He is a failed guide dog, failed for being too friendly (legit) But he now is a disability support dog and my newest best friend. Every day he enjoys a carrot because he is a very "good boy"
this man outside Roy Moore's rally in Alabama
Truer words have never been spoken
Bringing a kids imagination to life
This is Doug Jones, a man who is running for Alabama Senate. He is running against a man who was kicked off the Alabama supreme court for disregarding the constitution and who molested little girls. Let's show him our support.
Polite road rage
512 year old Greenland shark is the worlds oldest vertebrate
Just a reminder that if you live in Alabama, GET OUT THERE AND VOTE TODAY. The rest of the country is counting on you to stop Moore! You can do it!
Happy special Election Day!
AdBlock is real in Russia
Nintendo Switch sells 10 million units worldwide in 9 months!
SQL Clause
Kim jong un’s brutal regime in north korea is worse than nazi concentration camps, human rights leader says
Staples to the head never looked so good.
My therapist told me that a great way to let go of your anger is to write letters to people you hate and then burn them...
In Watchmen, during the diner scene, you can hear a background actress say "I'm really glad I ordered the four-legged chicken!" This is in reference to a panel from the original comic in which a waiter is carrying a four-legged chicken.
PepsiCo makes biggest public pre-order of Tesla Semis: 100 trucks
he died a little bit for our sins • xpost r/tumblr
The tallest (Cornelius Bruns), shortest and fattest (Cannon Colossus) man of Europe playing a game of cards, 1913
Thanks to you, #NintendoSwitch has sold 10 million units worldwide in 9 months! Here’s to an amazing 2018!
Reddit is OK most of the time, but sometimes...
Not the hero Gotham deserves
go get them big boy
LTC $300 on GDAX
A Burnout attempt in front of a store. WCGW
Baby elephant with an itchy trunk
I think I have to update my iOS...
These GUSHY posts and i'm offended!
Boy, 8, collects more than 1,000 toys for children of Puerto Rico.
EU refused to follow the US move in recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
If Trump fires Mueller, the response needs to be immediate. is planning emergency "Nobody is above the Law" protests, which will happen within hours of a Mueller firing. Please join your local rapid response team.
Today r/Futurology is going to #BreakTheInternet to save net neutrality
MRW I introduced my family to GoT and they keep talking about how much they like the "Main Character" Ned Stark
Why consumers should worry about Disney purchasing Fox's entertainment assets
Cockroaches change their gait at mid-speed, a behavior previously only observed in fast mammals. This change in gait is similar to the way horses change from trot to gallop. The discovery could help engineers train robots to walk more stably and efficiently.
An Analysis of Net Neutrality Activism on Reddit
Grammar Nazi at it's worst
The movie "This Is Spinal Tap (1984)" has a rating of 8/11 on IMDb
My father-in-law built this barn in the late 1970's near Duluth, MN. He primarily used wood reclaimed from another barn, originally built in the early 1900's near Superior, WI. They are approaching retirement and no longer raise livestock. This beauty has sat mostly disused for the past 10 years.
12469 TooShiftyForYou The orangutan looks like he's genuinely getting a kick out of this.
2889 danthrman It’s awesome seeing the kid get so happy, a memory that will last a lifetime
3380 KThingy I know this probably won't be seen, but I want to share this because I think it fits, and it's another example of what amazing creatures orangutans are. When I was just a little guy (4 or 5 maybe) my grandma took me to an animal park called Marine World Africa USA. It was kind of a Sea World place with killer whales, seals, parrots, and tons of other animals that would perform shows, or just chill in their exhibits. Sometimes they would do things like walk porcupines through the park, or let the orangutans play on a big, beefy wooden swing set. I was standing near the swing set, watching the orangutans play, when one of them accidently hit his head while swinging on a rope. Little me thought this was the height of comedy, and began laughing uncontrollably. The orangutan heard this, and immediately swiveled its head towards me and stared intently for a moment. It reached its arm out and pushed off the swing set, creating enough momentum to start swinging again, and bonk his head for the second time. He then immediately turned to me to watch my reaction. As it wasn't an less funny the second time, I started laughing again. This happened over, and over. When I stopped laughing, he'd push off the swing set and bonk his head again, then watch my reaction. It was the first time I can remember feeling a real connection to an animal, and it was an incredibly powerful one. This beautiful, powerful, intelligent animal, enjoying the amusement of a child of a different species. Almost 20 years later, I still consider this a seminal moment in my childhood, and because of those few moments these amazing apes have always held a big spot in my heart.
11508 brijjen It took me longer than i'd like to admit to realize that this is an upside down orangutan, and not an absolutely ginormous giraffe head resting on a ledge
819 Alderaan_Moves "The Librarian was not familiar with love, which had always struck him as a bit ethereal and soppy, but kindness, on the other hand, was practical. You knew where you were with kindness..." - Terry Pratchett