A Remarkably Loving Blended Family That Consists of Eight Birds, One Hamster, and One Dog

Bob the Golden Retriever

Bob the Golden Retriever lives a very happy life with his blended family that includes two cockatiels, four parakeets, two mandarins, and one fuzzy hamster. They all appear to love one another, although the cockatiels tend to pick at each other from time to time.

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Bob and Friends

Bob and Cockatiel

Bob and Birds

Nap Time

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‘Bartkira’, A Version of the Classic Anime ‘AKIRA’ Featuring ‘The Simpsons’ Characters

Curator James Harvey and producer Kaitlin Sullivan created an animated trailer for a version of the classic anime AKIRA featuring The Simpsons characters under the “Bartkira” collaborative art project based on an original idea by Ryan Humphrey. The project consists mostly of several volumes of comics.

In the days of old, deep in the dredges of the “Do the Bartman” VHS, there was a trailer.

In partnership with Chicken Tonight, Butterfinger, and CC Lemon, the early 90s execs of Fox and Toho made an animated short. An attempt to appeal to American consumers without having to spend a lot of money. Until a changing of the guard decided the kids needed more Poochie and it was lost…until today.

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Handy Life Hacks Using Clothes Hangers

CrazyRussianHacker has a nice round-up of 10 handy life hacks you can do using clothes hangers.

Confused Black Lab Puppy Tries to Eat the Cold Air Coming at Him From the Car Air Conditioning Vents

A confused little black lab puppy tries to eat the cold air flowing from the car air conditioning vents that his human, YouTube user jones948, introduced to him for the first time ever.

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Twiggy the Water-Skiing Squirrel at X Games Austin

GoPro video of Twiggy the Water-Skiing Squirrel at X Games Austin 2015.

Gorgeous Hulking Sculptures Created From Scrap Wood and Other Discarded Construction Materials

Olav the Wolf
Olav the Wolf

Danish artist Thomas Dambo, creates gorgeous, hulking and humorous sculptures that are all made from reclaimed scrap wood and other discarded construction materials. The sculptures can be found in such cities as Copenhagen, Mors, Aarhus, and Horsens in Denmark and Culebra Es Ley in Puerto Rico.

Thomas and his team have made many different sculptures from recycled materials/trash. They have specialized in making wooden sculptures from scrapwood, such as Hector Protector and Troels The Troll but they also have great experience with making sculptures from other materials such as plastic, and even cardboard.

Olav the Wolf at Night
Olav the Wolf

Troels the Troll
Troels the Troll

Troels the Troll Side
Troels the Troll

Hector El Protector
Hector El Protector

Ben Chiller
Ben Chiller


Mr Jack Lumber
Mr Jack Lumber

images via Thomas Dambo

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Crowd of Albert Einstein Lookalikes Attempt to Break a World Record at a Charity Event in Los Angeles

A crowd of Albert Einstein lookalikes gathered to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for “Largest gathering of people dressed as Albert Einstein” at a charity event in Los Angeles to benefit School on Wheels, an organization that helps provide education to homeless children.

Although the group did not release an official count, they do claim to have beaten the previous record of 319 Einstein lookalikes set by students at the Black Pine Circle School earlier this year.

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A Video Game-Themed Animated Tutorial on How to Use a Semicolon

Science writer Emma Bryce explains how to use a semicolon in a new TED-Ed lesson animated in the style of a video game by Karrot Entertainment.

It may seem like the semicolon is struggling with an identity crisis. It looks like a comma crossed with a period. Maybe that’s why we toss these punctuation marks around like grammatical confetti; we’re confused about how to use them properly.

A Mind-Bending Inceptionist Video Rendered by an Artificial Neural Network

Artist Memo Akten has created a mind-bending inceptionist video rendered by an artificial neural network. Akten begins with a clip of himself, which the artificial brain then tries to interpret using its database of millions of images.

Google recently released a gallery of still inceptionist images created with the same process, but the added video element makes the effect of the neural network particularly entrancing.

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