elpinko took the wacky characters from "Parks and Recreation" out of Pawnee and put them into the fantastic world of "Baldur's Gate 3".
Park ranger Felicia Jimenez and Dr. Michael Saxon spoke about how bears fatten up for hibernation and celebrating "Fat Bear Week".
Tom BetGeorge his home with thousands of sound-responsive lights and set the whole thing to the System of a Down song "Toxicity".
Todd in the Shadows compiled an amusing supercut of songs with music videos that literally stop on the word "stop" in the song.
A TED-Ed lesson by Carly Anne York, PhD explains how the female African clawed frog was once used to detect pregnancy in humans.
A very playful golden retriever named Finn repeatedly drops his toys, particularly balls, into his human Lucy's tub as she's taking a bath.
The Nerdwriter looks at the 1537 portrait of Henry VIII, noting how large the King's codpiece was drawn despite his questionable virility.
Derek Cooper introduced the Moog synthesizer during a 1969 episode of the BBC science show "Tomorrow’s World".
A news clip from 1993 captures the varied reactions of Burger King customers being told that restaurant would be accepting credit cards.
The United States Postal Service released a beautiful commemorative "Forever" stamp that pays tribute to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.