• Puppy messes up when greeting cat.Puppy messes up when greeting cat.
    Introducing new pets to one another is rarely easy, and that’s certainly true for this cute pup who meets the family’s cat for the first time.

    The new addition to the family is Thor, the puppy, and it’s his first encounter with Simba, the orange tabby cat. The video was uploaded by a user on Reddit a day ago and already there’s been a host of comments about the best part of the video: the move Thor pulls on Simba at the very end.

    At first, everything seems normal. Thor is over-excited and wagging his tail about the cat. He approaches Simba a few times to sniff him before running away in the opposite direction.

    Simba, on the other hand, looks like he couldn’t care less about Thor and wanders off, doing his own thing. It looks like he’d rather be left alone. But let’s give credit to the cat, who may have already gone through a similar introduction before with the other dog in the video.

    Just as Simba puts his head in the carrier cage, Thor comes along and pushes him a little further

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  • A three month old lamb pees on a BBC reporter's fancy shoes.A three month old lamb pees on a BBC reporter's fancy shoes.

    It was an ordinary work day for BBC News reporter Conor Macauley, the BBC’s agriculture and environment correspondent.  On this particular day, Macauley was covering a lighter story about an adorable adopted pet lamb named ‘Button’, who is only three months old.

    The Daily What reports that Button was recently adopted by a couple living in Moira, in Northern Ireland, after she was abandoned by her mother.

    You would think that Button would be a little bit more appreciative of getting a big introduction on a well known news network. Instead, Button soiled her TV debut by peeing all over Macauley’s fancy shoes.

    As a professional journalist, Macauley does well to keep his cool. His cameraman can be heard laughing in the background, which eventually leads Macauley to find some humour in the situation. Although he does manage to remain calm, he cracks a small smile.

    Hopefully the rest of Macauley’s week went better then this!


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  • Stephen Colbert interviews Eminem on Only in Monroe

    It’s hard to believe the video is even real

    (YouTube/The Late Show with Stephen Colbert)(YouTube/The Late Show with Stephen Colbert)

    A local public access TV show with no studio audience and broadcasting to around 20,000 people got a major guest on their show recently. At first it’s hard to believe the video is even real.

    Future CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert temporarily filled in as a host on Michigan’s Only in Monroe and interviewed rapper Eminem in an episode that aired on Wednesday.

    The full show is over 40 minutes long and was posted on YouTube by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert account. Colbert first interviews the actual hosts of the show and even has his own news report segment, pausing for laughter after he jokes to an empty studio.

    Skipping 20 minutes into the video, Colbert introduces his next guest: “A local Michigander who is making a name for himself in the competitive world of music,” also known as Marshall Mathers.

    Eminem takes a seat across from Colbert for an interview.

    Things start off awkwardly with some Bob Seger tunes. Colbert quizzes the rapper on the songs and hums a few other ones

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  • <span style=font-family: lusitana,Georgia; font-variant: normal; font-weight: normal; letter-spacing: normal; line-height: normal; text-align: start; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; white-space: normal; widows: 1; word-spacing: 0px; font-size: 12px; color: #333333;><a style=color: black; href=http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=35145507&category=W_ACC_HAIRACCESSORIES>Example of high-priced items: Maya’s Marble Ponytail Holder</a><span class=Apple-converted-space> </span>from Urban Outfitters.</span><span style=color: #000000; font-family: lusitana, Georgia; font-size: 17.6000003814697px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: normal; letter-spacing: normal; line-height: normal; orphans: auto; text-align: start; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; white-space: normal; widows: 1; word-spacing: 0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; display: inline !important; float: none;><span class=Apple-converted-space> <br /></span></span>

    Urban Outfitters may be the go-to store for any college-aged hipster. The American retailer, however, often finds itself in controversial, not-so-hip situations.  

    The latest? The Philadelphia-based company has inspired a slew of Twitter and Instagram posts poking fun at its often-inflated prices, with the hashtag #UrbanOutfittersBeLike. When one Twitter user posted a photo of Maya’s Marble Ponytail Holder, questioning the $8.00 price tag, the Internet quickly caught on, with posts mocking the company’s tendency to overprice normally-cheap items.

    According to to the social analytics site Topsy, here have been over 100,000 uses of the hashtag since June 25.

    The retailer is no stranger to controversy.  Earlier this year,

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  • Dog hilariously lets his dislike of his brother be known

    Hell hath no fury like a dog scorned

    (Imgur/BobCatsHotPants)(Imgur/BobCatsHotPants)

    Hell hath no fury like a dog scorned.

    If there’s anything that we’ve learned through a dog/human friendship, it’s that dogs have a different code of conduct than us humans.  

    From an early age we’re told to play nice and to be the “bigger person” in the face of someone we don’t like, but dogs have made no such promise.

    Meet Walter: a Boston terrier that’s not afraid to show how he really feels.

    In this series of photos taken by Walter’s owner, Steven Yasgar, you can pinpoint the exact moment Walter’s sunny demeanor hilariously falls.

    In the first photo Walter looks happy as can be, being able to spend what seems like some much-needed one-on-one time with his owner.

    But when his younger brother Max comes to join the party, Walter’s less than amused.  

    (Imgur/BobCatsHotPants)(Imgur/BobCatsHotPants)

    Max skips happily towards the two, while Walter delivers one of the most powerful side-eyes in history.

    Sometimes you can’t hide how you feel… especially in today’s day and age where someone’s always there to take a picture.

    Yasgar told

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  • Homeless man&#39;s breath-taking piano show stuns passersbyHomeless man's breath-taking piano show stuns passersby

    A homeless man from Florida has wowed the Internet with his powerful and moving piano skills.

    Donald Gould, a homeless man in Sarasota, was caught playing a beautiful cover of Styx’s “Come Sail Away” on a public piano in the city, where he dazzled a small audience.

    The delicate performance was then uploaded to Facebook, and has since been viewed more than 4.5 million times, and has racked up over 150,000 shares.

    “I was thinking I could just put my hat on the piano and make a couple dollars and get tips,” Gould told WWSB. “I didn’t expect it to jump out to this.”

    Gould, known to the locals as “Boone,” treats passers-by on the streets of Sarasota to a five song set-list that he learned as a child, WWSB reports.

    “I might not do the whole song complete as it was on the record originally, but I [know] enough to touch people out here – ‘cause I’ve touched a lot of people, apparently,” he said.

    Gould’s musical journey began with a clarinet he used to play as a child, and later, the U.S.

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  • Adidas creates shoe made from recycled ocean trash and illegal fishing nets

    Sports apparel company partners with Parley for the Oceans environmental organization

    Pretty stylish for a shoe made of recycled ocean garbage and fishing nets (Photo: Adidas)Pretty stylish for a shoe made of recycled ocean garbage and fishing nets (Photo: Adidas)

    As eco-friendly products become more and more popular, companies such as Adidas are coming up with clever ways to hop on the trend while still being true to the cause. 

    And with one of its latest products, the German apparel company has created aomething we’ve never seen before: a shoe made entirely of recycled ocean trash and illegal fishing nets. 

    On Monday, the company announced its new partnership with Parley for the Oceans, an organization that aims to raise awareness about the ocean’s pollution and climate change. Together they’ve made this new concept shoe.

    “We are extremely proud that Adidas is joining us in this mission and is putting its creative force behind this partnership to show that it is possible to turn ocean plastic into something cool,” Parley founder Cyrill Gutsch said in the news release.

    But creating this new eco-friendly sneaker sure wasn’t easy.

    According to their Facebook page, Parley’s partner Sea Shepherd took a 110-day expedition to retrieve nets from

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  • <a href=http://zizka.ca>Paul Zizka</a> is a Canadian photographer who is known for capturing breathtaking Canadian landscapes. 

    As Canadians, we are typically very proud of our country.  We are proud of our heritage, our freedom, and even the cheesy Canadian cliches that set us apart from our neighbours to the south.

    This past Canada Day, Banff Lake Louise Tourism tweeted a photo from it’s @Banff_squirrel account that truly captured the essence of what it means to be a Canadian.

    The photo was taken by Paul Zizka, a Canadian photographer who is known for capturing breathtaking Canadian landscapes.  The picture features everything from a lumberjack chopping wood in flannel; maple syrup; a girl holding a Tim Hortons coffee, while wearing a hockey jersey, sitting on a Hudson’s Bay blanket. There is even a Canadian Mountie paddling in a canoe, with a beaver watching in the distance.

    However before this new photo was released, there was another

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  • A KTVU news crew that was reporting on a homicide were robbed at gunpoint. (Twitter/@4cast4you)A KTVU news crew that was reporting on a homicide were robbed at gunpoint. (Twitter/@4cast4you)

    What happens when those who cover the news become the news?

    A KTVU news crew that was reporting on a homicide at San Francisco’s Pier 14  were confronted by that scenario yesterday.

    At 6:03 a.m. PST, robbers held the news crew at gunpoint, stole camera equipment and even pistol-whipped the camera operator. All this took place during a live "hit."

    In the studio, KTVU anchor Brian Flores was preparing to go live to reporter Cara Liu, as usual, when suddenly she appeared startled and said, “Hold on, hold on, wait,” before disappearing off screen, SFGate reports.

    Her colleagues Kris Sanchez and camera operator Alan Waples were being robbed at gunpoint.

    As Waples was adjusting Sanchez’s lighting, one of the three men who took part in the attack came up behind him and put a gun to his head.

    “Don’t shoot! Don’t shoot!” Sanchez pleaded.

    Waples, who recalled later that he was waiting to “hear a click” from the gun, tried to reason with the robbers by telling them to “take the camera!”

    The man

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  • Woman stranded in California woods for three days gives birth, starts a forest fire

    “I was looking at Marisa and was like, ‘I think mommy just started a forest fire.’”

    Amber Pangborn delivered her own daughter in the back seat of her car. (Photo: CBS)Amber Pangborn delivered her own daughter in the back seat of her car. (Photo: CBS)

    This is an incredible story about survival, new life, and the worst case of bad timing that you could possibly imagine. 

    Amber Pangborn of Oroville, California, was driving to her parents house when she decided to take a short cut to save time. She would up getting lost and promptly ran out of gas while driving through a forest. 

    Just a little detour, no big deal, right?

    But Pangborn was also nine and a half months pregnant, and you can probably guess what happened next. Pangborn was forced to give birth to her daughter, Marisa, in her car, on her own, in the middle of nowhere. 

    But wait, it gets worse.

    Shortly after giving birth to a healthy baby girl, swarms of bees and mosquitos came to attack the pair, the LA Times reports.  

    Pangborn told KCRA TV, “I thought we were going to die…And there was no cell service, there was no, there was nothing…I tried to not get them to sting her.” Pangborn also said that the bees were after the placenta and that she was stung a number of times

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