The Grand National in Liverpool, England, is a horse racing institution nearly 200 years in the making, full of pageantry, glitz, drama, and horses getting killed. That tradition continued this week, when the fortuitously named 33-to-1 shot Rule The World emerged triumphal in the featured race—“a fairy-tale result,” …
Lebron has been out of his element in his present situation, it’s safe to say, and sources say he needs to find a new home.
You’re probably spending all day watching streams of the NCAA Tournament, and that’s cool, but it can also get a little tense. I’m here to tell you to take a few breaks to de-stress with the peaceful, majestic livestream of a bald eagle nest in Washington D.C.
Raccoons are attracted to shiny objects, so it makes sense that this Tampa-area raccoon would choose to attend Yankees spring training. Maybe this is the same raccoon as the one who snuck in two years ago to watch the same team practice at the same field? Perhaps. I think, at this point, the evidence bears out that…
Mark Wahlberg, famous for such movies as Ted and Ted 2, is, it turns out, a real damn good golfer. Look at the curve on this bad boy.
Former NHL enforcer Zenon Konopka played parts of two seasons in Minnesota under coach Mike Yeo, and by all accounts they weren’t pleasant ones for either man. So take that into account when Konopka, with an assist from Hoppy Konopka, goes public with a call for Yeo’s ouster.
Look at this shit.
A swim meet in St. Petersburg, Fla., was briefly interrupted by a pelican that understandably thought a big pool of water was a good place for it to hang out.
Do you love the snow? Not as much as Tian Tian here you don’t.
Man, what are you doing? I understand that in a heist situation, speed is paramount, but the ‘ICY CHOCOLATE’ basket is right there. Why the shit would you choose an ‘ORANGE BAR’?
It’s been a rough adjustment for the Milwaukee Bucks’ Jabari Parker. Last year’s #2 pick tore his ACL early in his rookie season, and he’s still working on finding his stride. Every young player needs some time to get used to NBA life, and OnMilwaukee.com caught up with him and found out that a near century-old Amazon…
Brook and Robin Lopez are notoriously tight. They hosted an NBA blooper reel show for Disney this summer, once skipped out on Stanford practice together to head to Disneyland, and they are apparently writing partners who are working on a pilot or two. So you’d think that they would want to live together once Robin…
The bald eagle is one of the most majestic creatures to grace our Earth, a beautiful bird that humankind has come to interpret as a symbol of freedom and defiance. According to Defenders Of Wildlife, there are some 70,000 bald eagles left in North America, which is the happy ending to a remarkable recovery story that…
When we put this photo in our work chat room, Kyle asked if the chipmunks were dead.
Oh noooooooo my God
It’s not the first time rodents have disrupted a major event in New York.
Humans didn’t invent masturbation. We get the urge because our ancestors did too, even back to the earliest mammals and reptiles. It’s likely that as soon as animals evolved brain circuitry that made stimulating sexual organs rewarding, individuals started taking the opportunity to reward themselves.
If you are looking for the perfect pet, one that will give you endless hours of delight and a lifetime of love, keep looking. Cats are not those pets. But cats are okay, so lay off them, man.
You walk into a cat house and you know it right away: A crazy person lives here. No amount of vacuuming, air-freshening, laundering, or outright bleaching will banish the insidious juniper reek of feline; a cat house smells like a cat house, and for this we can be grateful, because it lets us know not to go there.
Via animal-video repository The Awl, here’s video of a snowboard guy and an avalanche and then a dumb, dumb hare dashes directly into the snowfall’s path. Be sure to watch the slow-motion beginning at 0:14—that little motherfucker runs on top of the churning snow before making one flailing leap for safety.