I never thought a dog could be a better dancer than me, but then I saw this video of a Bichon Frise grooving to its favorite Chinese disco song. Now, I knew my dance moves are sub par in comparison. Watch as the adorably fluffy dog shuffles side to side while “You Are My Flower” by Wu Bai & China Blu plays in the background. The most amazing part is, the dog actually keeps a beat pretty good. (Source: YouTube) There you have it folk. Disco is not dead, it’s just gone to the dogs. Read more: http://viralnova.com/dancing-bichon/
Tom Hiddleston has landed the lead role in the King Kong prequel #SkullIsland, set for release November 4, 2016! — MovieTickets.com (@MovieTickets) September 17, 2014 Because, why not? Loki himself, @twhiddleston, will star in the King Kong origin film Skull Island. http://t.co/xKEwna31Mu pic.twitter.com/T4uIDqklPo — IGN (@IGN) September 16, 2014 Fans are happy, though: Huh. Intrigued by the idea of a Skull Island movie. Ancient tribes, dinosaurs, killer bugs, MAYBE a giant gorilla? Hhmmmmmmm — Chris Burnham (@TheBurnham) September 17, 2014 So #SkullIsland is a #KingKong prequel? Awesome!!! I've always wanted to know how a young Skull Island farmboy became a giant [More]
On Labor Day, YouTube magician and all-around nice guy, Stuart Edge, teamed up with a few friends to perform a street show in Salt Lake City. But their plan wasn’t to just sing and play music to put a few smiles on random passers-by faces. No, they had something much bigger in mind. After searching for a total stranger to join their band, they found a man down on his luck. The band invited him to play along with them, promising him that he could keep half their tips. He agreed, even saying he needed it since he had felt so depressed [More]
BREAKING: Suspected terrorist arrested for alleged plot to attack Federal Reserve in NYC. (via @nbcnewyork) — CNBC (@CNBC) October 17, 2012 The FBI has apparently foiled a plot to blow up the Federal Reserve Bank in Lower Manhattan. This morning, a 21-year-old suspect, Quazi Mohammed Nafis, was taken into custody by federal agents. An undercover FBI agent initially made contact with Nafis, a Bangladeshi student here on a visa, this past July. Nafis claimed allegiance to al Qaeda and told the agent that he was inspired by Osama bin Laden to target a U.S. economic stronghold and was willing to [More]
The world would be a much better place if everyone treated each other like these kids do in the video below. After being absent for a week from school with a stomach virus, Tyler returned to class to get the most amazing reception from his fellow classmates. After Tyler walks into the classroom, the kids all join in shouting, “Tyler! Tyler!” and one adorable little girl even rushes up to him and gives him the biggest hug. The video was filmed by comedian and proud father Shawn Harris, who was delighted with what he saw from the children, writing on [More]
You might think you know everything about your health but, trust me, you don’t. From shockingly simple inventions to super easy directions, these 10 simple ideas have saved millions of lives. Don’t you think you should learn about them too? 1. Finland’s infant mortality rate spiked in the early 1940’s. To tackle the problem, the government started giving all expectant mothers a box containing a selection of useful items. These included clothes, bedding, grooming products, and other newborn essentials. It worked wonders.  2. Inside Japan there is a suicide spot so infamous that it has a name: Aokigahara. A popular [More]
Well that was awkward #GayRussians — Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) August 9, 2013 In one of the more disjointed and scattered press conferences in recent memory, President Obama took a moment to speak about gay rights in Russia after having been asked a question about that subject by nobody in particular: Not asked about gay athletes, Obama speaks about gay athletes. — Guy Benson (@guypbenson) August 9, 2013 Obama, segueing from a question about Edward Snowden’s temporary asylum in Russia, the cancelled summit with Putin and the general failure of the “reset button” to improve U.S./Russian relations, started talking about gay [More]
.@CNN today: @jaketapper covered the story. @ac360 covered it. @erinburnett asked @donnabrazile if it's okay to not cover the story. — DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) April 13, 2013 If you’d like to argue that the pro-abortion Left hasn’t twisted itself into a pretzel over coverage of the Kermit Gosnell murder trial, try untangling this mess first. Following a huge push by conservatives on social media, CNN (and several other news networks) at last covered the trial that arose from Gosnell’s abortion “house of horrors.” Erin Burnett’s guest tonight, Donna Brazile, opined that both the Left and Right have allowed the grisly story [More]
Family band's "Santorum Girls" video going viral – old-school style: http://t.co/lHJHPdsz — Yahoo! Ticket (@YahooTicket) March 8, 2012 Video from YouTube. Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/03/09/santorum-girls-video-goes-viral/
Pfeiffer now saying that people can keep their insurance "if it hasn’t been changed or canceled." These people really have no shame. — Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) November 3, 2013 Obama adviser Dan Pfeiffer went on “This Week” to tell America that if you like your health insurance you can keep it … but only if it is hasn’t been changed, downgraded, or canceled. If. Transcript: Let’s talk about [President Obama’s] promise for a second. If the president didn’t intend to keep this promise why would he have gone out of his way to put a provision in the law [that] [More]