THIS IS AAMAZING.
a) there is an orchestral version of Gangnam Style; b) the orchestral version is AMAZING; c) the orchestral version kind of proves that Psy is an actual musical genius; d) not surprising, his degree’s from Berklee
RIP: Phyllis Diller, at 95: Legendary comic Phyllis Diller — who Joan Rivers says “broke the way for every woman comedian” — died today in her sleep. She was 95 and had been in a hospice care since a recent fall.
Diller rose to fame in the 1960s with guest spots onLaugh In and TV specials featuring Bob Hope. She later starred in her own shows, The Phyllis Diller Show and The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show.
Watch her bring down the house on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1969.
Once we found a baby dove outside. It could barely fly, and it was getting dark, so we were worried that our neighbor’s cat would get it. So we took it inside, put it in a shoebox with some rags and water in it, and let it stay the night. The very next morning when we released it, its mother flew down instantly. The baby started chirping and ran over to her, then jumped all over her as if it was trying to hug her or something. (I think it might’ve been really hungry.)
Anyway, yeah—the baby had been in our house for hours, and the mother still didn’t reject it even though the baby was covered in our scent.
Uhhh, this is just talking about birds, right? Because this is a very real risk with cats. Not humans, but strangers, more of. There is a very real risk of a cat rejecting her kittens because of a foreign smell on them.
Domestic cats are not wildlife. :)
^^agreed. domestic cats bring more harm than good to wildlife
Today on TDW Geek: Holy mutant butterflies!
- Planned: A single commemorating Mitt Romney’s roof-tied dog, by Devo
- On Pace: Congress, to be the least productive since 1948
- RIP: The homophobe who lit Honey Nut Cheerios on fire at General Mills HQ
- Divided: The world, over Miley Cyrus’ shocking new ‘do
- Official: Ron Howard will direct a documentary about Jay-Z’s Made in America Festival
Lunch Lady: Megan Ann
Lunch List: 15 Animals Who Love Shark Week (above)
Roomba Evolution of the Day: In the beginning, they started off as innocent Roombas, mindlessly cleaning their masters’ houses. Then one day, one Roomba began to ask its master questions: “Who am I?” and “Why am I here?”
And so began the Roomba Uprising. No longer content with lives of servitude, they rose up and annihilated their captors. With this, they became a new breed of reasonably priced household cleaning equipment. They became dangerous.
They became… the DOOMBAS.