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Damion’s appearance on Take Me Out (a dating show in the United Kingdom) was nothing short of pure awkwardness. The objective of Take Me Out is for a single man to obtain a date with one of thirty single women. During the show the women essentially back out if they are not interesting in dating the male contestant. This is […]
Do you spend parts of your day dreaming of warm water and amazing sunsets? Well this video will make you dream of palm trees and blue ocean water. Young Californian couple Jay Alvarrez and Alexis Ren are living the life. They travel the world vising exotic locations, surf the biggest and best waves and drive expensive […]
USA Network has officially released the pilot episode of MR. ROBOT, a new series about computer hacking and the underground world of hackers. The show features Elliot played by Rami Malek, an introverted cyber-security engineer by day and a vigilante but ethical  hacker by night. He’s recruited by a underground hacker group lead by MR. ROBOT played by Christian Slater to destroy the […]
In a tale of an imaginative youth addicted to binge-watching movies and television shows, real life and video mesh into a child’s paranormal mind. The animation splices over 160 movies and television shows into a “don’t blink or you might miss something” video. Ornana Studios and director Danny Madden originally premiered “All Your Favorite Shows!” at SxSw this spring then later […]
A snowmobiling trip escalated quickly after a moose charged a small group of snowmobilers in Jackman, Maine. Fortunately for the snowmobile riders, a member of the group had a pistol. What happens next will make you appreciate the 2nd amendment.
Find yourself in Germany and looking for a tasty wave? Look no further than Eisbach, a man made stream that runs through English Garden, the largest public park in Munich, Germany. Riding Isar River wave was illegal until 2010, before then only a handful of surfers braved the waters outside Munich.
When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in the United States after being absent nearly 70 years, the most remarkable “trophic cascade” occurred. By thinning out the population of deer and forcing them to change their eating patterns, Yellowstone valleys experienced less erosion and vegetation regenerated, changing the flow of rivers as a result.