I wish I loved something as much as this guy loves cotton candy.
Apparently tumblr still can’t figure out gifs… Click the source link below to view.
Censored AT&T Commercial
These are getting serious…
‘Man of Steel - Man of Ages’
Superman costumes through the years…
I like ‘True Brit’ superman.
“Peace, Justice, and the British Way”
‘World’s Heaviest Metal Band’
This is completely improbably… None of them have opposable thumbs.
This might be the saddest koala photo ever…
This puzzled koala was discovered sitting on a pile of shredded bark and sawdust - a place it once inhabited - after forestry workers felled trees in NSW’s Vittoria State Forest, halfway between Bathurst and Orange in the state’s west.
“Koalas would have been moved out of their homes in preparation for planned logging activities,” WIRES NSW general manager Leanne Taylor said.
“It is common for koalas to roam back to their home range afterwards and become confused to find nothing there.
“A worker noticed a koala had been sitting stationary in broad daylight on top of wood piles for over an hour.”
Ms Taylor said the male koala was taken to a local vet and later released near an established koala colony. (source)
Time to cut back?
Most of us are on the Internet on a daily basis and whether we like it or not, the Internet is affecting us. It changes how we think, how we work, and it even changes our brains.
We interviewed Nicholas Carr, the author of, “The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains,” about how the Internet is influencing us, our creativity, our thought processes, our ideas, and how we think.
‘Science-Based 7 Minute Exercise’
I can spare 7-minutes…
We know, we know. We should exercise more. But who has the time to go to the gym?
American College of Sports Medicine’s Health & Fitness journal just squashed that excuse with this: a set of 12 exercises with only body weight, a chair and a wall that takes only 7 minutes of your life. (Neatorama)
Does this explain the low ranking of US students compared to other industrialized countries?
Follow up interview with Jeff Bliss.
A YouTube video of a Duncanville High School student giving his history teacher a lesson has gone viral, and has his district talking.
“If you would just get up and teach us instead of handing ‘em a packet yo, there’s kids in here that don’t learn like that… they need to learn face-to-face,” said student Jeff Bliss on the 84-second video clip recorded by a classmate. “You want kids to come to class? You want them to get excited? You gotta come in here, you gotta make ‘em excited, to change him and make him better, you gotta touch his freakin’ heart. You can’t expect a kid to change if all you do is just tell him.”
Jeff Bliss critiques his teacher’s lack of engagement.