‘Charlie Bit My Finger,’ the little-home-video-that-could, has racked up more than 366 million views on YouTube since going viral in 2007. Four years later, the clip has been purchased by baby food giant Gerber to help promote the company’s new line of finger foods (how appropriate!).
Thousands of people were gathered at an outdoor stage at the Indiana State Fair on Saturday night when high winds from a storm caused the stage rigging to collapse, killing five and injuring at least 40 others, multiple outlets report.
Casey Anthony’s defense attorney, Jose Baez, who already has his eye on a gig as a TV legal analyst, reportedly met with a literary agent from Inkwell Management last week in the hopes of also landing a book deal.
The agent, Richard Pine, already represents authors such as Arianna Huffington and James Patterson.
For decades, photo manipulation software has been whittling the waists and thinning the thighs of celebrities and models, and the AMA says it’s caused unrealistic and unhealthy body image issues — especially among children and adolescents.
Cats are widely known for their hatred of water — in fact, the most trusty tool for kitty discipline is often a simple squirt-bottle. So it’s not every day you see one willingly taking a swim.
After a cat named Mog was hit by a car and suffered nerve damage in his front legs, his veterinarian suggested swimming therapy. After a little initial reluctance, Mog took to the regimen like … well, like something other than a cat to water.
With all the talk of how broke the US government is, you might be surprised to learn there’s over a billion one-dollar coins sitting unused in Federal Reserve vaults. And the US Mint is still cranking them out.
YouTube A bill has passed in Nevada that makes it legal for Google’s fleet of driverless cars to take to the state’s roads.
The hope is that in the future, these automated cars could avoid the crashes currently caused by distracted driving. Several companies are already hard at work creating the technology necessary to make it happen.
In a small, paparazzi-free ceremony last Wednesday, Daniel Craig and actress Rachel Weisz tied the knot. The low-key nuptials in New York State had just four people in attendance: Craig’s daughter, Ella, 18, Weisz’s son, Henry, 4, and two friends who acted as witnesses.
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