When he was eight years old, this son promised his dad a ’57 Chevy on his fifty-seventh birthday. Many years later, after a few months of working overtime in the factory, the kid made good and bought his dad the truck.
Here’s some incredible video of a supercell slowly taking shape in Newcastle, Wyoming.
The surveillance footage above might just turn you into a cat person. Watch as this heroic cat literally tackles a dog while the dog viciously attacks a toddler.
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Meskel Square. The nerve center of Addis Ababa, is often the site chosen by the Ethiopians for festivals and celebrations but also is a chaotic crossroads thousand vehicles cross daily.
Science World is a not-for-profit organization dedicated spreading the wonder of science for kids and adults alike.
In collaboration with their long-term advertising agency partners Rethink, Science World are well known in Canada for their award-winning outdoor and ambient media campaigns. From billboards and bus shelters to product placements, Science World campaigns are popular in Vancouver for their quirky content and unusual presentation.
Strange as it may sound today, North Korean ads such as this were relatively common in major Western newspapers from 1969 to as late as 1997. In an attempt to impress the West during the Cold War (and beyond), the North Korean government placed full-page ads in The Guardian, The New York Times, The Irish Times, The London Times, The London Evening Standard, The Sun, The Boston Globe and The Washington Post touting the exploits of Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il, the Juche ideology and the reunification of Korea.
– via sentencingproject.org