Monday, October 24, 2016

CO2 levels mark 'new era' in the world's changing climate

2016 is likely to be the first year in recorded history in which levels of CO2 in the atmosphere remain above the symbolically important threshold of 400 parts per million.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Officer who responded to noise complaint was in for a stellar dance performance

Ya gotta have dance practice somewhere.

A police officer responding to a noise complaint at a Carrollton, Texas apartment complex last month stumbled upon something that wasn't complaint-worthy at all: a group of groomsmen practicing a dance to surprise a soon-to-be bride.

"When the officer first approached us, we were a little nervous, but we knew we were doing nothing wrong," groom David Opegbemi told ABC News.

So the group offered to show off what it'd been preparing - a very cute dance set to "My Girl."

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Saturday, October 8, 2016

Dog unitards are here, just in time for fall and not without controversy

Fall, a.k.a. turtleneck season, is finally here in terms of brisk temperatures. So why shouldn't Fido join in on the fun?

Thanks to Shed Defender, your pup can. The company specializes in dog unitards. Yes, dog unitards.

In addition to its new line being stylish, the company claims the unitards have a lot of practical benefits for your pet.

The dog unitards cover the pooch's neck, body and all four legs. They have a hole for the tail and come in a variety of colors and sizes.

As implied by its name, the Shed Defender's primary function is keeping your dog from leaving a trail of fur everywhere. Read more...

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Beyoncé invites Jay Z, Serena Williams onstage at last Formation tour stop

Was there ever any doubt that the last gig of Beyonce's Formation tour would be an affair to remember?

Bey brought out Serena Williams, Kendrick Lamar and husband Jay Z - basically, all the marquee Lemonade guests one could ever want - during the show at New Jersey's MetLife stadium. 

Williams danced onstage for "Sorry," the Lemonade track on which she makes a scene-stealing video appearance.

Lamar stepped in for an assist on "Freedom," also from Lemonade.

At the end of the show, Jay Z, whose widely rumored infidelity is generally considered the driving force behind Beyonce's latest album, joined Bey onstage for a "Drunk in Love" duet. (He was not present for any Becky-related portions of the performance.) Read more...

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