This Cute Little French Bulldog Is Terrified Of His Ball

Ask any kid or little dog and they'll tell you- toys can be super scary, especially when they make noise when you're not expecting it, pop up or come rolling after you like a giant boulder.

The little French Bulldog in this video had such a hysterical reaction to a rubber ball bouncing after him he earned himself a nickname- Indiana Jones Dog. It must suck to be that tiny...

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Don’t Think Too Positive

Positive thinking has been regarded as a motivator for decades. While general optimism may be a good life strategy, research has shown that when positive fantasies are connected with specific goals, the outcomes are often not good.  

My colleagues and I performed such studies with participants in a number of demographic groups, in different countries, and with a range of personal wishes, including health goals, academic and professional goals, and relationship goals. Consistently, we found a correlation between positive fantasies and poor performance. The more that people ‘think positive’ and imagine themselves achieving their goals, the less they actually achieve.

Positive thinking impedes performance because it relaxes us and drains the energy we need to take action. After having participants in one study positively fantasise about the future for as little as a few minutes, we observed declines in systolic blood pressure, a standard measure of a person’s energy level. These declines were significant: whereas smoking a cigarette will typically raise a person’s blood pressure by five or 10 points, engaging in positive fantasies lowers it by about half as much.

Such relaxation occurs because positive fantasies fool our minds into thinking that we’ve already achieved our goals – what psychologists call ‘mental attainment’. We achieve our goals virtually and thus feel less need to take action in the real world. As a result, we don’t do what it takes to actually succeed in achieving our goals. In multiple experiments, we found that people who positively fantasise about the future don’t, in fact, work as hard as those with more negative, questioning or factual thoughts, and this leaves them to struggle with poorer performance.

Further research found that cases of depression correlated with positive fantasies and poor outcomes. So, while fantasizing about successfully attaining our goals may provide great feedback in the short term, it's the actual real-world results that matter. Read about the research by psychology professor Gabriele Oettingen at Aeon. -via Digg

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The Sucker Way

When you work your tail off all day just to put food on your table you come to realize something- only a sucker works harder instead of smarter, because your job isn't paying you enough to become a worker drone.

So instead of slaving away like a sucker follow the advice presented in this Port Sherry comic and make it rain with less pain!

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A White Koala

Among several koala babies who are starting to emerge from their mothers' pouches at the Australia Zoo in Queensland is one that stands out among the crowd. She's got white fur! She's not an albino, but just has rare white fur due to a recessive gene. While it's possible that her hair may turn darker as she matures, that white fur would be dangerous for animals in the wild, because it will stand out to predators searching for a meal.

The Australia Zoo and Tourism Australia are soliciting suggestions for the white joey's name on Facebook. Many of the comments are names that reference how unique or white she is. See more pictures of the yet-unnamed joey at Mashable.

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Tentacles Have Never Looked So Tasty

Have you ever wanted to taste a monster from the deep but worried it would be a little hard to catch and too salty and tough to enjoy? Then you'll want to head to Auckland, New Zealand, where you can get your hands on this colossal squid cone loaded with 3D printed cripsy cones and rich chocolate goodness from Giapo ice cream shop. The crazy creations are so popular that people often wait hours to get their hands on these tentacle treats. 

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Jumpy Eggs and Drunk Bats

The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research, now in all-pdf form. Get a subscription now for only $25 a year!

compiled by Dirk Manley, Improbable Research staff

Chinese Jumpy About Eggs
“Egg Phobia in Retirement Homes: Health Risk Perceptions Among Elderly Chinese,” C.Y. Lew-Ting, Culture Medicine and Psychiatry, March 1997, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 27–51. The author, who is at National Taiwan University, reports that:

Cholesterol has become a commonly-discussed issue in the daily lives of the 203 residents interviewed, and many of them were found to be preoccupied with the risk involved in excess consumption (especially of egg yolks).

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Ribbons

Do you need a minute to de-stress? In the interactive web toy Ribbons, you are thrown into a sea of wavy ribbons lined up in rainbow colors. You can swim among them, or if you stay still for a minute, you can enjoy their waves moving over you. Cosmic. -via Boing Boing


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If Student Loan Providers Were Honest

A student just out of high school has plenty of decisions to make, like what to do with their lives, whether to go to college, which college to attend, and what to major in. Many of those decisions will be changed over time. But when you've borrowed money, you have a debt no matter what you eventually decide to do with your life.

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The latest in Cracked's Honest Ad series looks at those friendly student loan providers who help you breeze through the decision of how to pay for college. You'll learn a few things that go on behind the scenes. What to do about the situation? The video doesn't say anything about that.


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Video Game Characters - They're Made Of More Than Mere Pixels


Video Game Characters by Tobe Fonseca

Video games are full of all sorts of strange characters we can become for a while as we play, and the stranger the character the more interesting their storyline. For instance, if you were to play a game as Red Puncha you would become the boxing champ of the feline world, fighting to feed your family and get your drug addicted brother Shanky off the streets. A Boring Human working for the crime lord Pandamic would come to you and insist you throw the fight, and if you didn't they'd send Good Hitboy the dog after you to finish you off. Good thing you're friends with a Navy Seal!

Life is a strange and interesting game when you're wearing this Video Game Characters t-shirt by Tobe Fonseca, but as amazing as this shirt is it doesn't give you any extra lives so stay safe out there!

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Shot of a Lifetime

Shot of a lifetime. #solareclipse #2017 #Nikon #makeshift #solar #filter

A post shared by Kirsten Jorgensen (@cursetenj) on Aug 21, 2017 at 11:12am PDT

Kirsten Jorgensen almost didn't get this shot. She was getting ready to leave after taking pictures of the solar eclipse in Lewiston, Idaho, and then a plane approached. It was probably American Airlines flight 9661, as later research indicated. She tells about the moment it happened:

I was about to pack my stuff up and go back inside, but I had my camera set up and in the direction of the sun when I was taking pictures. All of the pictures were ending up looking like the moon pretty much so I gave up. Then I saw the plane fly over and ran over to take a photo. It caught me off guard!

The result is beautiful, and you might see it in many places over the next few days. Or years. -via reddit 

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An Architecturally Baffling Indiana Mansion

An 11-bedroom mansion in Indianapolis is on the market with an asking price of $1.75 million. It's more than just a posh house, as the A.V. Club describes.

Selling for $1.75 million, the house was apparently owned by an “eccentric millionaire” who must’ve taken notes from Sarah Winchester. As the listing’s copious photos show, the house isn’t garish so much as it is confusing, looking as if a mansion, a dentist’s office, and a cobblestone road were smooshed together by the grubby, Cheetos-dusted hands of some adolescent giant.

The house has mismatched stoneware all over the place, even in the bedrooms. There's plenty of statuary, gingerbread, windows in all shapes and sizes, and kitsch. It all looks very expensive (if not tasteful), but confusing is a better word. And that's without the weird furniture staging.

 
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Explaining the Solar Eclipse

Did you see the eclipse today? It was 97% where I was. Watching the sun turn into a crescent, and then seeing that crescent flip around, was really weird. Some places actually went dark for a couple of minutes. Zach King (previously at Neatorama) explains what causes a solar eclipse.

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Things should return to normal now that the job is done. -via reddit


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A Human-Like Robot

Humans are so worried about being replaced by robots they often overlook the good parts of artificial intelligence, the human-like parts that don't involve stealing jobs or killing all humans.

Because, as this Safely Endangered comic shows, robots who think more like humans end up acting more like humans, and the day they discover they never have to leave their house again is the day they cease to be a threat.

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Iconic Plague Images Are Often Not What They Seem

NPR illustrated an article about the plague with a medieval image. A historian pointed out that the picture was actually depicting victims of leprosy. So they replaced the image. Well, the second image was about the biblical curse of skin boils. It turns out that a lot of what we thought was art about the plague is just wrong. Most real plague victims were not covered in spots or sores as we've come to think. What a real plague victim looked like was worse, but not as easily conveyed in a painting.    

First off, there were a lot fewer spots involved. People in the mislabeled images tend to be covered from head to toe in red lesions. Some patients probably did get petechial hemorrhaging — pinpoint dark spots of blood under the skin. But today, as in the past, plague victims would only have had one bump on their bodies — a big swollen lymph node called a "bubo" close to where they were bitten by a flea carrying the infection.

This is not to say they looked good. They were probably sweating and shivering with fevers, and they supposedly smelled terrible, says Jones, "because their bodies were breaking down from the inside." But those aren't characteristics that would stand out in an illustration.

The Black Death swept through Europe between 1347 and 1353, but artists weren't keen on sitting down to paint them. Read about the lack of plague victim images and how we got the wrong idea about the disease at NPR. -via Digg

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Hip Smirnoff Vodka Ads From The 1960s

Back before there were fancy vodka brands on the market making people pay hundreds of dollars a bottle just to impress others there was Smirnoff- the vodka that leaves you breathless.

Smirnoff has been the world's best-selling vodka for decades, and part of that success is due to their hip and edgy ad campaigns that make their brand feel very modern, like these ads from the 1960s starring some seriously famous faces.

The jazzy and stylish Smirnoff ads of the 60s starred people like Groucho Marx, Eartha Kitt, Woody Allen, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Johnny Carson, just to name a few.

They even got the famous poet and playwright Langston Hughes to pose for a Smirnoff ad in 1959, so their brand not only looked hip but progressive as well.

See more Hip Smirnoff Vodka Ads from the 60s at Dangerous Minds

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Hogging the Glory

Matthew Inman of The Oatmeal looks at the eclipse (with glasses, of course) in a way most of us haven't. While everyone is talking about looking at the sun, we will actually be looking at the moon while it just pushes through where it doesn't normally belong. -via Matthew Inman


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Interesting Facts About Alligator Snapping Turtles

People are surprised to learn snapping turtles can be really dangerous when encountered in the wild, thinking they have the same temperament as a tortoise or sea turtle, but mess with an alligator snapping turtle and you're bound to get bit.

Alligator snapping turtles are the most dangerous type, which should be obvious since they sport spiky warrior shells and wicked beaks made to tear through flesh, but you'll only have to tangle with them if you meet one in the water:

5. Believe it or not, these turtles rarely travel on land at all. The females will briefly venture out of the water to lay eggs, but males typically spend their entire lives beneath the water’s surface. Both genders can hold their breath for nearly an hour at a time!

7. These guys are masters at camouflaging themselves, which is good for them—but bad for just about everything else nearby. Their shells are often covered in algae, which makes them look like rocks in the muddy waters they inhabit. Their pupils are also surrounded by excess skin so they’re hard to spot.

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The Day Notre Dame Students Pummeled the Ku Klux Klan

One fine May morning in 1924, the Ku Klux Klan gathered for a rally in South Bend, Indiana. They had high hopes of engaging a crowd with their fiery speeches. After all, they were in friendly territory.

Fresh off a controversial leadership election in Indianapolis, Indiana, there was no reason for Klansmen to have any apprehension about holding a morale booster in South Bend. Indiana was Klan territory, with an estimated one in three native born white men sworn members within state lines. Just a few months later, Klansman Ed Jackson would be elected governor.

It was only when Klansmen found themselves guided into alleys and surrounded by an irate gang of Catholic students from nearby Notre Dame University that they realized mobilizing in South Bend may have been a very bad idea.

The Klan wanted a rally. What they got was a full-scale riot.

That was not the reaction the Klan was used to at the time. Read the story of that riot and the pushback that continued for days afterward, at Mental Floss.


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Over 5,000 Stickers Were Used In The Making Of The Shins' "Half A Million" Music Video

Creating hand-drawn 2D animation is a laborious process that involves drawing and filming hundreds, if not thousands, of frames to bring the characters to life, but why draw every frame when you can use photos?

Directors LAMAR+NIK used photos printed on stickers to create the unique look of The Shin's music video "Half A Million", 5,566 photo stickers in fact, and the tactile layering effect of the stacked stickers gives the video a hypnotic visual appeal.

THE SHINS “HALF A MILLION” [DIR. LAMAR+NIK] from LAMAR+NIK on Vimeo.

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Roger's Place - Open 'Til The Morning News Comes On


Roger's place by Theduc

Alcoholic cartoon characters have been gathering at Roger's Place since way back when, and thanks to his alien DNA Roger has been able to watch batch after batch of cartoon characters come and go...mostly to their grave. But whether they're cavemen, spacemen or madmen they all have one thing in common- they love to drink up Roger's special brew by the gallon! Too bad he still doesn't have the heart to tell them they've been drinking his extraterrestrial "excretions" after all these years...

Wear this Roger's Place t-shirt by Theduc whenever you wanna go where everybody knows your name, and they're always glad you came...you know the rest...

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Five Incredibly Powerful Opening Scenes in TV Shows

The way a TV series begins is incredibly important in the age of hundreds of channels running 24 hours a day. So many stories are available to the viewer that the very first episode must grab an audience at the same time it sets up the beginning of a story. And even then, if a show doesn't intrigue the viewer right away, they may not watch the entire episode. Therefore, some of the most successful shows begin with a bang, with a first scene that won't take place in the narrative until later, when the story gets more exciting. If that scene grabs you, the show can jump back and let us in on how it came to be. Breaking Bad is one example, as the insane opening scene only takes place after a lot of explanation in the actual timeline. Relive that scene and those from four other hit shows at TVOM.


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Hot Pocket Stuffed Burgers

We've seen a lot of pizza/burger combinations, including a burger baked inside of a pizza and a pizza inside of a burger inside of a pizza, but for most people, making these outrageous pizza creations is just too crazy. On the other hand, following these instructions from Oh Bite It to make a burger with a Hot Pocket inside seems pretty straight forward -and best of all, you can switch it up to have a burger stuffed with turkey, broccoli and cheddar or hickory ham and cheddar -or whatever your favorite Hot Pocket flavor happens to be.

So make your burger a Hot Pocket pocket with these simple instructions.

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Products That Will Leave You Wondering "Who Would Buy Such A Thing?"

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Manufacturers around the world are busy making millions of crappy products every day, and whether they're crappy because of the quality or because they serve no purpose they're all bound for the landfill.

But some items are crappy for both of those reasons and yet may avoid ending up in the landfill- because they're so odd they belong in the Museum of WTF.

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Where else will we be able to find Weener Kleener soap, a shoulder bag made out of men's briefs or an inflatable Cat In A Can one hundred years from now?

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So if you should come across an item so stupid, silly or otherwise inane that it belongs in the Museum of WTF hang on to it, because the Museum will be needing donations!

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Nixon’s List

The following is an article from Uncle John's 24-Karat Gold Bathroom Reader.

As 1972 approached, President Richard Nixon started to get more and more concerned about his coming reelection campaign. He became convinced that his political adversaries weren’t just opponents-they were “enemies” and had to be stopped. He and his advisers compiled this list of 20 public figures who they felt could hurt them in some way. Were they ever really threats to Nixon? Probably not, but Nixon thought so, which makes this piece of history all the more fascinating.

“ON SCREWING OUR POLITICAL ENEMIES”

In 1972 five men were caught breaking into Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C. The culprits turned out to have ties to high-level members of both the Republican Party and the Nixon administration. The Congressional investigation that followed unraveled the Nixon presidency, exposing the systematic way Nixon abused power and attempted to destroy his enemies (real and imagined), eventually leading to his resignation in order to avoid impeachment.

One year before Nixon’s resignation, on June 27, 1973, White House counsel John Dean testified before Congress about possible connections between the Nixon administration and the Watergate burglars’ plan to steal information damaging to Democratic candidates. Dean mentioned that in 1971 he’d received a memo titled “On Screwing Our Political Enemies.” Written by Charles Colson, another Nixon attorney, the memo was a list of people singled out as those most threatening to Nixon’s career. The memo detailed how the White House planned to go about discrediting Nixon’s opponents, which included anyone trying to run against him and any reporter who’d given him unfavorable coverage. The goal: to ruin every person on the list with a campaign of rumors, character assassination, and even IRS audits.

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The Best

Remember when you were a kid, and you didn't really know what to do with an aunt or uncle, and then you found out they were the coolest person in the family? That only works until Mom and Dad find out. It's pretty fun on the other end, too. Babysitting is always easier when you're not the one responsible for how the child turns out. Also, if Mom and Dad find out, then maybe they won't ask any favors of you in the future. This is the newest comic from Lunarbaboon.

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Mama Raccoon and Bratty Kit

Motherhood has never been easy, especially when you have several young ones to keep track of. This raccoon has at least two kits, maybe more. When it's nap time, she wants to get them all into the tree where they live so she can get some shut eye. But that last child does not want to cooperate.


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This raccoon family was recorded in Leesburg, Virginia. Note that at about two minutes in, the mother notices the camera operator. She doesn't have time to smile for the camera, at least not until every kit is inside and accounted for. -via Tastefully Offensive

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RIP Jerry Lewis

Comedian and movie star Jerry Lewis died Sunday morning at his home in Las Vegas. He was long known as half of the comedy duo Martin and Lewis, who performed together in 16 films over ten years. Lewis then starred in a series of comedy films on his own, the most memorable of which was The Nutty Professor in 1963.   

Barely out of his teens, he shot to fame shortly after World War II with a nightclub act in which the rakish, imperturbable Dean Martin crooned and the skinny, hyperactive Mr. Lewis capered around the stage, a dangerously volatile id to Mr. Martin’s supremely relaxed ego.

After his break with Mr. Martin in 1956, Mr. Lewis went on to a successful solo career, eventually writing, producing and directing many of his own films.

As a spokesman for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Mr. Lewis raised vast sums for charity; as a filmmaker of great personal force and technical skill, he made many contributions to the industry, including the invention in 1960 of a device — the video assist, which allowed directors to review their work immediately on the set — still in common use.

Jerry Lewis was 91.

Read more about Jerry lewis in some Neatorama articles by Eddie Deezen: 

11 Facts You May Not Know About Jerry Lewis

Jerry Lewis' The Nutty Professor

The Day Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Teamed Up 

Jerry Lewis' Flop TV Talk Show

Jerry Lewis' Lost Film: The Day the Clown Cried

Why Do the French Love Jerry Lewis?

Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis: Restaurant Owners



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How Glass Top Pool Tables Work

Transparent pool tables look just plain slick both literally and figuratively, but as nice as they look the old school pool shark in me screams "there's no way that functions like felt!" every time I see one.

But as I discovered after watching this explainer video by Elite Innovations Pty Ltd, makers of fine transparent pool tables, they work just like cloth covered tables thanks to their 'Vitrik' playing surface:

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18 Science Fiction Spacesuits, Ranked

Spacesuits in TV and movies may look cool, but how safe and usable would they be in real life? Some of them were designed for media before we actually put a human into contact with space, so we can't expect them to be anywhere near accurate, while others are from a time when they should have known better. The continuing saga of Star Trek began after the first EVA, but the original series did not have the budget for realism. It's become better with time.

Where to start with Star Trek? The upcoming show Star Trek Discovery features a badass suit that looks like an entire miniature spaceship. But there are also some bizarre, cringeworthy depictions, like these from The Original Series. They’re sparkly! They have weird, seemingly useless colored attachments, the wearer can really only see right in front of them, and the visor extends to the back of their head for some reason.

Fortunately, the show went with some marginally better (but still science fictional) versions for The Motion Picture, and some really plausible ones in Enterprise. But although the latest series’ suits look cool, they don’t seem that realistic either, with an emphasis on armor and propulsion over anything else. We’ll have to wait until later this year to know just what they’re used for.

Read about the plausibility of spacesuits from fiction, and see some pictures that will make you laugh and remember the first time you saw them, at the Verge. -via Digg 


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This Custom Built 'Surf Seeker' Volkswagen Microbus Looks Like A Real Life Cartoon Car

I used to read a magazine called CARtoons that was full of hot rod art reminiscent of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's high octane illustrations from the 60s, and I've always wondered what those cars would look like in real life.

After watching this episode of Dennis Gage's My Classic Car I realized a CARtoons car come to life would look something like this custom 'Surf Seeker' Volkswagen Microbus designed and hand built by Ron Berry.

Not only does it have an incredibly smooth body and an appearance that suggests it's always inching forward on its 1965 Minibus suspension- it also sports a 2175 air cooled super charged engine which gives it around 200 horsepower.

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