The First American Hero - He's Got Your Back


The First American Hero by DeepFriedArt

In the 80s we met the Greatest American Hero, but that guy ain't got nothin' on the First American Hero, our old pal Cap. Both had similarly scrawny backstories, and both were given super powers by a substance, but only Cap proved himself worthy of wearing the stars and stripes like a true patriotic icon. Besides, Cap came this close to punching Adolf Hitler in the face, can that other guy say that?

Show some love for our country's greatest superheroic asset with this The First American Hero t-shirt by DeepFriedArt, it's a classic design that will make people want to salute you wherever you go!

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Jeff Goldblum Reads a Children's Book Version of Independence Day


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20 years ago, actors Jeff Goldblum and Will Smith defeated an alien invasion as described in the 1996 documentary Independence Day. To promote the sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence, Goldblum composed a children's book recounting those famous events. This will help children who weren't born at the time to learn about the tumultuous invasion and resistence. 

Jesse Usher, who appears in Resurgence, was only 4 years old at the time. Watch Goldblum mesmerize him with his storytelling.

Content warning: foul language.

-via Laughing Squid


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Yearbook Photos Of The 2016 Presidential Election Candidates

The 2016 Presidential election has such a diverse and odd cast of characters it almost seems like America is being trolled by a hidden camera show.

But as far as we can tell they're all human beings with average Earthling backstories, which means they all attended high school at some point.

Bernie Sanders (above) must have attended high school a really, really long time ago because his photo is fading out of existence with age.

Once upon a time Donald Trump actually had normal hair and a normal, non-orange skin tone.

And Ted Cruz didn't look anything like the Zodiac Killer or the lead singer of Stryper when he was in high school, so his creepy looks must have come with age.

Hillary was once an adorable straight A student with that same great smile, but apparently had yet to discover those stiff jackets and pantsuits she loves so much these days.

See These Yearbook Photos Of 2016 Presidential Candidates Will Take You (Way) Back here


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Prankster Leaves Funny Signs at the Zoo

Obvious Plant is Jeff Wysaski's ongoing project to leave funny but fake signs in public places to confuse and amuse people. Most recently, he left official-looking signs at the Los Angeles Zoo that educate visitors about the animals that they see. They describe meerkat psionics, why the Southern Crested Screamer screams, and koala deceptions.

Yes, we know about Phillip. So do Edna and Edna's divorce attorney.


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Kite Surfer Rescued by Batman and Robin

Friends Derren Guile and David Schneider were out kayaking last Sunday off the coast of Sussex. They were dressed as Batman and Robin because they were participating in the Superhero Paddle at Shoreham Beach. The cosplay event turned into an opportunity for real heroism when the two saw a kite surfer struggling in the distance.

David, aka Robin, said: “We were out in the water having a bit of fun and I noticed this kite surfer had got into a bit of trouble.

“His kite was in the water and he was being dragged across the beach.

“I probably watched him for about ten minutes and thought ‘he’s not getting that back up’, so I paddled over, obviously dressed as Robin and called my comrade to help me.

“He was gobsmacked when we turned up. He just looked round and said ‘oh no’.

“I said ‘it’s not every day Batman and Robin come to save you is it?’.”

The kayakers helped the surfer to shore, and then went back out to retrieve his surfboard. The surfer didn’t stick around long, as “he was a bit embarrassed.” The news site compared the caper to a famous scene from a BBC TV special in which two guys inadvertently fight crime as they travel to a fancy dress ball. You can see that video at the Bognor Regis Observer. -via Arbroath


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A Music Video Made Using Snapchat Filters

People who aren't fond of new tech claim you can't do anything good with smartphones or the apps contained within, but those luddites are applying limitations to this technology that simply aren't there.

The beauty of using apps to do something other than post to social media is you wind up discovering capabilities the designers didn't even think about when they created the app.

Snapchat lenses automate a bunch of different video effects, such as face warping, overlays and color changes, so you can apply fun filters to your images in an instant.

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And, as singer Ingrid Michaelson discovered while making the wonderfully weird music video for her song “Hell No”, Snapchat lets you easily turn simple video footage into total madness.

-Via Mashable


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Selective Memory

This curious slogan takes up the entire back of a Chevy truck in Oregon. After marveling at the creative spelling and kerning, you have to wonder at the motivation behind it. Various redditors offered their explanations as to the identity of Perl Horber.

Perl Horber is the town's sole Uber driver. The sign was supposed to read "a limo", but Perl lost her train of thought when placing the order.

-catharticbullets

I'm guessing Perl Horber was this persons childhood neighbor. Growing up they were the best of friends, always going on adventures and getting into trouble. Until one fateful day they decided to go swimming at the pond near their friend Ali Mo's house. Perl tragically drowned and I dont think this person was ever able to get over that, and still in some way holds Ali responsible. It consumes them so much that it affects almost every aspect of their everyday life, including knowing how to park in a space correctly. Its sad really.

-joy4874

"Hold the Bear, Alimo!"
"Hold the bear!"
"Hold the bear!"
"Hor thebear!"
"Hor thebor!"
"Horthebor!"
"Hordebor!"
"Horbor!"
"HORBOR"
HORBOR

-JesusDeSaad

The truck has been spotted more than once, so we know it isn’t Photoshop.

-via reddit

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Jupiter's Northern Lights

(Composite image by NASA/European Space Agency)

Have you ever seen the aurora borealis or the aurora australis? They're wonders to behold, but auroras are not limited to Earth. Jupiter has them, too. NASA and the European Space Agency has recently been training the far-seeing Hubble Space Telescope on nearby Jupiter. It reveals ultraviolet auroras larger than the Earth itself. The Juno space probe, which will enter Jovian orbit on July 4, will study them in detail.

PBS NewsHour describes the auroras:

This light display is even more spectacular during a solar storm. Scientists based in London recently discovered that Jupiter’s X-ray auroras become “eight times brighter than normal and hundreds of times more energetic than Earth’s aurora borealis” during a solar storm. […]

Aside from emitting UV and X-ray light, the northern lights of Jupiter also paint the air in red, green and purple. The planet’s strong magnetic field — at times 20,000 times stronger than Earth’s — attracts charged particles not only from solar wind, but from those spewed by supervolcanic explosions on Io, its moon. The eruptions brighten the blue auroras on Jupiter, and the Hubble and Juno partnership aims to look deeper into the phenomenon.

-via Nag on the Lake


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Shark Sonogram

They caught a pregnant tiger shark. Very pregnant. Luckily for her, these are not fishermen looking for shark steaks, but a crew from the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week. So what do you do with a pregnant shark? Give her a sonogram!

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The images of the shark pups inside are pretty cool. They recorded her, tagged her, and let her go, thinking that maybe they’ll find out where she will go to give birth. -via Metafilter


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The Creep Catcher Network Is Using Vigilante Justice To Catch Child Molesters

Child molesters are generally thought of as the lowest form of human life, and even the drug dealers and murderers in prison see them as total scumbags.

So it comes as no surprise that people often work together to flush out and get rid of any sex offenders who may be lurking around their neighborhoods.

But one organization in Canada has taken the act of catching child molesters to a whole new level of effectiveness.

They call themselves the Creep Catcher Network, and so far they've caught dozens of would-be abusers in their online web of vigilante justice.

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First they gather evidence against the molesters by posing as underage chatters online, then they film the pervs who show up to meet the "child" they were chatting with online.

The videos and chat logs are posted on the Creep Catcher site, complete with the offender's name and contact info, to publically shame them and make them think twice before attempting to abuse a child again.

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Canadian police departments are understandably upset about the actions being taken by CCN, saying they're interfering with investigations and acting illegally by going after these men.

But the Network is gaining supporters and new members every day, and even a few of the alleged abusers have made videos in support of their work, saying getting caught has "changed their life".

Read These Vigilante "Creep Catchers" Bait And Trap Alleged Child Molesters here (contains NSFW language)


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How Reality TV Gets Real Estate Completely Wrong

When I catch a glimpse of someone in my family watching a house buying show on TV, the thing that impresses me the most is how fairly young people have such a huge amount of money to spend on a house. But that’s far from the most unbelievable or inaccurate part of such shows. The process of finding a home to buy is never simple enough to fit into a 30-minute format, and you should not expect your experience to be anything like that. Another thing is how picky the buyers are -they never begin the search with an open mind.

Reality TV shows about real estate put too much emphasis on finding the perfect home, which is a serious mistake for would-be home buyers because the perfect is the enemy of the good. In other words, while would-be home buyers should make sure that the properties under consideration should match all of their most critical criteria and as many of the rest as possible, they should not let over-strict adherence to their criteria cause them to miss out on promising buys.

There are plenty of other ways that reality TV does not reflect a home buying experience. Read about them at Housely.


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Actors And Directors Who Famously Turned Against Their Own Movies

When a filmmaker loses faith in the movie they're making, or an actor feels like the movie they're starring in is pure chipmunk poo, they understandably get upset and turn against their own film.

Director Peter Bogdanovich was on top of the world in the 1970s, making great films like Paper Moon and The Last Picture Show.

But then he made a musical called At Long Last Love, starring Burt Reynolds and Cybill Shepherd, which really broke his heart.

The reviews were so bad, and Burt was such a terrible singer in the film, that Peter felt he needed to write a nationwide apology:

It's rare for a director to turn against their own film, but actors often regret the roles they've chosen to play, especially when they get stuck in a multi-picture contract.

Nic Cage is famously hot and cold in terms of roles, so he's the last guy you'd expect to turn against a film for being pure drek, but apparently Dying Of The Light was just that bad.

However, Nic and the rest of the cast had signed a non-disparagement agreement, so they protested the film in a clever way- by wearing t-shirts with text from the agreement then posting selfies online.

Comedian David Cross wasn't so clever when he talked trash about The Chipmunks trilogy, in which he plays the main villain, calling the last film Chipwrecked "the most unpleasant experience I've ever had."

The disparaging remarks he made against the cast and crew who'd worked on an admittedly awful movie series left people feeling burned, so David was forced to issue a public apology. Sometimes the truth hurts, Hollywood...

Read 5 Famous People Who Were Way Too Honest About Their Movies here


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The Kitten’s Great Escape

A kitten finds a way to escape his enclosure at JoLinn Pet House, a pet shop in Taiwan. But then what? Where does he go? Straight into another enclosure, this one with a puppy!

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The puppy is exceedingly happy with the company. The kitten might have some regrets about the caper. -via Viral Viral Videos

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A Matter Of Time - Sanity Is A Relative Concept


A Matter Of Time by IdeasConPatatas 

To understand how normal earthly things like time work in Wonderland we must study the works of famous surrealists like Salvador Dali, because they were able to see into that extraordinary dimension where no other humans ever could. Their paintings and artwork can therefore be seen as clues to solving the puzzle, however, most people who pursue this line of inquiry end up losing their minds. Just ask Alice...

Blow minds wherever you go with this A Matter Of Time t-shirt by IdeasConPatatas, it's so wonderfully surreal people will feel like they're looking through a window into Wonderland!

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Slave Leia Psylocke

(Photo: @free_range_geek)

The savage and sultry Psylocke didn't stay in Jabba's palace for long. Within seconds of being given her costume, she drove a katana into his skull. But she kept the outfit, as displayed by cosplayer @naturesenvy.


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Books on Vinyl

Neatorama is proud to bring you a guest post from Ernie Smith, the editor of Tedium, a twice-weekly newsletter that hunts for the end of the long tail. In another life, he ran ShortFormBlog.

Audiobooks are common these days, but advocates for those with vision disabilities saw their value early—as well as the value of the vinyl record.

It’s the great challenge of a newsletter editor when they hear this phrase—“hey, this newsletter would be really good as a podcast!” I understand the demand for things like this, because people love sounds running into their ears when they’re on the go, and you have to physically press your fingers down on your phone to read Neatorama or Tedium. But I’m way more clever and way less likely to say “like” and “y’know” when I write things down, so that’s why this comes in a text format. However, there is in fact an interesting history around stories being told in audio form that has nothing to do with either This American Life, podcasts like the excellent Reply All, or the books-as-MP3s service Audible. Today’s issue talks about the important role that the loss of one sense—that is, blindness—played in the creation of a medium perfect for another.

Books for Blind People

The Pratt-Smoot Act, a 1931 law that led to the creation of some of the earliest audiobooks, initially allocated $100K for books for blind people, which were placed in libraries around the country. The law was pushed forth by J. Robert Atkinson, a man who loved to read, but had been blinded after accidentally being shot in 1912. After the accident, Atkinson learned Braille, but found a lot of books weren’t available in the language, so he personally had to transcribe the words of his friends and family to save for later. This endeavor eventually became his career—and led to the launch of a company that produced Braille books. Most notably, he wrote the entirety of the King James Bible in the language. Atkinson’s company eventually became the Braille Institute of America, a prominent nonprofit for those with vision impairments. The law’s passage helped fund the creation of new technologies to make it easier for Atkinson and others with similar vision limitations to curl up with a book. Audiobook efforts, specifically, received $10,000 of the allocated funds.

The technical considerations of early audiobooks

The strategy that eventually went into use in creating some of the earliest audiobooks is best explained through a couple of different forms of media technology that you might be more familiar with. Here goes:

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Belarusians Strip Naked after Accidental Order from Their Dictator

No, this isn't a scene from the Neatorama corporate office (although that's a reasonable guess). It's from Belarus. Recently, Alexander Lukashenko, the dictator of that nation, accidentally said at a conference that citizens should "get undressed and work." The Telegraph reports:

“Innovations, IT technologies, privatisation — it is all clear. We’ve conquered all of them. But in the end, it is very simple: one should get undressed and work,” the leader told a conference in Minsk last week.

Analysts of Russian say that the 61-year-old Mr Lukashenko probably meant to say “develop” instead of strip off, as the two verbs sound very similar.

Belarusians snapped to attention and did precisely that. They got naked, then got to work (or possibly the reverse), and posted images of the results on social media. There's a hashtag on Instagram to that effect that is just barely compliant with Instagram's no-nudity rule.


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Market Street, San Francisco, 1906

On April 14, 1906, brothers Harry and Herbert Miles filmed the scene as they rode a cable car down Market Street in San Francisco. You see the hustle and bustle of the city with trolley cars, pedestrians, automobiles, and horse-drawn wagons sharing the street. It's on the left of this video.

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Four days later, an earthquake killed 3,000 people and destroyed most of the city. A cameraman believed to be Otis M. Gove filmed the same street just after the destruction. The film on the right is not as clear due to dust and smoke, but you can see the destroyed buildings and the survivors shuffling through the streets as if they were ghosts. You have to wonder how many of the people seen in the video on the left did not survive the quake. -via History Buff


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A Man And His Chicken Travel around the World

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This is Monique and her father, Guirec Soudée. Together, they're sailing around the world on a 39-foot boat.

Monique is adopted. Soudée, a native of Brittany in France, is a sailor by trade. In 2014, while docked in the Canary Islands, Soudée received Monique as a gift. Their relationship developed quickly and Soudée decided to keep her on his boat. Modern Farmer reports:

“I didn’t speak any Spanish and she didn’t speak any French,” Soudée told the BBC. “But we got along.” Friends warned the sailor that a hen at sea would be too stressed to lay eggs, but Monique adapted quickly and has been a steady producer. (Still, how many omelets can one person eat?) She has even survived more than one near-overboard experience and goes below deck when waters get choppy. Soudée plays up the hilarity of their partnership by threatening to eat Monique if she becomes annoying (he has even posted a pic of himself eyeing up a cooked chicken) and telling the BBC, “Compared with people, she doesn’t complain at all.”

You can follow their adventures on Instagram.


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Canada Day Cake

Friday is Canada Day, so you’d better start planning your celebration now. Even if you aren’t from Canada, it’s a great way to begin a holiday weekend, which will end with the US Independence Day holiday on Monday. This cake is named after Canada Day, as it resembles the Canadian flag somewhat. It’s two layers each of white cake and red velvet cake, covered in buttercream frosting in both red and white. Get the instructions at The Kitchen Magpie. This is one item from a list of red and white desserts for Canada Day at Buzzfeed.

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Amazing 3d Printed Zoetrope Shows a Dancer in Motion

It's an incredible work of creativity and 3d design. Akinori Goto designed a zoetrope so that it shows a dancer at work when a narrow band of light is projected through it. He used a 3d printer to create this complex work that required precise measurements to work properly.


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It flows perfectly and gracefully when activated, even though it looks like just a mass of 3d filament when it's turned off.

This is one of at least two zoetropes that Goto has created. You can see the other at Colossal.

-via Swiss Miss


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America's First "Climate Refugees"

Between rising sea levels, delta engineering, and environmental damage by oil companies, Louisiana is losing dry land at an alarming rate. The community of Isle de Jean Charles has seen the wetlands turn to water, and the dry land shrink away. This is home to about 60 members of the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Indian tribe, who must soon find a new home and a new way of life as their island melts away.

Louisiana is losing 75 square kilometers of coastal terrain every year, and the residents of this island have been called the first “climate refugees” in the United States. They’re unlikely to be the last. Other Gulf Coast states are also surrendering land to the water at a rapid rate. And up north, the 350 villagers of Newtok, Alaska, are hoping to move to higher ground. But Isle de Jean Charles is the first American community to be awarded federal funding—$48 million—to relocate en masse. There are tentative plans to move the tribe to northern Terrebonne Parish; the state of Louisiana and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development are still negotiating the details.

The July-August issue of Smithsonian magazine looks at Isle de Jean Charles and other disappearing areas in southern Louisiana in pictures by Ben Depp, which you can see online now.

(Image credit: Ben Depp)


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Llama Loves Leaf Blower


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Fiesta the llama lives at the Houston Zoo in Texas. Every morning, zookeepers use a leaf blower to clean out her stall. Fiesta lets them, but first she insists on an air massage. Watch her roll around with delight in front of it. Zookeepers tell ABC 13 News that this has been her daily ritual for about 2 years.

-via Tastefully Offensive

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I Want a Wig Vase

A nice, sturdy ceramic vase is the best way to show off your garden flowers or the bouquet someone gave you. The Wig Vase by designer Tania da Cruz is more -it’s an opportunity for a bunch of flowers to come to life! Too bad it costs $315. See more pictures that give a sense of what you can do with this vase at Incredible Things. -via Everlasting Blort


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Special Wheels Let This Car Roll in Any Direction


(Image: William Liddiard via Gizmodo)

Inventor William Liddiard names them after himself, calling them Liddiard Wheels. They can attach to any car. In this case, it's Liddiard's own Toyota Echo. The tires roll horizontally, moving the car sideways. He writes:

Unlike other omni capable wheels, my wheels do not require the vehicle to be built around them. This is a world first bolt-on application for anything with wheels. Designed to be used in all weather and road conditions. They are stronger, faster, and more accurately controlled than prior art. They can take a beating. The tires can have the same build characteristics (siping, grooves, rubber compounds etc.) as regular tires. Now you can drive in all directions, and turn on the spot, when needed.

It's the perfect solution to parallel parking challenges.

-via Gizmodo


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Wagon Ride - You Shouldn't Have To Force Kids To Have Fun


Wagon Ride by Dooomcat

There's nothing like taking a ride on a wagon pulled by your dear old dad, especially when he actually uses his gloved hands to pull you along instead of using the Force. It's great to spend time with the old helmet head, and when he decides to take a day off from controlling the Imperial forces to reconnect with his kids every second of that day is priceless. Of course, kids want to feel like they're the stars of this sci-fi family show, but daddy Darth keeps taking calls from that awful Emperor fellow, so it's only natural for them to feel like rebelling...

Celebrate fatherhood in all its many forms with this Wagon Ride t-shirt by Dooomcat, it's an adorable way to declare your love for the first fractured family of sci-fi!

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Norway Built A World-Record-Setting Bonfire Last Weekend

Såå, bålet va sjukt i år da #sankthans #slinningsbålet #ålesund #veldokumentert

A photo posted by Marie Hessen (@mariehessen) on Jun 27, 2016 at 11:09am PDT

Ålesund, Norway, is the site of a Midsummer Festival called Slinningsbålet that traditionally includes a bonfire. The bonfire tends to be bigger each year, and this year’s stack of pallets and kindling was 155.5 (47.4 meters) feet tall! That’s a world record. The structure is built by hand on a spit of land out in the bay, and fire department boats stand by for safety. The fire is lit at the top, which means someone has to climb all the way up, and then all the way back down in a hurry. You can see a video of the tower’s construction and destruction here. The burning begins about four minutes in. -via Atlas Obscura


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Vegan Realizes He Accidentally Ate Cheese, Loses His Mind

What happens when someone who has carefully adhered to a vegan diet for years accidentally eats an animal product such as meat or cheese?

They may have a stomach ache or an allergic reaction, which may be why they went vegan in the first place, but the guy in this video clearly went vegan for the cool points- and he has the t-shirt to prove it. (fast forward to 16:10 to see him throw a NSFW fit)

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POWSIMIAN probably should have asked for a comprehensive list of ingredients before letting his mommy order him a pizza...

-Via some videos

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This Champion Bodybuilder Is 80 Years Old


(Photo: Ernestine Shepherd)

80!

She looks like this and is 80 years old!

How is that even possible?!

Ernestine Shepherd will tell you. She gets up at 3 AM every morning to pray and meditate. Then she runs 10 miles--except during marathon-training season, when she runs further.

After that warmup, she heads to the gym to begin her workout. When she's not exercising, she's training other people to get into shape. She's worked as a professional nutritionist, so she knows how to keep her body in perfect running order.

Shepherd began bodybuilding at the youthful age of 71. In 2010, Guinness World Records named her the world's oldest female bodybuilder. She says that "age is nothing but a number"--and clearly demonstrates the truth of that adage.


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Tiny Sticky Note Nightmares By John Kenn Mortensen

Sticky notes are the preferred communication method of office workers and those who live a cubicle bound life, little memos meant for the waste basket.

But the amazing(ly tiny) black ink illustrations drawn on sticky notes by John Kenn Mortensen are breaking out of the office bin and heading for a gallery wall.

John somehow manages to cram lots of loathsome detail, a cast of creepy characters and a truly terrifying tale all in one pale yellow Post-It Note.

The moral of John's tiny tales? Don't look behind you, unless you're looking for a good scare...

See more Tiny Nightmarish Illustrations Drawn On Sticky Notes here


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