But then, sometimes, they’re the same thing (Click to enlarge).
Can you imagine what it was like in this guy’s den today, with wall to wall football. The dog must be wasted by now.
And the dog loves all forms of football:
Because this video could have taken a really ugly turn. And as any three-year-old who’s tried to feed a bunny can tell you, they bite.
Of course, given the choice, I would do that instead of this:
The service wouldn’t be much worse than a lot of places I’ve eaten in.
This won’t take long. Don’t blink:
I don’t know where this is, but it looks like some kind of military training exercise for pups. And I couldn’t stop laughing when the guy went head over heels.
Good thing the dog has a muzzle on. No mauling, just jumping all over the tackle dummy. The look on the face of the guy who’s watching this is priceless.
Hero cat should take a few notes:
Saw this on Gizmodo. It’s in Russian, so I have no idea what the woman is saying. And the first few seconds look really bad. But despite all that, stick with it to the end.
Because there is a happy ending.
There are a number of books out referring to how we’re in the midst of another mass extinction. I’ve recently finished reading “Scatter, Adapt, and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction,” and have just picked up “The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History.”
As the promotional material for “The Sixth Extinction” explains:
Over the last half a billion years, there have been five mass extinctions, when the diversity of life on earth suddenly and dramatically contracted. Scientists around the world are currently monitoring the sixth extinction, predicted to be the most devastating extinction event since the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs.
(First of all, to the creationists: Yes, the Earth is billions of years old.)
But let’s look at what this really means. This is a chart of the total weight of land animals on Earth (via XKCD):
There aren’t that many wild animals left. Human behavior is killing everything. Mass extinctions take thousands of years. None of us will be around when the one we’re currently in is over, but more important, the way things are going, the human species may not exist when this mass extinction runs its course.