The cutest bop you’ll see today!
A two-year-old kid named Titus is a basketball prodigy in the making, judging by this amazing trick shot video:
A goat goes down a slide at Lancaster County’s Green Acres Farm Bed & Breakfast.
via Say OMG tumblr
This is like something out of a James Bond movie – the coolest RV boat hybrid you’ll see today.
Neil Francis started an impromptu sing-a-long on the London Underground Sunday night. The 47-year-old was returning home from Erasure’s concert at The Forum when he started singing the band’s 80s classic ‘A Little Respect’ and the entire Kentish Town platform joined in…
Video by Jon Trapnell via Facebook.
Two mountain bikers had a scary close encounter with a grizzly bear sow that charged at them while riding the trails of Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada. If you watch the video closely you can see the bear(s) appear at 0:34, 0:40 and 2:40 mark. Feel free to skip everything between 0:50 and 2:00. I recommend viewing it in full screen and 720p:
The full story from Brad Paras who filmed the footage:
While mountain biking in Jasper, Alberta on August 4, 2013, my cousin Dan and I were charged by a grizzly sow three times.
We were riding single track just outside of Jasper town-site (9c) when the encounter occurred. I rode to the top of a hill and applied the brakes to wait for Dan and plan my descent. My brakes squealed a bit, then I heard a growl and looked to my right to see a grizzly bear charging at me.
After careening down the hill a bit on my bike, I was able to distance myself from the bear. According to Dan, who was subsequently charged, the sow stopped on the trail where I had been standing.
When Dan arrived on the scene, he created a distraction, which drew the bear to him. He managed to grab the bear spray from his bag in time to brace himself, but the bear stopped approximately 10 meters from him – just outside the spray’s effective range. Frankly, I’m glad we didn’t have to injure the mother in any way.
Meanwhile, I worked my way along the bottom of the gully toward Dan so that I wasn’t alone in the rough bush. As I reached him, the sow and her cub charged toward us slightly once more before heading away in the direction that we had come from.
We waited a few minutes, then walked away from the scene along the trail with bear spray in hand.
Seriously, what are the odds?