Some could call it a clash of cultures, others a clash of civilizations, maybe East meets West, or old meets new.
Whatever you want to call it, be prepared to be amazed at what happens when a man trained in the art of Samurai swordsmanship plays baseball in a batting cage.
With a speedometer tracking the action, the lone warrior allows a couple balls to go by, presumably for the man to track the approximate speed of the projectiles. more >>
Since the dawn of time Minions have searched to find an evil master worthy of their service.
While they eventually found that despicable creature, sometimes the Minions take a break from their efforts to fight a puppy.
In a surprisingly brief battle, one puppy attempted to vanquish a member of the ancient yellowy race. more >>
Sometimes a team mascot should just leave well-enough alone. While these over-sized, furry creatures may find something to be entertaining, not everyone wants to join in on the fun.
Case in point, the Houston Astros' lovingly green and pudgy mascot, Orbit, who decides to challenge various security guards to a dance-off.
At an Astros game played against the Detroit Tigers earlier this year, Orbit walks about the outfield looking for trouble. more >>
O the fanciful world of Harry Potter. You've read the books, or at the least seen the many movies. Now comes this fantastic little homage to the popular series.
Thanks to a video uploaded to YouTube last week, you can see what one animator has done with the dreamy world, making it come alive using its own pages.
Peter Heacock, the man behind the YouTube account "UnPOP," made a short film in the style of stop-motion. more >>
Planned Parenthood Federation of America announced a change in their fetal tissue donation policy, in a move that one pro-life critic calls "an admission of guilt."
America's largest abortion provider released a statement Tuesday noting that their clinics will no longer accept reimbursements for fetal tissue donations.
Halloween is a spooky occasion filled with candy, creepy costumes, and jack-o'-lanterns. But human beings aren't the only ones who like to celebrate this national pastime.
A family of meerkats at the Indianapolis Zoo situated in White River State Park showed that they, too, could get into the Halloween spirit.
On its YouTube account, the zoo observed that "everyone goes wild for pumpkin-flavored treats" during autumn — including meerkats. more >>