For average, everyday lonely Americans like Fred, flipping through television channels on a Saturday night has become a ritual.
Still waiting for replies to women he queried on a dating site, Fred finishes off his second pint of ice cream as he comes across a peculiar sight on network TV.
"I was just looking for a good action flick to watch, when I saw Hillary Clinton awkwardly standing around with a couple other guys," explains the man who lives in his parents' basement. more >>
For wounded American veteran Ian Parkinson, the military and skateboarding were always his two greatest passions.
As a result of the surprise attack of a U.S. installation in Afghanistan, the Phoenix, Arizona native lost both of his legs. Many would assume that with such a horrific injury, skateboarding would no longer be an option.
Yet, after years of physical therapy in San Antonio, Texas with his wife by his side, Parkinson decides to return to skateboarding with the help of specialized prosthetics. more >>
An ecumenical group of ministry organizations are coming together to coordinate the annual "International Day of the Bible" observance.
Slated for next Monday, Nov. 23, the observance is sponsored by the American Bible Society, Bible Gateway, Scripture Union, YouVersion, Bibles for the World, and the National Bible Association.
Ferngully beware! There is a new machine that can effectively cut down and chop up a tree in as little as a handful of seconds.
Known as the EcoLog 590, this claw-like creature can grab hold of a tree, cut it down, and then quickly remove its branches while sawing it into more smaller parts.
In a video posted to YouTube back in March, the EcoLog is shown making short work of its arboreal prey. more >>
Muffin tins have served many purposes over the years, almost all of which involved, well, cooking muffins. For some time, few had a better idea for what to do with them.
One fellow, however, decided that muffin tins were not just useful for cooking, but also as sleeping quarters for pygmy hedgehogs.
A guy known only by the name "Fabulous Mr. Pug" posted a video to YouTube on Nov. 5 showing a group of six hedgehogs who found a different use for the cookware. more >>
Ever wanted to see exactly what happens when you leave a slice of grapefruit unrefrigerated for 72 days straight?
Well wonder no more as the YouTube Account known as Temponaut Timelapse has uploaded a video that will satisfy your curiousity.
With some rocking instrumental music in the background, the video starts out showing a perfectly healthy grapefruit half. more >>