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Obviously she's too small to dig you out of your house, but look at those snow swimming skills! Surely she could manage to bring you a slice of pizza in your time of need.


Last year was all about snacking rodents. Hopefully this year will not turn out to be all about rodents dealing with harsh weather conditions.

Via: NewsBook
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While covering the snowstorm in New York City, CNN spoke with Steven Tyler and his daughter Mia, who just happened to wander by.  Since famous people can sometimes influence the masses, the anchor asked them at the end of the interview if they had any wise words for the people at home considering venturing out in the snow. 

Their advice? Just stay home where there's HOT CHOCOLATE AND FAMILY HUGS. 

Via: Ernest
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This is an athelete at the Wind Games which seems to be happening at an indoor skydiving facility in Spain

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Sneaker waves are common on the Oregon coast and they really can sneak up on you, if you're not careful. These unpredictable waves often happen when other waves bounce off complex terrain on the coast and create conditions for one big, dangerous wave. This is how the Oregon Parks Department describes sneaker waves:

They´re called sneaker waves because they appear without warning, often surging high up on the beach with deadly force, and are impossible to predict. Sneaker waves also carry a large amount of sand that can saturate your clothes, weighing you down and making escape difficult if not impossible.
 
How to play it safe: Never turn your back on the ocean.

via Oregon Parks and Recreation Department 

"Never turn your back on the ocean." Solid advice. 
 

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Batman and Superman both think they're right to fight each other. It doesn't seem like we're getting anything new in these 30 second TV spot trailers but they are definitately encouraging you to pick a side. 

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This is, of course, a reference to Ryan Reynold's poorly received first try at Deadpool in 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine'.

AKA, the Merc Without the Mouth

Officer White was recently dispatched to a call of kids playing basketball "loudly" in the streets. In the evening. Having fun. Not committing crimes. Let's see how he handled it.

Posted by Gainesville Police Department on Thursday, January 21, 2016
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When a noise complaint was called about a group of kids playing basketball too loudly, this Gainesville, FL police officer showed up to set them straight. And by set them straight, we mean dunking on them while playing basketball.


via@RagjUF

Officer White handled the issue (or non-issue) like a pro and according to the Gainesville Police Department, he is trying to set up a full game.

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