We will show you 3 kittens while our 30-second timer counts down. Can you give the kittens names before the timer buzzes?
“Well, I think I’ll roll around and chomp on my tailio.”
Good Kitten Times via my other favorite blog DListed.
We take you now to the training center of NASA (Naturally Aerodynamic Squirrel Astronauts), where would-be space travelers use this elaborate state-of-the-art simulator to overcome the difficulties of eating in zero-gravity conditions…
We’re in Hardup, Utah, the Beehive State, and we can’t bee-live the treasures we’re appraising in this hive of activity! Here’s some of what you’ll see in our first hour:
|A crystal pig with a digital clock embedded in its side, of which only 36,045,940 are thought to still exist today…|
|One-half of an elaborately decorated metal brassiere, part of the costume for the earliest American production of Wagner’s Die Walküre…|
|This one-of-a-kind paperweight, origin uncertain…|
|And a bowl of hand-carved wooden fruit that may have been accidentally nibbled by a slightly inebriated Theodore Roosevelt.|
How much for the paperweight, Fiona C.?
Remember, if you like to climb on things and get high, this is the place.
This is a sample from “Rhett and Link: Commercial Kings,” an IFC Channel series that creates TV advertising for local businesses.
After a few more generations, dogs will be able to fly!
That’s one way to really make the fur fly, Kitty and Jennifer.