Live Alaskan Blorp!

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has partnered with the group Explore.org to set up a live webcam of these Blorps, hunkered on Bristol Bay in the Bering Sea in Southwest Alaska. (Make sure your speakers are up so you can hear ’em snoring!)

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(Boing Boing.)

Rock-A-Bye, Bikke

SOMEone’s a bit on the sleppy side, wouldn’t you say? (Thrown off by yesterday’s holiday.)

Snorgler on the Orient Express

Agent Romanoff glanced furtively about. The man in the tortoise-shell glasses, pretending to read the paper — she’d seen him once before, in Tangiers. So they were onto her at last. There would be others, she knew, watching her every move. Now she would need her wits about her if she hoped to smuggle the kitten to Moscow for debriefing.

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From The Netherlands With Loff

1211“On offer, for your consideration: Bink de Ruyter.

I have lost count on how many Rules apply, but there is definitely:

* A sunbeam!
* A very fluffy tummy-area!
* Tuesday toebeans on show! With mixed colors!

Please? Pretty please? With toebeans on top?

Love from The Netherlands, Annemieke & Bink de Ruyter.”

Obviously, I Can’t Reach The Pedals

[If someone could hop in and DRIVE me to the pet food store, I’d be grateful.]

Hey, Bro! You Work Out?

A rather physically imposing ‘Roo has decided to hang out in a Brisbane, Australia neighborhood. Crickey!


(Mashable.)

Norbert’s Holiday High-Five

Secret Squirrel

… and when Victor returned to his birdhouse that evening, little did he realize that shadowy agents from the NSA (Neighborhood Squirrel Alliance) were listening in on his every move…

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Via Robert Engberg.

Well, HELLO There, Milo!

tumblr_nnqlmvLdAm1s6169qo1_1280Milo is showing off some TERRIFIC Side-Eye. Good JOB, Milo!

Quick Snack

[Won’t be a second, lemme just get a quick slurp here, and will you HOLD STILL? I’m flapping these 200 times per second here!

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(Imgur.)

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