Snoopy flash mob in NYC recreates Christmas special [VIDEO] Dec. 21 (UPI) -- A group of New Yorkers gathered in the streets to recreate the iconic dance scene in "A Charlie Brown Christmas." The dancers were out in full costume, doing the same kooky dances as the children in the cartoon, complete with Linus with his blanket and Schroeder on a teeny tiny piano. And of course Snoopy, the dog himself, makes an appears to get down with the group. [Mashable] © 2013 United Press International, Inc. All Rights Reserved. BACK TO THE FUTURE : Irina Werning - Photographer I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them. To Dance Is a Radical Act To dance is a radical act. To think about dance, to study dance, or to practice dance in this 21st century is a radical act. Why? Because if dancing matters—if dancing makes a difference to how we humans think and feel and act-then dancing challenges the values that fund modern western cultures. How so? 1. .
14 Things You'll Only Find At A Chinese Walmart It seems like you can find anything at your local Wal-Mart, and most of the products are of course made in China these days. But that doesn’t mean that you’ll feel at home when you walk into a Wal-Mart in China. It’s quite the contrary based on these pictures. After all, China is known for its exotic, if not eccentric, food tastes. The Exorcist Scary Maze Game Guide the dot through the scary maze to the red square without hitting the walls. It starts to get interesting around the fourth level. Clearing the maze on level 2 shouldn't be too hard but level 3 is another story. To play through this third maze level requires real skill to get past - you might not do it on your first attempt. Not to give too much away, this game is also called The Exorcist Maze Game and Scary Maze Game. This scary game is a funny prank to play on your friends (as long as they can manage their way through all the mazes).
Minds are as clever as they will ever be, say scientists It’s all downhill from here â we are as clever as we are ever going to be, scientists have concluded. If our brains were to evolve any further, it would increase the risk of disorders such as autism. Our grey matter has hit an evolutionary âsweet spotâ â with theÂ perfect balance between high intelligence and a balanced personality. But scientists claim that, if our brains did become more advanced, we would be more likely to develop disorders such as autism or synaesthesia, where several senses âjoin togetherâ and are indistinguishable. Becoming super-intelligent would also increase the chances of us concentrating too hard on tiny details of life and missing the wider picture.
25 Dad Jokes to Make Your Kids Groan The greatest gift is the gift of laughter. There's nothing more satisfying than sharing a pun on Father's Day. After your kids have given you their hugs and homemade macaroni cards, show them gratitude in the form of a classic dad joke. Even some dads at Mashable are joining in on the fun, and sharing some of their go-to fatherly zingers. Your kids' groans and eye rolls may seem like disapproval, but they really can't get enough of your hilarious antics. Why our minds have probably evolved as far as they can go SExpand OK..this is going to sound like I am tooting my own horn...but this is my experience, and all experiences are equally valid right? I have an almost photographic memory. I remember almost everything I pay attention to. I can tell your the fifth word on page 138 or the current edition of Starship Troopers for example.
Comments Alex Scott Some say that the last cat is still flying. 390 · Today at 1:57am Bob Davies 1. Dangers of Crying It Out Letting babies "cry it out" is an idea that has been around since at least the 1880s when the field of medicine was in a hullaballoo about germs and transmitting infection and so took to the notion that babies should rarely be touched (see Blum, 2002 , for a great review of this time period and attitudes towards childrearing). In the 20 th century, behaviorist John Watson (1928), interested in making psychology a hard science, took up the crusade against affection as president of the American Psychological Association. He applied the mechanistic paradigm of behaviorism to child rearing, warning about the dangers of too much mother love. The 20 th century was the time when "men of science" were assumed to know better than mothers, grandmothers and families about how to raise a child. Too much kindness to a baby would result in a whiney, dependent, failed human being. Funny how "the experts" got away with this with no evidence to back it up!
Top 10 ‘SNL’ Moments When The Cast Broke Out In Uncontrollable Laughter This past weekend on Saturday Night Live a magical thing happened — the cast of SNL and the episode’s host, Ryan Gosling, all broke character. It’s not unheard of for SNL cast members to break character; Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler did a whole song about this on the SNL 40 special last spring. The combination of sleep deprivation, very talented comedians and the show’s breakneck development pace ensures that there are going to be breaks even from the strictest comedian.