A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

September 5, 2017 | 6 Comments » | Topics: Interesting

Police dog saluted before being put down (Middletown, CT)

Be there, if you can.

The vet can be a very scary place for animals – they don’t understand what all these noises and smells are, or why these strangers are poking and prodding them. Do you want them to experience that fear alone? And have it be their very last memory? Your pet doesn’t know what we are doing or why – they only know that you are there, that you said it’s ok, that you love them.


Lumberton, TX 9/3/17


When you don’t have flood insurance, but you do have fire insurance 


Grandmother being jet ski’d out of her living room in Houston 


Everyone from the assisted living center that flooded in Dickinson TX are all safe,warm, and dry.



Guy saves his BMW from the harvey flood waters 


How To Save A Flooded Car


Busses carrying pilgrims in Mecca looks like cassette tapes 


Lighthouses at Burning Man

How Was Burning Man?


Possibly the best concert/theatre location in the world…Red Rocks Amphitheater


Tokyo is Massive


This is a Serval (a 30lb cat from Africa that mostly eats rodents and birds). They can jump 10 feet vertically to catch flying birds.


Five generations of women in a family


A 1965 Aston Martin DBR1 was sold for $22,550,000 USD, making it the most expensive British car to sell at an auction.


The world’s smallest woman and her husband 


German Navy SEALs (Kampfschwimmers) during training in 2017


México has no net neutrality laws. This is what it really looks like. No mockup, glimpse into a possible future for the US

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  • Alejandro Flores Camargo

    About the last picture… I live in Mexico City and I can tell you those cellphone plans are great! What those companies are offering is quite different than what the post says. With any plan you get unlimited access to those social networks and apps without using any of your data. I don’t know about you but that is pretty cool. 🙂

    • calmdownbro

      They also do that in my country, like you have unlimited social media data (really useful…. not), but limited normal use. But yeah, it’s more scaremongering than anything.

      Ps.: I REALLY hate such packages, they are trash and all executives should be shot who came up with the plan. I mean I can post foods on Instagram, but cannot look up police news, or important information that might be life saving or crucial? This world really deserves a nuclear war.

    • Pauly Incorrect

      What sounds pretty cool is having no restrictions and not having to choose nor monitor usage. That definitely sounds cooler.

  • Brad Punch

    Current exchange rate 500 pesos = 28.03 dollars. Sounds pretty good to me:)

  • Pauly Incorrect

    Am I the only one who took one glance at the world’s smallest woman, then her husband’s shirt, and wondered if she could fit in a condom?

  • jay

    So the argument for Net neutrality here is: In Mexico with no net neutrality laws, you can get unlimited usage for a high price, or you can get limited usage for a much lower price. It’s not clear to me why that’s obviously bad. Sure, if I could get unlimited use for $80 or limited use for $80, of course I’d choose unlimited. But if I could get unlimited use for$80 or limited use for $30, which is the best deal for me would depend on how much I use.