Jake Weidmann, is the youngest master penman in the United States by three generations and only one of twelve people left in the world to hold the title of master penman. His incredible work spans across numerous mediums in art and calligraphy, but he’s mostly known for his use of flourishing and hand lettering in […]
Popping bubbles, whether they’re plastic ones or soapy suds, is clearly one of life’s greatest little pleasures. But it seems we aren’t alone when it comes to finding joy in popping them. This particular pastime is a cross-species phenomenon, as proven in this delightful video by Laura the chameleon.
A 1920s vintage Dodge Brothers sedan drives down muddy roads and across muddy fields to get to the gushing oil well. For some strange reason the car has “Oil Field Dodge” painted on the side. This may be a company promotional video but it does not make driving look like any fun.
No line, rod, hook nor bait are needed in this time-honoured and mutual union between man and bird. Instead, the practice involves sending trained cormorants into the water to catch fish and bring them back alive for the fisherman’s net.