When police pulled over Arthur Lee Thompson, he immediately denied doing anything wrong. But he sure was about to. The 38-year-old Summerville, South Carolina man begin to fight with the officer, and in the confusion, Thompson managed to jump into the cop’s unoccupied cruiser, and take it on a terrifying 100 mph-plus joyride right down the middle of a busy two-lane road.
And the whole incident? Captured on a security camera mounted in the dashboard.
In a final act of loyalty, Hawkeye, the dog of slain Navy SEAL U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Jon T. Tumilson walked up to his fallen master’s casket during the funeral in Rockford, Iowa, and then laid mournfully down beside the body for the rest of the proceedings.
In a study that anyone who works in an office will heartily embrace, researchers found that spending small parts of the day wasting time on the Internet makes workers more productive because it acts to mentally refresh them.
Women have long turned to body-shaping undergarments to present a sleeker figure — now, men can too. Asda, Britain’s answer to Wal-Mart, is now selling the male equivalent of popular girdle brand Spanx (jokingly called Manx) for about ten bucks an undie.
Let’s face it. We’ve all Facebook-stalked somebody we used to date, or somebody we’d like to date, or even somebody we’re currently dating. YouTube personality Jessica Frech has immortalized this cultural touchstone in her song “Facebook Creeping.”
We’ve seen some pretty heartwarming homecoming scenes involving military personnel and their family over the years. Humans don’t have a monopoly on ecstatic welcomes, though — when this massive great dane named Emmitt Thunderpaws sees his master return home from deployment, he gives him a touching, slobbery embrace for the ages.
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