Peeping owls, the demon dog and a face for the ages.

GO AHEAD. THROW THE STICK: I demon-dog dare you. throw+the+stick.+go+ahead.+(source)

THENANIGANS UPDATE: Caine, the Los Angeles boy who was the center of a flashmob surrounding his homemade arcade receives a phenomenal gift. This story keeps on getting better. Then there's this: the three economic lessons we can all learn from Caine's arcade.

IF YOU AREN'T MAD, YOU AREN'T PAYING ATTENTION: I've said it before and I will say it again, you will never be able to compete with corporations when it comes to anything our Congress is responsible for. Here's the latest indignation: those companies that spend the most money lobbying Congress for lower taxes, pay significantly lower...taxes. TA-DA!



Celebrity photographer Andy Gotts shot this remarkable picture of the legendary Lauren Bacall. I love that Lauren has aged naturally. She looks wonderful. Points to her.

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE EFFING KIDDING ME: This is just ab out the dumbest thing I've ever seen. And that's saying something.

WHY YES...I imagine this is true.

DUDES, EXPLAINED: At least where the big game is concerned.



FOR PROFIT COLLEGES: They are, by and large, worthless. And, you are paying for them. This is noxious.

INCOMING! Well this is embarrassing. Not to mention bumpy.

POLE PARTY: The last thing you'd expect on your solitary expedition to the North Pole would be this.



OH HELLS NO: This is NASTY and the people who take part in this "art installation" gross me the hell out.

SEVEN SWANS A SWIMMING: But, sadly for this guy, it only took one to take him out. This is crazy sad.

NOT-SO-RHETORICAL QUESTION OF THE DAY: So, why do we have to put up with this s**t then?

SWAGGER: Happy Birthday to Tim Curry.

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY: This one has something to do with the durability of commonplace appliances. Also, a commentary on American made SUV's.

TECH STORY OF THE DAY: North Korea's official website is an off-the-rack on-the-cheap type of deal. 

THENANIGANS UPDATE: Uncle Ted is getting a visit from those Secret Service officials who still have a job.