This little guy isn’t a professionally trained dish washer – he learned it by closely studying a human every single day. I don’t want to talk trash about such a hard worker, but he might be a little OCD.
You might ask, why is a studly monkey like Pete spending his days babysitting and doing chores? Read the full story of Pete the Monkey here and find out.
While filming a National Geographic doc on the migration of elephants in West Africa, cameraman Bob Poole was confronted by Mother Nature having a nervous breakdown. A gigantic sand storm suddenly erupted and plunged the entire area into complete ‘redness’, like the surface of Mars. Bob kept his camera rolling like a maniac true professional, and came back with this stunning footage:
Get this…I just found out there’s actually a new epidemic called “Post-Pandora Depression”. People are getting the blues after realizing that Pandora, the utopian touchy-feely planet from “Avatar”, doesn’t exist and there ain’t nothing even close to it on our planet. Seriously – there are entire blogs devoted to this and serious articles written about it in legitimate publications like Psychology Today!
Anyway, if you’ve seen the movie (and you probably have considering it just surpassed “Titanic” as the highest grossing film worldwide with currently $1.859 billion), you’ll remember those huge blue plants that disappear lightning-fast into the ground when they’re touched. Well, right here on our depressing planet, there’s a type of coral called Sea Pen that’s very similar. If you happen to know someone with “Post-Pandora Depression”, send them this video and talk them off the ledge.
Without being too metaphysically cheesy, there are times in life when we suddenly see something that makes us feel at peace…we can’t explain it, but it just feels right. (OK, maybe that was cheesy, but you know what I mean.)
I saw these sprinklers in Central Park this morning, and had to share them. Take a quick break from your hectic day and enjoy some unexpected zen…