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    Watch A Possible Tornado Toss A Car Like It’s Nothing

    Security camera footage captured strong winds lifting a car clear off the ground in Hamburg, New York, on Thursday, before setting it back down in a new position. It’s unclear whether a tornado did in fact touch down, but either way, this poor car getting tossed around like a tricycle is another example of the incredible powers of Mother Nature.

    Another angle of the incident shows what appears to be a funnel quickly moving through the neighborhood as the car is briefly lifted off the ground.

    h/t Mashable

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    An Intruder Definitely Trashed Her Kitchen…It Just Wasn’t The Burglar She Expected

    When Hannah Wilson realized there was an intruder in her Ireland home, she was probably expecting it to be, well, a person.

    But as she walked into the kitchen and noticed something running around and knocking down everything in sight, she probably felt a little relief after seeing that it wasn’t human at all — followed by frustration that the creature was absolutely trashing the room.

    None of her cups, dishes, or plants were safe from the critter’s wake of destruction.

    None of her cups, dishes, or plants were safe from the critter's wake of destruction.
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    Fortunately, only one vase got smashed in the chaos, but it wasn’t for lack of effort.

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    Watch as the obviously terrified kitty tries to obey the woman’s commands and escape through the window. I can’t help but feel bad for the poor thing!

    Hopefully the little fluffball found its way back home after that memorable experience. Share if you’ve ever had an unexpected furry visitor in your house!

    h/t ViralNova.com

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    Pilot Dodges Highway Traffic, Road Sign & Overpass in Incredible Emergency Landing (VIDEOS)

    A pilot flying a Cessna 206 plane was forced to make a daring emergency landing on a Long Island highway Wednesday, dodging traffic among other obstacles. Drivers on the motorway managed to capture amazing footage of the extraordinary moment on camera.

    Pilot Jim O’Donnell had just taken off from Brookhaven Calabro Airport in Shirley when his plane experienced a sudden mechanical failure.

    Luckily nobody was injured in the incident.

    Editor’s note: profanity warning

    “It wasn’t good, but here I am,” O’Donnell told ABC7“No bent metal.”

    O’Donnell knew he was unlikely to reach his destination of Eagles Nest Airport in New Jersey, and was forced to take matters into his own hands to avoid disaster.

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    O’Donnell’s Cessna touched down on Sunrise Highway at approximately 1 pm local time but only after successfully navigating the traffic already on the road, dodging a highway sign and flying under an overpass without even a scratch on the plane, which rolled to a stop on the hard shoulder.

    “From what we understand, from the preliminary information, is he came in over the street sign that stretches across the westbound Sunrise Highway and was able to land in between that and the overpass,” Suffolk County police Chief of Department Stuart Cameron said, as cited by ABC.

    “And he came in under the overpass. He kind of threaded the needle there, and it looks like he did a pretty nice job under the circumstances. He didn’t hit any cars, and no one got hurt,” Cameron added.

    Just hours before, a helicopter reportedly carrying Shane McMahon, the son of WWE CEO Vince McMahon, was forced to make an emergency landing in the Atlantic ocean offshore of Gilgo Beach, New Jersey. There were no injuries reported in that incident either.

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    Family Heirloom From WWII Veteran Turns Out To Be A Live Mini-Bomb

    Jeremy Bechen was cleaning the garage of his family’s home on School St. in Whitman, Massachusetts when he found an old family heirloom his grandfather brought back after serving in the Navy in WWII.

    “My parents had always told me that this was a dummy – not a real device – and on closer inspection you can see the charge in there,” Bechen said to Boston 25 News. “It was kind of a heart-skip moment. You look down the tail pipe of it and see, ‘Oh, there’s something in there!’”

    Bechen, a chemistry major, was concerned the “dummy” wasn’t quite as inert as his family believed. He photographed the small but heavy mini-bomb and delivered the serial number to authorities.

    Police arrived with a fire and bomb technician to inspect the family keepsake. Portions of School St. were closed during the inspection. “It was wild. It was a huge production,” Bechen said. “The police were pretty excited. I mean, it’s Whitman. When’s the last time you’ve had some incident like this?” After taking a closer look, experts confirmed the bomb was no dud.

    “It is not uncommon for older veterans to have war souvenirs and for relatives to find them when the veteran passes away or moves for care in old age,” Jennifer Mieth, public information officer for the State Fire Marshal’s Office, told Boston 25 in an email. “In this case the souvenir was an old practice bomb that was determined to be live.”

    “The correct thing to do is contact local law enforcement who will work with the State Police bomb squad to remove the item,” she continued. “In most cases the items are inert but they must be treated as if they are live until we can be sure they are not.”

    Watch the video below for more information about the live bomb that sat in a veteran’s garage for nearly 8 decades.

    Like and share this post if you thought the story was interesting. Please leave a comment on Facebook and let us know what you thought!

    The post Family heirloom from WWII veteran turns out to be a live mini-bomb appeared first on nicerdays.org.

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    Cockatoo Lets Out A Big Fart And His Reaction Afterwards Is Hilarious

    Cockatoos are smart. They’re some of the smartest birds around. They also love to be around people. They can mimic a lot of different sounds, not only just words that people say. Just watch the video below and listen to the sounds he makes!

    The owners had to record it after they heard him do it the first time.

    Birds don’t really fart but this one makes a pretty close case for it. Looks like he doesn’t want to take the blame judging by how quickly he makes his exit.

    TOO FUNNY!

    How do you like this video? Feel free to let us know in the Facebook comments, and remember to like and share.

    The post Cockatoo lets out a big fart, but I lost it when I saw his reaction afterwards appeared first on nicerdays.org.

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    Shelter Vets Are Investigating This Rescue Dog For Attacking His Best Friend

    Life behind bars isn’t easy, and while it’s rough for human beings who are sentenced to hard time, it’s no picnic for dogs, either. For pups who find themselves locked up, the wait for their forever homes can be unbearable.

    For those who are lucky, the wait before they are placed in the arms of families who love them is a short one. However, for some dogs, their “sentence” can go on for way too long.

    One animal shelter in Wisconsin decided to make the most of one particular dog’s extended stay in “lockup.” They staged a hilarious “crime” and shared it to social media. The verdict? Guilty as charged…

    Hank the dog has always been a favorite at the Fox Valley Humane Association in Wisconsin. He and his best friend, a stuffed purple hippo appropriately named—you guessed it—Fuzzy Purple Hippo, were known and loved by everyone in the shelter. That’s why what happened next was so unsettling.

    One morning, Fuzzy Purple Hippo was found in pieces! “Dr. Laura is currently performing life-saving surgery to repair the near-decapitation,” wrote the shelter on social media. “Details of the incident which caused the injury are murky, as Hank is refusing to answer our questions. (Yes, we have tried sternly asking, ‘What did you DO??’ But he only looks away with a guilty look on his face).”

    “Please keep the Fuzzy Purple Hippo in your thoughts.” Fortunately, the stuffed purple hippo survived the emergency medical treatment. “She is groggy from pain medication and her demeanor seems a bit flat, but we are hopeful for a full recovery,” said the shelter in an update.

    For reasons that were inexplicable to shelter employees, it was clear that Hank was the perpetrator of this violent attack. “Since yesterday’s casual questioning brought no results, Hank was brought in for a formal interrogation into the assault of his companion, the Fuzzy Purple Hippo,” the shelter said. “As of 11:00am Hank’s jowls remain firmly closed regarding the incident.”

    As the shelter authorities did their best to coax a confession out of Hank, Fuzzy Purple Hippo waged her own quiet battle against the trauma of the attack. She worked through the experience of being dismembered by her best friend with a shelter therapist.

    Hank knew his rights and smartly lawyered up. (How he called the lawyer remains a mystery.) “Hank met with his Humane Officer-appointed attorney this morning to discuss the allegations of hippossault,” the shelter reported. “Although no formal charges have been filed, there are no other suspects at this time. His attorney has advised him to plead the 5th.”

    The shelter was divided and the tension grew thick as supporters of the errant dog began to march up and down outside the shelter, making their feelings known. “Woof! Grrrrr,” said one beagle interviewed for this story.

    Realizing that the case was bigger than anyone at the shelter ever expected, they brought in Police Chief Thomas, along with police puppy in training, Blue, to inspect the scene. At first, Blue was distracted by the bowl of water and the smells of all the other dogs. He paused to briefly, nervously, pee on the floor. “Give him time,” said Chief Thomas, presumably lighting a giant cigar. “Give him time.”

    Chief Thomas’s instincts about Blue’s professional prowess proved to be correct. Before too long, Blue identified a clump of stuffing that proved to be a direct match the stuffing that was once inside Fuzzy Purple Hippo. Parents, you might want to ask your children to leave the room before you look at the gruesome image below…

    But then, a surprising twist! It turns out that Hank hadn’t attacked Fuzzy Purple Hippo at all! In fact, after she had tried to escape the kennel in the night to get some treats, it was his presence that probably kept her alive until help came. Cleared of all charges, Hank was freed into the loving custody of his new family.

    And, of course, Fuzzy Purple Hippo came, too. What an amazing story! It’s exceptional how much attention and internet fame this goofy story brought to the animal shelter.

    Share this hilarious “crime” with your friends!

    h/t Honest to Paws

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    They Were Out On A Boat When They Saw Splashing. Next Came A Dramatic Rescue

    We hear all the time about how dangerous riptides and strong ocean currents can be.

    Especially in the summer when people are headed to the beach, we’re told to brush up on the dangers and be alert. People do still get pulled out to sea all the time, however, and sometimes need to be rescued. The entire beach pitched in to save a family caught in a riptide recently. If their fellow beachgoers hadn’t done something to help, they could have drowned.

    The fact is that people aren’t the only animals that can be swept up in these currents. In Sri Lanka, elephants often hang out near the beach, and when a Navy warship was out on patrol, they saw a ton of splashing in the water. What followed was a dramatic 12-hour rescue of a scared and exhausted pachyderm.

    Watch as they help the elephant, who struggles to stay afloat, by guiding it to shore using ropes and people in the water.

    Wow! I’m so glad they spotted the poor animal and that they were able to help. Share this to remind the people in your life that even elephants can’t avoid the strongest ocean currents, so vigilance in the water is key.

     

    h/t ViralNova.com

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    Watch: Machete vs. Trash Can! Wild Street Fight in NYC Caught on Camera

    An altercation on an Upper West Side street took a bizarre turn on Wednesday morning – and a witness caught most of it on video.

    Police say the street fight started when one of the men was walking along the street looking at his phone and another man – identified as Luis Roman – made a comment about him not paying attention and threatened him by flashing a gun clip.

    From the New York Post:

    Witness Paul Tena, who tweeted out footage of the fight, told the West Side Rag blog he turned on his camera when he saw the pedestrian respond by throwing a garbage can at Roman’s car — and the driver emerged with a machete and chased the trash thrower back to the median.

    The clip starts with the pedestrian dragging another garbage pail across the busy street as Roman waggles the blade on the sidewalk — while his female companion tries to put herself between the two.

    Here is Tena’s footage:

    Roman – who is an Metropolitan Transportation Authority security guard – was arrested by the NYPD. He reportedly had a gun and the machete. Roman faces charges of assault, criminal mischief, criminal possession of a weapon, and menacing.

    In the video, the Roman appears to have blood on his shirt as he leaves the scene. Police said the man in red (who has not been named, and apparently was not arrested for some reason) hurt his hand, but that no serious injuries were reported.

    The MTA had no comment on the incident, reports NBC.

    Contributed by Lily Dane of The Daily Sheeple.

    Lily Dane is a staff writer for The Daily Sheeple. Her goal is to help people to “Wake the Flock Up!”

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    Bear Wanders Into Wyoming House, Poops, And Leaves

    A bear in Wyoming decided to give a man a bit of a startle on when it wandered into the home he was renting, pooped on the floor twice, and abruptly left.

    Leaving only it’s excrement behind, the bear made its way back into the woods after his short tour of the Jackson, Wyoming house.  Max Breiter said he woke up from his nap to nap to discover a bear inside his home, and the animal “took two poops” before wandering away.

    Breiter said he was sleeping when the bear first entered his home on Upper Cache Creek Drive in Jackson.  But he didn’t wake up to the sound of the bear defecating in his house, he woke to the sound of his 10-pound dog, Rocky, yelping. Breiter said he got up to take the dog outside, but he spotted a large animal in the kitchen that he initially mistook for a large dog. “At first I thought it was a dog,” Breiter told the Jackson Hole News & Guide, “but I started to wake up and realize it was a bear.”

    The bear left a paw print on Breiter’s window as evidence of its breaking and entering.

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    Rocky, Breiter’s dog, was enclosed in a nearby room when he began his barking. The confinement turned out to be fortuitous.  Breiter didn’t let Rocky out right away either. Instead, he and the bear began an eight- to 10-second staring match followed by the realization that he was face to face with one of the earth’s most feared animals. Once Breiter woke up fully to realize what was happening, he made a mad dash away from the bear that had taken over the kitchen to the safety of a locked bathroom. A flurry of calls went out to seven people who were also in the house at the time as a warning. They also locked themselves inside rooms.

    The bear walked into the living room and took two poops on the floor,” Breiter said, “and then it broke out of a screen window and proceeded to run down the hill.” Homeowner Sandy Hessler was in Montreal at the time of the incident but was updated on the curious bear’s tour of the house by her daughter and roommates. “I’m not sure what to do because we have the windows open all the time,” Hessler said. “The whole idea that we could be sleeping and a bear walks in, I’ve never thought about it.”

    Wyoming Fish and Game have said they will take action against the bear unless it returns to the home again.

    I suppose we now have the answer to the question, “Does a bear poop in the woods?” Answer: not always.

    Contributed by Dawn Luger of The Daily Sheeple.

    Dawn Luger is a staff writer and reporter for The Daily Sheeple. Wake the flock up – follow Dawn’s work at our Facebook or Twitter.

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    Cop Recovers Little Girl’s Stolen Dinosaur, Then Documents Their Epic Overnight Adventures

    A dad in La Plata, Maryland got the shock of his life when he recently surveyed some security footage and found a video of a woman walking into his front yard and stealing his daughter Evie’s favorite toys.

    The toys– two dinosaurs– were under an apple tree when a complete stranger nonchalantly snatched them and walked away.

    The dad, Jason Hendricks, posted a video of the dino-napping along with the status below.

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    Posted by Jason Hendricks on Sunday, July 16, 2017

    Friends and neighbors commented on the video, expressing their surprise and anger. Then one friend commented, tagging Sgt. Robert Bagley of the La Plata Police. The moment Officer Bagley (AKA “Bobby”) saw the post, he was on the case!

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    Bobby soon posted a photo of a black dino saying he’d “recovered it,” then set off to find its brother.

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    Meanwhile, he took the one found dinosaur to the Emergency Room to recover from the trauma of getting stolen.

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    The dino accompanied Bobby on his mission, stopping only to get a quick workout in and “listen to some tunes.”

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    They spent a long night doing police work…

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    …and getting a little pampered.

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    The dino was even deputized as a Junior La Plata Police Officer!

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    Unfortunately, Evie’s green dinosaur was never found, but she’ll surely never forget the adventure a kind cop went on to find him!

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    Share this cop and dino’s adventure to spread a smile today!

    The post Cop Recovers Little Girl’s Stolen Dinosaur, Then Documents Their Epic Overnight Adventures. appeared first on InspireMore.

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    Girl Decapitates Venomous Snake, Gets Disturbing Surprise Seconds Later

    You know that trope in horror movies where the killer or monster appears dead, but briefly comes back alive for one big scare before effectively dying for good? Well, apparently, that can happen in real life. Jill-Scott Mollett and her husband Avery’s daughters found a cottonmouth snake – more commonly known as the very deadly black moccasin snake – in the flowerbed of their home in Texas. Immediately, Avery rushed to cut off its head with the closest tool he could find: tree loppers.

    But as the snake’s head came off, it actually lashed around and bared its fangs for a few more seconds before going limp. Woah! Terrifying!

    Mollett recorded a video of the incident and posted it on Facebook, where it went viral and gained a multitude of comments, some saying that the snake should have been left alone and others praising the family for its quick action.

    A bite from this snake can result in the need to amputate limbs. However, it is not commonly fatal if treated.

    h/t Crispy Whisper

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