Although the first season Raised By Wolves did not gain a major following when it premiered on HBO Max in September 2020, the cerebral sci-fi show still brought in enough viewers to justify a renewal.
Because where there’s a will, there’s a way, this is a video of a small cat using everything it’s got to open a large sliding glass door and gain access to the comfortable indoors. I like how the dog just waits to come in afterwards. Also, just an fYI — the cat’s wearing a wrap around its waist due to a skin rash, that’s not an injury. Me? I’m also wearing a wrap around my nether regions due to a skin rash. The arm cast though? That was an injury. Does it smell to you?
This is some Ring security cam footage of a Woodbridge, Virginia home’s ceiling randomly collapsing. Per the homeowner: ‘Just a normal day. I went down to the basement to do some laundry. While downstairs I heard a huge crash. The basement ceiling shook. Came upstairs to find this. No one was hurt, the dogs are fine.’ Thank God the dogs are fine, that’s all I really cared about. Now, based on my professional sleuthing skills, I determined the cause of this collapse is the direct result of the owner being a Cowboys fan, as evidenced by the ‘A MAN’S BEST FRIENDS ARE HIS DOGS AND HIS TEAM’ plaque on the lefthand wall that’s exposed after the lamp falls. “And by the transitive property of mathematics, anyone willing to root for the Cowboys is probably willing to invest in a home with a ceiling held together with nothing but three playoff wins in the last 25 years!” Yeah! Or it’s really hard to properly install a ceiling from horseback with a lasso.
After his mother pulled him out of school for a spontaneous three-day road trip in May 2011, Timmothy Pitzen disappeared — and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.
Are you finding yourself in the mood for murder, most foul? Well, we have you covered with our list of the Best Crime Series on Netflix. From docuseries like The Keepers to Netflix originals like Mindhunter and Bloodline, as well as British series like Bodyguard, there should be something to tempt you below.
With 103 confirmed kills, Charles Benjamin Mawhinney holds the record for most enemies taken down by a sniper in the history of the U.S. Marine Corps.