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Nick Barnicle celebrates Beantown with his moving tribute video to the city. His "One Boston" video is meant to give back to the community he says will forever be a part of him and his family. He hopes to raise funds with this short film to help raise money for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. Watch what Barnicle calls his small contribution to help the city get back on its feet. If you want to help, visit OneFundBoston.org.
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This woman's bad week only got worse after she took her woes out on an older man and the cops. After all was said and done, the woman was super embarrassed and just wanted to hug it out.
Is Wiley truly devastated at grandma's passing or is he having a reverse sneeze fit? You decide. The deceased woman's granddaughter uploaded this video that shows her wolf crying at her grandmother's gravesite. She explains Wiley had not done that before and has not huffed and puffed like this since. Wiley is a service wolf that helps veterans returning from war who suffer from PTSD through a program called Warriors and Wolves with the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center.
Watch a Skype with Wiley's owners.
This good Samaritan learned the hard way that "no good deed goes unpunished." When he stopped to help a pedestrian who he though was in need of aid, he was repaid by having his car stolen.
Can you believe what this guy makes this little girl do? It seems that there is a thief in training, but the joke is on them. Watch to find out what they ended up with after all that.
Jack Vale and Magic of Rahat teamed up to pull a pretty generous prank (in two parts). They made it literally rain money and caught the ensuing dash for cash on camera. It's a nice gesture, but the people's excitement looks a little like greed from some angles.
Dogs have been coined as "man's best friend" for their undying loyalty to their owners. So, when this Xochimilco, Mexico woman abandoned her dog on the side of the road and drove off, the loyal pooch began following her, running beside her car for over a kilometer. When the motorist filming the scene finally caught up to the woman, she tried to deny that she was casting out the animal. The man behind the camera told the woman that he captured the entire thing on film and that he would be uploading it online, reminding her that the dog is a living creature.
Commander Chris Hadfield is at it again, teaching us stuck-on-Earthlings what it's like in the zero gravity of space. Take tears for example: if you cry in space, do your tears fall? Watch to find out exactly what space tears do!
Baroness Margaret Thatcher died following a stroke on Monday morning, according to Telegraph. She was 87. Thatcher, who served 11 years as Britain's first female prime minister, was brought back into the spotlight in 2011 when Meryl Streep played her in the Academy Award winning movie, The Iron Lady. Penny Junor, who wrote a biography of the former Prime Minister in 1983, said Thatcher "came to politics for all the right reasons... she had real conviction about what she wanted to do."
After a vehicle was stolen from a dealership in Cobb County, Georgia, a mix-up led to a pastor and his wife being pulled over by cops with guns drawn. The couple states that the unfortunate incident has traumatized them, and they are now suing the dealership, the manager, and his wife who made the 911 call that led to the felony stop.
Mark Rober went "under-unibrow" to see just how bad unibrow discrimination really is. His hypothesis was that people are far less willing to engage in a conversation with someone who has a unibrow. His findings were unfortunate, but perhaps not unexpected. What do you think- shave it or save it?
The National Mill Dog Rescue in Peyton, Colorado rescued Lizzy in March, and these are her first steps on grass. Confined to a small cage for 12 years, Lizzy seemed a little unsure about the soft green stuff she'd never seen before.
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