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(LONDON, ENGLAND) -- A Canadian goose was found wandering along a major freeway in London. The Highways Agency called the Wildlife Aid Foundation to come and rescue the bird. The goose wasn’t interested in being caught and instead of flying away, it kept running as cars continued racing down the road. To protect the goose and the drivers, the Highways Agency put up a roadblock until the bird was safely captured. Volunteer vet Cristina and volunteer rescuer Ron found the goose on the side of the road in the brush and climbed up to rescue it. They took the animal for an exam and found out why the goose wasn’t flying. One of its wings was not only broken, it was shattered. They put a splint on it, and after it’s healed they hope to be able to return it to the wild. The Wildlife Aid Foundation is an all-volunteer facility dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned animals.
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WARNING: You are about to hear a lot of the bad four-letter words... but bear with us. This video starring a string of adorable little girls in princess outfits dropping F-bombs like it's going out of style hits you hard. It was created by FCKH8.com. It poses the (really good) question: What's more offensive? That these pint-sized princesses are cussing oh so much? Or the actual statistics about equal pay for women and rape? This one's a talker, to say the least.
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Leslie had some very special news to share with her husband. The couple had been trying to get pregnant for a year, so when she received a positive test, Leslie surprised her man with something subtle. It turns out that her Halloween shirt had a secret message on it. How awesome is that?
(PASADENA, CA) -- Levy had been saving up for his marriage proposal since he was 12, long before he met Tiffany, the girl of his dreams. The day started with Tiffany being surprised by her sister and best friend because Levy bought 18 round trip tickets for all of her friends and family, who came to California for the big event. The ladies got their nails done, went to lunch and helped Tiffany shop for a new dress. Along the way, Levy left notes for her to read. At the end of the day, she was led blindfolded into the Rose Bowl, the place where the couple first met over four years earlier. After all that planning and work, Tiffany said yes, and everyone came running onto the Rose Bowl field to celebrate the couple’s engagement. Candlelight Films captured the entire amazing event on film.
"Tuck Me In" was the winner of a film festival that forced filmmakers to direct movies in under a minute. The horror short is the perfect film to watch to give you the spooks this Halloween season.
FONDA, NY -- A group of men with the company American Geode were out “rockhounding,” which means mining and digging for gems, in upstate New York. On this particular day, they found a giant Herkimer Diamond. The area has been mined for a long time and is known to have many of these gems, but they’re usually not as big or as clear as the one they found. Herkimer Diamond is a generic name for a double-terminated quartz crystal that is usually found in and around Herkimer County, New York. New York State Senator James Seward is working on legislation to name the Herkimer Diamond the state mineral.
A cat appears to be fascinated with a drainage hole at the top of a three-story building. A guy named George quickly grabbed his camera and started recording as the cat crawled halfway out of the hole, dangling in the air. Instead of backing up and onto the roof, the feline tried to climb up the wall and lost its grip. It plummeted three stories and spread its legs wide to attempt to slow down the descent. Miraculously, the cat appeared uninjured as it landed on all fours and quickly ran away. The reason cats can survive a fall like that is because they have a large surface area in proportion to their weight, reducing the force at which they hit the ground.