In Steamboat, Colorado last Sunday, three people caused a commotion by riding their horses into local businesses. We’ve heard that cowboys and their horses are inseparable, but this is plain ridiculous.
As far as Jorge Santini, the major of San Juan, Puerto Rico is concerned, nothing says Christmas like one animal crushing the windpipe of another. Wait, what???
The mayor and his family posed for an incredibly macabre Christmas photo this year, which shows a taxidermied leopard going to town on the jugular of an unfortunate antelope. Thank you, Santini family. You’ve just given us Christmas nightmares. Check it out after the jump.
Matt Damon dressed up as Santa Claus for a promotional ad for Water.org and tried to pawn water bottles off on kids. But if there’s one thing to be learned from this clip, it’s that most kids don’t want to hear about a clean water initiative during Christmas time.
At the Arab Museum of Modern Art in Qatar, Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang used microchip-controlled explosives to make amazing patterns in the sky. It’s the coolest (and only) example of daytime fireworks we’ve ever seen.
According to Banfield Pet Hospital’s list of the top 25 dog names of 2011, some timeless dog monikers, like “Ginger,” “Sadie,” “Coco” and “Max,” are still very much in use. But other names on the list may be somewhat more unfamiliar.
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