Abundant showers mean brilliant flowers for a California desert.
Canyons, sands and badlands are now speckled with yellows, purples and pinks inside the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
After years of severe drought, California experienced one of its wettest winters on record. Those rains have fueled a once-in-a-decade wildflower “super bloom” in the park seen in drone footage captured on a sunny day earlier this week.
It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day, which means it’s time to celebrate and have your once-a-year pint of sickeningly dark beer.
If you’re gearing up to get absolutely wasted this St. Paddy’s Day, watch this MVP knock back a pint of Guinness in about 15 seconds, all while standing on his head.
His form is impressive and we’re confident that he could surely drink us all under the table.
We don’t recommend trying this at home, but if you’re down to partake in this “St. Patrick’s Day Challenge” anyway, we suggest doing it on your first beer, not your last. Read more…
It seems like we go through this every month, but forget everything you think you know about the Cars series because the game has been forever changed.
YouTubers The Film Theorists, who spend most of their time completely obliterating any innocent convictions you have about your favorite childhood movies, have come up with a brand new lens through which to watch the Pixar films. This theory focuses specifically on Cars but also touches on some of the messed up implications that this theory has on other Pixar films.
This is just going to keep happening until Pixar finally comes up with a canon of their own. But until then, I look forward to the next Pixar theory that ruins my childhood. And if I had to guess, it’s probably going to be that all the toys in Toy Story were serial killers in their past lives and being toys is their Hell or something. Read more…