Remember the Pizza Rat viral video from a couple of years ago? Either this is the same on...or a close relative!!
Getting a bird out of a chimney in Fresno, Ca. Hilarity ensues.
Jet Airways has given free airfare for life to a baby who was born on one of its flights.
A lucky little passenger has won free airfare for life from Indian airline Jet Airways just for being born on one of their flights. The baby boy was born prematurely on a flight from Saudi Arabia to India and was delivered by the crew and a passenger who’s a nurse.
Both mama and baby are doing well despite the early arrival at 35,000 feet. Jet Airways thanked its crew and nurse Mini Wilson for “the successful birth of the baby boy.”
The airline says in a statement, “Jet Airways commends its crew for their response and promptness that saw them successfully translate their training into life saving action.”
NBC has confirmed when "This Is Us," "Will & Grace" and more will return
Get out your calendars! NBC has announced when their slew of fall TV shows will premiere, including "The Voice," "This Is Us," and the anticipated "Will & Grace" reboot. While the first of the shows return on September 25th, fans of "Blindspot" will have to wait until October 27th to watch their favorite show again. Check out the full list below (all times are ET):
Monday, September 25th
- 8 pm. – "The Voice"
- 10 pm – "The Brave"
Tuesday, September 26th
- 8 pm – "The Voice"
- 9 pm – "This Is Us"
- 10 pm – "Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders"
Wednesday, September 27th
- 8 pm – "The Voice"
- 9 pm – "Law & Order: SVU"
- 10 pm – "Chicago P.D."
Thursday, September 28th
- 8 pm – "Superstore"
- 8:30 pm – "The Good Place"
- 9 pm – "Will & Grace"
- 9:30 pm – "Great News"
- 10 pm – "Chicago Fire"
Friday, September 29th
- 9 pm – "Dateline NBC"
Wednesday, October 4th
- 8 pm. – "The Blacklist"
Friday, October 27th
- 8 pm – "Blindspot"
Source: Entertainment Weekly
Computer giant, Dell Inc. is committed to 100% sustainable packaging by 2020.
Tech giant Dell has announced plans to use recycled ocean waste to make packaging for its laptops. They’re testing a new way to turn litter from Haiti’s beaches into trays for packaging and so far things have been “relatively successful.”
Plastic covers about 40% of the world’s ocean surfaces and eight million tons ends up there each year, so Dell is trying to solve the problem. They’ve even committed to 100% sustainable packaging by 2020.
Ocean plastic isn’t easy to harvest, all that exposure to sun and saltwater breaks it down. But Dell is now using packaging that’s made from 25% ocean plastic for their CPS 13 2-in-1 laptop. And to make sure it doesn’t end up back in the ocean, it’s stamped with the number 2 recycling symbol, which is picked up by most curbside recycling programs.
Source: Adapt Network
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