Looking back, looking forward Five days from today, the 10-year-anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil will be observed. As individuals and as a country, we will not only be reflecting on what we felt like that day, but how those feelings affected decisions we made and what those decisions led to. Of course, that's not until Sunday. For now, here's the dog with the biggest ears. [Huff Post Weird]
What a croc! When wildlife authorities in the Philippines captured a 21-foot long saltwater crocodile alive and loaded it on to a truck, it didn't break loose from its chains on the highway, launch its massive frame through the windshield of a passing car, and messily devour the driver. But if it HAD, we'd be all over that. So, anyway, how are you? I'm good. Here's some video of a big crocodile, if you're into that. [CNN]
Choppy air Sky waitress breaks legendary silence on how 9/11 changed her job. Includes the following amazing sentence, which I am almost positive is not a joke: "In training, instead of learning how to serve caviar without clinking the tiny silver spoon against the plate, flight attendants were taught something new: karate." [CNN]
Recipe for disaster And you thought that philosophy degree was worthless. [Eater]
Lame, set, match Do you hate watching tennis? Perhaps then you'll enjoy this thoughtful 20-image photo gallery of soggy tennis fans, looking miserable during the US Open's rain delay. [USOpen.org]
You dig? People in Las Vegas pay hundreds of dollars to pretend to be construction workers. For an extra benjamin, maybe they'll teach you how to make that "tssst" sound at ladies' butts. [Videogum]
Seal of approval The brutal thing about this clip is this guy practiced this seal impression until it was perfect. [DailyWhat]
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