Cool or creepy? 2020 ends with dancing robots and we’re not sure what to think
This year has been anything but normal, so it stands to reason that we end it with something that can either be cool or creepy. It all depends on how you look at it. The Boston Dynamics crew got together to celebrate the beginning of 2021 by wishing its audience a Happy New Year with robots dancing to, “Do You Love Me.”It looks like it could be a scene out of the movie “iRobot.”The video is trending as No. Check out the video below:So what do you think of the video? Let us know in the comments!
‘Kidfluencers’ are targeting your children with junk food ads
In a study published in the Journal of Pediatrics, they looked at 418 YouTube videos, 179 of the videos featured food and drinks which popped up almost 300 times in those videos. Anyone searching for children and teen videos can easily be bombarded by social media stars playing with toys, fast food, coffee, etc. Even though for decades, TV characters haven’t been allowed to do things like this but there are no regulations for social media. Adults know that it’s going on, but we’re influenced by social media influencers who are paid to get endorsements,” Dr. McGee said. Dr. McGee said policymakers should consider banning all kinds of product placement in any children’s videos.
Man caught on video throwing puppies over animal clinic’s fence
BAYTOWN, Texas – Employees at the Cedar Bayou Animal Clinic in Baytown arrived at work on Thursday morning to find two abandoned puppies. They were shocked when they looked at the surveillance video. “I felt really sick to my stomach and immediately angry.”The surveillance video shows a man toss the two dogs over a fence into the clinic’s backyard on Wednesday night. The video clips provide different angles and show a man pull up in a car, get out and toss one of the dogs over the fence. The broken leg is expected to heal and the two dogs seem happy now but the clinic’s staff still want answers.
Montgomery family reunites dog with owner after nearly 2 weeks using social media
MONTGOMERY, Texas – A woman has reunited with her dog Gigi thanks to social media and a good Samaritan who cared for her best friend. “As soon as she saw the dog, she started balling,” Danica Nabors said. Nabors captured the special moment on video, and it’s been shared hundreds of times on Facebook. Elsy Bryan says this is not the first time her dog Gigi has escaped her yard. She stumbled upon Nabors’s home in Montgomery and her family started feeding her, trying to get the dog come around.
VIDEO: A rescued baby goat is reunited with its mother and family of goats in ‘ninja-chopping onions’ moment
The internet is gushing over a heartwarming viral video of a baby goat reuniting with its family. The Reddit user rescued the baby goat after it fell into a pit. (Note: the video below was shared by Rex Chapman)These ppl found a baby goat trapped in a pit. The baby goat began to cry towards the herd, then began to run towards them. That’s when the humans realized that the baby goat recognized its own mother.
Viral video shows Amazon delivery driver dance with delight for basket of treats
This Amazon delivery driver’s day was made after a woman left treats at her door for those dropping off packages. This time of year can be hard on delivery drivers due to shipping demands for the holidays. WKMG reported the thoughtfulness shown by Kathy Ouma, of Middletown, Delaware, didn’t go unnoticed when her Ring doorbell captured Amazon delivery driver Karim Earl Reed III dancing with delight by the gesture. Posted by Kathy Ouma on Tuesday, December 3, 2019The video of his praise and happy dance has gone viral since being posted Monday, with more than 5.6 million views at the time of this article. Reed can be heard saying, "Aw, this is so nice," before dancing his way back to his truck.