"This is just a cute little octopus doing what octopuses do. There's nothing particularly weird about it. So hopefully, people might feel a greater attachment to the really deep waters as opposed to the scary, horrible, weird environment that it's made out to be," he said. … [Read more...] about World’s deepest octopus, complete with Dumbo ears, captured on film 4 miles below the surface
'I've been lucky, I haven't had any discomfort or pain. Getting your ears pinned back is more common that you think. when the anesthetic wears off it was the worst pain of my life. It's worth it. I'm so much more confident.' … [Read more...] about Love Island’s Amber Davies showcases her incredible figure in scantily-clad snap… before detailing the pain of having her ears pinned back and her post-surgery confidence boost
Canadian jeweler Birks are behind the real deal, which The Duchess of Sussex likely picked up when she was based in Canada during her days as a Suits actress. She's worn them on many occasions – including during the royal tour of Ireland in 2018 and during one of her last appearances as a working royal at this year's Commonwealth Day Service – and they've been a talking point each time. … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle-inspired snowstorm earrings back in stock on Etsy – hurry!
Owen wrote: “I played three or four games in my career when absolutely everything clicked, everyone had confidence and every chance we got we scored. This was one of them. We felt fantastic. That game was one of those freaks when everything we touched turned to gold.” Owen scored again three minutes into the second half – the first four goals of the game were all set up by smart, controlled knockdowns, with Emile Heskey claiming this assist – and completed his hat-trick in the 66th minute after being released by Gerrard. Heskey scored the last with 16 minutes remaining, the first of the three goals he managed in 36 competitive internationals. “5-1 – and even Heskey scored,” roared the English fans. … [Read more...] about Germany 1-5 England: 15 years on World Cup qualifier is still music to ears of many
If you missed our PC classics or RPG music quiz it’s all very simple. You’ll hear 15 second snippets from 20 different adventure games and you have to identify them. I can’t believe I’m explaining quizzes to you, the smartest readers on the internet. To avoid accusations of trickery, in this week’s quiz I’ve limited it to one game per series. I’m also happy to give half points if you get the series, but not the specific game. … [Read more...] about Use ‘brain’ with ‘ears’ in our adventure game music quiz
So with the M1 Carbine, Auto-Ordnance is in the nostalgic gun business. The Tommy gun—in semi-automatic of course—the M1911A1 pistol and now the M1 Carbine, are all offered by the company founded by Gen. John T. Thompson back in 1919. All-in-all, this is the best commercial M1 Carbine that we have ever received. It looks close to the guns that went ashore on D-Day and Okinawa. They’re brand new, have a warranty from Auto-Ordnance, and the one we had shot like a champ, averaging groups right at 2 inches at 100 yardds., even with rudimentary iron sights. Out of more than 500 rounds fired, there were no malfunctions of any kind with G.I. magazines. Magtech’s affordable 110-gr. FMJ loading in particular impressed us at the range. … [Read more...] about M1 Carbine