Clicks of the Day: Monday, March 12, 2012 Edition!

Welcome to Monday, March 12 2012’s Clicks of the Day!

  • Beating the boom of an aging population
  • “It’s a reality that brings national challenges when it comes to retirement income, health care and housing, but it will also play out at the community level, where finding solutions will be a unique journey… An investigation by Global News has found that the search for solutions will be more pressing for some communities, which are home to a disproportionately high number of seniors. Surviving a tidal wave of seniors is not assured for all communities. Some are at risk of literally dying off with their populations.”

    Interesting report – part one of a three part Global News look at Canadian communities and an aging population.

  • ‘Democracy not Robocracy’: Demonstrators gather across Canada to protest robocalls
  • “While their numbers weren’t particularly massive, Canadians across the country gathered Sunday to voice their doubts in the electoral process as the robocalls scandal continues to unfold. The rally was part of dozens of events planned nationwide as allegations continue to swirl that fraudulent phone calls were made to voters in dozens of ridings redirecting them to the wrong polling stations in last year’s federal election.”

    Unrest with our government.

  • Taliban vows revenge after U.S. Sergeant on SEAL team ‘shoots dead nine sleeping Afghan children before burning their bodies’ in deadly rampage that killed 16
  • “NATO troops in Afghanistan are on high alert after the Taliban vowed to avenge the deaths of 16 innocent civilians – including nine children and three women – who were shot and killed by a rogue U.S. soldier who opened fire after suffering a ‘mental breakdown’ early Sunday morning.”

    This is crazy.

  • Tobacco companies tell historic trial: Smokers have only themselves to blame
  • “Tobacco companies embroiled in a historic civil suit kicked off the trial Monday by arguing that smokers who get sick or can’t kick the habit have nobody to blame but themselves. The landmark class-action case, with up to $27 billion at stake, kicked off in a Montreal courtroom where Canada’s three biggest cigarette companies began their battle against a group representing all of Quebec’s 1.8 million smokers.”

    That’s quite a case.

  • West Coast quake warning: prepare for the inevitable
  • “B.C. coastline could face annihilation by tsunami… A monster earthquake rival-ling the one that devastated Japan last March is all but a certainty on North America’s Pacific coast.”

    Inevitable.

  • Revenue Canada issues ‘phishing’ warning
  • “The Canada Revenue Agency is warning Canadians to be aware of emails circulating during tax season, as they may be part of a phishing scam… The emails look official, and will often link to a website that will appear similar to the website of a legitimate business, bank or government department… ‘The CRA does not use email to send information about refunds or payment benefits, and will not ask for personal information through email.'”

    Sad thing is there’s sure to be people to fall for this.

  • [Infographic]: Average Cost Of A Factory Worker In The U.S., China And Germany
  • “The average hourly wage for Chinese manufacturing workers is less than a tenth that of their average U.S. counterparts, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It being about twice as cheap to live in China, those lower Chinese wages go further. But Chinese factory workers also tend to work longer hours, making them more appealing to some employers… So how does the global workforce differ?”

    Interesting numbers.

  • New report reveals how corporations undermine science with fake bloggers and bribes
  • “One way that corporations prevent negative information about their products from getting out is by harassing scientists and the journals that publish them… Corporations also form front organizations to hide their efforts to undermine science. That’s what happened when producers of unhealthy food got together to cast doubt on the FDA’s recommended health guidelines… Sometimes corporations just go for it and buy off legit organizations, as Coca Cola did when they appear to have paid dentists to stop saying kids shouldn’t drink Coke.”

    Wow. And yet, unsurprising. Corruption is eveeeerywhere.

  • Minnesota girl, 12, sues school, cops, over Facebook privacy
  • “The lawsuit, backed by the American Civil Liberties Union, was brought after a middle school student was forced to give her passwords to her school. The suit is being brought on the grounds that the young girl’s right to free speech under the First Amendment and her right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment had been violated.”

    Good for this girl for standing up for her rights.

  • Yahoo sues Facebook over patents; it’s war in Silicon Valley
  • “Yahoo has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Facebook, essentially arguing that the social network misappropriated most of the technologies that have helped turn it into a multi-billion dollar sensation. “For much of the technology upon which Facebook is based, Yahoo got there first and was therefore granted patents by the Unite States Patent Office to protect those innovations,” according to the Yahoo filing.”

    Yikes…

  • Anti-cancer ‘super’ aspirin under development
  • “Studies in mice show the compound to be effective in fighting, amongst others, cancers of the colon, lung, breast, prostate, pancreas and blood.”

    Woot woot.

  • Heart Attacks Rise Following Daylight Saving Time
  • “‘The Monday and Tuesday after moving the clocks ahead one hour in March is associated with a 10 percent increase in the risk of having a heart attack,’ says UAB Associate Professor Martin Young, Ph.D., in the Division of Cardiovascular Disease. ‘The opposite is true when falling back in October. This risk decreases by about 10 percent.'”

    That’s unfortunate.

  • Cat Detects Owner’s Breast Cancer Before Doctors, Saving Her Life
  • “Call it a sixth sense, a special connection, or just plain mystery. But whatever gift cats and dogs have that allows them to detect health conditions in their owners sure has been saving a lot of lives. Wendy Humphreys, a mother of two from Britain, found out first-hand how powerful that gift can be when her cat Fidge sniffed out a potentially fatal health condition that even doctors hadn’t detected, the Daily Mail reports.”

    Go dogs and cats!!! :) Especially cats. Hehe. Speaking of cats…

  • Cats may purr to your heart’s content
  • “A 10-year study at the University of Minnesota Stroke Center found that cat owners were 40 per cent less likely to have heart attacks than non-cat owners. Could a cat’s purr be the reason?”

    So if I have two cats perhaps I am 80 per cent less likely to have a heart attack! Lol.

  • Naked yoga all about liberation for Edmonton men
  • “For McBain, yoga is about creating balance in the body by developing strength and flexibility through poses or postures. He says one of the most liberating things about it is letting go of ego and accepting that no one is better than anyone else. Naked yoga helps people do that because no one is wearing $400 Lululemon yoga clothes or $15 Zellers exercise wear that says they’re not the same. And, he adds, because bodies are not hidden under baggy clothes, he is more easily able to correct people’s poses.”

    Sounds like there’s good benefits but I would never be able to do naked yoga, yikes.

  • Time-lapse video shows pregnancy-to-birth in 90 seconds
  • “A couple took on a unique and creative project they posted on YouTube. They documented the woman’s pregnancy in a time-lapse series that showed the growth of her belly over the nine-month period of her pregnancy, and finally birth of a baby girl.”

    This is an unbelievably cool video. So creative. Great music too.

  • [Video]: Kitty Elevator
  • “A cat calls for the elevator and then calmly rides to the second floor.”

    Lol so awesome.

  • [Video]: Cute cat thinks it’s a dog
  • Hahahaa!!!! Thor fetches balls too, but it’s the panting and mouth gaping look of this cat that clinches the dog resemblance, lol.


Thor and (or) Loki Photo of the Day:

Loki’s signature sideways tilted head look – Thor just passed out, lol.


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Clicks of the Day: March 1, 2, 3 2012 Weekend Edition!

Welcome to the three-day roundup …

Weekend Edition (March 1, 2, 3) of Clicks of the Day!

(I only do one Clicks of the Day post for the weekends so that I can actually have a weekend, lol. And amount of content will fluctuate depending on how much of a weekend I actually have!)

  • Deadly storms roar across Midwest, South
  • “A series of tornadoes that cut a swath of death and destruction across at least 10 states left stunned residents digging through rubble Saturday, looking for survivors and bodies. The death toll stood at 32 early Saturday, including 14 each in Kentucky and Indiana, three in Ohio and one in Alabama. Tornadoes also were reported in Mississippi, Tennessee, Illinois, Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia.”

    Devastating. Why do people live in Tornado Alley?

  • Poland defends rail safety after collision that kills 16
  • “Poland’s government insisted Sunday that rail travel is safe in the country despite a train collision that killed 16 people, assurances that come months before masses of sports fans will enter the country for a major soccer tournament – many of whom will crisscross the nation by train.”

    VIA Rail last weekend, now this. I’ve never travelled on a train myself but these stories sure aren’t helping, lol.

  • A tearful Vladimir Putin claims victory in Russia’s presidential vote; opponents allege fraud
  • “Vladimir Putin swept Sunday’s presidential election to return to the Kremlin and extend his hold over Russia for six more years, incomplete returns showed… Accounts by independent observers of extensive vote-rigging, however, looked set to strengthen the resolve of opposition forces whose unprecedented protests in recent months have posed the first serious challenge to Putin’s heavy-handed rule. Another huge demonstration was set for Monday evening in central Moscow.”

    I mean when tens of thousands of people are protesting against this guy almost every weekend for months leading up to this ‘election’ – you have to think something’s wrong.

  • Elections Canada Receives 31,000 complaints of robocalls
  • “Canadians recently flooded Elections Canada with more than 31,000 reports about robocalls and misleading phone calls placed during the last federal election, prompting the agency to publicly confirm on Friday that it is investigating.”

    Ridiculous amount.

  • Alta. husky that killed newborn euthanized
  • “Having had time to reflect, search for answers and determine the best course of action for our family, we have made the decision to euthanize our family pet,” reads the statement which was issued through the RCMP.”

    This makes me very sad. If there are families willing to adopt the dog they should have let them adopt the dog…

  • Proposed bylaw could ban smoking around Edmonton’s outdoor recreation sites
  • “The City is considering a new bylaw that would ban smoking within 10 meters of any outdoor playground, skating rink, sports field or spray park. The proposal which will go before a city committee on Monday, was first raised by local elementary students last spring. The issue is already stirring up debate, with some doubting whether legislating such a law is necessary.”

    As much as I hate smoking and being around smoke, this bylaw might be a bit much. Although it is better for smokers’ health if they don’t smoke as much so if this will help with that then woot woot!

  • Chronic diseases taking toll on Canadians
  • “Chronic diseases are increasingly putting Canadians’ health at risk and adding greater financial burden to the country’s health-care system… ‘Canada is facing a growing burden from such chronic diseases as diabetes and cancer. This burden is expected to increase due to an aging population and rising rates of obesity.'”

    Ruh roh.

  • Chocolate may be good for your heart: Study
  • “Eating chocolate is not only a treat for the tongue — it may also have some tangible benefits for heart health, such as lowering blood pressure slightly… The study also found that participants had small improvements in blood vessel function and a dip in their insulin levels.”

    Good news for chocolate lovers! Now someone tell me chips are healthy.

  • Government moving forward on proposed unsolicited credit card cheque ban
  • “The federal government is moving forward with proposed regulations that ban credit-card companies from sending customers unsolicited cheques, one of several measures announced Sunday aimed at protecting Canadian consumers.”

    Good news!

  • Canada tops globe in Internet usage
  • “Whatever the reason, Canadians are spending more time online than any other country, including highly wired societies such as China, South Korea and the United States. The average Canadian spends about 45 hours a month browsing the Internet… Their voracious appetite for all things Internet has huge implications for advertisers and media companies, with digital advertising spending targeted toward Canadians surpassing $2.5-billion last year. This year, companies are scrambling to measure the effect of all that spending.”

    Internet guzzlers we are.

  • A Lawyer Who Is Also A Photographer Just Deleted All Her Pinterest Boards Out Of Fear
  • “She browsed Pinterest’s Terms of Use section. In it she found Pinterest’s members are solely responsible for what they pin and repin. They must have explicit permission from the owner to post everything… If that didn’t scare Kirsten enough, the all caps section of Pinterest’s Terms of Use did. Pinterest writes: “YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE ENTIRE RISK ARISING OUT OF YOUR ACCESS TO AND USE OF THE SITE, APPLICATION, SERVICES AND SITE CONTENT REMAINS WITH YOU.” What’s more, Pinterest places all blame and potential legal fees on its users.”

    I haven’t pinned anything in over a week. Slightly worried (as are many) about all of these Pinterest copyright issues… Yeesh.

  • Twitter sells your feed to Big Data
  • “Twitter users are about to become major marketing fodder, as two research companies get set to release information to clients who will pay for the privilege of mining the data. Boulder, Colorado-based Gnip Inc. and DataSift Inc., based in the U.K. and San Francisco, are licensed by Twitter to analyze archived tweets and basic information about users, like geographic location. DataSift announced this week that it will release Twitter data in packages that will encompass the last two years of activity for its customers to mine, while Gnip can go back only 30 days.”

    Well it is all public information, technically. Can’t be too upset about that? Meanwhile:

  • Twitter hands over user info for criminal investigation
  • “The handover ends a bitter battle between Boston law enforcement and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) over whether the information should have been shared for the investigation. Law enforcement officials have argued that the data Twitter could provide–namely, IP address information associated with the account–is an integral component in their ongoing investigation. The ACLU, however, told the Globe that sharing the information is a violation of the user’s First Amendment rights.”

    Interesting.

  • 29 Percent of People Socially Network While They Eat
  • “The company surveyed 1,641 people last December and found that, for a lot of them, mealtime is the best time to check up on Facebook, Twitter, and whatever other social media sites they might use.”

    Count me among that statistic! (Gotta tweet photos of my food lol)

  • Switching to iPads saves Vancouver City Council 50K pages a year
  • “Vancouver began its paperless City Council test in January. After two months, the transition to iPads has brought about a 40 percent reduction in the amount of pages printed for meetings.”

    Go Vancouver City Council!

  • Hackers Will Replace Terrorists as Top Threat, Says FBI
  • “Could Anonymous be the next al-Qaeda? FBI Director Robert Mueller warned a group of cybersecurity experts on Thursday that online attacks will replace terrorism as the most serious threat facing the U.S.”

    Yeah I can see that. Meanwhile:

  • Hackers had ‘full functional control’ of Nasa computers
  • “Hackers gained “full functional control” of key Nasa computers in 2011, the agency’s inspector general has told US lawmakers.”

    Oy.

  • Oceans are acidifying faster than ever
  • “Acidity in the Earth’s oceans is increasing more rapidly than any time in the last 300 million years, leading to severe consequences for marine ecosystems.”

    Of course, mankind ruins everything it touches, lol. #bitter #endoftheworldiscoming

  • Shelter from the solar storm? U.K. lab creates system to protect satellites from nasty space weather
  • “British scientists have developed a system to help protect navigation and communications satellites from potentially devastating solar storms, they said on Friday. Services spanning everything from mobile phones to sophisticated weaponry increasingly depend on global positioning system, or GPS, technology. However damage by a massive burst of solar energy could knock out GPS satellites and send them veering into the paths of other craft or scramble their communications.”

    That’s good! Otherwise we would be quite helpless.

  • Asteroid 2012 DA14 heads for Earth next year
  • “Scientists are predicting that the asteroid 2012 DA14 has a good chance of colliding with Earth in eleven months. Watch the skies in February 2013!”

    It could break into tiny pieces or it could make a huge impact. We’ll have to see what happens!

  • Revealed: The best and worst places to be a woman
  • “Including “best place to be a woman: Iceland” – “best place to be a mother: Norway” – “best place to give birth: Greece” and more!”

    Interesting read.

  • Alberta couple celebrates 8 decades together
  • “A Lamont couple celebrated a huge milestone on Saturday – one that only two other Canadian couples have ever reached: their 80th anniversary. The big day, which even had the Queen and Governor General sending their congratulations, was commemorated by five generations of family, all in one room.”

    So, so cute. Mike and I will reach that milestone I’m telling you right now!! ;)

  • Edmonton man about to embark on trip of a lifetime
  • “A 25 year-old who wasn’t supposed to live past his teenage years is getting ready to defy the odds once again. This time, Adam Biel plans to set a world record by cycling from the southern tip of Argentina to the northern tip of Alaska – and he plans to complete the 22,700 kilometre journey in just 100 days.”

    Amazing. People are doing really cool things in the world.

  • QR Code Condoms Let You Check In Before Getting it On
  • “Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest (PPGNW) distributed more than 50,000 condoms in QR code-emblazoned wrappers to college students in the state of Washington. The wrappers enable people to scan the QR code with their smartphone to check in to the site wheredidyouwearit.com and anonymously let the world know where they practiced safe sex. Users can also check in to the site by computer.”

    WHY?!?!?! My goodness.

  • Japan gets a cat curfew
  • “Times are looking tough for Tokyo’s cat cafes, where feline aficionados can drop in for tea and some time with a cat. At most such establishments, it’s the post-work rush that brings in the most cash, with tired and harried professionals dropping by on their way homes to pet and play with the animals as a way of relieving stress. But now the purrs of delight may be getting quieter. A revision to Japan’s Animal Protection Law, due to come into force on June 1, will slap a curfew on the public display of cats and dogs, forcing cat cafes to shut up shop at 8 p.m.”

    Lol! So funny. I didn’t even realize Japan had “cat cafes”!! Hehe.

  • [Video]: Sportscaster Breaks Through his Stool
  • Lol. You got to admit he maintains his composure quite well!


Thor Photo of the Day:

:)


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Clicks of the Day: Monday, Feb. 27, 2012 Edition!

Welcome to Monday, February 27 2012’s Clicks of the Day!

  • Robocall, voter suppression allegations broaden in number and type
  • “Calls for a public inquiry are mounting as the list of federal candidates claiming they were targeted by deceitful robocalls and other voter suppression tactics continued to grow on Monday. Another three federal candidates added their names to the ever-lengthening list of places bombarded by election day calls directing voters to non-existent polling stations. As numbers of affected ridings broaden, so did reports of the types of voter suppression tactics used during the 2011 election. Along with robocalls, candidates are complaining that they were bombarded by live calls harassing voters at all hours of the night or during religious holy days.”

    Tsk. Tsk.

  • Death of woman, 51, investigated as possible homicide
  • “A Garneau-area woman says her next-door neighbour came to her house Sunday morning, bleeding, barely able to speak, and pleading for help… The injured woman died in hospital Sunday night. Police, who called the death suspicious, have a 28-year-old man in custody.”

    Homicide #2? Let’s see how 2012 shapes up.

  • Having kids, being new to Canada, keep people away from voting booth: StatsCan
  • “Single parents, new immigrants and those in the skilled trades are among the Canadians least likely to cast a ballot, a Statistics Canada survey suggests. And one researcher says that’s a worrying trend for democracy.”

    Understandable. But everyone should vote so we aren’t left with a failure of a government.

  • Rich people less ethical, more likely to cheat and lie, study says
  • “A new study says rich people are more likely to engage in unethical behaviour than their poorer counterparts — like cutting off motorists, lying in a negotiation and cheating to win a prize.”

    Lol. Typical rich folks.

  • Operation VicTory: Anonymous Gives Public Safety Minister Vic Toews Deadline For Bill C-30
  • “In a new video, hacker group Anonymous says they’re giving Vic Toews seven days before they reveal a new scandal about the Public Safety Minister… The video’s message blasts Toews for his support of online surveillance Bill C-30, about which Toews has said he’s “open to amendments.” According to Anonymous, that’s not good enough. The video also claims that the bill is being disguised as a way to protect victims of child pornographers, but actually serves a more wide-reaching purpose.”

    This is all very interesting to watch unfold. I wonder what will happen next.

  • ‘Perfectly nice’ Liberal staffer behind Vikileaks, Rae says
  • “Interim Liberal leader Bob Rae has admitted a Liberal staffer was behind the Vikileaks30 Twitter account that aired details of Public Safety Minister Vic Toews’s divorce in retaliation for an online surveillance bill, and that the staffer has resigned. A subdued Rae, who identified the staffer as Adam Carroll, made the admission in the House of Commons on Monday afternoon before offering Toews an unconditional apology.”

    Hm.

  • Canada facing obesity epidemic: top doctor
  • “Obesity among the nation’s children has reached historic highs, with diseases once associated with the middle-aged now affecting teenagers and young adults, Canada’s top doctor warned Monday. ‘Canada is facing an obesity epidemic. Never in our nation’s history have the overweight and obesity rates in children been this high… The risk is that this will be the first generation of children not to live as long or as healthy as their parents. That indeed is a great tragedy.'”

    Oy.

  • Unlimited human eggs ‘potential’ for fertility treatment
  • “It may be possible to one day create an “unlimited” supply of human eggs to aid fertility treatment, US doctors say. One British expert said the study re-wrote the rule book with “exciting possibilities” for improving fertility.”

    Seems like things could go wrong with this scenario.

  • Big NZ fossil penguin reconstructed
  • “A large extinct penguin has been reconstructed from fossil remains discovered in New Zealand. Researchers used bones from two separate examples of the ancient birds, using the skeleton of a modern king penguin as a guide. They show the 25 million-year-old Kairuku penguin was tall at 1.2m (4ft 2ins), with an elongated beak and large flippers.”

    So cool!!!

  • Asexual worms could hold key to immortality
  • “British scientists have found that a species of flatworm can overcome the process of ageing to become potentially immortal. They say their work sheds light on the possibility of alleviating ageing and age-related characteristics in human cells.”

    That’s the problem with humans, trying to do whatever it takes to live forever.

  • Social networks getting a bit less social: poll
  • “Users of online social network sites such as Facebook are editing their pages and tightening their privacy settings to protect their reputations in the age of digital sharing, according to a new survey. About two-thirds, or 63 percent, of social networking site users questioned in the Pew Research Center poll said they had deleted people from their “friends” lists, up from 56 percent in 2009.”

    This is true.

  • Facebook just created an app store ecosystem where OS doesn’t matter
  • “Though carrier billing is nothing new, Facebook has essentially brought about an entire app store ecosystem, and it’s an ecosystem that doesn’t care what OS you’re using or who made your phone… now, perhaps, it’s time for developers to see Facebook as something more than an alternative and instead as a major player in the mobile applications space.”

    Interesting. I honestly never play any games or use any apps on Facebook though but obviously there are many who do.

  • Flickr disables Pinterest pins on copyrighted images
  • “To protect itself from copyright lawsuits, and appease disgruntled photographers and publishers, the young social media company introduced a snippet of code Monday that website owners can now add to their sites to prevent unwanted pinning. If a person on Pinterest attempts to share something from a site with that code in place, she will see a message that reads: ‘This site doesn’t allow pinning to Pinterest. Please contact the owner with any questions. Thanks for visiting!'”

    A good move on Pinterest’s part.

  • Earth calling… but not very far: The tiny yellow dot in our galaxy that shows the (comparatively small) distance radio broadcasts have travelled in a century of reaching out to aliens
  • “Since the invention of radio more than a century ago, man has been broadcasting into space in the hope that any listening aliens could learn of our presence. Yet, despite waves travelling a distance of 200 light years in all directions, they still have 118,800 light years to go until the entire Milky Way has heard the word. In the photograph below, the small yellow dot – with the even tinier Planet Earth buried somewhere in its centre – reveals the limited extent of broadcasts since Marconi invented the radio in 1895.”

    Interesting to see it laid out like that, lol. It’s true though. I remember learning about this on Through the Wormhole, lol.

  • Millions to mark Leap Day birthday
  • “Some people devote their lives to ending world hunger, some to lifting children from poverty, and still others to getting Leap Day the respect it deserves. The cause may seem frivolous but it is not the least bit trivial to leapers, those born on February 29, a date that appears on calendars once every four or sometimes eight years. Leapers face a range of troubles over their birthdays, from computer snafus to police suspicion during traffic stops to hearing about delivery room negotiations to alter their birth certificate to a day earlier or a day later.”

    Lol fun read. I’m glad I’m not a Leap Year baby. Sounds like too much of a hassle… :)

  • Pottermore Announcement: Harry Potter eBook Rentals Coming Soon
  • “Today, in a press release, J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore announced a Harry Potter “e-book and digital audiobook distribution agreement with OverDrive for public and school libraries.” According to the Associated Press, Pottermore is “an immersive online environment that combines elements of a role-playing game and a digital encyclopedia with social networking and an online store.” It’s also the only place readers will be able to purchase the eBook version of the Harry Potter series.”

    Will be news when it actually happens, lol.

  • RIP: Jan Berenstain, at 88
  • “Jan Berenstain, who co-created the beloved Berenstain Bears book series with her husband Stan, passed away Friday after suffering a stroke. She was 88.”

    Sad. But I’m sure she lived a full life. I loved the Berenstain Bears! Although I always thought it was weird that Brother and Sister bear’s names were Brother and Sister, but everyone else has real names, lol.

  • [Video]: Piper (Mini Horse) and Mango (Fat Cat)
  • Ah, gotta love fluff.

  • [Video]: Cat Asks for Food
  • Lol. So cute.


Thor and (or) Loki Photo of the Day:

Hehe!! Look how Thor’s arms are wrapped around Loki.


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