Donald Deane has held a variety of jobs, including college English teacher, newspaper reporter/editor, internet project manager, dishwasher and dogcatcher. He now writes exclusively and has contributed to AOL TV and Moviefone among others.
Puppies Make Sweet Music on iPad
It seems animals just can't get enough of the iPad. And now comes a video of Yorkie/Bichon puppies banging away on the device while attempting to make music. Is this the cutest example of animals using the tablet yet? We vote yes.
Gun-Toting Garden Gnomes Go on the Offensive
Of all lawn decorations, garden gnomes get the least amount of respect and are frequently vandalized or stolen. But these gnomes, which are arranged in a variety of combat poses, will probably make mischief-makers think twice.
Proposing During Fake Plane Crash – Romantic or Terrifying?
We've seen our share of cruel pranks before, but this one, where a small plane pilot fakes mechanical problems while proposing to his girlfriend, reaches all new lows (er, heights). After all, nothing says wedded bliss like the threat of dying in a fiery plane crash.
Cat Sings ‘Star Wars’ Theme, Conquers Internet
While 'Star Wars' is darn near perfect, we've always thought it could use more cats. Imagine our glee, then, when we discovered this video of a space-faring kitty meowing the theme from the 1977 classic film. It's the best of both worlds!
Did Google Street View Capture the Image of a UFO?
After years of being ridiculed, we may finally have proof that UFOs do indeed exist, and it comes from the unlikeliest of places -- Google Street View. Who's laughing now, skeptics?
Is the ‘Pizza Robot Song’ the New Nyan Cat?
Although we respect it as one of the most enduring memes ever, we never understood the allure of Nyan Cat. But what about 'Robot Pizza Song,' which is essentially the same thing? Now this is something we can really get behind. Let us explain.
Tech-Savvy Bear Steals iPad
Campers at Jenks Lake in California's San Bernardino National Forest got an unexpected visitor over the weekend when a bear sauntered into camp and stole a backpack containing an iPad. Not that we blame him, of course. Those things are expensive!
Is a Global Bacon Shortage in the Future?
So far we've learned that the worst US drought in 50 years will cause meat prices to rise and has even forced some ranchers to feed candy to their cattle. But now comes truly disturbing news from the UK's National Pig Association (who knew there was such a thing?): a worldwide bacon and sa…
Pranksters Glue iPhone 5 to the Ground in Amsterdam
If you're anything like us, then you've grown seriously tired of all the buzz and relentless hype surrounding the launch of the iPhone 5. And you'll probably laugh as hard as we did at this video of people in Amsterdam vainly trying to pick up an iPhone that's been glued to the g…
What Are America’s 10 Favorite Snacks?
As the saying goes, nothing's more American than apple pie. But if a new list of the nation's top 10 favorite snack foods is any indication, it may soon be replaced by deliciously salty treats.
New Jersey Won’t Let You Smile in Your Driver’s License Photo
Hoping to liven up your driver's license photo with a toothy grin? Not in New Jersey, you don't. In fact, the state's Motor Vehicle Commission has recently begun a crackdown on people who flash their pearly whites while being photographed.
Officials See No Credible Terror Threat on 9/11 Anniversary
On the 11th anniversary of September 11, 2001, intelligence officials say there is no "credible or specific" threat that terrorist organizations are planning an attack.