An extravagant retreat in Mexico's Riviera Nayarit awaits you at Suite La Estancia. Experience remainder and relaxation like never before, as you blend off to this stunning hotel which features a wide prepare of features consisting of deluxe rental properties, global cuisine and a European-style Tatewari Health facility.
When I was in elementary school, skipping rope during recess was the cool thing to do.
Unfortunately, my skills were more than a little lacking, so I was left out of all the fun. I could only jump with one short rope while all the other girls were mastering their double Dutch techniques. Try as I might, I just couldn’t get it down. That’s why I’m so jealous of what this amazing team can do.
During the 2016 World Rope Skipping Championships (yes, that exists) in Malmö, Sweden, these girls brought their best routines — and boy, are they impressive.
There’s no way I could ever do this.
Okay, I’ll be completely honest here. I had no idea that rope skipping championships were a thing. With that being said, these ladies completely slayed it. You go, girls!
Have you ever wished your dog could talk? The pet owner in this video doesn’t have to wonder what that would be like — when his dog wants a treat, all he does is ask!
I adopted my dog from a shelter when she was two years old. Since I have no idea what her life was like before she met me, I’ve often wished that we could crack open some beers and swap stories. Where did she live? What was her owner like? Did she have any brothers or sisters? Let’s be honest, though — if she really could talk, she’d probably just ask me for a snack!
Sir Dethan is a Landseer Newfoundland who loves to speak. He might sound like a grumpy old man, but his dad knows that he’s just trying to say, “Two cookies, please!”
I love scary movies — and when I say love, I mean LOVE! I spend every October scaring myself silly…but even I’ve never seen anything quite like this motion test for the 2013 film “Mama.”
I watched the movie a few years ago, and while it was entertaining, it wasn’t exactly memorable. Although it was produced by the legendary Guillermo del Toro, creator of “Pan’s Labyrinth,” the plot failed to deliver, in my opinion.
However, this behind-the-screens motion test is a different story entirely. It’s going to be a long time before I can get these images out of my head!
Facts matter, no matter how inconvenient they may be. The clowns at MSNBC have yet to learn that valuable lesson.
Last night on “All In,” host Chris Hayes marked the 50th anniversary of Alabama Governor George Wallace speaking out against racial integration. And in the video clip accompanying Hayes’ story, MSNBC was very careful to remind viewers that Wallace was a Republican:
Here’s the thing, though: despite the Left’s dishonest but cherished contention that the GOP is the party of racists, Wallace was a Democrat. MSNBC flunkies may like to believe that pushing a false narrative will make the ugly truth go away, but that’s not how it works. And Hayes was rightly called out for presiding over such an egregious lie: