Kanye: “Put an elephant in there at the end”
Director: “I’m not sure if that makes much sense Kanye”
Kanye: “Put the god damn elephant in there”
Earlier this year, AMC aired the pilot episode of The Walking Dead in black and white. The response was overwhelming. Most fans thought it added to the overall “scariness” of the show but the real reason it was done was to give a nod to the comic books that the show is based off of which were all done in black and white. Anywho, because the episode got such a spectacular reaction, the showrunners have decided to re-air all of the episodes in black and white starting this February. So once February comes around, stock up on popcorn and get ready to stay in your house.
Two stray dogs in New Zealand went through an extensive 5-week training program where they learned how to shift and steer a car. This is real life. They started out on little “doggie go-karts” then upgraded to modified Mini Coopers.
For the four-legged competitors, two months of hard work – and a fair few treats – ensured they were raring to get on the racetrack. So when the big day rolled around, the only ones likely to get hot under the collar were any bystanders who spotted a Mini hurtling towards them with a dog at the wheel. Two mutts made history yesterday by driving a car down a racetrack. Ten-month-old beardie cross Porter put his paws to the pedals first, steering the Mini down the straight and then turning a corner.
He was followed by Monty, an 18-month-old giant schnauzer cross, who completed the same feat. As the Mail reported last week, the pair – along with one-year-old beardie whippet cross Ginny – had been taking driving lessons, which began with them learning to steer a wooden cart pulled along on a string by their trainers.
In just eight weeks, they progressed to driving a real car – a modified Mini in which they sat on their haunches in the driver’s seat. Their front paws were on the steering wheel, while their back paws were on levers attached to the accelerator and the brake.