Deer get saved from the middle of the ice. Great video
It’s officially the holiday season, which pretty much means it’s shopping season.
In an effort to stretch your dollars to the max, here are some things to buy – and not buy – in December:
As for stuff to stay away from, jewelry is a bad buy this month. So are electronics, which tend to drop in price in January and February. (Yahoo Shopping)
This is awesome!
Volunteers in Texas have set a Guinness World Record by building the largest gingerbread house ever made to raise money for charity. Residents of Bryan, Texas used 7,200 eggs, 816-kilograms of butter, 3,265 kilograms of flour, and close to 1360-kilograms of brown sugar to build the exterior. The house was decorated with 22,305 pieces of hard candy. The house measures at 60-feet by 42-feet and contains nearly 36-million Calories. The money raised from the mouth-watering tours will help fund a new trauma facility for a nearby hospital. (Telegraph)
The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), which has been providing the status and location of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve since 1955, got some help from Microsoft this year to create a flashy new website. The site counts down the days until Santa will set out in his sleigh, with a new game on the site each day. On Christmas, the site will monitor the whereabouts of Santa and keep a running tally of the gifts delivered.