Cutest Hello Kitty Dentist Opens In Tokyo

There really is a Hello Kitty dentist in Koto-ku, Tokyo. Definitely the pinkest and cutest dentist on earth. The clinic is called “Hearts Dental Clinic.”

The reason for making a “Hello Kitty” dental clinic isn’t simply that Japan is crazy for Kitty it is but rather, the clinic uses the character as a way to make going to the dentist less nerve racking for patients, especially younger ones. This is one of the major reasons why Japanese pre-school buses look like giant puppy dogs or Pok√©mon characters. Their cute characters make kids want to ride them much more than a boring old bus.















World's Largest Rope Swing




Extreme junkie Devin Graham went to Moab, Utah with some friends, set up a rope swing over a cliff. It's quickly going viral, already nearing 1 million views in just two days.



Romania Villages Buried Under 5 Meters of Snow

Snow has stopped but dozens of villages are still submerged in snow. In some places the layer can reach up to 5 meters. People have had to dig tunnels through up to 15 feet of snow in order the leave their homes. Authorities declared an alert Monday in eastern Romania, where 6,000 people have been cut off for days. About a dozen major roads were closed, 300 trains canceled and more than 1,000 schools shut down.





































































Treating Your Pets to Treats: Dos and Don’ts [Infographic]



Most pet owners love to spoil their furry friends, and an easy way to do it is with treats! Treats come in handy when trying to train the new puppy you just bought and when you are rewarding your pets for being good. There are many things pet owners should know about treats, so they don’t make the pet they love overweight or sick. Take a look a the list of dos and don’ts below, hopefully your pet will be happy with our suggestions!

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Gun Totem By Boris Bally

Standing in front of Providence's Federal Courthouse in Rhode Island is an unusual monument constructed out of steel, concrete and 1,000 used handguns. Dubbed the Gun Totem by its artist, Boris Bally, the imposing obelisk was constructed in 2001 with guns from a firearm buy-back program called Guns for Goods, founded by Dr. Michael P. Hirsch.

When Hirsch and Boris Bally met, eventually the conversation morphed into a notion of making artwork out of the reclaimed guns - which typically would have been sent to a local metal shop for demolition. Gun Totem is a result of this coalition. More than 1,000 guns went into the construction of the pillar, which was commissioned by the Providence Parks Department.


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World's First Ski-Thru Starbucks Opens In California




The Squaw Valley Ski Resort in Lake Tahoe, at 2400 meters above sea level now has a neighboring Starbucks. "Nowhere else in the world can skiers and riders enjoy a delicious Starbucks coffee without missing a beat on the slopes," said Squaw Valley's president and CEO.



iPads Vs. Textbooks [Infographic]



On January 19th, Apple made a huge announcement: The introduction of iBooks 2, which would include high school textbooks, and iBooks Author, which would allow anyone to create them.

Many think that Apple’s foray into education could revolutionize it. We don’t know yet how Apple plans to get iPads into the hands of every high school student, but we do know that it’s going to be very expensive for schools!

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