He Gives His 3 Year Old Daughter A Rubik’s Cube.

He Gives His 3 Year Old Daughter A Rubik’s Cube. What She Does With It?

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3-year-old Emily Gittemeier solves the cube for the second time; the first was just minutes prior to this video being shot.

She learned by copying her brothers and practicing the steps. Something tells me this girl is a genius!

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Life Of Keanu Reeves Revealed

The Tragically Heartbreaking And Uplifting Life Of Keanu Reeves Revealed

In 1999, Keanu Reeves became most famous for his role in the groundbreaking science fiction film, The Matrix. It earned an impressive $463.5 million at the box office and was nominated for and won four Academy Awards. The Matrix is a happy story in a lot of ways, but the life of its star wasn’t always.

Now 50 years old, Keanu’s life has been full of more tragedy than you would expect from a movie star. Despite each setback, he’s kept pushing forward. It’s helped develop himself into the awesome person that he is on and off the screen.

At the age of three, his father left their family. They stayed in touch for a few years, but after the divorce and moving from city to city, they fell out of contact. Keanu attended four different high schools and struggled with dyslexia, making his education more challenging than it is for most. Eventually he left high school without earning a diploma, though through sheer will, he is an avid reader now.

At the age of 23, his closest friend River Phoenix died of a drug overdose. During a Reddit AMA last year, Keanu said: “He was a remarkable human person and actor. We got along very well, and I miss him. I think of him often.” 

In 1998, Keanu met Jennifer Syme. The two fell instantly in love and by 1999, Jennifer was pregnant with their daughter. Sadly, after eight months, their child was born stillborn. They were devastated by her death and it eventually ended their relationship. 18 months later, Syme would die in a car accident.

In 2006, Reeves told Parade Magazine, “Grief changes shape, but it never ends.” It’s a lesson that we’ll all likely learn.

Even with those incredible tragedies, Reeves would push on. He’s starred in a variety of blockbusters and has become a wealthy man, but the pain of his losses has changed how he thinks about money. He’s well known in Hollywood for being among the more charitable actors. After the successes of The Matrix and its sequels, Reeves gave $80 million of his $114 million earnings to the special effects and makeup staff of the films. He also took pay cuts on the films The Replacements and The Devil’s Advocates so stars like Gene Hackman and Al Pacino would agree to be in the film while keeping casting within the designated budget.

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There are some incredible personal accounts of his kindness as well. Redditor Kahi made the following comment about the Sad Keanu meme:

“A family friend builds movie sets, doesn’t design, is one of the poor dudes that just builds. Anyways he worked on the set for the Matrix and Keanu heard about family trouble he was having and gave him a $20,000 Christmas bonus to help him out. He also was one of the only people on the set that genuinely wanted to know people’s names, would say hello and mean it, and would talk to people as if they were his peers and not below him just because they were practically making nothing to build a set. I’ve never heard anyone say Keanu is a douche, seems like the nicest person in Hollywood from a second hand experience.”

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In his AMA, he told fans that he likes to keep it simple. In 2003, Keanu told Hello! Magazine: “Money is the last thing I think about. I could live on what I have already made for the next few centuries.”

Even though he’s likely worth $100 million, the man still rides the subway. And he’s super nice about it too.

So in the end, I think we can all pretty well agree that even in the face of tragedy, a stellar person can thrive.

 

25 Easy Party Dips You Can Make In 20 Minutes

25 Easy Party Dips You Can Make In 20 Minutes

Okay, maybe a few of them will take you 25 minutes. But all of them are definitely quick enough to whip up another batch during halftime if you run out.

1. Pimento Cheese

Pimento Cheese

You wouldn’t think cheese + mayo + pickled peppers could ever taste this classy, but oh, it can. Ritz crackers mandatory. Get the recipe.

2. Pizza Fondue

Pizza Fondue

This is genius-level dip: you cook beef, sauce and seasonings and then melt the cheese right in. Get the recipe.

3. Classic French Onion Dip

Classic French Onion Dip

Straight from the soup mix packet, just like mama used to make it (seriously, it’s still delicious). Get the recipe.

4. Red Pepper, Walnut & Tahini Dip

Red Pepper, Walnut & Tahini Dip

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Add a little class to the proceedings. Get the recipe.

5. Mexican Volcano Dip

Mexican Volcano Dip

This setup addresses the logistical challenges of an actual layered dip, allowing efficient direct access to the ingredient sector you like the best. Get the recipe.

6. Feta, Honey & Date Spread

Feta, Honey & Date Spread

You’ll be ready if they ever hold the Super Bowl on a Greek island. Get the recipe.

7. Whipped Goat Cheese Herb Dip

Whipped Goat Cheese Herb Dip

5 ingredients and no skill required: This is about as low-mainenance/high-reward as it gets. Get the recipe.

8. Pea Pesto

Pea Pesto

Don’t worry, it looks healthier than it tastes. Get the recipe.

9. Super Easy Mexican Dip

Super Easy Mexican Dip

Essentially a bowl of fancy sour cream (are you complaining?) Get the recipe.

10. Pineapple-Black Bean Guacamole

Pineapple-Black Bean Guacamole

Get the recipe.

11. Layered Greek Dip

Layered Greek Dip

Get the recipe.

12. Texas Queso Dip

Texas Queso Dip

You like melted cheese. I like melted cheese. Let’s enjoy this large vat of melted cheese together. Get the recipe.

13. Simple Black Bean Dip

Simple Black Bean Dip

Get the recipe.

14. Creamy Artichoke Spinach Dip

Creamy Artichoke Spinach Dip

Classic for a reason. Get the recipe.

15. Chili-Sour Cream Dip

Chili-Sour Cream Dip

If you’ve got a jar of salsa and a container of sour cream, you (yes, you!) can more or less make this dip right now. Get the recipe.

16. Easy, Creamy Homemade Hummus

Easy, Creamy Homemade Hummus

Get the recipe.

17. Feta & Sun-Dried Tomato Dip

Feta & Sun-Dried Tomato Dip

Tang central. Get the recipe.

18. Spicy Avocado Tomatillo Dip

Spicy Avocado Tomatillo Dip

Get the recipe.

19. Buffalo Wing Hummus

Buffalo Wing Hummus

Hummus that went to Buffalo and came back with a real attitude. Get the recipe.

20. Smoked Salmon Spread

Smoked Salmon Spread

It never hurts to try and raise the bar a little. Get the recipe.

21. Spinach & White Bean Dip

Spinach & White Bean Dip

Get the recipe.

22. Blue Cheese Dip

Blue Cheese Dip

Get the recipe (scroll down to #30).

23. Lemon Artichoke White Bean Hummus

Lemon Artichoke White Bean Hummus

Get the recipe.

24. Edamame-Avocado Dip

Edamame-Avocado Dip

Is it guac? Not quite, but you’re okay with that. Get the recipe.

25. Buffalo Chicken Dip

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Who needs wings? Get the recipe.

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21 Signs You’ve Been Single For Too Long…

21 Signs You’ve Been Single For Too Long…

You’re actually considering climbing into this bucket:

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Your souvenir photos look like this:

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This tactic actually seems like a good idea:

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You’ve considered pulling this stunt on Instagram:

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And this one on Facebook:

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This was your Thanksgiving:

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And your Christmas card looked like this:

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You eat here at home:

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And here when you go out:

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You don’t identify with this joke:

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But absolutely identify with this one:

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This is how you cuddle:

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This is how you hang out with friends:

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You’ve taken a wedding photobooth photo like this:

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Your friends have stopped asking you for dating advice:

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You’re considering buying this game:

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This is your silverware drawer:

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Sometimes you come here to think:

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You understand this guy’s desperation:

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Your message box looks like this:

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You’re actively trying to keep other couples apart:

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Ever Seen a Ghost or Ghosts? Want to? Look no Further!

If You Are Afraid Ghosts Might Be Real, Don’t Look At These 11 Photos

These freaky photos prove that you aren’t wrong to be a little scared when things go bump in the night.
1. Haunted Toys R Us
The figure leaning in the background was not seen by anyone sitting on the floor at this Toys R Us and wasn’t captured on any security cameras.

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2. Ghost of Lord Combermere
This photo was supposed to be of an empty chair, but the blurred face of the owner of the home can be seen if you look closely.

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3. Grandpa’s ghost
A woman took a photo of her grandmother, in ’97, but a figure that looks like her grandfather can be seen in the background. He died in 1984.

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4. Ghost Farmhand
Photographer Neil Sandbach was taking photos of this English farmhouse when he spotted this figure in the background. The owners say they see the same figure a few times a month.

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5. Ghost of an Airmen
In this photo of Royal Air Force airmen, one of the soldiers who died a few days earlier can be seen in the photo.

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6. Backseat Ghosts
A woman can be seen sitting in the backseat of this car. This is Ellen, the driver, Mabel’s, mother. Mabel was visiting Ellen’s grave when this picture was taken.

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7. Legless Cowboy
A cowboy can be seen rising from the ground in the background of this photo. But the shadow makes it look like he doesn’t have legs.

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8. Ghost of a baby
The photographer who took this photo was visiting her daughter’s grave, but there was no child with her. She claims that they child in the photo looks nothing like her daughter.

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9. Child on the tracks
This photo was taken at the site of a horrific accident in San Antonio where children were hit by a train.

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10. The Tulip Staircase
A woman can be seen clutching the staircase in this photo. It was taken at the Queen’s House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England.

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11. The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
This photo was taken in 1936. The misty figure is believed to be Lady Dorothy Townsend who was the original owner of Raynham Hall.

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