Suffering from a subconscious filled with puppets, Neil Patrick Harris looks forward to a day where person and puppet can coexist outside of his dreams. Together, NPH and a horde of Henson puppets raise awareness about this terrible disorder affecting a few people. Neil's Puppet Dreams premieres November 27, 2012 on Nerdist Channel.
This Thanksgiving, we're thankful for this fearless couple and their adorable rescue of a family of bear cubs from a dumpster.
Protein bars usually contain as much sugar as a doughnut and have an ingredient list that requires a doctorate to pronounce. RXBARs are different. With no more than eight ingredients, each bar contains only real, whole foods and delivers 12g of quality protein without any added sugar. At the core of every bar is a mixture of egg whites, fruits, and nuts — which they print right on the front of the package — and each of their 12 flavors are gluten-, soy-, and dairy-free. Our favorites are Chocolate Sea Salt, Blueberry, and Peanut Butter, but we recommend starting with the best seller pack, which comes with six of their top selling flavors. Keep a few of these in your gym bag, office drawer, and kitchen pantry for when you need a snack and resist the urge to scarf a candy bar.
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When Casper entered the mattress market a few years ago, they changed the mattress industry. And now, after 30 engineering improvements and nearly half a million happy customers, the Casper mattress is more breathable and comfortable than ever. Each mattress is made of multiple layers of foam, including one for support and pressure relief, and one to make sure you sleep cool and comfortable. It's all wrapped up in a durable woven cover, and shipped right to your door in a box that's easy to maneuver into even the smallest homes or apartments. You get 100 nights to try it out and can return it for free if you're not satisfied.
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During last night's Top Ten List, David Letterman enlisted the mind of Paul Rudd to countdown the top ten thoughts that were running through his head when an audience member lost his lunch off the balcony, during a performance of his Broadway play Grace.
Completely self-taught, Kelvin Doe is an engineering prodigy from Sierra Leone, Africa. As the youngest person ever to be invited to MIT's Visiting Practitioner's Program for international development, this 15-year-old is already building his own batteries, generators and transmitters from parts he found in trash bins, and has created his own radio station, broadcasting news and music as DJ Focus from an RF transmitter he made himself.