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The Most Important Things Online: WestJet's Christmas Miracle Commercial, the Dr. Who Christmas Trailer and More
Originally posted 12/13/2013 01:00PM
Holiday travel is awful.
You're lugging around a bulky coat. The lines at the airport are unbearable. And there's always someone insufferable on your plane (and, usually, sitting right next to you).
But it doesn't have to be an express jet to hell. This year, WestJet pulled off the sweetest "miracle" for passengers, with a little help from Santa and his elves (er, their employees). Santa asked passengers what they wanted for Christmas – only to find their presents coming down the baggage shoot when they arrived at their destination.
Plus: Another video that will make you weep, more that will make you laugh, the trailer for the Dr. Who Christmas special, and more of the most important random things online.
Originally posted 11/16/2013 08:00AM
Astronaut Chris Hadfield had us all riveted with his videos from space, where he illustrated the fascinating effects of zero-gravity on the mundane.
(Remember when he opened up a can of nuts in one oddly riveting clip?)
Now, in a new video to support the men's cancer-awareness campaign Movember, the astronaut is showing the (not-so) fascinating effects of (totally having) gravity on the mundane.
Plus: The new "Gangnam Style," the baby cheetah cam that is too cute to handle, and more of the most important – and random! – things online.
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