3 videos to watch this weekend - Nov 29

Conditioning dogs to salivate at the sound of a bell can make you famous, getting your cat to stick its tongue out when you unroll sticky tape gets you millions of YouTube views.

When a flight in Siberia was in trouble of not being able to leave, the passengers opted to take matters into their own hands. It is still not clear what the passengers were able to do that the normal vehicle to push the aircraft could not, but it does make you grateful you are not required to do it here.

Americans celebrated Thanksgiving earlier in the week and what better way to show your thanks and heritage than to strap a camera to the back of an eagle flying in a stadium full of football fans while singing their national anthem.


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