Deer run amok in 2010 – Pesky cloven hooves keep deer from participating in most human activities, but that doesn't mean they won't try their darnedest to make a purchase at a local sundry, pony up to the bar for a brew or make a cash deposit at a neighborhood bank. CNN has covered some of the most important events in world history, but gathering dust in the back of the library is a wealth of curious gems featuring deer in their apparent most natural state – breaking and entering into our hearts. This video is a compilation of this year's best.
Olympic illumination – If you are itching for a countdown and can't wait till New Year's Eve, get your fix with London's new Olympic stadium lighting. BackStory producer Erin McLaughlin takes a backstage tour of the spectacular 2012 Olympic stadium in London.
Happy New Year Fellow Posters!
On a separate note, I wish CNN would get its act together as to when posting a comment to an article is available. I read an article the other day that invited readers to post a comment. There were none posted and their invitation said, "Be the first to post a comment." Yet there was no method of doing so. At the bottom of the article the "Post a Comment Section" was not there. This happens more times that not, especially for "Hot Articles" on which I would like to comment. Any suggestions on how to let these yahoos know about this pesky problem would be greatly appreciated.
And now for my deer comment of the day: Deer belong only in one place: On my plate!
Amen and pass the Bambi...
concerned citizen, to see pigs run in walmart, just shop eary on black friday
Deer that crash through the windshield of a car traveling at 50 mph are lethal. The deer population needs to be thinned quite a bit here (in Tennessee). There is a deer-car accident almost every day. When a deer comes crashing through your windshield you won't be thinking of Bambi anymore.
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