This is a very cool video made by Alex Profit. He took a trip “around the world” in a little over 3 weeks and captured these photos. He’s compiled them together in a short of stop-motion film. Check it out, it’s pretty darned impressive.
You can see by looking at this thing that it would be hard to make work. Most zombies move slowly, but getting the toilet seat over their head can be challenging to say the least. Read On »
Sure cooking can be fun…but so can drinking. Why not combine the two? Take some wine (a lot of wine) and some butter, and some bread, and some cheese…and make a marvelous meal. Enjoy your grilled cheese sandwich…and tomorrow when your belly is satisfied and you’re sober enough to thank me, send me an email thanking me.
It may not be marked on most calendars, but if you’re a math nerd (or a nerd in general), you know what March 14th was. It’s 3/14, otherwise known as the first three digits of Pi. That’s since become a minor geek holiday of sorts, and has prompted some fairly unique celebrations over the years. One of the latest comes from musician Michael John Blake, who interpreted Pi to the first 31 decimal places as musical notes and turned it into a song — played at 157 beats per minute, no less (or half of 314).
After the last sneak peek, JETMAN officially presented his formation and precision flight abilities to the press for the first time during the Breitling Flying days in Buochs, Switzerland, by flying together with and around the Breitling Wingwalkers for 3 minutes… and now it’s there for you all to see!
Check out this awesome invention and idea from the 1950’s. I’m surprised that this didn’t catch on. From what I understand it’s a bit hard to actually implement and can cause a lot of strain on certain parts, but you’d still imagine that a device like this could be perfected and utilized. Lord knows that many of us could use the help in parallel parking.