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  • Solar Roadways

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    funham
    22 May 2014 | 8:06 am
    The roadway of the future - looks promising.
  • Ronny Vancouver Favorite Inspiration

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    19 Jul 2014 | 2:21 pm
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  • Surreal and Twisted Conceptual Art by Fabian Buergy

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    EDW Lynch
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:31 am
    Swiss artist Fabian Buergy explores themes of dysfunction and transformation in his surreal and often twisted conceptual art installations and digital works. Buergy often starts with the everyday–an empty room, a child’s swing, a chair–and alters the object or adds a disruptive new element. He has more work on his Behance gallery. Bürgy creates conceptual situations and small interventions which are inspired by a wide range of mundane objects and appearances, from chairs and suicide belts to skid row textures, nails and even dog tails, all subjected to what could be…
  • A Story of Friendship With a Chicken

    I Can Has Cheezburger?
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Submitted by: (via Dump a Day) Tagged: friendship , chickens , weird Share on Facebook
 
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  • Surreal and Twisted Conceptual Art by Fabian Buergy

    EDW Lynch
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:31 am
    Swiss artist Fabian Buergy explores themes of dysfunction and transformation in his surreal and often twisted conceptual art installations and digital works. Buergy often starts with the everyday–an empty room, a child’s swing, a chair–and alters the object or adds a disruptive new element. He has more work on his Behance gallery. Bürgy creates conceptual situations and small interventions which are inspired by a wide range of mundane objects and appearances, from chairs and suicide belts to skid row textures, nails and even dog tails, all subjected to what could be…
  • Foursquare Shifts Check-Ins to Swarm, Teases Update for Foursquare App Including New Logo

    Rollin Bishop
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:06 am
    Location-based social networking company Foursquare is scheduled to shift all check-ins to the company’s Swarm app (see previous post) tomorrow and start fresh with a new Foursquare app in a couple of weeks that’s built to be more of a discovery engine for great local places. Foursquare recently decided to “unbundle” their services into two distinct apps — Swarm and Foursquare — that work together. The Foursquare Blog has more on upcoming changes for Swarm, and The Verge spoke a bit with Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley about the whole thing. images via The…
  • ‘Making a Mess’, An Interview With Artist Alex Pardee That Dives Into His Colorful Art Career

    Justin Page
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:49 am
    Nuvango Gallery has released their interview with talented artist Alex Pardee — titled “Making a Mess” — that dives into his colorful art career. Pardee’s portfolio and more about the man behind the creativity is available on his personal website and Nuvango Gallery. We spent the day watching Alex laugh, paint, snap the odd selfie and talk about his DIY approach to life. His unlikely career in art seems to be the byproduct of a series of experiments and failures gone right. He earns a living from his art but it also helps him cope with the tumultuous times in his…
  • Delightful Cut Paper Characters Made From Product Packaging

    EDW Lynch
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:38 am
    When she’s not doing client work, Japanese illustrator Takako Handa creates delightful cut paper characters out of product packaging. She uses primarily food and stationary packaging — both Japanese and international brands. photos via Takako Handa via Spoon & Tamago
  • A Series of Unbelievable Local Traditions

    Rollin Bishop
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:20 am
    Mental Floss host John Green discusses a number of regional events in “27 Unbelievable Local Traditions”. For example, Green notes that Austin, Texas celebrates Eeyore’s birthday.
 
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    The Art of the Prank

  • Who Put the White Flags on the Brooklyn Bridge?

    Moderator
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:49 pm
    Who raised white flags on Brooklyn Bridge — and why? by Michael Winter USA TODAY July 22, 2014 The New York Police Department had a big whodunit on its hands Tuesday, in addition to egg on its face. Who swapped out two big American flags flying over the Brooklyn Bridge towers with Old Glories that had been bleached white? And, more important, why? But a more pressing concern was how did the overnight caper happen right under the noses of the NYPD on one of the city’s most heavily guarded and constantly watched landmarks? “We’re lucky they just put a flag up there —…
  • Tiny Top Circus & BIGFOOT to Appear in LA

    Joey Skaggs, Editor
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:31 pm
    From Joey Skaggs and the Tiny Top Circus, the world’s only pataphysical circus: Two weeks ago, BIGFOOT mysteriously returned to the circus compound after escaping from the Tiny Top Circus while performing in New York City. The $10 million dollar reward has now been rescinded. Tiny Top Circus thanks New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Police for their outstanding assistance. Tiny Top Circus will now resume its touring schedule with an appearance at Perform Chinatown in Los Angeles on Saturday, July 26, 2014. Admission is free. Perform Chinatown 2014 – Chaos…
  • Obama Walks in Times Square and Survives

    Moderator
    19 Jul 2014 | 12:09 pm
    From Lee Washington & maxmantv: President Barrack Obama’s look-alike “Bronx Obama” walks across Times Square in New York and stops traffic. Watch the video: Related posts: Mario Bros. vs. Donkey Kong Las Vegas Yo-yo Master Takes on the Morning News Elderly Belgians Get Even
  • GayVillage Proposal Dupes Media

    Moderator
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:17 am
    From Concepta Cassar: Dutch ‘gay-only village’ hoax fools press The Guardian 19 June 2014 Dutch and foreign media taken in by gay rights group’s hoax plan for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender-only community Dutch media have hit out after the authorities in a southern city took part in an elaborate hoax announcing the construction of a “gay-only” village. The state broadcaster NOS and the national daily newspaper NRC reacted angrily on Thursday after they fell for the hoax a day earlier by publishing stories about plans for a community outside Tilburg…
  • Gil Fulbright for Senate!

    Moderator
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:35 am
    From Represent.Us: Help the honest politician crash the most expensive Senate race of all time. Get This Guy on TV Watch the video via Huffington Post Related posts: Joey Skaggs as Santa Takes His Missile Tow to the United Nations Egypt’s Revolution Artists Association: Using Art to Break Down Walls Ai Weiwei, Chinese Artist & Activist, in Custody
 
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  • A Robotic Arm Made from Recycled Bicycle Parts

    Laura Cochrane
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:01 am
    Building an 8'-long robotic arm with a chainsaw on the end is no small feat. Here's how it was done.Read more on MAKE
  • How-To: Salvage a Lawn Chair

    Andrew Salomone
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:01 am
    Instructables member operate has devised a way to kill two upcycling birds with one project stone by resurrecting a broken lawn chair with some salvaged vinyl in this ingenious tutorial.Read more on MAKE
  • LittleBits New CloudBit Module Simplifies Internet-Controlled Projects

    Mike Senese
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:47 am
    littleBits formally released their CloudBit module today — and announced a retail partnership with RadioShack that further expands the sales reach of the growing company.Read more on MAKE
  • Open Shoes, Open Robots, Open Health: Bilbao Mini Maker Faire 2014

    Sabrina Merlo
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:01 am
    Slideshow and report from Spain's Basque country Maker Faire — Bilbao!Read more on MAKE
  • Your Next 3D Scanner May Already Be in Your Pocket

    DC Denison
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:01 am
    Thinking about buying a 3D scanner? You may already have what you need in your pocket. Smartphones could emerge as a viable platform for quick scanning, which would spawn all sorts of 3D snapshots and Instagram-like 3D exchanges. Autodesk’s 123D Catch is already available, of course, but some new entrants could dramatically […]Read more on MAKE
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  • Get Digging! Shovel Knight is now available!

    Cubeecraft
    26 Jun 2014 | 8:39 am
    Shovel Knight, from the game by Yacht Club Games, is now available! Download him here, and buy the game here!
  • I hope you won’t object to Phoenix Wright now being Available

    Cubeecraft
    6 Jun 2014 | 10:14 am
    Phoenix Wright is now available in “standard” and “Objection!” poses. Phoenix is from the “Ace Attorney” game series by Capcom. Grab them here.
  • Captain Olimar is Now Available!

    Cubeecraft
    23 May 2014 | 1:28 pm
    From the Pikmin game series by Nintendo. Grab him here.
  • Red (Transistor) is Now Available!

    Cubeecraft
    19 May 2014 | 9:59 pm
    Red, the protagonist of Transistor by Supergiant Games, is now available! Grab her here.
  • “Hello again from Corinth and Draytonville Elementary”

    Cubeecraft
    1 May 2014 | 3:39 pm
    I just received this email and photo from the Draytonville and Corinth Elementary Schools: “We recently unveiled this year’s student Cubeecraft designs at our annual school district Arts Expo. We had a few thousand people turn out and all were drawn to the display. I have attached a photo of some of this year’s designs. Pictured are two 30” Cubees created by classes using compressed cardboard and hand painted, several 4” designs and of course the standard size. We used this photo to publicize the students work at the Expo. I have a few more to send and will do so in the coming…
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  • Surf Rage

    23 Jul 2014 | 1:40 am
    This video is dedicated to those people who thinks all surfers are chill dudes.
  • Weirdest Russian Fight

    23 Jul 2014 | 1:35 am
    This is what would happen if Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg had a baby, and it was Russian.
  • Combat Archery

    23 Jul 2014 | 1:30 am
    Bet this makes the rainbow umbrella you played with in gym look pretty lame.
  • Crazy Guy Plays Guitar

    22 Jul 2014 | 5:45 pm
    Now my Spanish isn't what it used to be, but I believe he's saying "this is why you don't take the train."
  • Extreme Road Rage

    22 Jul 2014 | 5:40 pm
    This dash cam has already paid for itself a hundred times over in lawsuits.
 
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    Improv Everywhere

  • “We Cause Scenes” Now Streaming on Netflix

    Charlie
    26 Jun 2014 | 11:24 am
    “We Cause Scenes,” the feature-length documentary about Improv Everywhere, is now streaming on Netflix. Watch it tonight! And please, even if you’re already seen it, help us out by adding it to your queue and rating it 5 stars. Help spread the word! We want as many people as possible to watch our story. Watch the film on Netflix The film is only on Netflix in the US, Canada, and UK at the moment; if you live outside of those countries or aren’t a Netflix member, you can still download the film for $5 on wecausescenes.com. If you’ve arrived here because…
  • Slow Mo Home Depot (Remastered)

    Charlie
    17 Jun 2014 | 7:43 am
    (View it larger on YouTube) | Subscribe to our YouTube channel Created and Directed by: Charlie Todd / Editor Ilya Smelansky / Music: Tyler Walker 225 people shop in slow motion in a Manhattan Home Depot for five minutes and then freeze in place for five minutes, surprising and delighting the employees and customers in the store. This is a newly remastered video of our classic 2006 project containing new footage and drastically improved video quality. Slow Mo Home Depot was the first time Improv Everywhere staged a “freeze in place” mission, and it served as the inspiration for…
  • The Mannequin Mob

    Charlie
    29 Apr 2014 | 7:23 am
    (View on YouTube) | Subscribe to us on YouTube Created and Directed by Charlie Todd / Produced by: Deverge / Music by Tyler Walker For our latest mission, we surprised shoppers and employees at the 5th Avenue Gap in Manhattan by giving the store 40 extra mannequins. Performers entered the store wearing white Morphsuits under Gap-style clothing. At the exact same second they zipped up their suits and froze in place next to the store’s actual mannequins. Customers and employees laughed and took photos of the performance, but Gap security reacted by dialing 911. The police arrived and…
  • Spider-Man In Real Life – Update!

    Charlie
    2 Apr 2014 | 8:07 am
    (View on YouTube) | Subscribe to us on YouTube Created and Directed by Charlie Todd / Produced by: Deverge / Music by Tyler Walker [Watch the video first and then read the spoilers below] If you haven’t figured it out by now, the Spider-Man In Real Life mission was our annual April Fool’s hoax. We did not actually have an actor in a Spider-Man costume jump off a 20-story building and land on a busy New York City sidewalk. While it would be awesome, there is no way to pull that off safely without a closed set. We recruited some veteran Improv Everywhere agents to be members of the crowd,…
  • Spider-Man In Real Life

    Charlie
    1 Apr 2014 | 6:37 am
    (View on YouTube) | Subscribe to us on YouTube Created and Directed by Charlie Todd / Produced by: Deverge / Music by Tyler Walker For our latest mission, we brought Spider-Man to life by having a stunt performer in costume jump off a 20-story building in Midtown Manhattan, surprising the random New Yorkers on the street below. This project is part of our ongoing series, Movies in Real Life. Enjoy the video first and then go behind the scenes with our mission report and photos below. UPDATE: There is a very important update to this project that you should read after you’ve seen the…
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  • Is Tatooine really as bad as it is made out to be?

    John Lampard
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:32 pm
    A People’s History of Tattooine by Jacob Harris, Tim Carmody, and others. Having, by chance, re-watched the original “Star Wars” trilogy last week, it is apparent our perceptions of the planet, and the Mos Eisley space port, are very much shaped by Obi-Wan Kenobi’s quite disparaging, really, point of view. What if Mos Eisley wasn’t really that wretched and it was just Obi Wan being racist again? It’s hardly an excuse, but I guess the old Jedi master hadn’t ever envisaged that he would end up seeing out out his days on the desert planet.
  • A list of the worst songs, according to people who like good songs

    John Lampard
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    The worst songs in the world as nominated by MetaFilter members. Most of these selections are on the mark, one or two are… subjective. You probably don’t want your wedding planner seeing this list though, lest they go taking inspiration from it.
  • Ditching simple passwords isn’t all that simple

    John Lampard
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:33 pm
    The use of simple, or weak, passwords isn’t so bad, nor for that matter is using the same password on multiple websites. Only in certain circumstances though, for instance where the web service you are using is deemed to be “low risk”, say a group of Microsoft researchers. Email and bank or finance applications are obviously examples of high risk websites that require complex pass codes, but it might be – and who knows – that the password for your tennis club’s online discussion forum isn’t. While the use of strong, or complex, passwords is…
  • Being depressed… how does it actually feel though?

    John Lampard
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:01 pm
    A number of London based depression patients discuss their day to day experiences of the disorder… it’s one thing to understand the symptoms of depression, but another to know how it must actually feel. Depression for me is not liking yourself, having no confidence in yourself, seeking reassurance, hanging onto anything that you can, pretty much anything emotionally, get your hands on. Lacking courage.
  • Charlie's Country (film review)

    John Lampard
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:32 pm
    Charlie (David Gulpilil), an Indigenous Australian living in Arnhem Land, is in a bind. His overly dependent family relies on his pension money, and his house, leaving Charlie to live in a makeshift shed. Government regulations meanwhile prohibit him from owning a hunting rifle, something that makes living off the land difficult. Determined however to embrace a traditional lifestyle, Charlie sets up camp deep in the bush, and for a time is content. After illness strikes though, he is sent to a hospital in Darwin. He soon discharges himself and connects with the city’s Aboriginal…
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    Inside Seaworld

  • National Zookeeper Week: Thom

    Kathryn Danganan
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:37 pm
    We are all passionate about animals here at SeaWorld San Diego, but no one more so than the team members who care for them every single day. Zoos and aquariums are made up of individuals striving to make a difference in the world we all share. Each one of our keepers at SeaWorld builds strong connections between guests and our Animal Ambassadors. It is our hope that, with this connection, our guests will leave with a sense of urgency to care for the natural world around them. This week, we’d like to celebrate the many passionate people who make SeaWorld what it is today. Many of our…
  • Rescued great horned owl, Owlfred, reunited with rescuer, and the team that cares for him

    Robyn Sheckler
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:07 pm
      Meet Owlfred, a very special member of our SeaWorld family. He was rescued by Murray Miller of Tampa, Fla. in 2013 when Murray saw Owlfred in distress. He approached Murray several times, making a crying sound and seeking help. Murray knew something was not quite right and decided to bring Owlfred to the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, a local organization that conserves and restores natural ecosystems including birds and other wildlife. After receiving care and rehabilitation for several months at the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, it was determined that Owlfred could not be…
  • National Zookeeper Week: Erin

    Kathryn Danganan
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:53 pm
    We are all passionate about animals here at SeaWorld San Diego, but no one more so than the team members who care for them every single day. Zoos and aquariums are made up of individuals striving to make a difference in the world we all share. Each one of our keepers at SeaWorld builds strong connections between guests and our Animal Ambassadors. It is our hope that, with this connection, our guests will leave with a sense of urgency to care for the natural world around them. This week, we’d like to celebrate the many passionate people who make SeaWorld what it is today. Many of our…
  • Waterpark Fun at Aquatica San Diego

    Kathryn Danganan
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:43 pm
    I visited Aquatica SeaWorld’s Waterpark for the very first time this summer and had a blast. The giant waterpark has an awesome wave pool, water slides and animals. I really liked spending the day outside playing with my mommy and daddy. We got to the park as soon as they opened and went to our cabana. The cabana was right next to the wave pool and had lots of sand for me to play in. Everything about the cabana was neat. There was even a beach chair just my size. It was a really sunny day and I liked getting to sit in the shade with a refrigerator for water when I was thirsty. I had a…
  • National Zookeeper Week: Todd

    Kathryn Danganan
    20 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    We are all passionate about animals here at SeaWorld San Diego, but no one more so than the team members who care for them every single day. Zoos and aquariums are made up of individuals striving to make a difference in the world we all share. Each one of our keepers at SeaWorld builds strong connections between guests and our Animal Ambassadors. It is our hope that, with this connection, our guests will leave with a sense of urgency to care for the natural world around them. This week, we’d like to celebrate the many passionate people who make SeaWorld what it is today. Many of our…
 
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    Theme Park Tourist

  • 6 Lesser-Known Snacks That EVERYONE Should Try at Walt Disney World

    AZiese
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:24 am
    Most Disney fans are well aware of the park’s iconic snack options. If you can find it on a tee shirt or air freshener, chances are good that nearly everyone knows about it. If you’re looking for something a little more original, however, you might not know where to start your search.Here are some of the lesser known snack options on Disney property.1. Chili Cheese Fries from Cosmic Rays in Magic KingdomChili Cheese FriesLooking for something salty to satisfy your craving? Stop in Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom. This plate of piping hot fries smothered…
  • The 15 Best Roller Coasters in the World (As Voted By YOU)

    Brian Krosnick
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:08 am
    Take a look at the top 15 roller coasters on Earth according to YOUR ratings! By now, you know all about our free-to-download park guides that already feature almost 23,000 ratings from our readers, and how those ratings affect the live-updating TPT100. We compiled your ratings to create a countdown of the 15 Best Dark Rides – as voted by YOU. Now, it’s time to take a look at the roller coasters that your ratings have weighed as the world’s best.Keep in mind, dark rides dominate our TPT100 list of the top attractions on Earth. That’s expected, given that stellar…
  • The 2 MAJOR Changes Rumored to be Coming to Walt Disney World's Epcot

    Amanda
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:03 am
    Big changes are rumored to be coming to Epcot in the near future.Though Hollywood Studios is often viewed as the Walt Disney World park most in need of refurbishment, Epcot's attendance has been growing at smaller and smaller levels over the years, and some of the attractions at the park (specifically in the Future World area) have been showing their age.However, there it looks like there are some big plans in the future for Epcot , that include both Future World and World Showcase. Of course, none of these developments have been confirmed by Disney, but two have some pretty strong sources…
  • All-Star Roundtable: 4 HUGE Changes Coming to a Theme Park Near You

    Marc Kleinhenz
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:22 am
    Want a peek into the (near) future? We'll tell you the four places that Disney, Universal, and the rest will take theme parks to, ranging from living and breathing hotels to open-ended (socially) immersive events and rides. Now that both New Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Florida have finally been completed and opened, ushering in the latest and greatest in theme park design, it’s time to look to the future. Where can – and, much more importantly, should – Imagineers take us next? Should the focus be on ride…
  • 10 New Lands and Attractions that Could be Coming Soon to Universal Orlando

    Amanda
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:06 am
    Last week, Universal Orlando sent out a survey asking participants what kind of attraction they would like to see from Universal in the future.Though there were some generic-themed lands included as options (like “board games” and “video games”) the following ten pop-culture fixtures appeared on the list. Nothing has been confirmed (indeed, this seems more like a "test the water to see what type of attractions people would like to see" exercise), let’s engage in a little speculation about what kind of experiences attractions based on these properties could include (and how likely it…
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    Dream catcher. A nightly journey

  • Classical house & frozen car

    Max Walsh
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    I could hear very loud classical music being played. It was a bright sunny day and I was outside in the countryside. I walked across a grass field, heading towards the music. As it got louder, I turned a corner and was confronted with huge stone steps up to a massive stately home. The music was coming from the house beyond the steps and I sat half way up the steps to listen. I remained there with my eyes closed, soaking up the sounds and sun. It was very pleasant. I was next in a car park, it was dark and late at night. It was in contrast to the stately home setting, ice cold and…
  • Who's Eric Morcambe?

    Max Walsh
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:41 pm
    I used to live in the Lincolnshire seaside town of Skegness and often dream of being there. Last night I had returned to collect some belongings from my family. I was with two other people but I didn't know them. I walked them through the streets until we reached a house that I said was my family home. It wasn't and I'd randomly picked a house I liked the look of. I opened a door by pretending I had the keys but went through the motion of turning them in the lock. There was a second door which I did the same again, both times the doors opened. We entered into a living room to find a…
  • Hammer time

    Max Walsh
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:15 am
    Last night I was running with a very full washing up bowl of oil. I was in my Nan's old house where I was born. In my mind I needed to pour the bowl down a sink and then turn the hot tap on to break up the oil. I ran into the back room where I was actually born in. The only thing in the room was an old style wooden unit that had a lift up lid. When I pulled up the lid, it revealed a sink but I couldn't see a tap. I pulled at a handle and it turned into a record player, an old vinyl 78rmp dropped down and began to play. I dropped the bowl of oil on the floor and started to…
  • CCTV, pants & scams

    Max Walsh
    19 Jul 2014 | 10:59 pm
    My night began in a street, no idea where but I was there with my wife our good friend Fi. Fi asked me to put up a CCTV camera on the wall of a building, I climbed a very rickety old ladder which she held whilst I fixed the camera. I next heard a phone ringing as I lay asleep, It was coming from my wife's side of the bed. I know it was a dream because we don't have a phone in the bedroom. I reached over and answered it. A voice said, "This is the adult learning centre you have an appointment on Wednesday". I then heard a group of people in the street outside my house, they were all…
  • Coffin dodger

    Max Walsh
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:45 am
    I started off by entering a garden shed that turned out to be a church on the inside. I approached the altar I could see an open coffin that was an odd shape but defiantly a coffin because I could see the dead body of one of my neighbours in it.  (I won't name them for fear of freaking them out). As I sadly walked towards the coffin my wife suddenly ran past me, nudging me as she rushed towards the altar. As she reached the coffin, she didn't slow down and gave it a hard shove, shooting across the room. Lastly I was waiting to board a coach but was waiting for my wife to…
 
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  • Mooning Bridesmaids for Hump Day

    Bentbird
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:24 am
    For wedding photos bridesmaids and the bridal party mooning seems to be the new thing. Which in the case of these photos the mooning isn’t a bad thing at all. So for this hump day we share bridesmaids baring a little bit of the assets. View Bridesmaids Mooning Gallery The post Mooning Bridesmaids for Hump Day appeared first on ElectronicBomb.com.
  • Abbey Clancy | British Runway and Lingerie Model

    Bentbird
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:20 am
    View Abbey Clancy Gallery The post Abbey Clancy | British Runway and Lingerie Model appeared first on ElectronicBomb.com.
  • Just Thigh High

    Bentbird
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Today we have some woman in thigh high lingerie showing off a little leg. Something to get the imagination flowing on this Monday. View Thigh High Gallery The post Just Thigh High appeared first on ElectronicBomb.com.
  • Side Boob Of A Woman

    Bentbird
    18 Jul 2014 | 10:20 am
    We finish the work week off with the sexy side boob of a woman. View Side boob Gallery Here are some boob jokes for you and I am not saying a damn one of these are good. Q: What do toys and boobs have in common? A: They were both originally made for kids, but dad ends up playing with them! Q: Why was the mermaid wearing sea shells? A: Her boobs were too big for B shells.  Q: What do you call a girl without boobs? A: Justin Bieber And Lastly…. A drunk blonde woman was sitting at a bar says to the barman, “Barfender, I’d like a marhini for my heartburn.” The barman…
  • A Bad Tattoo Will Haunt You

    Bentbird
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:47 am
    Bad decisions with bad tattoos that will haunt you for the rest of your life. VIEW BAD TATTOO GALLERY The post A Bad Tattoo Will Haunt You appeared first on ElectronicBomb.com.
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    Pulp Interest

  • WORLD CUP 2014: Loew No Longer Low In Fitting Finale To Compelling Tournament

    Simon Fallaha
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:23 am
    In his final World Cup 2014 column, Simon Fallaha proclaims Germany rightful Kings Of The Football World, and reveals his own tournament “award winners”.On a barmy, balmy night in Rio De Janeiro, Germany persisted to a deserved triumph over a valiant Argentinian side, winning the World Cup for the fourth time overall but for the first time as a unified nation, to follow West Germany’s treble of wins in 1954, 1974 and 1990.In doing so, they went from zeroes to heroes, and from chokers to champions, at long last putting aside the ghosts of Fabio Grosso, Fernando Torres, Carles…
  • World Cup 2014: Argy Bargy, and the third place final

    Simon Fallaha
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:46 am
    Simon Fallaha reviews the second semi-final, picks his tournament winners and makes a case for the third place finalThe worry for the second semi-final of Brazil 2014, in advance, is that Brazil vs. Germany raised the bar so high for astonishment, entertainment and clinical finishing that it was always going to be a tough, even impossible, act to follow.In the event, Louis van Gaal’s Holland did not possess quite enough Argy Bargy to see off their marginally more determined opponents in Sao Paulo. It was a case of sad history repeating itself for the Dutch; sixteen years before, they…
  • Garth Brooks: Friends In Low Places

    Aisling Keogh
    10 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    Garth Brooks has definitely got “friends in low places” namely An Taoiseach Enda Kenny. The frustration behind the cancellation of what was likely to be one of the biggest music events Ireland has ever played host to is incredibly understandable. In fact one might go as far as to call it down right crazy, especially since the chamber of commerce estimated that the gigs would benefit the Irish economy to the tune of €50 million euro.However, surely Mr Kenny could have intervened if he really did believe it was necessary at a much earlier date, this didn’t just happen yesterday, which…
  • World Cup 2014: The Magnificent Seven

    Simon Fallaha
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:16 am
    And we thought Spain’s 5-1 hammering by Holland was staggering… Simon Fallaha muses on Germany’s incredible 7-1 victory over Brazil in the World Cup semi-finalsBelligerent Brazilian brutality was trumped by Grand German efficiency in a tub-thumping, eye-opening, record-breaking spectacle in Belo Horizonte last night.For both Germans and neutrals, it was a joy to watch, delightful advertisement for clinical, mouthwatering attacking team play. For Brazil, it transcended disaster. A record five World Cups will be scant consolation for the nation who hoped that this would be the…
  • Not So “Straight” Forward

    Aisling Keogh
    6 Jul 2014 | 10:42 am
    The topic of LGBT rights hasn’t been far from the news in the recent past, a world-wide talking point in fact, from Proposition 8 in the States to the Winter Olympic Games in Russia. A little closer to home we have the planned vote to amend the Irish Constitution in order to legalize same sex marriage.We are living in a generation of change and in my opinion change for the better, so how on earth were the things that happened in Russia in what one can only describe as the tyranny of Vladimir Putin allowed to keep happening. We seem to take one step forward; take for example the eventual…
 
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  • The Smoky Haze of My Father’s Cigar

    Serge Stevens
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:29 am
    In Tampa, Florida, there’s a neighborhood called Ybor City, which is notable for more than its unusual name. At one time, more than 150 cigar-making businesses called it home. They’ve all pretty much closed shop over the years, with the exception of the family-owned J.C. Newman Cigar Company, which began rolling cigars in the 1930s. The government is now considering enacting new regulations that may spell the end of this family business. Hearing about it got me thinking about cigars. I was brought up in a cigar home. My father was an avid smoker, and the smell of his Garcia y Vega was as…
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Powerful Best

    Dre Weston
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:01 am
    Though he died in February, the shadow of Philip Seymour Hoffman continues to hang heavy over Hollywood. His new film A Most Wanted Man opens on Friday, two days after what would have been his 47th birthday, on July 23rd. In addition, people are talking about the news that he left his entire estate of $35 million to his longtime companion and mother of his children, Mimi O’Donnell, and didn’t make any plans for the youngsters themselves, not wanting them to grow up as “trust fund kids.” Last Sunday, legendary author John Le Carré, author of the novel A Most Wanted…
  • When Doctors Pushed Cigarettes—20 Absurd Ads

    Glenn Albin
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Cigarettes kill? A Florida jury thought so and has just awarded a widow of a lung cancer victim $24 billion in damages. Lawyers argued that R.J. Reynolds was negligent in informing consumers of the addictive dangers of tobacco. DYR looks back, not too many years ago, when dentists recommended Viceroys and 20,679 physicians agreed that Luckies protected your throat against cough. And one teary-eyed baby cried: “Before you scold me, Mom, maybe you’d better light up a Marlboro.” Let’s face it, American tobacco brands have always had it pretty easy with lax standards for truth in ads. By…
  • Sun & Stars: Roddy McDowall’s Home Movies

    Eric Newill
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    Summer 1965: The Vietnam War is roiling, and President Lyndon Johnson not only announces an increase in American troops on the ground in Southeast Asia, but also doubles the number of men drafted into the service per month—from 17,000 to 35,000. In Alabama, a seminarian from New Hampshire, working for the civil rights movement, is shot and killed protecting an African-American girl from a Southern deputy with a gun. In Los Angeles, the racially charged Watts Riots begin, a six-day conflagration that causes 34 deaths, 3,438 arrests and more than $40 million in damage. A few miles to the…
  • It Happened Today – July 23

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Harry Potter in Just 2 Minutes

    Dave
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:15 am
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You If you don’t know anything about Harry Potter and don’t have time to watch the movies, then check out this video to see the gist in just two minutes. The post Everything You Need to Know About Harry Potter in Just 2 Minutes appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Cute Baby Thinks it’s the Funniest Thing She’s Ever Seen When Her Dog is Fed Popcorn

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    18 Jul 2014 | 10:07 am
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You This little girls thinks it’s a hoot when her dog Jager is fed popcorn! The post Cute Baby Thinks it’s the Funniest Thing She’s Ever Seen When Her Dog is Fed Popcorn appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Extremely Cool Cloud Lamp Brings a Thunderstorm Inside Your Home

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    16 Jul 2014 | 11:13 am
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You Not only does this lamp light up like a real thunderstorm but it also sounds like one too! It doesn’t light up until it detects your movement. Check out the video below! Found at Bored Panda via Richard Clarkson and you can purchase it here. The post Extremely Cool Cloud Lamp Brings a Thunderstorm Inside Your Home appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Why are Tattoos Permanent and Why They Don’t Have to be

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    13 Jul 2014 | 6:40 am
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You via TED-Ed For the tattoo love check out The Mammoth Book of Tattoos. The post Why are Tattoos Permanent and Why They Don’t Have to be appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Without Words in the World of Wrestling Will Either Have You Laughing or Shaking Your Head in Frustration

    Dave
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:36 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You Oh Yeah!  This is the Macho Man Randy Savage.  You won’t hear that once in this video but you will here the sound of hyperventilating. The post Without Words in the World of Wrestling Will Either Have You Laughing or Shaking Your Head in Frustration appeared on Dummies of the Year.
 
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  • Crazy star [Gif]

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    23 Jul 2014 | 5:02 am
    Some stars are just crazy. Stay out of their way.The post Crazy star [Gif] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • Legal and illegal drugs on negative film [Pic]

    Bustaflash
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:42 am
    This is what it looks like when a mix of illegal and legal drugs are dropped onto negative film. The effects are as trippy as the effects of the drugs themselves.The post Legal and illegal drugs on negative film [Pic] appeared first on Bored be gone..
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    23 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    Cats are evil sons of bitches. Here we see a cat trying to corrupt a dog to turn to the purry side.The post Cats are evil [Gif] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • My reaction about things I don’t care about [Gif]

    Bustaflash
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:16 pm
    With so much going on in life, this is the reaction I have when something happens that I simply couldn’t care less about if I tried.The post My reaction about things I don’t care about [Gif] appeared first on Bored be gone..
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    22 Jul 2014 | 3:26 pm
    Who knew that drinking milk was the requirement to become a ninja.The post Milk Ninja [Gif] appeared first on Bored be gone..
 
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  • Screaming Flower Picture for Flower Lover

    Admin
    12 Jul 2014 | 11:22 pm
    Beautiful Creation of Nature, Purple Screaming Flower Picture which is making me Crazy. Photo Credit: Dale via Flickr Under CCThe post Screaming Flower Picture for Flower Lover appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
  • Google Also Knows Israel is Palestine

    Admin
    11 Jul 2014 | 11:16 pm
    A Picture of T-Shirt which Tells the truth. The Condition of Palestine (Ghza) and Israel is not Hidden for You or World. So it’s a Perfect Image for Showing Reality. Photo Credit: Abel CAINE via Flickr Under CCThe post Google Also Knows Israel is Palestine appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
  • A Complete American Modern Family Circle Sketch

    Admin
    11 Jul 2014 | 1:59 am
    This is a Great and Complete American Family Sketch. This can Also Apply on Other but Its a Trend in America and China to Have One Chile So This Picture is a True Shadow of American Family Circle.The First Hand is “Father”, Second “Mother” and in Last a Cute Baby. The Strongest Thing in This World is a Love Between Family Member which is Showing in This Sketch.Photo Credit: Gideon Burton via Flickr Under CCThe post A Complete American Modern Family Circle Sketch appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
  • Funny Dog Wearing Costume of Superman

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    10 Jul 2014 | 5:46 am
    The Costume of Dog Looks Amazing and I Think this Dog Won the Prize in Dog Costume Competition. It’s a Very Nice and Funny Dog Image.Photo Credit: Yuankuei Cheng via Flickr Under CCThe post Funny Dog Wearing Costume of Superman appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
  • Funny Dog Looks Professional Photographer

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    9 Jul 2014 | 4:35 am
    This Funny Dog Looks like a Professional Photographer. The Image is too Old, You can Measure Te Oldness of the Picture with The Camera Model which is Used in 1970′s ( I Think ). So Did you Ever Look a Dog Like This ?Photo Credit: Pawstruck.com via Photopin Under CCThe post Funny Dog Looks Professional Photographer appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
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  • 10 Interesting Facts about Istanbul

    admin
    4 Jul 2014 | 12:51 am
    Istanbul is full of interesting facts. These facts will definitely make you eager to tour Turkey’s largest city. Istanbul is one of world oldest cities and it played very important role during ancient times. Today, Istanbul has remained to be one of the most significant cities in the world. It is strategically located between Europe [...]
  • 10 Interesting Facts About Nepal

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    30 Mar 2014 | 3:05 am
    Amazing, Fun & Interesting Facts About Nepal Officially known as the Democratic Republic of Nepal, the country is bordered by some of the biggest developing countries of the world. The country is home to several peaks and diverse heritage of linguistics. Having been a monarchy for most part of its history it is now a [...]
  • 10 Interesting Facts About Spain

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    30 Mar 2014 | 3:05 am
    Amazing, Fun & Interesting Facts About Spain Officially called the Kingdom of Spain, Spain is only second to France in its size in Western Europe. Being the largest producer of olive oil, the country is also nearly as mountainous as Switzerland. Now let us know some amazing & very interesting facts about Spain Interesting Facts [...]
  • 10 Interesting facts about China

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    30 Mar 2014 | 3:04 am
    Amazing, Fun & Interesting Facts About China The world’s most populous country is the People’s Republic of China. Governed by a single communist party it is the second largest country by land mass. Here are 10 amazing & very interesting facts about China that you may not be aware of- Interesting facts about China #1: [...]
  • 10 Interesting Facts About Belgium

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    30 Mar 2014 | 3:04 am
    Amazing, Fun & Interesting Facts About Belgium Belgium which is officially known as the Kingdom of Belgium is a central kingdom in the Western Europe. It is a founder member of the European Union and hosts the European Union’s headquarters with those of numerous other chief international associations like NATO. It is a small country. But in spite of its size, Belgium [...]
 
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