'The Football' Party Briefcase
Inspired by the briefcase that carried nuclear launch codes during the Cuban Missile Crisis, this case comes stocked with everything necessary to turn you into a ticking time bomb yourself (half-bottles of Patron & Grey Goose, shots of Red Bull...eyedrops), and sports a handcuff to ensure you don't lose it, even if its contents make you do just that.
Pere Tarragó built this MV Agusta 750 S.
Human Slingshots Are Probably the Most Fun You Can Have on Land
This is THE original human slingshot developed by the Pope family in Hobble Creek Canyon, UT. Just a couple posts and some bungie cords. Filmed with Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 7D. Edited in FCP and color corrected in DaVinci Resolve.
Music: "Head In the Air" by Micah Anderson
The resurrected DeLorean Motor Company is producing an electric version of the iconic 1980s DMC-12 sports car for release in 2013.
Yes! You’re looking at the brand-new, all-electric DeLorean which debuted at the DMC Texas – Open House Event Oct.14th, 2011.
For several years, DeLorean Motor Company of Texas has been reconstituting the fruit of John Z. Deloreans’s troubled loins. Now they are working with electric-car startup Epic EV to put an all-electric DMC-12 into production by 2013.
A baby dolphin with its umbilical cord still attached was found beached near Montevideo city, Uruguay. Luckily, a rescue organization got involved and and has been nursing the little guy back to health. These pictures might just kill you.
Below is a pretty great list of 50 things that all of us have learned from movies.
1. All telephone numbers in America begin with the digits 555.
2. Medieval peasants had perfect teeth.
3. The ventilation system of any building is the perfect hiding place. No one will ever think of looking for you in there, and you can travel to any other part of the building you want without difficulty.
An eye-level trip around the Circuit de Catalunya with Lucas di Grassi
While testing Pirelli tyres in a Toyota F1 car around Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya, Lucas Di Grassi strapped a minicam to his helmet. The result is below.
And the reason we don’t get this angle on the TV coverage? The camera actually obscures half of his helmet. So remember as you watch this: he’s driving with one eye.
James May at the Edge of Space is a British documentary in which television presenter James May came close to fulfilling his lifelong dream to be an astronaut by flying to the edge of space in a Lockheed U-2 spy plane. It was first aired on BBC Four on 21 June 2009 as part of commemorations of the 40th anniversary of the first Apollo moon landing, and tied in with another May documentary an hour earlier on BBC Two called James May on the Moon.
The programme followed May's three days of training with the United States Air Force at Beale Air Force Base in which he practiced safety drills and learnt how to use a space suit correctly. With training complete, he was taken on a three-hour flight reaching an altitude of over 70,000 feet (21,000 m), piloted by instructor pilot Major John "Cabi" Cabigas.
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