When was the last time a Rube Goldberg machine made your heart race? Because this classic from Japanese children’s show Pitagora Suichi is as exciting as an Indiana Jones flick. Plus it has an awesome theme song. “I’ll be there brothers, hang on, almost there!”
“It almost seemed like she enjoyed running for it’s own sake. I mean… what? What?!” Kim ran a marathon, but she never once mentioned that or even how she trained for it on social media. Experts weigh in on her uncanny lack of the need for validation.
Los Angeles’ pop art Gallery1988 offers up a collection which pays tribute to the greatest sitcom of all time, Seinfeld. The exhibit kicked off on 10/17, and you can find many of the works for sale on their website. Sadly, Cuyler Smith’s George Costanza trading cards are sold out.
Next time you encounter someone who has no clue how to park, leave them a not-so-subtle hint with one of these amusing business cards. You’ll get a pack of 100 3.5″ x 2″ cards, printed on card stock, enough to deal with at least a week’s worth of a-holes in most major cities.
We’ve been admonished never to aim a laser pointer into the sky, as it could distract aircraft pilots. But nobody said we can’t aim them at the ground to distract dogs. That’s exactly what happened with this pack of strays in Russia, egged on by a duo of mischief makers above.
HISHE tries to come up with a more sensible beginning to Back to the Future: Part II, but it doesn’t make much sense. How’s this for a practical opening: have Doc Brown tell Marty and Jennifer to move after they get married and start their family elsewhere. Problem solved.
With Back to the Future Day upon us, and Halloween just around the corner, we can think of no better costume than Marty McFly on a Hoverboard, which makes it look like its wearer is hovering off the ground, without magnets or electricity – just a good old optical illusion.
Looking for a fun way to scare the neighborhood kids this Halloween? Got a drone lying around? Then you’ll definitely want to check out this amusing flying ghost gimmick. As one YouTube commenter pointed out, it would look even better flying at night with backlights.
(PG-13: Language) In Mike Judge’s 2006 movie, everyone had a low IQ. But as Cracked points out, at least they knew they were idiots. Best of all, they were nice people. Unlike today where we have idiots who don’t want to be educated, hateful idiots, and idiots with power.