The Bespoke BBQ Company has created the God-grilla, the world’s largest BBQ. The 16′ long beast can simultaneously cook 1,000 sausages, 500 burgers or 7 whole lambs on 14 bags of coal.
First made popular back in the early 1980s, Milton Bradley’s classic programmable tank has been resuscitated from the dead by Zeon Tech, and looks and works just like the original.
If you never saw Terry Gilliam’s 1981 classic fantasy, now’s the time, thanks to its debut release in all its high-def glory. And if you have seen it, you know what we’re talking about. Buy this movie.
Next time you head out to a party, bring your private stash of the good stuff in one of these disposable flasks. Made of flexible mylar, sneak in a couple inconspicuously in your pants.
The House of Air, an indoor trampoline park at Building 926 in the Presidio is “giving flight to the flightless” with dodgeball, open jump time and aerial training. Opens 9/15/10. (Thanks Carter!)
Hu-tah! We’re totally digging on this set of 3 stealthy shinobi warrior cookie cutters. Adding swords, nunchaku, or shuriken stars with icing and toothpicks equals a sell out at the next bake sale.
The BK Lounge is trying to kill us, for just $12.99, with their New York Pizza Burger: a 9 1/2″ wide “burger” made with 4 Whopper patties topped with pepperoni, mozzarella, marinara, and pesto sauce.
While most of you are probably looking forward to taking out a Porsche or a Lambo on the tracks of Gran Turismo 5, there’s nothing quite as visceral as the low-to-the-ground feel of a kart race.
The Seabreacher X is a high speed sub which can hit 50mph on top of the water, and 25mph in a dive. It can even jump as high as 12 feet in the air. And it looks like a shark. (Thanks for all the tips!)
Since it wouldn’t be summertime without someone shredding it on a rope swing by a body of water, check out Mike Wilson killing it on the Truckee River doing 60′ double and triple back flips.
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