A cleverly designed Bluetooth speaker. Lift and twist the top to power it on – the higher you lift, the louder it plays. Also has a built-in AM/FM radio, rechargeable batteries and 3.5mm jack.
A highlight slam from what seems to be an ordinary high school basketball game. A bad hook shot is turned to an even worse tip dunk, but an athletic kid redeems his teammates with his exquisite timing.
These mountain bikers take a ride on a narrow path alongside cliffs which looks insanely dangerous. It’s so tight, we’re amazed that the handlebars fit alongside the rock formations.
Fans of Terry Gilliam will appreciate the director’s warped sensibilities in this animation done using his trademark collage animation style all the way back in 1968. He’s brought joy to the world, indeed.
If you’ve ever been addicted to any form of entertainment, you’ll identify with this scene from season 2 of Portlandia. Yet another reason to watch the show. So what’s your Battlestar Galactica?
Hannah Hart dips into the egg nog (and rum) to fix us all a delicious gingerbread house. If we were gingerbread men, we’re thinking we wouldn’t want her to architect our homestead.
Many bags look alike, but yours certainly won’t, with this polyurethane suitcase from Zara with built-in wheels and retractable handle. Measures 20″x15″x8″, meeting most carry-on rules.
Donkervoort rears its love it or hate it snout once again with the D8 GTO. It has a 2.5L 400hp Audi engine and a steel tube frame with carbon panels that helps lower its weight to just 1,540lbs.
This mesmerizing ad for BBC One plays clips of beautiful wildlife and breathtaking scenes of nature while naturalist David Attenborough narrates the lyrics to What a Wonderful World.
Never had one lesson: 59-year-old Brenda Hewlett celebrated her personal holiday on ice by making a 114′ puck shot during halftime at her local hockey team’s game to win a brand new 2012 Ford F-150.
The long-anticipated prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Here’s the first look at Peter Jackson’s fantasy spectacle, the story of Bilbo Baggins, to be told in two parts in 2012 and 2013.
We’ve seen some impressive Xmas light displays over the years, but this installation takes the cake, with 56,100 LEDs, controlled bye a custom-built computer. It’s like Vegas, only in the suburbs.
I am Stealth Cat. I am invisible. You cannot see me. You cannot – okay you can see me. Never mind, I shall now make my escape and vanish right before your eyes. Now you see me, now you don-
This very special 2012 timepiece has a white gold case, tourbillon, perpetual calendar and chronograph. Limited to 10 units; a more limited edition of 5 diamond-set units will also be issued.
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