Containing spirit dating from 1868, 1878, 1926 and 1939, the Dalmore Trinitas is a rare three bottle release, 64 year single-malt available for mere pennies – just 19,500,000 of them. (Thanks, Ron!)
Seniors and 21st century technology generally don’t mix, as is evidenced by Rita and Frank’s funny and endearing attempt to snap a celebratory photo on their new Mac. Is this thing on?
Poland isn’t exactly known for their automobiles, but this supercar concept offers some promise with its Lambo-influenced carbon-Kevlar body, and a 638hp, 6.2-liter V8 (likely from the Corvette ZR1).
It’s not an orchestra per se, but the skills, cooperation and general lack of fidgeting that these little Korean kindergartners show while playing their guitars in this video are beyond impressive.
The video’s not in HD, but you’ll savor it if you’ve been looking for more info on Bethesda’s mega RPG. Immersive world, dual-spell wielding, mammoths, dragons and more await.
It is Caturday after all, so what better way to start the day than to watch a bunch of Maine Coon kittens do what kittens do, and synchronize their gazes on a feather moving overhead.
BustedTees appropriates the logo of NASA, undoubtedly the world’s nerdiest workplace. We’ll probably see one of the guys in The Big Bang Theory rock this shirt next season.
Hone your tagging skills and divert your inner rebel with Trains of Fame miniature train cars. Each car measures 20x4x2 inches and is made of ABS plastic. Tiny spray paint cans not included.
A group of crazy Batman wannabes and sympathizers take arms against equally messed up Joker zealots in Monolith and Warner Bros.’ downloadable FPS Gotham City Impostors.
The twin rotor BMW boxer powered, carbon fiber Hoverbike concept weighs 231 lbs with a max takeoff weight of 595 lbs, range of 92 miles at 80 knots, top speed of 172 mph and 10,000′ altitude.
Park Sangyong’s concept camera works in an unusual way to be sure. Throw the Camerang into the air and as it spins, its automatically adjusting lens captures aerial self-portraits.
This little guy gets an A for effort, an A for enthusiasm, and another A for the methodical thinking prior to his jump attempt. He stinks at execution, but at least he can’t say he never tried.
Since it’s so infrequent, let’s appreciate Tim Thomas playing the body instead of the puck to pound on Henrik Sedin here in Game 3 of the Bruins/Canucks Stanley Cup finals. (Thanks Bill!)
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