Etsy seller Styerd informs us that Chuck Norris made the Force, he just loaned it to the Jedi. To honor the Forcemaker, he made this print of Chuck Norris riding an AT-AT. Yes, this really happened.
Some might say that Tret, the all-muscle star here, is just an out of control canine, but those with a discerning eye know he’s in training for the pet parkour olympics. Low quality vid; sweet moves.
Mortal Kombat’s Fatalities are known as “finishing moves,” but it turns out that there’s a little something extra at the end, sorta like staying past the credits at a movie to find some bonus footage.
Executive Produced by James Cameron, this thriller follows a group of spelunkers who go exploring deep within the Earth, and have to find a way out when they’re trapped in an underwater cave.
So you’re a farmer and spent the last year growing a gigantic pumpkin and nobody bought it. What do you do? Drop it on an equally unwanted Pontiac 6000, of course.
Check out these folks getting down to some old school hip hop from The Game and 50 Cent. Okay, so maybe they had no idea they ended up dancing to this song, but it works perfectly. (Thanks Ron!)
The traditional hour and minute hands on the i-toc watch have been replaced with graduated circles, which offer a more intuitive way to view time and a distinctive, constantly changing visual pattern.
If you don’t know what costume you’ll wear or you’re too lazy to come up with one for Halloween, Urban Outfitters has got your back. Just get any of these acrylic ski masks and you’re good to go.
Lomography’s Sprocket Rocket is a new analog camera which includes the holes of 35mm film in each exposure. 2 knobs wind film in both directions to allow the creation of multiple exposure imagery.
If you thought letting kids wield a sharp knife to carve their Jack ‘O Lanterns was dangerous, then take a gander at the Glock .40 caliber carving method to put things in perspective.
Made from a combination of MoonSilver – an alloy of moon dust and silver – and fragments of the Apollo II, the Moon Fighter boasts 48 hand-fixed rivets, a titanium point, and a wing-shaped dock.
We first thought this was a joke or a parody, so imagine our surprise when we found out that this is a real (and rare) children’s book, written by Kerry Milliron and wonderfully illustrated by Bob Eggleton.
Mickey Mouse will rely on paint and paint thinner to solve puzzles, change the environment and deal with enemies, and meet some of Disney’s forgotten characters while restoring the Wasteland.
Thule’s hybrid carry-on doubles as a backpack, with hidden straps, aluminum hardware, oversized wheels and a special heat-molded, crushproof compartment to protect fragile gear.
If you don’t already have an iPad, Kindle or one of the many other ways to read e-Books, Barnes & Noble’s next-gen Nook adds a 7-inch full-color screen, Wi-Fi, web browsing, games and music.
(NSFW) Greaseballs Pauly D, The Situation, Ronnie and Vinny take on an army of disrespecting clowns with their ultimate moves in this 16-bit RPG version of the guilty pleasure that is Jersey Shore.
Details of the next PlayStation Portable have been leaked. The gaming device/touchscreen phone has a 1GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 1GB ROM, MicroSD card support, and a touchpad instead of an analog nub.
iPads and iPhones face off in an Apple-themed Twitter anthem for this Michael Jackson Beat It spoof. We wonder what the King of Pop would think of the dancing (not bad). (Thanks everyone!)