An interesting blog where people submit old pictures of themselves or their relatives along with their recent attempt to re-enact the scene in said pictures. Funny, fascinating and touching.
A three-disc Blu-ray edition that has the 1979 cut, the Redux as well as a making-of documentary. Also includes interviews with Martin Sheen and writer John Milius by Francis Ford Coppola himself.
It’s David versus Goliath all over again in Vanquish. Enemies come in different shapes, but almost all of then are gigantic, their size and firepower a good match for Sam Gideon’s reflexes.
The successor to the 1962 pickup of the same name, this 4×4 is at home outdoors, with amenities like an open-air canvas roof, removable doors, fold-down windshield and weatherproof seats.
Crafted from carbon fiber sailcloth, these bags are waterproof and stronger than steel. Durable neoprene straps are reinforced with military-grade webbing to ensure your load is safe and secure.
Yiting Cheng modified everyday objects and turned them into secret stashes, hiding in plain sight. Some of them are near pointless, but the furniture is elegant and very functional.
These women are appealing to the audience to adopt a couple of dogs from SPCA’s kennels when the two canines decide to promote themselves, showing that they’re well-behaved and loving.
The GT’s carbon-fiber and Kevlar monocoque makes it one of the most drool-worthy motorcycles we’ve seen. Its Moto Guzzi V2, pushes 125 horses, and the bike tops out at 142mph. (Thanks, Artur!)
We’re not sure if the guy in this video is really homeless, but his dueling-Kermit rendition of Bowie and Queen’s Under Pressure is the best thing we’ve seen in days. It’s the next big meme for sure.
The Oasis has an adjustable, ergonomic form, making it comfortable and easy to use. It also has noise suppression, echo cancellation and can connect to two phones. Talk time is up to 6 hrs.
While it’s not the finished music video for Gorillaz latest single, Jamie Hewlett’s inimitable comic style comes across in this clip showing off the storyboard for what we only hope is an upcoming video.
AC/DC is in your neighborhood. Wax Audio mashes the Ghostbusters theme with the classic rock song Thunderstruck. Except for making Brian Johnson sound even funnier, the two are a perfect fit.
Aasif Mandvi plays Samir, a promising and ambitious chef who is forced to run his family’s nearly bankrupt Indian restaurant. The thing is, he knows nothing about Indian cooking.
A high school football drubbing turns into a display of compassion. Up by 35, Lake Stevens Vikings let the Snohomish Panthers’ Ike Ditzenberger, who has Down Syndrome, rush a 51-yard touchdown.
Beginning this 2010-2011 season, four Rocky Mountain resorts will provide skiers tickets and passes with RFID tags, allowing EpicMix to track their location and award achievements.
More awesomeness from Bollywood. Disregard the fact that this super cop can drop kick three guys at the same time, because he has a better trick up his sleeve – the manliest way to light a cig.
A Sumo wrestling match can be quite boring – the rituals take longer than the matches, and the action isn’t always intense. So how do we spice things up? Give it the Anime treatment.