While the title gives it away, you’d have to have a heart of stone not to be scared by the footage in this video. Remember, making a train stop ain’t easy. Don’t be as careless as these fools.
Add dashes of your humor to your walls and furniture with Trine Andersen’s Sewing Kit WallSticker. The removable decal kit comes with 33 feet of dotted cutting lines and 4 scissors.
This waterproof notepad works with any pencil. Use it to doodle or make notes while you’re in the shower, outdoors, or even underwater. Each pad has 40 sheets – enough for your manifesto.
While it’s a bit of an unorthodox way to order your food, former American Idol candidate Todrick Hall likes to sing his order at the drive-thru. Amazingly, the order taker didn’t screw it up like normal.
London-based Laurie Lipton has developed her own peculiar drawing technique building up tone with thousands of fine cross-hatching lines like an egg tempera painting. Insane, haunting, and inspired.
HBO’s madcap comedy is back, and we’re happy to see it again. If you’ve never seen it, Jason Schwarzmann, Zach Galifianakis and Ted Danson (especially) rock the small screen. Premieres 9/26.
This beastly gaming system maxes out with dual 6-core Intel Xeon x5860 CPUs, OC’d to 4.3GHz, quad SLI video cards and 24GB of RAM. Oh yeah, there’s a built-in water-cooled Xbox 360 Slim too.
John Beck Paper & Steel produces dramatic, industrial styled furniture and lighting using (sometimes shotgun-blasted) steel, with a sprinkle of reclaimed wood and eco concrete.
This incredible footage was captured on the CCTV cameras on the Pacific Sun cruise liner when it hit choppy waters. After watching it, life on The Deadliest Catch is starting to look calm to us.
The Blu-ray edition of one of the greatest horror movies ever made includes both the director’s cut and the theatrical edition, plus a documentary. Classics like this deserve to be owned, not rented.
Believe it or not, that’s a wallpaper. Concrete Walls are exactly that – pictures of concrete walls turned into wallpapers. There are a couple of brick walls and ones with graffiti as well.
Cole MacGrath is back to his old look, but he has a new enemy in the form of the burrowing Ravager. Good thing he has a new power too – a Joystiq commenter calls it “telecarnesis”.
NBC 5 reporter Bobbie Wygant’s 1977 interview of Harrison Ford for his breakout role as Han Solo in Star Wars. Ford says that to him, Star Wars is “finally about people, not finally about science.”
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