We love seeing unusual machines work their magic to produce items we take for granted. Here’s a machine which takes spools of stiff wire, and twists them into the interlocking rows of a chain link fence, while another set of tools twists the loose ends together.
Every year, 20-year-olds from the desolate Inland are subjected to rigorous tests. Those who pass gain entry to the promised land known as the Offshore. This Brazilian-produced Netflix series has a low-budget production, but makes up for it with storytelling and acting.
Cards Against Humanity’s Black Friday “deal” manifests the chasm in their hearts. You donate, they dig. They even have a livestream of the dig. CNN would be proud. Next year they’ll probably burn their donor’s houses down.
Part of The North Face Japan’s Purple Label Fall/Winter 2016 collection, this blanket is made of Harris Tweed textile. It has a zipper on one side so you can put it on as a cape or a poncho. It also has a pair of drawcords to adjust its size.
A group of youngsters dropped by the The Tonight Show to demonstrate their inventions, each of which combine the sort of free thinking and whimsy that only kids could come up with. Jimmy Fallon’s products, on the other hand are a bit less practical.
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