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    Directed by Justin Yngelmo and Freddie Wong.
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    54 JOKES! In Four Minutes!
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    Watch the video of climbing to the top of a 1700 foot tall tower to change a light bulb.
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    Yellow Jacket iPhone Stun Gun Case
    Gear  |  Apple  
    The Yellow Jacket iPhone case($150) houses a 650k volt stun gun and capable of charging your phone battery. The Yellow Jacket case is a 650,000-volt stun gun that you can activate by pressing a button on the side of the case.
    Gear  |  Video  
    In this Nature Video, we see how researchers at the UK's Royal Veterinary College put data loggers on ibises to record their position, speed and wing flaps when they migrated. The ibises position themselves within the V so that they benefit from the flow of air created by the bird in front. They carefully time their wing flaps with their flock mates', to get an extra lift when flying high.
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    Facebook Like Shot Glasses
    Gear  |  Design  
    Facebook Like Shot Glasses, at $9 for a pair.
    "Full Glass? Thumbs Up! Knock it back, flip the glass, and you get a decidedly less enthusiastic Thumbs Down. "
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    During the 1920s, cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene travelled across the UK with his new colour film camera. His trip ended in London, with some of his most stunning images, and these were recently revived and restored by the BFI.
    Amazing sushiroll art by Takayo Kiyota

    Amazing sushiroll art by Takayo Kiyota
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    Takayo Kiyota is a Japanese chef who specializes in makizushi art: artistic sushi-rolls that use cunningly arranged food to create illustrations in the rolls' cross-sections. Her work is improbably amazing. She's even done a sushi dick pic, complete with pubes [NSFW].
    Based in Tokyo, Takayo Kiyota is a self-proclaimed illustrator and makizushi artist who goes by the name Tama-chan. What exactly is a makizushi artist, you might wonder? Well have a look below. Tama-chan lays her ingredients just so, visualizing in her head how the cross-section – her creation – will look once cut.
    “I never know what the inside looks like so I’m never sure if it will come out the way I imagined. And I can’t make edits once it’s done,” writes Tama-chan. “Facial expressions are especially difficult because small ingredients or overly exerted force when wrapping can completely throw things off. It’s always a special moment when I make the first incision to reveal the image.” *
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    Innovative Winter Clothing Ideas by Illustrator Caldwell
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    Innovative series of winter clothing ideas by Illustrator Caldwell Turner of CollegeHumor.
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    Who wants to wait weeks for an infused cocktail when you can make your own in two minutes? Join Anthony and Tara as they booze it up with nitrous oxide, AKA laughing gas.
    BEACH by Photographer Peng Yangjun

    BEACH by Photographer Peng Yangjun
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    Chinese photographer Peng Yangjun documented these wild beach styles in her series called BEACH. Some chinese women wearing colorful rubber face masks which protects their fragile, porcelain skin against the sun’s damaging rays. More images jump more.
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    Miles' wish to be Batkid
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    Bad British NFL Football Commentary
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    Jimmy Kimmel Live - Can They Do It Live? - Unicycling Darth Vader with Flaming Bagpipes
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    While studying abroad in China, Dartmuth student, Jake Gaba, cataloged his 100 day journey by filming himself dancing at every city he visited.
    "My name is Jake Gaba, and I spent about 3 and a half months (100 days) in China studying Mandarin on a Dartmouth College study abroad program, and this is my way of cataloging my journey. "
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    Onewheel The SelfBalancing Electric Skateboard
    Gear  |  Projects  


    The Onewheel is a self-balancing, single-wheeled electric skateboard that "gives you the feeling of flying". The deck can go as fast as 12 MPH, thank its 48V lithium battery you should be able to keep going for between four and six miles depending on the terrain. The Onewheel has already hit its Kickstarter target and sold out at the early $1,200 price.
    The Two Stages of Winter
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    The Two Stages of Winter by my pal Brian from Fowl Language Comics.
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    Here's Flula beatboxing in slow motion, wow.
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    This reel represents a taste of the visual effects work the team was tasked with in creating everything from monstrous Kaiju to the man-made Jaegers and the environments they are seen in.
    Icetimus Prime
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    Ice-timus Prime made by Antti Pedrozo and Michel de Kok.
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    How The Desolation of Smaug Should Have Ended
    The World  s Most Photographed Places
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    This Google-generated “heat map” showing the most photographed locations on Earth.
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    One Shot Makes a Single Cup of Miso Soup Like A Keurig
    Gear  |  Other  
    The One Shot, created by Japanese online retailer Marukome, is a Keurig type of machine that makes a single serving cup of miso soup in one minute. It makes up to 75 cups, and users can choose the strength of their soup and add various mixes of dehydrated vegetables for flavor. It will go on sale at the end of January.
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    Watch what happens when Macklemore and Ryan Lewis surprise a bus full of New Yorkers.
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    This video shows a deep-sea squid Gonatus onyx fighting to eat an owlfish Pseudobathylagus milleri. It was recorded using remotely operated vehicle Doc Ricketts.
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    The animal by Samuel Pettersson

    The animal by Samuel Pettersson
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    Samuel Pettersson digitally turned himself into a creepy two-headed creature. Awesome.
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    How to Eat a Cupcake
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    Echo1 Airsoft Minigun
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    $3,900 for a Echo1 M134 MiniGun Airsoft Machine Gun, which will launch an astonishing stream of plastic pellets at a rate of “several thousand rounds per minute”. This battery-powered, hip-mounted, 35-lbs monstrosity fires its rounds at 390fps, fast enough to pierce through glass tubing, features a 1,700 round magazine and it comes with two interchangeable barrels of differing lengths.
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    Ski Jump training with Anders Jacobsen in Lillehammer, Norway.
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