A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

July 8, 2019 | No Comments » | Topics: Fascinating

Robert Irwin feeding the same croc, in the same place as his father, Steve Irwin, 15 years later.

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Los Angeles ice cream truck owner is tired of social media influencers trying to get free ice cream for @ mentions. Makes it official with a sign: “It’s literally a 4 dollar item. Well now it’s 8 for you.”

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The fastest 100m times ever. Names crossed over were using doping

 

Concession prices at the Atlanta Falcons’ stadium is reasonable

 

Sewage explosion that ruptured a street in Kyiv, Ukraine on May 30, 2017

 

EA has the gall to charge $100 for a virtual player in a mobile game

 

24-year-old Biochemist wins the Miss Virginia pageant by performing a science experiment onstage as her talent

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People like this actually exists

 

Crash Test of Tesla Model 3

 

1965 Rorer physician sample. Originally they came with 6 tablets. The name originated from a mix of the words “quiet and interlude“.

 

LOL!

 

Radial engine

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Recently expired US patent, up for grabs

 

This dog doing Special OPs training

 

A pit stop from mechanics POV

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Tesla’s ‘Dog Mode’ protect pets from hot cars while informing passersby of their safety

 

Tesla’s ‘Sentry Mode’ In Action

When enabled, Sentry Mode enters a “Standby” state, like many home alarm systems, which uses the car’s external cameras to detect potential threats. If a minimal threat is detected, such as someone leaning on a car, Sentry Mode switches to an “Alert” state and displays a message on the touchscreen warning that its cameras are recording. If a more severe threat is detected, such as someone breaking a window, Sentry Mode switches to an “Alarm” state, which activates the car alarm, increases the brightness of the center display, and plays music at maximum volume from the car’s audio system.

If a car switches to “Alarm” state, owners will also receive an alert from their Tesla mobile app notifying them that an incident has occurred. They’ll be able to download a video recording of an incident (which begins 10 minutes prior to the time a threat was detected) by inserting a formatted USB drive into their car before they enable Sentry Mode.