Most Awesome News Story Reenactment Ever

January 19, 2010 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Awesomeness, Hall Of Fame |

Here’s a new story from Fox 8 in Cleveland regarding a close encounter with a black bear. The awesomeness comes in when real footage of the bear is substituted in favor of a cardboard cutout and an associate producer reenacting the movements of the bear.




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23 Creative And Custom Video Game Consoles

January 19, 2010 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Video Games |

Here are 23 awesome and really creative custom video game console boxes. Hopefully all this creativity is spent in their mother’s basement fragging and owning people on Call Of Duty all day.

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creative video game console cases

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creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases

creative video game console cases


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Masters Of Their Craft: Turntablists

January 18, 2010 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Awesomeness, main |

turntablists

Here is a collection of the best turntablists the world has to offer and their respective videos to show you why they are on top of their game. If you only thought turntables were only used to play records, think again.

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Brett Favre Sings ‘Pants On The Ground’ To Celebrate Sundays Win

January 18, 2010 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Here’s video proof that American Idol has penetrated every facet of American culture…the end is near.



Pants On The Ground – American Idol




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12 F-Word Appropriate Situations

January 17, 2010 | 25 Comments » | Topics: Funny Pictures, Hall Of Fame |

Here are 12 situations where I’m pretty sure your mom will not be offeneded when the F-Word is blurted, yelled and or screamed.

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f word appropriate situations

f word appropriate situations

f word appropriate situations


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Top 10 Worst Sports Injuries Of All Time

January 17, 2010 | No Comments » | Topics: List |

sports injuries

Now, a couple of things about this top ten list: one, I only picked injuries that had corresponding YouTube videos. That means no baseball. There have been some major baseball injuries (including the Juan Encarnacion foul-ball-to-the-eyesocket, which I was watching live when it happened) but apparently MLB has a lock on that shiet. There aren’t any big league baseball clips at all on YouTube, so no luck there. Otherwise, enjoy the horror show.

See The Top 10 Worst Sports Injures Of All Time Here


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Nissan GT-R Seriously Owned By Bugatti Veyron

January 17, 2010 | 1 Comment » | Topics: main |

Even though the Nissan GT-R is packing 485 horespower under the hood and can do 0-60 in 3.2 seconds…it is still no match for the 1.5 million dollar European beast.




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Japanese Fugu

January 15, 2010 | No Comments » | Topics: Food |

japanese fugu

How many food items do you know of that could lead to immediate death? Fugu is one of the most fascinating and notorious dishes in the world. Prized in Japan as a delicacy, it is prepared from the flesh of the pufferfish (Fugu is the Japanese word for pufferfish). The flesh itself is edible, but the skin, liver and ovaries contain lethal amounts of the poison tetrododoxin. If these any of these elements are consumed, then the effects are often deadly. Japanese chefs who prepare Fugu endure as much training as American doctors to prepare it. The chefs must memorize the exact layout of the fish and where every drop of poison is, before they are allowed to serve and prepare it. In Tokyo, which has one of the most rigorous programs, training takes from five to seven years, and includes an apprenticeship and an exam. Fugu is the only food in which the emperor was not allowed to eat. Those who eat Fugu report a sensation of novacaine as if they were just injected by a dentist. Tetrodotoxin is allegedly 160,000 more potent than cocaine, and 1250 times deadlier than cyanide.

The taste is described by many as “heavenly,” a mild white meat, like chicken, with a unique crunchy texture. 




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