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  • April 15, 2014
    This is the Bradley, a $195 - $275 watch designed to be read by the blind, but one that's also sleek enough for anybody to want to wear. Hell, I can see 20/20 and I still want one. Hey Terry, eat shit you f***ing monster! *squinting* Wait -- is this not my Google Chat box? ... / Continue →
  • April 7, 2014
    This is a video of a jawbreaker getting torn up in a blender filmed in super slow motion. You remember the giant 4-inch jawbreaker you convinced your parents to let you get one summer when you were growing up? The one that came in a little plastic case you could wear around y... / Continue →
  • March 26, 2014
    This is a shot of the R2-D2 inspired jerseys the Durham Bulls minor league baseball team will be sporting on Star Wars Night, May 4th. Not bad. But more importantly, what do the first 1,000 fans to the stadium get? Ewok bobbleheads? Plastic lightsabers? *actually takes the... / Continue →
  • January 22, 2014
    This is an older video of a motorcyclist laying his head on the track in a high-speed turn. I would not do that. The only way you're getting me to lay down on a motorcycle is in a bikini for a calendar shoot. Keep going for the video, head on the track happens about 20-secon... / Continue →
  • January 8, 2014
    This is a short video of ice boulders washing up in Glen Arbor on Lake Michigan. When reached for comment, the Ice Witch had this to say, "Want to rub my nipples?" Nice try lady, but you're not turning me into an ice sculpture. The giant ice balls form in just-below-freezin... / Continue →
  • January 7, 2014
    This is the world's largest K'Nex ball-moving machine. The previous world's largest ball-moving machine? "The forklift it takes to get my balls out of bed in the morning." Hey -- that's what I was gonna say! This 100,000+ piece K'nex machine stands 23-feet tall, 40-feet lon... / Continue →
  • December 11, 2013
    Not these balls mind you -- they would take a forklift! Jk jk, but at least a brown grocery bag. This is the incredible ball-moving machine built by Kawaguchi Akiyuki. Each section is an individual module (often designed by other ball-moving aficionados) that moves the lit... / Continue →
  • October 31, 2013
    The Kerry Hotel in Shanghai created this million-ball ball pit by filling an 82-foot x 41-foot wide (25m x 13m) swimming pool with green and pink balls to raise awareness for breast cancer prevention (get those titties checked, ladies). I could spend all day Scrooge McDucking ... / Continue →
  • October 1, 2013
    This is a $30 Death Star Soccer Ball available from ThinkGeek (originally only available at the Star Wars Celebration in Europe). Of course, most of the world probably recognizes it as a Death Star football. The US just calls football soccer because, like the metric system, w... / Continue →
  • September 4, 2013
    This is a Harry Potter inspired engagement ring available from Etsy seller houseonhudson. It looks like a golden snitch and is made from silver with a 5mm golden topaz stone as the centerpiece. And since silver isn't gold or platinum and topazes aren't diamonds, it's only $16... / Continue →
  • August 14, 2013
    These are the $100 - $150 Pokeball replicas for sale by PTX. Each model has a light-up effect around the ring button and comes in either a show (clean) or battle (worn/cracked) finish. They currently have classic, premier and ultra balls available, with luxury, master and min... / Continue →
  • July 1, 2013
    This is a video of pro golfer Rory McIlroy doing battle against the Golf Laboratory Computer Controlled Hitting Machine in an accuracy challenge. The robot is a surprisingly good golfer. Plus insulter, which made it pretty obvious the thing was actually getting its lines from... / Continue →
  • May 8, 2013
    Meet Mr. Balls, the anti-testicular cancer mascot dreamed up by the Brazilian nonprofit Associação de Assistência às Pessoas com Câncer. In case you're blind and can't see the picture, he looks exactly like the kind of angry giant nuts that chase you around in nightmares. Bas... / Continue →
  • March 11, 2013
    Heat: it's bad for your nuts. That's why balls actually hang -- to keep them further from the body and a couple degrees cooler for MAXIMUM SPERM PRODUCTION. That's also why you shouldn't drive to work every morning with a hot cup of coffee between your legs. A Slurpee, absol... / Continue →
  • November 13, 2012
    Seen here begging to be knocked off its base and pushed down a hill, a lady hangs out in her Cocoon. What's a Cocoon? A $2,990 clear plastic ball with some modular colored cushions. Want one with a little sink and kitchen inside? No worries, they make that option too. "Don... / Continue →
  • October 3, 2012
    This is a video from Switzerland of a group of three quadrocopters that work together to throw and catch a ball in an elastic net dangling between them. Why do we need that? We don't. AT ALL. If robots start playing all the throw and catch, what are our children going to do... / Continue →
  • October 3, 2012
    Wynkoop Brewing Company of Dever, Colorado, created the concept of Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout (rocky mountain oyster is slang for bull balls BTW) as an April Fool's Joke earlier this year, and now it's becoming a real product thanks to a bunch of f***ing weirdos that actually ... / Continue →
  • September 18, 2012
    This is a video featuring the latest version of Youtube user akiyuky's Great Ball Contraption (GBC). It can move LEGO balls a total of 31-meters at the rate of one ball per second using 17 different methods of transport. Sadly, none of them were teleporting. Or getting batte... / Continue →
  • September 13, 2012
    This is the 40,000 piece, room-sized K'Nex marble maze 'Clockwork' built by Youtube user austron. God, I wish I had a room to dedicate to K'nex builds. I live in a studio. Do you know what that means? It means I'm in the same room as my roommate when he changes. I could dr... / Continue →
  • September 13, 2012
    Because what good is a motorcycle that can't go sideways, this is an omnidirectional bike being built by students at San Jose State University. How industrious! When I was in college I didn't build anything but a tolerance to drugs and alcohol and a healthy disdain for the sy... / Continue →