Finally, the weeks old question has been answered. Boomerangs work in space and are not dependent on gravity to work their magic. Say, here's an interesting fact: Did you know that the boomerang was first invented by Crocodile Dundee? It's true. I think this whole boomerang thing leaves a lingering question unanswered though, and that's this: Screw a boomerang, let's throw some damn horseshoes.
UPDATE: Horseshoe smashed instrument panel. Lots of stuff malfunctioning. I think my spaceship knows which way to go, tell me wife I love her very much she knows. Actually, scratch that -- just tell her if she has sex with any other dudes when I'm dead to not bother coming to heaven.
Now I know what you're thinking, and no, you can't steal this photo to use as your new dating website profile pic. It just wouldn't be fair to Neil. This is a video (well, audio with some graphics on top) of famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson sharing what he thinks is t... / Continue →
This is a video of a bunch of brobros drifting their trikes/Big Wheels down steep hills in New Zealand. Sometimes with traffic coming. Plus the dude in the front doesn't even wear shoes or a helmet, so you know he doesn't give two dicks about living. A hard-ass we call guys ... / Continue →
17-year old Canadian twelfth graders Mathew Ho and Asad Muhammad recently sent a LEGO minifig to 80,000-feet (~15 miles/24km/not really outerspace but still really damn high) with a weather balloon, and this is the video to prove it. The young men spent $400 and four months of... / Continue →