Seen here about to make two heads roll at once, a chickdude somebody demonstrates a Skeletonics exoskeletal suit. Amazingly, the entire thing is unpowered, making it far less effective at fighting Alien queens than a traditional power loader. The purpose? I have no idea. But if you covered it in green rubber skin it might make a pretty sweet ogre costume. Or you could, I dunno, cover it in gasoline, torch it AND STOP MAKING SHIT LIKE THIS.
Hit the jump for a video demonstration of the thing, but skip to about 4:00 for the real action to begin.
Thanks to stevie, Barb and Tony "Panda", who agree fighting an Alien queen with an unpowered mecha is like trying to run a marathon while morbidly obese: eventually, somethings bursting out your chest.
The Sakakibara Kikai company of Japan is producing these $21,000 'Kid Walker' mechas because what isn't a great idea about letting a child with little to no hand-eye coordination control a giant robotic suit? Now I couldn't actually find a list of the mecha's full capabilities... / Continue →
Presumably to compliment his existing brass knuckles and tribal face tattoos, this is a shot of some dude who got his eyelids tattooed to look like they're always open. That's probably gonna make it hard for him to find a sleeping partner. Because I remember dating a girl in ... / Continue →
Seen here practicing for the circus, Richie Trimble provides us with a first-person view of what it's like to ride his nearly 15-foot "Stoopidtall Bike'. The bike measures 12-feet to the pedals and 14.5 to the seat. That's high. Almost as high as you'd have to be to think a ... / Continue →