Sunday, October 19, 2014

10 Years Old, Double Feature.. I Was Never The Same!

Race Through the City

Top 100 Greatest N64 Songs of All Time!

The sound of little hooves in the night

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A couple of years after my first encounter with Theraphosa blondi I was in South America again, walking alone at night in the rainforest of Suriname. Suddenly my foot brushed against something big and moving, and I nearly tripped. I froze, expecting a snake. “Nah, it’s just another Goliath birdeater. Aren’t you a cutie pie?”

Friday, October 17, 2014

It Has Been A Decade!

Happy anniversary to ME! 10 years ago today I started this blog... 6303 posts later and here we are!

3D Printer Creations

Yoda Shot Glass



Kazoo

"Bomb" Shot Glass

Tiki Shot Glass

Maze Puzzle Game

Stephen Colbert Shot Glass
Bottle Opener

Toothpaste Winder

Taco Stand

Giant Sphinx from 'Ten Commandments' Film Unearthed

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Hidden for more than 90 years beneath the rolling sand dunes of Guadalupe, California, an enormous, plaster sphinx from the 1923 blockbuster movie "The Ten Commandments" has been rediscovered and is now above ground.

Crazy Lock!

Check Out the 148-Story View from the World's New Highest Observation Deck

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As long as architects keep building up (and up, and up), folks are going to want to check out the view from way up in the air. Well: The Burj Khalifa just unveiled a new observation deck that gets visitors a little closer to heaven on the 148th floor—that's about 1,821 feet. Gulp.

Say Hello To The New Biggest Ship In The World

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This is the Pieter Schelte, which is now the largest ship sailing the seas, surpassing even the Maersk Triple-E*. Built by Daewoo in Korea, this catamaran is so huge that it can lift entire oil platforms off their base, pick up the base itself, and then transport it all to port—which is exactly what it's designed to do.