The funniest pictures I found from the interwebs.
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They must be true because the internet said so.
1. Homemade Roller Coaster
With theme park admission prices increasing every year, enjoying roller coasters is a privilege that many just can’t seem to budget. Fortunately, a very skilled amusement park fan decided to build his very own coaster.
Located on a 10-acre plot southwest of Oklahoma City, Jeremy Reid built an incredible roller coaster in the backyard of his parents’ home. It cost Reid $10,000 to build and features a 16-foot drop that propels riders — friends and family … Read the rest
He is the dude that found the kidnapped girls in Ohio.
The highlights of the interview:
- “He’s just somebody you look, and then you look away, because he’s not doing nothing but the average stuff. You know what I’m saying? There’s nothing exciting about him,” says Ramsey, before taking a deep breath.
- Still dismayed, Ramsey tells the reporters, “I knew something was wrong when a little, pretty white girl ran into a black man’s arms.”
Charles Ramsey just might be … Read the rest
Crazy stuff indeed. They must be true because they are on the internet.
If you were given one year and an unlimited budget to squeeze in as many great events in as many countries around the world, where would be the places to be? I personally would like to go to Carnival and Oktoberfest. Mardi Gras is way way way too packed. However, it would be cool to have the dough to get one of them balconies on Bourbon Street and just throw beads to … Read the rest
It’s the holidays, and the time for giving is upon us. Everywhere, you can find organizations, as well as people like Ed Young, encouraging people to give to those less fortunate. Donating a t-shirt or couch to the Salvation Army or Goodwill can be like treasure to someone who really needs it. Unfortunately, what some people decide to donate are so strange they can’t even be used. Here are five oddities people are giving away:
Pets are also … Read the rest
The creator of Coke was a colonel in the Confederate Army
After earning a medical degree, John Stith Pemberton served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War and it was his life-threatening wound that sparked his quest in creating Coke. Pemberton had become addicted to morphine, and sought a way to combat this addiction.
The original Coca-Cola prototype was both alcoholic and coked-up
In 1885, Pemberton began marketing a beverage called “Pemberton’s French Wine Coca,” a mix … Read the rest
I about sharted myself after reading this.
Like for real most of these are from the pooper while browsing with my smartphone. Best pics of the interwebs.
Prototype Real / Digital Info Interface System
Using projection and gestures to create interactive relationship with information – video embedded below:
Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a next generation user interface which can accurately detect the users finger and what it is touching, creating an interactive touchscreen-like system, using objects in the real word.
“We think paper and many other objects could be manipulated by touching them, as with a touchscreen. This system doesn’t use any special hardware; it consists of
Like the best animated gifs I could find on the interwebs. Peep dat