A personal helicopter for the not so discerning traveler… where’s the cupholder?
Of course the Navy won’t ever stage a test like that. It’d be like asking Benny Hinn to walk on water. You’re not supposed to put your god to the test, and Navy brass really do think they’re God. Something about all that “tradition” and bullshit etiquette on “the bridge” goes to their heads. You’re supposed to trust them. And give them all your money so they can pretend it’s still 1880 and the dreadnought rules the waves. Besides, Navy officers were always “gentlemen,” and there’s nothing as totally useless as a gentleman.
The Hawaii Chair is the penultimate in office luxury / appliances. It is named “Hawaii” because it rotates your hips as you attempt to eat, attempt to type, and attempt to call your chiropractor.
I rang them up and a tired-sounding customer service representative assured me in broken english that yes, they indeed are selling them, and it is not a spoof. Wow.
Bonus: It’s powered by a “Hula Motor”.
An animated tragedy detailing a flightless fowl’s quest for the skies.
This early precursor to Divorce Court features the tempestuous relationship between “Mr. M” and his charming young wife.
A densely worded and less than glowing review of the new role playing game, The Witcher. (NSFW language)
The difference between us and animals is that after a bender animals don’t have a self righteous spinster shaking an angry finger in their face.
Clip is from the 1974 documentary, Animals are Beautiful People.
We are one step closer to the Great Sim Rebellion of 2029… a pitiless engineer builds a death trap in Rollercoaster Tycoon 3.
A catchy music video with some nice special effects.
Researchers excavate a mind bogglingly huge underground lair.