The Business Insider used one of my photos for a recent article on things you can only do in New Jersey. The photo was on a New Jersey “Grease Truck”.
Grease Trucks serve (presumably) drunk and hungry college students greasy foods: burgers, hot dogs, cheese steaks, fries, mushrooms covered in cheese, cheese fries, onion rings, bacon wrapped scallops…
Everything by vegetarian or vegan stuff. There is an opportunity.
Kill la Kill is currently the best anime… or rather the one I find most entertaining. Mostly because my brain hasn’t matured past the age of 15. Attack on Titan, is actually the best, but it’s on hiatus right now.
Kill la Kill can be watched via Crunchy Roll.
Unless you’re open minded and familiar with NOLA Bounce music, this might shock you. Happy Hanukkah!
Courtesy of BoingBoing.
Here’s a funny video about how (not) to use a public restroom by YouTuber schmoyoho:
I’m no fan of public restrooms…
That moment when you’re leaving the same time someone else is coming in and you both get startled and give an awkward “‘scuse me”.
People who hold conversations inside stalls like they’re telephone booths.
People who stare at you at the urinal.
People who brush their teeth while the place smells like a horse stable.
It all sickens me.
I spent some time today enjoying videos by YouTuber CrazyRussianHacker. CrazyRussianHacker’s videos show clever ways to manipulate common household objects to get unexpected uses out of them.
Sound interesting? His video, 10 Life Hacks Every College Student Should Know, is a great place to start:
Also the Russian accent is the best accent of all.
When he isn’t at home, giving Alf a run for his money, Rob Ford can be seen doing a split between moving Volvo trucks.
It’s on the the internet, so it is true.
They must have had 100 camera operators to pull this off. Real Life Indiana Jones by Improv Everywhere.
This creature reminds me of the alien from Independence Day. It is a BigFin squid.
Via Deep Sea News.
The Jonathan Levine Gallery website has lots of awmazing videos and art to check out. Today I came across this video of sculptor/artist Adam Wallacavage, who is famous, among other things, for his octopi tentacle chandeliers. If you like art, sculpture, or octopi, check it out.