Named after the legendary space battleship that saved Earth from the Gamilas, Dainese Yamato Evo pants are far more comfortable, and far less armored.
Amazing how little some things change. More
High-end locks rely on their unique key-shapes to prevent "bumping" (opening a lock by inserting a key-blank and hitting it with a hammer, causing the pins to fly up), but you can make a template for a bump key by photographing the keyhole and modelling it in software.
Bravo, Senate nominee Allen Weh! It's not even been a week. More
"DOGTV is cable's first network created exclusively for canines, and the humans who love them." More
In some countries, you need a doctor's prescription for a mood stabilizer this powerful. [video link] More
From one of the best movie soundtracks ever. Also, Steve Zissou is my hero. More
James Brown hawks Nissin Miso Soup in a TV kitchen that BB pal Jim Leftwich noticed is a close reproduction of Graham Kerr's The Galloping Gourmet set from the 1970s!
Decipher Culver City's parking puzzle, avoid a $73 fine! Photo: CBS Los Angeles. [via] More
"I was just a doggone fool, trying to be so doggone cool. Aint nobody's fault but mine." More
Robbo writes, "This was the closing monologue from The Twilight Zone epsiode "The Obsolete Man" - where Rod Serling sums up the realities behind and flaws within any tyranny - and, as with almost all things Serling, it remains profoundly prescient and relevant."
During a 2001 appearance on Inside the Actor's Studio, Robin Williams was asked to explain how he pulls off his incredible, high-speed improvisations; by way of answer, he ad-libbed a five-minute bit that is pants-wettingly hilarious.
Both Mayday and Counterpac -- who are raising super PAC money to elect politicians who'll vote against taking money from super PACs -- have released new campaign videos that beautifully lampoon the kind of political discourse we get from dark-money elections.