In the annals of bad ideas, "stick your foot in lava" is as solid an entry as the medium is not. In this video, a brief tap of a stoutly-booted toe is enough to make me cringe in horror. The video is safe to watch and the kicker appears unharmed; the behavior of the magma is fascinating.
Porktector is a "Pork-infused Pepper Spray" sold on Amazon. [Update: it's been taken down] Why pork? I'm glad you asked. Here's the official product description, as published at the product page at Amazon. Completely unique to Porktector™, is that it is infused with pig oil. Just warning an Radical Islamic attacker, like the rape gangs… READ THE REST
Sadly, there were no cameras running on the Detroit drawbridge which an allegedly whippit-huffing driver flew over Saturday as it rose. The operator hit the emergency stop on the bridge as it was rising because he realized the driver of the vehicle wasn't stopping. WXYZ Detroit reports the driver is a 26-year-old Allen Park man… READ THE REST
A bodyguard protecting Dominic Raab, Britain's foreign secretary, left his gun on a plane after landing at Heathrow airport this week, reports The Sun. It's the second such event of late, after the bodyguard of former Prime Minister David Cameron left his gun in an airplane toilet during a flight. The loaded, semi-automatic Glock 19… READ THE REST
Remember back in the way, way, way back 1990s? Remember when you and everyone you knew had a radio alarm clock positioned right on your bedside table? You know, the one with that super irritating squawk of an alarm? You can still hear that ugly beast in your nightmares, can't you? Time hasn't been kind… READ THE REST
For those who are slow-playing our societal shift toward fully-integrated automated smart homes — don't be scared. Sure, we know there are whole movies about computer-controlled houses turning on their owners, but seriously… we're way past that now. Maybe it's time to take that first tentative step into gearing up your home with some basic… READ THE REST
With so many different video editing software packages available with so many varying price points, it's always difficult to know which one will offer you the best value for your particular editing needs. That's where reviews come in very handy. So when a respected outlet like CNET says of VSDC Video Editor Pro that "this… READ THE REST