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I long for the old days of airfish travel. Those were simpler, more civilized times.

Chicken Head Stabilization

Chickens are truly a magical gift from all powerful Merlin. They taste delicious, and their heads have gimbal-like stability.

This is your brain on video games.
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When I’m playing video games, I thrust the controller wildly about in the general direction I want my character to go.

The Palindrome Song

If I had a Hi-Fi, I’d listen to this Weird Al song all day.

Jar Jar Binks Geico Commercial
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Hated Star Wars character, Jar Jar Binks, has fallen on tough times recently (Good.) and has had to turn to acting in insurance commercials in order to pay his massive alimony.

Robot Man

I’m not sure, but this video makes me suspect that my family has been replaced with robots.

Cardboard Star Wars

You know, I prefer this version. It’s shorter, and without all that needless dialogue.

CSI: Visual Basic

Speaking as a software engineer, all I can say to this is “Huhwah?”.

The Anti-Helium
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Everyone knows that inhaling helium will cause your voice to become very high. Inhaling sulfur hexafluoride on the other hand, will turn you into a demon. No, I’m serious. You literally turn into a demon.

I can walk!
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The Rewalk exoskeleton, from Argo Medical Technologies, allows paraplegics to walk, stand and climb stairs. The future is now.

Walking on Water
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Or to be more accurate, oobleck, a mixture of corn starch and water. It has the properties of a non-Newtonian fluid, which behaves like a solid when force is applied.

The Japanese have no respect for implosions.
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Kajima Corporation has developed a new method to demolish tall buildings. They replace the pillars at ground level with computer-controlled metal columns. A crew then demolishes the entire floor by hand, leaving the structure resting on the mechanical pillars, which are then lowered until the next floor is at ground level. They repeat this operation until they get rid of all the floors.

Seared Skin Doodles
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Why have your name etched on to the back of your iPod nano, when you can use those very same lasers to have an image of a robot burned into your skin? It’s the new hotness.

The Astronautilator
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The latest trend in roller coaster design is 90 degree vertical drops, and the new Fahrenheit coaster in Hershey Park, Pennsylvania, is no exception with a staggering 97 degree fall. That’s right, a drop greater than vertical. Bring another pair of pants.