This video is a hilarious play on rap culture. Two dudes gear up for a brawl, ditching their chains, watches, and various other things you might not usually carry around.
David Thorne, a man best known for drawing a picture of a seven-legged spider to settle an unpaid bill, is back at it. This time, he uses a shark drawing and other hilarious excuses as to why his apartment did not pass an inspection. Read the rest of this post to see the full email conversation he had with ‘Peter’.
American is burning! Watch the explosive trailer showcasing all-new “campaign” mode footage. Epic!
TransWorld Snowboarding presents, Get Real. This raw, new shred film delivers hammering, up-close action with a diverse cast of professional riders shot entirely in crystal-clear HD format. From the peaks of Alaska to the streets of Minneapolis to the silent forests of Japan, Get Real takes viewers on an adventure straight to the core of modern snowboarding!
The last time I stood in an alleyway and did the robot nobody pulled up and gave me a pound of weed! I must be doing it wrong.
Arms and Airliners company Boeing, has produced their latest weapon of war, the Advanced Tactical Laser. It is unknown how high the plane was during this test, however, there being no background sound of a plane suggests it was high enough to escape ear shot. It is not clear exactly what this laser would be used for, but I’m sure they will find a reason to suddenly burst things into flame though. Crazy stuff. I want to see somebody ‘call in a light’ for their cigar using this thing. Now that’s a party trick.
e-Wolf has just released images and details of its next model, the e2. The e2 will feature a shape clearly inspired by a number of supercars from Italy, particularly the Lamborghini Reventón and Ferrari Enzo. If you’re going to straight copy like a Xerox machine, you might as well steal straight from the best right?
Powering the theoretical electric supercar will be one 134-horsepower electric motor per wheel for a total of 536 squeaky-clean white ‘horses’ with horns on their heads and an impressive 738 lb-ft of torque (1,000 Nm). The run to 60 mph is expected to be dispatched in well under four seconds, though the top speed may be capped at 155 mph.
Energy storage will be by way of a lithium ion battery pack composed of 84 flat cells from CERIO. Although no details have been released on the pack’s stated capacity, e-Wolf suggests that range could be as high as 187 miles (300 kilometers) per charge after a recharge of just 30 minutes – of course it would take a powerful specialized charger to achieve that result. Production is currently planned for 2011. Hit the jump for a closer look.