Who ever said drinking beer had no benefits? Especially when you find yourself browsing the internet for the latest episodes of <insert your favorite show here>?
Thanks to the good-looking folks at HackCollege, you can use a beer can to boost your wifi!
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Red Bull is already known for giving the average person wings, but check out the amazing things Red Bull’s accomplished with the world’s most extreme athletes. Felix Baumgartner’s planet shocking space jump is just the most recent in accomplishments stemming from 2012 and beyond. Sebastian Vettel, the Formula One world champ dominating with 3 consecutive F1 titles; Travis Pastrana, motocross champion who performed this double backflip at the 2006 X Games; and Winter X Games gold medalist freestyle skier Bobby Brown (not the singer) are just a few of the amazing humans that became extraordinary with Red Bull. Check out this video highlighting their near-superhuman feats:
We have all seen some aspect of New York City, whether it be from movies or through television. The streets are filled with fast cars, determined taxi drivers, and crowds of people going every which way. It’s a busy place, where some of us choose to live and others dream of one day visiting.
Although this is mostly describing what NYC is like today, it hasn’t always been this way. It’s interesting to see what New York looked like way back when and here is a photograph of what it was like in 1909.
No clever puns. No humorous words. Just sit back and admire this beautiful beast shaking water away. It’s downright inspiring.
3 complete strangers... lost in translation.written and directed by John Elerick
Watch 138 people shatter the Vertical Skydiving World Record as they form a snowflake formation at speeds up to 220 mph!
Unlike the traditional tapes, the Mmiinn X Tape creates the optical illusion that your packages were securely sealed with metal tower bolts and hinges, leather straps and o-rings.