As everyone knows, the Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne isn’t just a big fan of naked hippy girls with yellow spaghetti vaginas — he also likes movies, mars, painting, and blood. In the above video, he shows you how to take your own blood and transform it into a wicked version of the the Flaming Lips’ Austin City Limits poster (below). Let’s just hope that next time he stays away from British invisible ink.
Las Vegas is hot. Hot location. Hot entertainment. Hot new cop shows. But the 10-month-old Strip hotel-condo, Vdara, recently intensified the temperature with an accidental “death ray” produced by the buildings concave shape.
Remember frying ants with a magnify glass? Hotel patrons experienced those burning effects when lounging by the pool. Makes me wonder if the architects skipped the course on how not to kill people with their designs.
However, this does seem like a quick way to get that perfect tan and make an omelet.
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Some mad hacker genius has figured out how to install a slow-as-molasses, half-broken, and damn ugly operating system known as Windows 95 on the iPad. This would make an awesome (albeit wickedly complicated) prank to pull on any Mac fanboy.
The video below, by mystery Youtube user MSComputerVideos, is long and techincal. So I’d recommend skipping to about the 6 minute mark to see what the installed version of Windows 95 looks like. The horror, the horror!
Nacho Yague, UBISOFT Barcelona art director and concept artist, provides us this beautiful image and wicked photoshop tutorial (below).
We’ve watched the video a few times and still can’t figure out what the hell he’s doing. Which is probably a big part of why the final product is so stunning.
At the risk of sounding like senior citizens, we just can’t believe what the kids are into these days.
The New York Times recently published an article about “icing,” a bizarre version of tag that involves the rapid chugging of lukewarm Smirnoff Ice.
Last month, Fox News covered “vodka eyeballing,” an inane practice that’s just as troubling as it sounds.
At some point in our lives, we’ve all tried to conquer a fortified town but didn’t have any catapults. The next time it happens, take some inspiration from the Viking king Harald Hardrada and use this cheap-n-dirty trick to defeat your enemies: Be Sociable, Share! Tweet