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By Nora , on December 17, 2011 Shay Aaron is a brilliant artist from Israel who makes the most astonishing miniature food jewelry. These foodstuffs look so beautiful that we would desire to eat them. Actually, there’s a whole market out there for miniature food. Not actual stuff you can eat, but beautifully hand made designs of steaks, burgers, pies, vegetables, eggs and pretty much anything you can think of. Related posts:
(CBS) - The last time we checked in on the band Walk Off The Earth, they were impressing us with their rendition of Gotye's song "Somebody That I Used To Know". Well, they're back with another amazing cover, take a look and listen. The band has managed to wow us again with this cute take on Malvina Reynolds' song "Little Boxes" using - wait for it - actual little boxes as instruments. Just a really fun and clever idea! If you'd like to learn more about the band, you can check out their website by clicking here and I'm including a behind-the-scenes making of this video below as a bonus.
There are hundreds of uses for a lightsaber in the household alone -- and only a few of them involve dismembering kitchen droids -- but most lightsaber techniques boil down to four key actions. Slicing : From tauntaun bellies to Tofurky roast dinners, lightsabers excel at slicing clean through stuff. Experiment with different angles and speeds for maximum effect, but remain mindful of your surroundings. An offhand lightsaber swing can cut through reinforced beams, plumbing , electrical wiring or grandmothers. Stabbing : A lunging stab or a sneaky activation of your lightsaber next to an adversary's chest is a great way to end a saber duel -- at least in the movies. In everyday life, however, it's a great way to begin carving a large space mammal or to steadily build up heat in a larger mass.
Answering Machine Funny Answering Machine Messages ... "Hi, you have reached the Borg collective. Please leave your name and star system and we'll assimilate you as soon as we can." "Hey guess who this is?
In an effort to ensure proper training and readiness among the military services, Congress has approved the following changes to basic principles of recruit training: Haircuts: Marines: Heads will be shaved. Army: Stylish flat-top's for all recruits. Navy: No haircut standard. Air Force: Complete makeovers as seen on the Jenny Jones show.
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Want to go camping, but afraid of bugs, snakes, or bears? Pitch your tent in the air, above the forest floor and away from critters and potential predators, with Tentsile , “the world’s most versatile tent.” The portable tent-hammock hybrid can be used in nearly any environment, anchored to trees in the heart of a forest, hovering over shifting beach sands, pitched above the plains for a brief respite on a safari, or even suspended over disaster and flood zones. Handmade in the UK, the tents are fire retardant as well as UV and water resistant.
We all understand that action movies are cheesy escapism. After all, could one commando really take out a whole compound full of bad guys? Actually, yes. It turns out the history books are full of stories of soldiers doing things so badass they'd hesitate to put them into a film for fear of killing the realism. Like these five, for example. Who Was He?
Barcode Yourself is a complete, interactive experience in the series of barcode art, created using the personalized data of participants. Enter an individual's gender, weight, height, age and location, and the barcode is formed using real-world data. The individualized barcode can then be printed, mapped, scanned, even depicted on a t-shirt or coffee mug. Uber-geeks can even test out their barcodes on their next grocery run. It is in scanning a barcode that the project reveals its humor, like a banner that reads: Disclaimer!