This is a video of some of the skydivers from Skydive Spaceland Houston speeding towards earth at night while covered in LED strips and blasting 300-foot sparkler trails from their feet. That’s cool. Maybe not as cool as I am, but– “I swear if this is the detachable thumb trick
This is a video of Youtuber CG Geek discussing and demonstrating the process by which he turned Bob Ross’s hour-long special painting ‘Grandeur Of Summer’ into a fully 3D world over the course of 23 days, creating all the necessary assets from scratch. Man, if Bob were alive to see
This is a clip from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s show Going Great, starring a 19-year old Keanu Reeves reporting from the first Canadian International Teddy Bear Convention in 1984. Come on, Keanu, who cares what my friends think about me collecting teddy bears, I’m living my dream, not theirs. Besides,
This is a video of Youtuber Warped Perception adding some gunpowder to the fuel mix of a transparent-topped engine. The results *putting on cool guy shades* are certainly explosive. “Those are way too small for your head.” Yeah I think my nephew and I might have had a mix up.
This is a video of Instagrammer yorkshire.fossils (I prefer the pudding myself) smacking a rock open with a hammer to reveal the perfect ammonite fossil inside. What are the odds?! “Well based on all the other ammonite fossils just lying around, I’m guessing pretty good.” You ruin everything, you know
These are four characters from the Dungeons & Diversity line of tabletop gaming figurines created by Strata Miniatures that feature heroes in wheelchairs. Specifically, a human druid, elf rogue, teifling cleric, and dwarf barbarian. You can get a resin or metal figurine starting at £15 (~$20), or the 3D printing
This is a video of backwards spelling extraordinaire Pam Onnen setting the Guinness World Record for most words spelling backwards in one minute with a staggering 56, beating the previous record held by somebody who surprisingly wasn’t her by 16. That’s almost one word a second! From what I could
This is a long form (20-minute) video of internet scam expert/real life Liam Neeson from Taken Jim Browning doing his research and calmly calling out some tech support internet scammers by using their real names to let them know just how hard the’ve been busted. This guy, man — cool