These are several shots from specialty cargo and freight hauler P. Adams Schwertransporte of a 67-meter (220-foot!) wind turbine blade being transported “on a challenging route” somewhere in Europe. I’ll say. If this were the gig I got playing Euro Truck Simulator 2 I would just point the truck at
This is a video of Mario’s father Shigeru Miyamoto giving a tour of the new Super Mario World area at Universal Studios Japan and all the interactive activities found there. It looks like a blast. As a matter of fact, I wish I were there right now. But nooooooo, I’m
This is a map detailing where the most out-of-state residents of each particular state come from. I learned a lot by looking at it. Mostly that Californians refuse to move any further east than Texas. Or maybe they all just run out of gas money there after having their dreams
Because keeping your eyes on the road is incredibly difficult for some people, this is some footage from a Tesla Model 3 traveling in Dillsboro, North Carolina of an SUV completely failing to notice traffic is coming to a stop in front of it and nailing a truck from behind
Nearing completion, these are several videos of Universal Studio Japan’s Super Mario World area (including a helicopter flyover), set for a grand opening on February 4th, 2021. It looks awesome. I know Universal Hollywood and Orlando are also getting their own Super Mario Worlds, opening at later dates. Apparently the
News: sometimes it happens right before your eyes. This is a video of Fox 46 news reporter Amber Roberts reporting from atop a bridge in Hiddenite, North Carolina (about an hour south-west of Winston-Salem) where flood waters were quickly causing a bridge to sink, with a piece of it collapsing
Dropping November 27th for $550, this 9,036-piece recreation of the Roman Colosseum is officially LEGO’s largest set to date. For reference, the two previous largest sets were the 7,541-piece Ultimate Collector Series Star Wars Millennium Falcon released in 2017 for $800, and 5,923-piece Taj Mahal released in 2007 for $300.
BMW, clearly recognizing the days of ground-based transportation are numbered and soon everyone is going to be zipping around wearing jetpacks, crashing into power lines and the sides of buildings, has released this video of its electric-powered wingsuit. The suit, which features twin impellers spinning at 25,000RPM mounted to a