Have you ever wanted to see the original Knight Rider series intro in German and Japanese? Well you’re in luck, because these videos are exactly that. Who would have ever thought their lucky day would be a Monday?! Did you know there’s a new Knight Rider movie in the works?
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
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.
This is a visualization created by MetaBallStudios (previously) of the size of various cities around the globe as measured by total urban area and not just “city proper (administrative) or metropolitan area.” There are some big-ass cities in the world! Honestly, I had a hard time even fathoming the size
This is a video captured from inside the cabin of an Airbus A320 as it takes off from Changi Airport in Singapore to show the changing speed (measures in km/h so it makes no sense to Americans) as it breaks the laws of physics. Honestly, I still can’t believe people
Note: Full-size version of each map below. These are two US maps detailing the best and worst attractions in each state, as according to chart maker and Instagrammer Mattsurree’s 309,200 followers. Or at least those willing to provide an answer. So, yeah, it’s questionable. Obviously– “You would have voted your
The last Blockbuster store, located in Bend, Oregon, is letting residents of Deschutes County the chance to have an AirBnB sleepover in the store for three nights in September for just $4 a night (a cent more than the cost of a movie rental). So, yeah, just to be clear
This is a timelapse video of an icebreaker’s journey around Antarctica, with about two months worth of travel packed into five minutes, along with some commentary about the trip from the woman who captured the footage. Wow, two months on an icebreaker in Antarctica, that *checking list of good times*