Because where there’s a will, there’s a way, this is a video of Youtuber Warped Perception ‘super-tow-charging’ his Tesla Model S using the car’s regenerative braking, by being towed behind a Mercedes E55 on the highway at 70MPH. Being towed at 70MPH for around 25-miles recharges the vehicle at 65,000
This is a video of a Jack Russell demonstrating her (Jane Russell?) technique for exiting an above-ground pool, utilizing the pool’s skimmer to make an easy exit. Very cute. Of course it’s important to keep an eye on your pets around the pool to ensure their safety. Thankfully, I don’t
This is a video repeatedly demonstrating the restraining power of the BoloWrap, a device that fires a non-lethal bola (a cord with a weight on each end that quickly wraps around a target, ensnaring them) to limit a suspect’s movement and make apprehension easier. Hey, whatever works, but there’s no
This is a video of Dallas Baptist University first baseman Cole Moore taking a diving leap over a foul territory wall for a catch, helping clench the school’s 12-8 victory over Indiana State and securing a place in the NCAA Tournament. I guess you could call that a leap of
This is a video of a skateboarder trying to nonchalantly smoke a bowl under his shirt (which only draws even more attention than just smoking one out in the open, unless he was only doing so to prevent the wind from extinguishing his lighter) and accidentally setting his shirt on
This is a short video of videographer and digital marketer Tyler demonstrating the analog three-factor authentication required (opening the stove door, turning the stove light on, and turning the front left burner to high — he says medium but it’s high) to open a kitchen drawer in the home he
This is a video highlighting a turnaround built into a mountain highway in China’s Guizhou Province. The ‘high-speed’ (actual speed limit 40km/hour, ~25MPH) turnaround allows motorists who realize they’re going to wrong way to rectify the situation without having to wait until the next exit to get off and get
New Zealander Geoff Upson, a self proclaimed Road Safety Manager, has taken it upon himself to spray paint neon green penises over dangerous potholes to get them filled by the transport authority faster. Geoff estimates he’s painted at least 100 potholes since 2018, and spent around $300 on spray paint.