Drones are cool, and so is sand art. Personally, I’m more of a fan of sand castles, but the above art is equally as neat. The video comes via Instagram user @jbenart, and if you check out his page on Instagram, or his website, you can see some equally as impressive masterpieces.
Have you ever wanted a car? What about a LEGO car? How about a Ford Mustang? Well you’re in luck because a few years ago LEGOLand Florida built a full sized 1964 Ford Mustang, completely out of LEGO Bricks. 194,900 of them to be exact. Some were DUPLO bricks, but that doesn’t matter in the grand scheme. They even built in working head and tail lights. It’s lighter than an actual Ford Mustang, but I bet if you put the engine and transmission in it would approach it. It’s probably not very good in a crash. Though a car from 1964 is also probably not one you want to crash in, so it’s a wash there.
This person when through an awful lot of trouble to build this scale house and to be honest, I am very impressed with it. However I’m not sure what the point of it was. Especially since it’s mostly covered with stucco. He could have gotten the same look with one quarter of the time and effort. I think this would have been cool as an educational video and display. Where half the house was not finished and cut away so that you could see the inside of it. Oh well it’s neat and I applaud this guy for having the time and skills to do something like that.
My fiancee was showing me something the other day. It was a video that she loved in her younger days of the internet. Before Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, reddit, all of those things. Back when you had to actually search for quality (or lack of) humor on the internetz. Many hours were spent stumbling around the internet looking for things, and finding things. I can’t remember where exactly I first saw the video, and I know I posted about it before but I can’t find it. Anyway, I had to show her the infamous Benny Lava.
Benny Lava is superior to whatever you might be thinking. It’s a classic internet video. It’s not necessarily as wide spread as The Ultimate Showdown, but it’s far more known than Electronik Supersonik which I also had to show her:
Yes nostalgia and the internet go hand in hand. It’s almost like the internet was made for it.
Anyway, I’ve posted the above videos again because they are amazing and you have to watch them.
I love the Hummer. If I could have any car in the world, that would be it. Sure it’s got terrible gas mileage. Sure it’s massive and wouldn’t fit up my driveway. Sure it’s excessive. But it’s just so damn cool. I don’t need toe $200k version. I’m OK with an army surplus one from eBay.