Slow Motion Life


High Speed digital photography is nothing new, and with Mythbusters using their high speed camera at every irrelevant moment, it’s something we’ve all gotten alittle too used to.  That is until you see some every day occurrences done with it, and you realize that all that science they Mythbusters use their high speed camera for … Continued

Google [Good/Evil]


Here’s a neat little video that chronicles all the things that Google does. It’s alittle old, – from March – but it still gets the same information accross, and nothing drastic has changed. If anything there’s probably a few more things to add to the list. The Beast File: Google (HUNGRY BEAST) from Elmo Keep … Continued

Stumble Punch!


I will admit the entire name of this post is based off of the first image below.  Blame chris.

The 2010 Olympic Stumble Event!


Its time again for the best stumbles in the history of the internet.  These fine stumbled pictures are up there for humor, love, wrongness, Nazi, and cute.  Only one can take home the gold, and end the post.  That picture has the responsibility to hold off the other stumbles until i write the next one, … Continued

The Flashlight Gun


Fit’s in you’re back pocket, so when you’re out for you walk and it gets bad,  BAM! you’re good. Apparently this gun, the FMG-9 is a prototype from 2008 and nothing’s come of it since.  That’s all fun and games, but really, why do you need it? {source}

21 Stumbles on the wall


We welcome in the new year with the latest iteration of Stumbles.  This is number 21 (give or take), and this is year 2010, so let’s see where it takes us.  Alittle history: 1 year ago today we were at only stumble 8, and now we’re up to 21, impressive! Imagechan makes it’s triumphant return … Continued

Invade New Zealand


One of the better video’s I’ve seen lately, this really get’s you thinking. If we don’t invade soon, someone else might! {Invade Newzealand}

God: The Action Figure


Even God uses an AK-47, more proof that that is indeed the greatest assult rifle ever made by human hands.  Wait, maybe it was forged up in heaven by angles, and given to the Soviets in an effort to overthrow the Americans.  But the Devil called God out on that blatent unfairness, so the Americans … Continued

D-Day, small scale style


Ahh, the magic of CGI, green screens, and copy & paste! Despite all that, this D-Day invasion was done with only 3 people, and it really does look like it was a few hundred, unlike the few thousand that Saving Private Ryan looked like. {Joblo}