The House that Shrooms Built, Christopher Walken Reads a Book, and the Best Graphics 1986 Could MusterS

Roll that spliff phatly, pack some fresh ice into the binger, and set the Volcano to "toastify." It's time for tonight's Stoner Channel. We've collected our best high-times material for the discerning pothead so sit back, relax, and pass that shit on the left, yo.

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This Is the Weirdest, Most Hilarious Helicopter Accident I've Ever Seen

Whaddya mean I gotta put the helicopter back the way I found it ?!

The House that 'Shrooms Built

During the 1970's, in the quiet town of Aspen, Colorado, Andre Ulrych was having one hell of a trip. While under the influence of LSD and psychedelic mushrooms, he designed a sprawling, corner-less, 6,000 square-foot home. Check out the NY Times coverage for more shots of the home. [NYT via Laughing Squid - Images: NYT]

Where the Wild Things Are (as read by Christopher Walken)

Sure Chris Walken looks like a scare crow, moves like the undead, and talks like he can't decide whether to finish his sentence or cut out your eyes. But that doesn't mean he's not the damn finest actor of his generation. And from what I can see, his elocution is even better when you aren't being distracted by his face. [BoingBoing]

Watch the Evolution of Zack Morris' Brick Cell Phone from Saved By The Bell

Is anyone more associated with the old brick cell phone than Zack Morris? I don't think so. Watch that grey beige brick phone of his evolve from complete brick to... slightly less of a brick in Saved By The Bell.

BBC Micro Live 1986 - Computer Animation

I want you to think back to this video the next time you're complaining about how the CGI in the movie you're watching is totally unrealistic. The last generation had to put up with shit like this for our entertainment (I'm looking at you, Oregon Trail). Now get off my lawn, I need to get back to my belt onion farming.

Human Slingshots Are Probably the Most Fun You Can Have on Land

Sure, I know that human slingshots aren't exactly new but not new doesn't mean they're not fun. In fact, like this video proves, if you get a group of friends together with a few helmet cams, video cameras, an ATV and a human slingshot, you'll have the time of your freaking life.

The House that Shrooms Built, Christopher Walken Reads a Book, and the Best Graphics 1986 Could MusterS

Are You a Green Gardener?

Care to show off your handiwork to the Internets? If so, we want pics of your best buds, your highest-tech setups, and your bushiest bushes. Send images—960x540 minimum but we prefer 1600x900—of your legal stashes (no High Times ripoffs please) to atarantola at Gizmodo.com and we'll feature the best at the top each night's Stoner Channel. Put "The Stoner Channel" in the subject line while you're at it.

And no, for the last time, we aren't interested in seeing your wicked meth lab setup Jerry. Stop it or we're calling the fuzz.

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