If the Philips AmbiLux TV stole my heart with its audacious projected immersive lighting tech, the batshit-crazy ASUS ROG GX700 water-cooled gaming laptop has had the same effect for me but in a laptop. This thing is an absolute beast.
Why send this tandoori lamb chop to space when it can be in my belly? I don't know, but Nikesh Shukla and Nick Hearne thought it was a good idea to put it in a weather balloon and film its flight to the stars—or at least 25,000 kilometers up there. I can imagine ISS astronauts looking at this video and weeping.
This video is absolutely absurd. It starts like a cheesy 80's sitcom and then makes a turn and another turn and another turn and keeps going until it creates a labyrinth of hilariousness and craziness. I mean, I don't know what's going on. I don't know why I kept watching. I don't know why I'm still laughing.
I'm not entirely sure at what point I stopped thinking this video was incredibly stupid and started thinking it was incredibly hilarious but I think it was probably after The Big Lebowski got a hold of the basektball. And once it hits space thanks to Shaolin Soccer and Anchorman, I pretty much couldn't stop giggling.
I didn't know about YouTube comedy series Enter the Dojo so, when I first saw this absurd video on 100 ways to attack the groin, I thought it was real. I blame Karate Kid and its stereotypical portrayal of America's suburban mall martial art gyms and the people that populate them.
Leave it to the Italians to take something as utilitarian as base jumping and turn it into an elegant fashion cat walk, starting with the gorgeous/crazy Roberta Mancino base jumping in high heels and a sequin dress. From the description:
Samsung thinks kids call the iPhone Home Button a "Bellybutton." What the hell is going on in that courtroom? [Twitter]
After going to the dentist, Vader feels weird. Vader feels funny. Vader doesn't feel tired. Vader is high. But from the medicine, kids.
It looks like Street View caught God on camera. Apparently, El Goderino is on a road trip to LA and he stopped at Hartsburg, Illinois, to give the world a much-needed hug. [Google-Thanks Rob]
If you thought Humanity was damned after watching the latest BigDog quadruped robot, prepare to loot the nearest supermarket and run for the hills, because this video of the beta version of BigDog will leave you in awe. And probably make you wet your pants like some of the best Monty Python skits. Peter Furia (who I…