Only in China could someone build a house directly underneath a highway and have it stand fifteen years before the Government discovers it and declares it unsafe.
Here's tip for all you male camera buffs out there "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned" applies to camera equipment as well as cars, motorcycles and electronics.
An Aussie construction worker and part-time filmmaker (?) was instructed to destroy a substantial quantity of Apple equipment— some of which, he says, was salvageable. But can we really trust his account?
SUNDAY! SUNDAY! SUNDAY! ROBOSAURUS LIVE! Ever felt like yelling that in a crowd? Now you can if you just purchase this real-life Robosaurus and a simple PA system. The 42-foot tall, car-eating, Transform-tastic, fire-breathing, automobile-automaton can be parked in your very own backyard. Find out how you can get the…
If you have always wondered how Australian miners amuse themselves when they are bored, wonder no longer. It is way cooler than any of us expected: they take a massive mining truck and use it to destroy land cruisers that are found unoccupied, all for funzies. Is there anything more fun than destroying large metal…
From the land of seppuku and movies like Ichi the Killer comes the destruction of this not yet 2 day old iMac. The beautiful 20-incher gets gutted, face first, and by the end, we know something new: The LCD is made by LG Philips, specifically a LM201WE3. Was it worth it, fellas? I suppose, for science.
You have to have a certain special kind of fetish to enjoy watching German ladies in bikinis destroy gadgets with a scowl on their face, but if anyone fits the bill, we're sure they're in our readership.