The Story of the Great Philadelphia Hot Dog Launcher

Hot dog maker Hatfield constructed a hot dog launcher with the help of the Philly Phanatic, famous weirdo mascot of the Philadelphia Phillies, for use during Phillies games. And now, in a fit of boredom and comedic inspiration, they've released a "documentary" detailing the making of the launcher. It's absolutely… » 11/22/08 1:30pm 11/22/08 1:30pm

Drug Gang Use WWII Anti-Tank Bazooka to Intimidate People

Police in Polk County, Florida, have busted a drug gang—leaded by some assclown called Otis "Cowboy" Carden, who was also selling methamphetamine to his mother and brother— that terrified neighbours and customers using the firepower of a fully oiled and operational World War II british rocket launcher. And although… » 4/04/08 11:00am 4/04/08 11:00am

USB Missile Launcher Reviewed (Verdict: Nobody's Getting Any Work Done)

How fun are these USB Missile Launchers? Very. A single launcher comes with 3 foam missiles, a three foot USB cable, sound effects, and a Windows XP control program. Once installed, you control the cannon with either your mouse or the arrow keys, and fire with the space bar.

We kinda wish they came with more… » 10/31/06 5:51pm 10/31/06 5:51pm