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Dungeons & Diners & Dragons & Drive-Ins & Dives

Onion Powder created a hilarious Dungeons & Dragons parody illustration, a module for “Escape From Flavortown”, which takes place in the delicious game Dungeons & Diners & Dragons & Drive-Ins & Dives, where adventurers battle a giant Guy Fieri dragon! Onion Powder is selling t-shirts with this wonderful illustration, which …

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A Friendly Arctic Fox Says Hello to a Canadian Expedition Leader Before Taking a Nearby Nap

While leading a Polar Bear Migration Fly-In Safari in Nunavut, Canada, expedition leader, Dave Briggs got a surprise visit from a friendly arctic fox who just wanted to say hello before taking a nearby nap in the snow. A rare occurrence, the curious fox approached Dave while he was sitting …

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Amazing Two Camera Video of a 1992 Rage Against the Machine Show at Zed Records in Long Beach, CA

In 2013, YouTuber CowProd posted a video of an amazing show in 1992 by a very young Rage Against the Machine at Zed Records in Long Beach, California. CowProd and friend Nanda captured the entire performance on two cameras, which was edited into a single amazing video by Chester Copperpot5. …

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The Challenges of Designing Enduring Symbols That Warn Against Dangerous Situations

In a really insightful video by Vox and accompanying article by 99% Invisible, video producer Christophe Haubursin, 99% Invisible creator and host Roman Mars and digital director Kurt Kohlstedt also of 99% Invisible, explain the scientific, philosophical and design challenges of creating enduring, understandable symbols that warn against danger and …

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A Rescued Chimp Outfitted With a Camera Provides a Rare View Amongst the Treetops of Her Home

In a clip from the three part PBS series “Animals With Cameras“, a rescued chimpanzee named Kimbang was outfitted with a camera and sent along to climb some trees so that her caretaker could assess her diet and ensure she was making the right choices before being set out into …

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Classic Renaissance Style Sculptures Reimagined With Surprising Humorous Modern Twists

A post shared by Gerard Mas (@gerard_mas) on Feb 7, 2017 at 9:20am PST Spanish artist Gerard Mas has created a gorgeous series of busts that are sculpted in the Renaissance style but reimagined with some very humorous, surprising and modern twists. These additions include sporting tan lines, blowing a …

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A Tiny Squirrel on Tiny Waterskis Gets Pulled by a Remote Controlled Toy Boat Around a Tiny Lagoon

A post shared by Twiggys Lagoon (@twiggyslagoon) on Mar 2, 2016 at 9:47am PST A tiny squirrel named Twiggy is quite the party animal. She and her human travel arounds the world in order to showcase her incredible talent of waterskiing. Making appearances at such events Toronto Boat Show, The …

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A British Lab That Creates Lightning Indoors In Order to Predict Failures on the Electrical Grid

Wired UK went inside the High Voltage Laboratory at the University of Manchester to witness first hand the incredible lightning that they create indoors via Tesla coils to test electrical equipment and predict failures within the electrical grid. The lab works to predict failures on the electrical grid and protect …

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Rokblok, A Small Wireless Record Player That Plays Music When Placed on Top of a Record

Pink Donut has created the RokBlok, a small wireless record player that instantly plays music when you place it on top of a vinyl record. The RokBlok is currently out of stock, but the next batch being made is available to reserve from the RokBlok website. Rock out to your …

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Photo Of The Day By Douglas Croft

Photo By Douglas Croft Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Last Light” by Douglas Croft. Location: Yosemite National Park, California. “As sunset approached, we stopped at Olmstead Point looking west toward Yosemite Valley,” explains Croft. “The sun dipped below the clouds and above the horizon and created an amazing light …

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