Before “rocketmail” was the name of a short-lived free e-mail service in the late ’90s, it was an idea propounded by German inventor Professor Oberth, who thought it was a good idea to literally use a high-velocity, ill-aimed projectile to deliver mail from Berlin to New York City.
Chickens make the perfect platform for an organic and all natural steady cam.
Know a person at work that would be perfect for The Heinz Ketchup Award for always making others wait?
Unique products to inspire and amuse.
Angela’s internet is down (and it’s her birthday) so posting will be light today.
The enterprising “gem”ologists at Miller Park Zoo now are offering necklace pendants from dried reindeer droppings, joining the explosively popular ornaments that debuted last year.
Buy a log for $5, call it a chair and sell it for $185.
This awesome supercut video includes all of the crazy business ideas that Tom Haverford has come up with on NBC’s show Parks and Recreation.
A restaurant in Burbank, California called Not a Burger Stand has created a fun way of offering their customers discounts.