This bird has the biggest bird-balls of all. He's mere feet away from Formula One cars at Albert Park and can't be bothered to stand anywhere else. He's either got the best seat at the Australian Grand Prix, the most dangerous seat, or both. Talk about bird-nerves of steel.
On an average ride you can expect to get pelted with bugs and lit cigarettes and the occasional McDonald's wrapper. But testing a supercharged, 300-horsepower superbike brings its own risks, including taking a bird to the head at over 200 mph. [Warning: A bit gory.]
In what's perhaps the most cogent critique yet of Google's seen-by-some-as-privacy-invading Street View program, a bird crapped right on a surveillance vehicle's panoramic camera lens. Touche!
Okay, we know Boston is a tough place for GPS navigation units, but we didn't know it was this tough. This morning, the Today Show pitted three drivers against each other using three different GPS navigation units from TomTom, Garmin and Magellan navigating in Boston. It seemed like a simple test, but Greg John, the…
The problem with functional hoodscoops is thus: our smaller wing'ed friends are sometimes unable to defeat the intake vacuum and wind up getting hoovered right into the works. That's right, kids, mesh those intakes, or you may get taken in the night by the vengeful spirit of ol' John James.