When I finally get my stupid time machine working (it keeps liquefying the squirrels I use to test it) I think one of my first post-Hitler-murder trips will be to Volkswagen in the 1970s to convince them to build an version of the Type 181 (we called it the Thing) that can go in the water. Let me explain why.
Do you need a stuffed companion for race weekends, but are deeply disappointed that Puffalumps have been discontinued for years? Never you fear! Now you can buy Danica Patrick's dog. Seriously. That's her dog Dallas as a cuddly stuffed pet.
The Bobcat S130 Skid-Steer Loader is one of the most accessible construction machines out there; it's basically an adult-sized Tonka toy for your oversized sandbox. But I don't think anybody's mastered its operation like this hero.
Drew Hamilton, an Alaska Department Of Fish & Game tech, was chillin' by one of the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary's waterways when a gigantic bear came lumbering over to his campsite, sat down, hung out, and went on his way.
You probably thought you'd heard the last of Dogecoin, the meme-inspired cryptocurrency famous for, among other things, sponsoring Josh Wise's NASCAR Stock Car for one race, but nope! Now you can buy a Ferrari with it.
People did amazing things to get their mail before we could send messages with a few buttons... like put off-road tires on wooden-spoked wheels. Here's a the (mostly) complete and fascinating history of a "off-road snowmobile coupe", as told its by owner/seller who knows of "at least three" in existence.
Dogecar driver Josh Wise won the fan vote to make it into the NASCAR Sprint All-Star race tonight, edging out such luminaries as Danica Patrick. Patrick, for her part, blamed shadowy "outside sources that are in control" for the loss. The race tonight should be fun.
NASCAR is not really criticized at all for its lack of contribution to society, but because the race at Talladega today has been remarkably boring, as races at Talladega go, let's just pretend it is. But today, it has finally rebutted all of that criticism, bequeathing society with the proper pronunciation of "doge."…
Say what you will about Dogecoin sponsoring Josh Wise's No. 98 Ford in NASCAR, but sometimes you gotta take money wherever you can get it. No matter who is offering it. And there have been plenty out there that are a lot worse than an inarticulate canine.
Last week, the community behind the silly/hilarious/very real cryptocurrency Dogecoin noticed that NASCAR racer Josh Wise was without a sponsor. They needed to raise $55,000 in dogecoins, and Josh would have a ticket to ride. In less than a week, they've done it. You're about to see a Doge race around 'Dega.
DOGE: Because this is 2014, it's more than just a meme that refuses to go away, it's a currency. A cryptocurrency, to be exact, like Bitcoin or Litecoin. Now, thanks to the good folks at Reddit, it might be on a NASCAR race car as well.
The accused shooter in yesterday's massacre in Norway has been linked to a 1,500 page manifesto that recommends using Call of Duty to train combat skills for an upcoming war with Islam.