The Making Of The Pizza Thrower

“In partnership with the upcoming TMNT Movie, Pizza Hut commisioned Syyn Labs to build a life-size Pizza Thrower — and we brought it to Comic Con. He’s how we made it.” — pizzahut

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School Bus Converted Into Versatile Mobile Home

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One of the primary goals during the design phase was to develop a living space in 225sqft that is as open and un-restricting as possible… The sleeping space is comprised of two narrow beds, of equal width, on either side of the aisle. There are drawers beneath each each bed, deep storage underneath the mattresses, and built-in shelves facing the seating area. In order to accommodate varied sleeping arrangements, the port-side bed rolls into the center aisle, creating a queen-sized sleeping area, with a third mattress revealed in the vacated space. This allows for a total sleeping capacity of up to six adults.” w/ photos + video

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1,000ft Slip N’ Slide!

“To find a 1000ft slip and slide event like this one held in Salt Lake City Utah near you check out which cities they’ll be stopping by next at slidethecity.com – Held all over the U.S!” — Walbeck

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Fisherman Helps Stingray Give Birth

“A fisherman turned midwife after he helped deliver a pregnant stingray’s pups seconds after catching it. Calvin Conger, 18, was about to use the ray as shark bait when he noticed another stinger sticking out of it. His father, Terry Conger, instinctively pushed down on it, and they all watched on as a baby stingray popped out. Calvin’s mother, Valerie Conger, caught the incredible moment on camera, while his girlfriend, Hannah, cooed in the background. Calvin was out fishing with his family in Port Charlotte, Florida when the incredible event occurred. All 3 stingrays were released into the water after the amazing ordeal that lasted only a few minutes.” — Barcroft TV

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Vertical Living Zoo?

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“For years, zoos have been trending from distinct exhibits to larger, safari-style setups, and the new model of overhead pathways are a major part of this transition to more flexible habitats. Connective “trails,” somewhat inspired by the Swiss animal behaviorist and zoo reformer Heini Hediger (who died in 1992), are also a necessity these days. It’s difficult for zoos to expand–especially in urban areas, Terry Maple, professor of animal behavior at Florida Atlantic University tells the Wall Street Journal. The result is good for everyone: Animals are happier, visitors get amped up to see them happier (and they return more often), and zoos make money as attendance rises.” w/ photos

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Walk Off The Earth – Rude

“Always, when I open any WOTE video, the first thing that I do is try to guess where the beard guy will appear from.” — Marco Bertuol

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