In a study that anyone who works in an office will heartily embrace, researchers found that spending small parts of the day wasting time on the Internet makes workers more productive because it acts to mentally refresh them.
While a typical car stereo produces about 100 watts of sound this sound system can belt out up to 40,000.
As you can see from the video below, that type of wattage makes for a hair-raising experience when the bass gets heavy. Our sympathies to anyone who hitches a ride with a fellow who’s installed this supercharged monster in his car.
During the fourth inning of the Arizona Diamondbacks/New York Mets game on Sunday, Arizona pitcher Jason Marquis struck Mets catcher Josh Thole with a pitch. Upon impact, both players fell down into respective heaps.
Why? It turns out that in the prior inning, Marquis’ leg had been hit by a ball off the bat of Mets centerfielder Angel Pagan. The force broke the fibula bone in the pitcher’s leg, but he decided to keep playing.
A British tourism campaign called ‘VisitBritain,’ in which English celebrities “invite” tourists to vacation in Great Britain, has been pulled from all overseas markets due to the rather uninviting rioting currently plaguing our cross-Atlantic cousins.
In response to having his belly rubbed, this already devilish-looking pooch seems to growl out the phrase “I like Satan.” And that’s not even the most demonic thing he does — brace yourself for an ear-splitting snarl at the end of the clip.
Warning: This video is safe for work, but it will totally give you nightmares.
Anheuser-Busch will be rolling out a redesigned can for its iconic Budweiser brand this summer. Bud’s first updated look in ten years will feature more red then before, and will give more space to Budweiser’s bow-tie shaped logo.
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