Blog Archives

You need to see this! An amazing artist speed paints in Taiwan.

Watch this masked speed painter on the beach in Taiwan.  Apparently he goes by the name Callejero Dibujando.

Be sure to watch it to the end.

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VW Volkswagen Shocking Hong Kong Movie Theater Ad

VW Volkswagen put together a great stunt at a Hong Kong Movie Theater.

Watch the short 1 min 22 second to see what happens.

It is a great message.

Bellroy Travel Wallet Review

Review of a Bellroy Wallet designed to hold your passport.

Poop Coffee!?! Yes Kopi Luwak aka Civet Coffee is made from just that, and its good!

Kopi luwak is one of the most interesting and expensive coffees in the world. Here is our monthly video on the delicious drink.

Cu Chi Tunnels in Vietnam (Saigon, Ho Chi men City)

We crawl through tunnels and shoot machine guns.  Take a look.

Funny Signs, English Translations, and No Signs

Have you ever been in a taxi in bangkok and see this no sign?  Our video will explain!

Funny signs, no signs, engrish, lost in translation….we take a look at some signs in asia and the no sign stickers on bangkok taxis.

Chicago 2016: Better than Beijing?

The fate of Chicago’s 2016 Olympic bid will be revealed on Friday. It’s up against a tough group of competition, but Chicago has a lot to offer. Everyone knows about Chicago’s beautiful lake views, passion for sports and, need we mention, its deep dish pizza, but Craig Goldwyn shares a humorous look at why Chicago will be the ultimate Olympic city here.

Among them…the 2016 Bucket Boys:

(via @amj7)

Getting Down with the Silent Dance

Last Friday night, thousands of Londoners gathered at Liverpool Street Station to partake in a silent disco. The event was started on Facebook by a 22-year-old who goes by Crazzy Eve…and this guy definitely knows how to do crazy. Thousands of people flocked to the station last weekend armed with iPods. At exactly 7pm, everyone switched them on and got down. The event was such a success, that another one is planned for Trafalgar Square on Friday. Just a small reminder of how music can bring people together – even if you can’t hear it. 

Watch Me Dance!

I’ve loved Yelle ever since I stumbled across an article about her in the RedEye and immediatley downloaded her album. However, I just recently stumbled across this video on YouTube. Yes, I know it’s a bit old, but us Americans are a bit slow to the international music scene. 🙂

Anyway, you gotta watch this, and then break it down Yelle Frenchman style this weekend: