https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1Vb8SB2HJ0 I have no idea what the fellow is saying about this tribe of capybaras invading a warehouse in Brazil, I‘m just glad that they did so and that he was there to record it for posterity.
Watching Natas Kaupas, inventor of the "wollie" and Santa Monica Airlines great, skate the streets is sheer poetry.
Asimo was always a toy, but Atlas consigns it to the clearance bin. (previously)
The Republican tax plan will exempt the 0.2% of Americans who pass on estates of 5.49 million (each) to their heirs, a tiny elite that includes most of the Trump cabinet of one-percenter plutocrats; under the Senate proposal, that exemption would double. (more)
The FRESHeBUDS Pro wireless headphones make a perfect workout companion, and you can get them in the Boing Boing Store today for a special 23.95 price (normal: 29.95 / MSRP: 199.95) as part of doorbusters week. To prevent you from accidentally losing half of your stereo sound when you‘re out on a run, the FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Headphones feature a tethered design. When not in use, they easily snap together with integrated magnet
The Trump administration will reverse the Obama-era prohibition on importing taxidermied elephant heads and tusks from endangered wild African elephants from Zimbabwe and Zambia. (more)
Brazilian artist Butcher Billy describes himself as a "pop culture butcher obsessively looking for the perfect cut." I think he‘s found just that with his latest artworks. The nine-piece series imagines each episode of Stranger Things 2, from "MADMAX" to "The Gate," as the cover of an 80s-style paperback book. So cool! Billy‘s work has been featured several times here on Boing Boing. If his work is your kind of thing, his Instagram
Oh, just a baby riding around on a robotic vacuum. Usually it‘s a cat, but today it‘s someone‘s sprog. (Digg)
I was kerplotzing around the internet today and upon seeing this video had the craziest thought: I‘ve been in this place. Now since it involves free diving in the world‘s deepest pool, in Italy, there‘s no way I‘ve even seen the place. Also can‘t hold my breath for squat. Tried that recently while watching my friend David Blaine hold his breath for almost 11 minutes in a tank of water. I was really glad that he was
Using common objects like socks, tennis balls, wooden spoons, and even potatoes, Jim Henson and his assistant Don Sahlin show children how to make basic puppets and bring them to "life" in the 1969 Iowa Public Television show, "Volume See." Previously: These over-the-top Muppets shoes are downright inspired (swissmiss)
Over the years, we‘ve seen many advent calendars geared for grown-ups. They‘re filled with things adults appreciate: booze, beer, and of course, Star Wars LEGO bricks. Now it‘s weed‘s turn. To fill that niche, Coast to Coast Medicinals, a mail-order medical marijuana shop in Vancouver, Canada, has created a cannabis-filled advent calendar. The product‘s description reads, "Twas the night before Christmas and all t
The hairy-faced gents of the Newfoundland and Labrador Beard and Moustache Club are raising money for a mental health charity by posing as mermen for this 2018 MerB‘ys calendar. CBC reports: Calendar proceeds are going to Spirit Horse NL, a group that offers support to people with mental health issues via therapeutic interaction with horses. "They‘re desperately in need of funds and awareness because it‘s expensive to raise an
Press this plush Christmas elf‘s foot and its tongue starts vibrating, quite suggestively. The Sun reports: The 10 toy has been flying off the shelves at Asda stores across the country with sales reaching a climax even though there is still more than a month to go to the big day. Punters have to press a button in its foot to make its hands move away from its face as it wiggles its tongue at high speed and shouts: "Merry Christmas."
By laminating hundreds of the paper pages of vintage books together and then finishing them with a high gloss coating, artist Jeremy May is able to create these marvelous pieces of literary jewelry. The paper is selected and carefully removed from a book, and the jewellery re-inserted in the excavated space. Each piece is impossible to replicate, and is unique to the wearer. The beauty of the jewels extends within the piece: text and images pass