I am not a big Star Wars fan, but this is just wonderful!
This is what his mother said:
"We discovered by accident that the Star Wars Theme Song has magical abilities to calm the baby down. He was screaming and crying in the car one day, and the MP3 player started playing this song and he just stopped. Then, every time after that when he'd be crying for no reason (we knew his diaper was clean, tummy was full, etc.) and we'd play this song, he'd perk right up.
He is 4 months old in this video."
POPCORN! by Rachel Edge,posted Sep 18 2012 10:27AM
I don't know how this is necessary but it sure looks fun!!
This is a video from popcorn purveyor 'Popcorn, Indiana' of the Popinator, a popcorn shooting cannon that allegedly uses a binaural microphone array to identify where you mouth is when you say 'POP', then shoots a piece of popcorn. It's not a product for sale, just a marketing campaign for the company.
This is a video of an intersection in Germany that allows two pedestrians on opposite sides of the street to play a little game of pong against each other while waiting for the walk light to turn green. The game even has a timer that shows you how long you've got left until its safe to cross.
Might be the greatest idea ever. There is always that awkward time at the light when you don't know if you should smile at the person next to you or just watch the traffic. Now you can play interactive games! I wonder if you can play if there is not anyone across the street....
Now I LOVE cheeseburgers.....a lot. But this one doesn't even look appetizing. Couldn't they have made it look a bit more stomachable?
The Black Bear Casino Resort in Minnesota recently broke the world record for largest burger with this 2,014-pound, 10-foot round bacon cheeseburger.
Guinness Records representative Philip Robertson verified the record for biggest burger. He called the feat a result of "remarkable teamwork" and said the burger "actually tastes really good."
Black Bear's burger included 60 pounds of bacon, 50 pounds of lettuce, 50 pounds of sliced onions, 40 pounds of pickles and 40 pounds of cheese.
It took about four hours to cook the patty. A crane was used to flip it.