"Imma wait till the team does something crazy...That way the cameras will pan in on them and I can subtly pick my nose and eat mah boogers"
1 comment 3 People like this
Dang, I'll let to info of the video explain it all:
The fastest violinist is David Garrett (Germany) who played "Flight of the Bumblebee" in 1 min 5.26 sec on the set of Guinness World Records: Die GroBten Weltrekorde in Germany, on 20 December 2008.
Flies + advertisements? This must be the most annoying thing on the universe. Well a publishing company in Germany though it was a good idea so they set some loose at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Two hundred of them to be exact.
I'm planning on going to the dentist some time this week, and the photos above are of dentists in Hamburg, Germany (Fun Fact:That is where the hamburger is named after, but not where the hamburger was first created). If I saw these masks I don't know if I would laugh or be creeped out. Especially if one of these dentists took out a drill! Check out the rest of the photos here.
These anti-domestic-abuse ads by Amnesty International that been installed in Hamburg, Germany are quite clever. When someone looks at the poster, it shows a happy couple. But when the audience looks away, its a picture of the guy punching the girl.
The ad uses a eye-tracking camera to trigger the image switching mechanism. Of course, some douche could just get a piece of tape and cover up the camera and this ad installation would be useless.
Wow. I forgot how awesome the Pinky and the Brain intro was. For some reason it sounds extra evil in German.
Google translated German:
Wow. Ich habe, wie genial die Pinky und der Brain Intro wurde. Aus irgendeinem Grund das klingt böse extra in Deutsch.
Translated back to English from German:
Wow. I have, how genial the Pinky and the Brain intro was. For some reason it sounds bad extra in German.
And people are stupid.
A polar bear attacked a woman at Berlin Zoo Friday afternoon after she climbed a fence and jumped into its habitat during feeding time, police said Saturday.
The bear attacks the woman during feeding time.
One adult polar bit her several times after she plunged into the moat, police said.
Zoo workers tossed rescue rings toward the woman to hoist her out and distract polar bears swimming nearby, said Goerg Gebhard, a Berlin police officer.
At one point the woman fell back into the water and was grabbed by a bear before she was eventually hoisted to safety.
"They saved her life," Gebhard told CNN.
The woman was severely injured and was being treated at a hospital, police said.