I Am Everywhere At Once

This is from the beginning of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie. I don't know if you guys will find it funny, but I laughed when I saw it.

Top that. Big Deal. Stop that. Unreal.

Top this.

Do not go on the swings.

My brother just told me about this news story. Apparently it was a combination of decomposing beauty bark and high temperatures, but how terrifying is it? Maybe that playground was built on an ancient burial ground, like the Yella Beak seems to be. Those kids better watch out; a spontaneous pea gravel tornado could kick up at anytime after renovations are complete - and pea gravel stings, especially when it's in whirlwind form .

Speaking of stinging and playgrounds on fire- what about this? I love whoever documented this event. Well done.

Mr. Wizard

My dad told me the best story about the Mr. Wizard show. Mr. Wizard was basically the Bill Nye of the '50s and '60s. He had a show in which he would demonstrate a particular scientific principal - conductivity or whatever, and at the very end of the show, he would always drop a ball into a Rube Goldberg-like machine that would incorporate that day's particular scientific principal. So, the ball would roll down a little zig-zag chute, drop through a tube, and, you know, startle a hen into laying an egg or something, and eventually a shade in a little window would go up - fwapfwapfwap! And then (this is great), there'd be a picture that said: "Eat Cereal!" We were like, "What kind of cereal did they promote?" and he told us that it was just cereal in general. Like, no specific brand, just, eating cereal is a good idea. I love that. Not surprisingly, Mr. Wizard's show was actually underwritten by a group called "The Cereal Institute." I can't believe that's a real organization. How boring is your job if you work there? You're just surrounded by cereal and its related data. If you want to see a clip of the old show, check it out here. Also, for some really crazy science, go here. And perhaps here. Or here.


Has everyone seen this? Can you believe your eyes? I heard someone say it was 45 feet. I thank God he made it out of there. They need parachutes.