What better way to ease your way into the spring season than too watch yachts get transported in bulk on a large transport boat? Sure, you probably never even thought about it, with ‘yachts’ and the Caribbean often only associated with the super rich and their surplus of cash, but it’s nice to imagine sometimes, or even get a peak into their world. When it’s time to transport a boatload of yachts, transport company Sevenstar Yacht Transport employs their Super Servant 4 DYT vessel to haul many yachts at one time.
While cruising around in search of fish, Burgos noticed something pulling at a pool noodle set up in the waters of Fausse Pointe State Park in Louisiana. In a video he uploaded to YouTube this past weekend, he can be seen approaching the noodle with 11-year-old daughter Evan seated behind him.
If you live in Latin America and are privy to a “siesta” during your workday (man, that would be great here), that would be considered “polyphasic” sleeping, since there is more than one instance a day where you catch some zs. There are more extreme forms of polyphasic sleep methods, and the one that Ryan Bergara employs for the week is known as the “Everyman” schedule, where you sleep for four-and-a-half hours in the evening, and take two 20-minute naps during the day to recharge. For background on this method, Bergara consulted with Jackson Nexhip, an author of a book on polyphasic sleep and current user of the “Everyman” sleep schedule.
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If you ever need a mid-day pick me up, head over to the YouTube channel Kyoot Kids to watch silly children who’ll try their best to make you smile.
Sweden is celebrating 250 years of being the first nation to introduce a constitutional law to abolish censorship. The Swedish Tourist Association urges people to call the number to find out whatever they’d like about Sweden. After getting the correct spelling of her name, I found out that she’s a woman in her thirties living in the rural Southern part of Sweden, known as Skåne County, and that the local weather was finally good enough to go outside and do some gardening.
The two dudes from YouTube channel ‘The Slow Mo Guys’ have brought us yet another breathtaking slow motion video. This time, they’ve shown us what a flamethrower able to spit 50 foot flames looks like through a high-speed camera.
Did you ever use a rotary phone growing up? Well, a little girl in a new viral video is basically doing the equivalent, but instead of using a rotary dialer, she’s just trying to leave a voicemail for her dad. After the voicemail prompts her to start over, she has no idea what to do when asked to “press 1″ to start over.
Is that a young Payton Manning marching down the aisle in overall-shorts and a bow-tie? YouTube channel ‘Kyoot Kids’ recently uploaded cuter-than-words footage of a little boy making his way down the aisle as the ceremony’s ring bearer.
One of the last things you ever want to see while behind the wheel is a semi truck sliding out of control, headed right towards you.
Back on April 9 last year, a tornado ripped through Fairdale, Ill., and 85-year-old Clarence “Clem” Schultz’s house was directly in its path. Schultz and his wife of 24 years, Geri Schultz, were home when the tornado approached, according to The Daily Herald. Schultz told the publication he was headed upstairs to grab some camping lanterns when it hit.
Web designer Kevin Burke thought it was a pretty simple program that even a beginner could make. According to Burke, the TSA told him it spent at least $336,000 developing the app, with other sources stating this was part of a larger bill of $1.4 million. Regardless of all those large numbers and transactions, Android app developer Chris Pacia saw the app, and decided to make it himself.
Reddit user ‘CausticQuandry’ posted on Friday about a strange almond smell they discovered while working in their lab. The Redditors were keen on his situation, pointing out that hydrogen cyanide (HCN) is a fast-acting, poisonous and colourless gas that smells slightly like bitter almonds.
On Saturday afternoon, a couple travelling on Ontario’s Highway 401 near Kitchener were shocked when they spotted another vehicle on the other side of the highway. The road conditions look terrible, and you can hear the couple’s genuine concern as they prepare to call the Ontario Provincial Police to report the woman. According to Global News, police were able to stop the driver “without incident,” and very luckily, no one was injured.
Where else in the world would you find a poisonous spider attack a deadly snake in your very own garage? Paul and Bernadette Gibs discovered just that when they stumbled upon a female redback spider’s large web and found a juvenile eastern brown snake stuck to it. An Australian man was able to catch a similar spectacle in his backyard about a month ago involving another brown snake and a daddy-long-legs spider, though he was only able to capture a photograph.
Some of the stuff that the musicians of YouTube are able to pull off and showcase to the world is really astounding, especially considering most are doing it on their own. You may remember the young woman who made a great Michael Jackson cover using a guitar loop pedal.
There are some YouTube channels that defy all media logic in terms of what’s good content on the Internet, and the Hydraulic Press Channel is one of them. The always enthusiastic Finn behind it merely takes everyday objects and subjects them to crushing via a hydraulic press and films it. Hydraulic Press Channel’s latest video tackles an assortment of fruit and crushes himself a nice salad, along with some whip cream to top it off.
Well, sorry, ice storms and mixed precipitation is in the forecast, sprinkled in with some truly nice days to confuse the body’s natural defense mechanisms. The risk for catching a cold in April is very real. One Canadian in particular discovered that his steep driveway now had a fresh coat of ice on it due to freezing rain last week, and he was now unable to get into his house.