Yet another internet meme is making its rounds. People are starting to take it to the next step, and now it’s popping up IRL in some places
A rather informative, interesting, and just plain badass video about the endurance testing of flasks designed to transport nuclear waste. This is "Operation Smash Hit", as conducted by the UK in 1984. This is what happens when a locomotive traveling at 100mph is run into a very heavy stationary object.
This is another video of tests conducted by the Sandia National Laboratories in the US, and is equally as badass. Where else are you going to get the excuse to strap some rocket engines onto a diesel locomotive and then crash it?
These guys are known for their original video "Sales Guy vs. Web Dude", which is an exceptional piece of IT-related satire. As is typically the trend with sequels, the original is better, but that’s not to say that this one isn’t worth watching.
And as an added bonus: http://www.arrangebypenis.com/
(The music is less than desirable in some of these, but they’re more about the eye candy than the audio supplement)
First, there was the (somewhat…but not really) revolutionary surf_fruits
Then, came the slightly more polished surf_vegetables
All of these lovely maps can be played on [F10]Surf-n-Turf, more info can be found on the F10 community portal
Power wheels can, in fact, be serious business
(Bonus points for the appropriate music)
Does anyone remember Animaniacs?
And for those paying especially close attention, there are several nations mentioned which now have different names than what they’re called in this song
"A man in Turkey survived after he was stuck during a collision between a train and semi-truck."
And just as a bit of nostalgiac good measure:
I think that, in order of epicness, the Terminator movies should be ranked as follows: 2, 1, 3
A lot of people didn’t really like 3, but I thought it was pretty well done. It also conveniently provides a bridge for 4/Salvation; not to mention that T3 was also hilarious.
Some more oldschool internets:
"Magnet's made of iron, lobster made of meat!"