39 Fun Museum Facts

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With a holiday weekend coming up, and summer vacations planned, you might want to check out any museums along the way while you travel. John Green is here to let you in on some things you might not know about museums in general, and some things about specific museums, too, in the latest episode of the mental_floss List Show.


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Child With Raft On His Head Photoshopped Into Strange Predicaments

Some photos chosen for Photoshop competitions would actually benefit from a little digital modification, but this picture of a goofy looking kid with a raft on his head is pure gold on its own.

Which is why it's actually perfect for a Photoshop battle, because that kid looks like he's in need of some equally goofy looking friends.

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Photoshop can help Raft Boy achieve his dreams without the usual real life complications, allowing him to become the youngest ballerino at the Bolshoi despite his lack of formal training

It can also help Raft Boy grow up to a be a bright, bold and healthy boy rich in vitamin D

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And may get him the dog he's always wanted

Being a part of the PsBattle may be the best thing that ever happened to little Raft Boy, but hopefully the internet fame won't go to his head or he may become a little terror

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20 Heroes, Villains, Aliens, and Monsters Who Ran for President

You can make jokes about comic book characters running for president, and indeed, we make those jokes every four years, but this is about real comic books. Or, mostly comic books, while some TV shows are included. The idea of a super villain running for office is a great plot device for instilling fear into the populace, so it happens a lot. Meanwhile, superheroes run, too, and they have a distinct advantage among voters. Sadly, that usually happens in an “alternate universe.” Read about 20 such candidates, including Loki, who is running this year, at io9. -via the Presurfer  


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McDonald's Cheeseburger Meal + Juicer = The Ultimate Unhappy Meal

French fries are usually the best part of a meal from McDonald's, but getting them from your face to your stomach (along with a cheeseburger or two) requires a lot of chewing.

So wouldn't it be easier to skip all that jaw work and suck it all down like a smoothie?

(Barely NSFW due to language)

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The culinary madmen from the YouTube channel BAD THINGS FOR BAD PEOPLE tested the theory by throwing McDonald's cheeseburgers and fries into a juicer to create the ultimate Unhappy Meal- Junk Juice.

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The Humiliating Practice of Sex-Testing Female Athletes

 

Ever since women began participating in world-class sports competitions, winners have been suspected of not being “female enough.” Sex testing has ramped up in the past 50 years, although sports authorities and scientists disagree on whether and how they should be done, what the results mean, and what standards should be enforced. The I.A.A.F. and the International Olympic Committee are particularly on the lookout for men masquerading as woman for competition, although they have never caught an imposter. What they’ve found are intersex women with various physical conditions that they never suspected, but which derailed their athletic careers.

…in 1966 international sports officials decided they couldn’t trust individual nations to certify femininity, and instead implemented a mandatory genital check of every woman competing at international games. In some cases, this involved what came to be called the “nude parade,” as each woman appeared, underpants down, before a panel of doctors; in others, it involved women’s lying on their backs and pulling their knees to their chest for closer inspection. Several Soviet women who had dominated international athletics abruptly dropped out, cementing popular conviction that the Soviets had been tricking authorities. (More recently, some researchers have speculated that those athletes may have been intersex.)

Amid complaints about the genital checks, the I.A.A.F. and the I.O.C. introduced a new “gender verification” strategy in the late ’60s: a chromosome test. Officials considered that a more dignified, objective way to root out not only impostors but also intersex athletes, who, Olympic officials said, needed to be barred to ensure fair play. Ewa Klobukowska, a Polish sprinter, was among the first to be ousted because of that test; she was reportedly found to have both XX and XXY chromosomes. An editorial in the I.O.C. magazine in 1968 insisted the chromosome test “indicates quite definitely the sex of a person,” but many geneticists and endocrinologists disagreed, pointing out that sex was determined by a confluence of genetic, hormonal and physiological factors, not any one alone. Relying on science to arbitrate the male-female divide in sports is fruitless, they said, because science could not draw a line that nature itself refused to draw. They also argued that the tests discriminated against those whose anomalies provided little or no competitive edge and traumatized women who had spent their whole lives certain they were female, only to be told they were not female enough to participate.

Later, the standard for identifying athletes by sex was changed to testosterone levels, which is also problematic. There is a condition in which a woman produces an unusual amount of testosterone, but it doesn’t give her an athletic boost because her cells are unable to use it. So even though she has no advantage from the hormone, the level could exclude her from competition. In other cases, young women have agreed to surgery to regain eligibility in sports.

The recent cases of Santhi Soundarajan, Caster Semenya, and five-foot-tall Indian sprinter Dutee Chand (at left in image above) have exposed the humiliating effects of sex testing in sports. Chand won her two-year battle against the IOC, but at a huge cost to her training, reputation, and psyche. Read about the history and controversy of sex testing for women athletes at the New York Times. -via Digg


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Test Tube Chandeliers

There are so many options for this chandelier design! You can fill the test tubes with colored liquids, as you see above. You can also stick flowers or colored stones inside—then change them all to suit your mood. Pani Jurek, an artist from Warsaw, Poland, has a great idea for creative homeowners who want fresh options and adaptability.

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The Real Six-Pack - Exercise Your Right To Party


The Real Six-Pack by Raffiti

Some guys and guybots like to lift heavy stuff to get buff, but Bender knows the real secret to success in the gym- get blind, stinking drunk. That way you'll be working your muscles, or servos as the case may be, and you won't even know it. Of course, accidents do happen when one has been drinking, but take it from Bender- whatever can't be repaired, replaced or rebuilt wasn't worth having in the first place!

Send the right message when you go to the gym, wear this The Real Six-Pack t-shirt by Raffiti and get pumped the Bender Rodriguez way!

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10 Fictional Weapons from Movies Becoming a Reality Now

It has become pretty common that ideas from fiction serve as inspiration for real-world innovation. That works for weapons as well as the tech that makes our lives better. It’s a real thrill to see a hi-tech super-destructive new weapon in a science fiction action film, as it provides a challenge for our heroes. But in real life, they could have devastating consequences. Like a freeze ray. Supposedly impractical, delving into the technology of such a weapon has wide-ranging implications.       

Super villians in the movies and comics seem to really love freeze rays because it allows them to trap enemies in a solid block of ice and have a monologue without interruption for hours while their foe dies of hypothermia or boredom, whichever comes first. Although this may sound like an impractical thought, so does training polar bears to watch guard over your lair. Scientists have found that by using lasers on high-pressure gas, temperatures can be lowered by 119-degree Fahrenheit in only 19 seconds.

The trick to this amazing science is that photons knock electrons out of orbit. The atom then loses electrons which loses energy and heat. In Laments Terms, the lasers are blasting the warmth away down at the atomic level and the reaction occurs so quickly that gas can be frozen and distributed prior to it becoming a liquid.

Read about other weapons from fiction that are coming to the real world at Money Inc.


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Rare Footage Of Bruce Lee's Teacher Yip Man Training Days Before His Death

Bruce Lee was such an incredible martial artist people often assume he was born with his fighting skills, but just like every other warrior before him Bruce had to go through intense training to achieve greatness.

And many would argue that without the training Bruce received from his teacher Yip Man he would not have become such an accomplished martial artist.

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Yip Man (the inspiration for the action movie series IP Man) was a master teacher of Wing Chun and a legendary fighter, but the world had barely gotten to know the man before he died in December,1972.

Incredibly, Yip died just seven months before Bruce Lee, and as this rare video footage shows Yip continued to practice his Wing Chun forms until the very day he died.

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Sons Ip Chun and Ip Ching followed in their father's footsteps and become famous martial artists in their own right, even though they were always overshadowed by dad's legendary student Bruce.

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The First Woman to Vote in American History

Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook.

According to recent statistics, there are more women voters in America than men. Women, at least in recent years, tend to vote Democrat. Men are, in the main, Republican voters.

The democratic party is currently 57% female. The GOP is just the reverse, with males making up 57% of the party. The biggest single voting block in the United States is now single women, who constitute 25% of our electorate.

Okay, here's a good bar bet question for you: “Who was the first woman in American history to vote in an election?"

The 19th amendment to the Constitution guaranteed women the right to vote. Many people are under the mistaken belief that no woman ever voted before this amendment was passed. Women had actually been voting for many years before the 19th amendment. States and territories had their own laws.

In the year 1869, the governor of the Wyoming territory approved and passed a woman's suffrage bill. And in the following year, a woman named Louisa Ann Swain cast the first vote by a woman in an American election.

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The Liquid That Pours Itself

Steve Mould, a wizard, demonstrates the properties of this unusual potion called polyethylene oxide. It's a polymer that seems to pour itself if you tip the container over just slightly. The magical properties permit it to flow against rather than with gravity.


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Polyethylene oxide is commonly used to lubricate razors. But elves and half-elves should avoid it even in this form, as it is midly toxic to them, inflicting 1 HP damage per round.

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Walking the Dog

This is why I don’t have a dog. Oh, cats do the same thing, except you don’t have to go with them, just let them in and out. All day long. Sometimes I think pets are just messing with us to see how obedient we are to their whims. This is the latest from Megacynics


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Happy Dog Bounces across a Field


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My dream is to be this dog.

Rosie, a poodle and whippet mix, bounds across a field in Norwich, East Anglia, UK. She takes unreserved joy in such a simple thing.

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The Match That Lights a Soyuz Rocket

NASA fires their rockets with an electronic ignition system. The Russians use giant wooden matches to fire up their rockets. The device, invented in the 1950s for intercontinental ballistic missiles, is called a PZU, which stands for a Russian phrase meaning “pyrotechnic ignition device.” In other words, a match. But they are huge, and a bit more complicated than a sulphur match that you’d strike against rough surface.

After the Soyuz is installed onto the launch pad, technicians working from an access bridge under the pad manually insert wooden sticks in a shape of a T-bar into each combustion chamber. Twenty big sticks go into the main chambers and 12 smaller ones go into the steering engines. At the top of each stick you'll find a pair of pyro-charges, and between pyro-charges there is a spring-loaded brass wire that acts as an ignition sensor. Wires from pyrotechnics and from the sensor run down the stick to an outlet where they are plugged into the launch control network.

When those charges fire inside the combustion chamber, their flame cuts the brass wire and the spring pulls the lose end away, breaking the electric circuit. That's what generates the ignition signal at launch control. Because the firing nozzles of the pyro-charges face each other, the ignition of only one of them ensures that the second one would light up as well (imagine two matches right next to each other). Only after the launch control has confirmed ignition inside of each and every one of the 32 chambers will they open the valves on propellant supply lines, initiating the full combustion. The flimsy wooden rig and a few wires are instantly and harmlessly incinerated in the ensuing inferno.

It may seem like a terribly old fashioned method, but look who is actually sending people into space in rockets now, and who isn’t. Read more about the PZU at Popular Mechanics. -via Metafilter


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Library Goes Sci Fi to Promote Its Services

Long Beach City College is a community college in California. Its librarians wanted to show students what they have to offer in a fun, novel way. So they created the most extraordinary library promotional videos I've ever seen.


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I recently attended a professional conference where the librarians, led by their larger-than-life library director, Ramchandran Sethuraman, delivered a presentation about their video project. The project consists of 4 modular videos covering major library services, including research assistance, database access, citation help, and a survey of resources in a multitude of languages.

The college is located close to Hollywood, which was a huge help. They were able to hire a professional video production company, which created these videos for a mere $8,500. The videos have special visual and sound effects, dramatic music, and scripts that are both funny and precise.


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The Game of Thrones Graveyard

This is only for fans of the TV show Game of Thrones who are current on the series, because it contains spoilers. If there’s one thing that ties the various episodes, seasons, and kingdoms of Game of Thrones together, it’s death. Slate has an interactive graveyard for each significant death on the series, and it’s a crowded place. The latest deaths are at the top, indicated by freshly-dug earth. Each gravestone is labeled with the episode it occurred in, and has a link to the character’s page at the Game of Thrones Wiki. If you click on the grave itself, you leave a flower. It’s fascinating to find out who people are leaving the most flowers for. Some of the most evil characters on the series have piles of flowers -but it’s because those are the ones you loved to hate. Oh yeah, there are a couple of graves with hands reaching out -to indicate dead people who came back to life. I’m not sure what the bird indicates. -via Metafilter


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5,000-Year Old Paystub Shows Workers Paid in Beer

It's time to punch the timeclock and head out because it's beer o'clock. Here's a record of the earliest known such time. It's a cuniform tablet that is 5,000 years old.

Archaeologists found it at Uruk (you know, from Star Trek) in modern-day Iraq. It illustrates laborers being paid for their services in the best form of currency: beer. Alison George describes at New Scientist:

On one tablet excavated from the area we can see a human head eating from a bowl, meaning “ration”, and a conical vessel, meaning “beer”. Scattered around are scratches recording the amount of beer for a particular worker. It’s the world’s oldest known payslip, implying that the concept of worker and employer was familiar five millennia ago.

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Another One Bites The Dust - Have Fun Storming The Death Star


Another One Bites The Dust by Rocky Davies

By order of the Queen all stormtroopers were to be shot on sight, which wouldn't have been a big deal if it wasn't for the fact that some of those stormtroopers were destined to be stars. For you see, unbeknownst to the Empire and Sith Lord Vader, the stormtroopers had formed a band, and their first single "Pew Pew War" was already hitting the top of the charts across the galaxy. Both the Emperor and Darth were ardently against the stormtroopers having hobbies, but the troopers found it thrilling to disobey the dark side, forming their own rebellion of sorts within the Imperial ranks. Now they just had to stay alive long enough to hear Max Rebo cover their song...

Sing a song of stormtroopers getting blasted to smithereens with this Another One Bites The Dust t-shirt by Rocky Davies, it's sure to score a direct hit with your fellow sci-fi fans!

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Pet Review: Cats

YouTube member Garcatch intends to test and review all pets to give you the best advice on which to select. Today, he reviews cats as pets. Contains NSFW language.

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To recap: cats are attractive, portable, and relatively safe, compared to lions. But he recommends a feature upgrade. -via reddit

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I Want an Ice Cream Cone Topped by More Ice Cream Cones

How much ice cream do you need? The correct answer is “more.” Jersey Jack, a gelato bar in Como, Western Australia, has the right idea. Its Little Mostro isn’t little at all. The large ice cream cone is topped with toppings and smaller ice cream cones, which themselves are covered with more toppings. I’ll take two, please.

-via My Modern Met

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An Honest Trailer for Jaws

As the July 4th holiday nears, it’s time to pull out the movie that ruined the holiday in 1975: Jaws! We cowered in our seats with suspense, even though we didn’t see the shark much at all. That was a great technique -except it wasn’t really the way they wanted to do it.

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Forty years later, there’s plenty to critique about Jaws in this Honest Trailer from Screen Junkies, but it still comes out as one of the greatest scary movies of all time. -Thanks, Paul Panday!


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Guy Turned His Girlfriend's Dog-Chewed Heel Into A Wearable Work Of Art

Dogs who like to destroy stuff have no idea how valuable the stuff they're destroying is to their humans, but when they chew up something their human cares about they're dubbed bad dog.

But what if they're just trying to help us repurpose our stuff, making it look unique with a little help from their teeth?

Blacksmith and caring boyfriend Alan Padziński wasn't buying that excuse either, but when their dog Caliph chewed up one of his girlfriend Jagoda's favorite shoes he saved the day with his smithing skills.

With a little imagination and some fine craftsmanship Alan turned her tore up shoe into armored heels worthy of a warrior princess.

Read This Guy Turned His Girlfriend's Dog-Chewed Shoe Into An Amazing Heel here

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50 of America's Best Diners

To pay tribute to the classic American diner, Extra Crispy compiled a list, not of the 50 best diners ranked, but a great diner from each state in the Union. You could easily argue with their choices, because the definition of a “diner” is hard to pin down (you know one when you see it), and chains were excluded. What’s left are people’s opinions on what makes a great diner: hearty food, friendly service, decent prices, and memories. West Virginia’s entry is the Hometown Restaurant in Peterstown.

Peterstown, West Virginia (population 650), which is about a stone’s throw from the Virginia border and right smack in the heart of the Appalachian mountains, has one seriously tasty claim to fame, and that’s Hometown Restaurant. Linda Fox, who opened Hometown nearly 31 years ago, makes nearly everything from scratch, from her signature biscuits and gravy to one of West Virginia’s finest creations: a big bowl of pinto beans topped with chow chow relish served with a wedge of crumbly cornbread. (We don’t call West Virginia “Almost Heaven” for nothing.)

Breakfast is a testament to true soul-satisfying mountain cooking and it’s served all day. Country ham, grits, fried potatoes, and biscuits are always on the menu, as are three different kinds of pan-seared steak to go with your eggs: rib-eye, crispy fried steak, or chopped steak. For something different, get the fried apples over a biscuit, a sweet and savory delicacy that pairs especially well with salty bacon or country ham. Be sure to grab one of Linda’s homemade whole coconut cream pies on your way out (she makes eight different cream pies twice a week), which boast the tallest meringue I’ve ever seen. —Kendra Bailey Morris, author of The Southern Slow Cooker

Check out the list and let us know which ones you’ve been to, and whether they are really that good.

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Dick Van Dyke Leads a Mary Poppins Sing-Along

Dick Van Dyke is 90 years old, but he's not slowing down a bit.

The star of Mary Poppins recently visited the childhood home of Walt Disney in Chicago for the Creativity Days festival. After touring the house, Van Dyke stepped out onto the porch and greeted a crowd of fans by saying, "Hi! I'm what's left of Dick Van Dyke." Then he led them in a sing-along of "Let's Go Fly a Kite," one of the most memorable songs from Mary Poppins.


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Marvel Heroes Who Are More Villainous Than The Villains

Marvel made their mark on the comic book industry by creating complex characters with lots of depth and storylines adults would enjoy reading nearly as much as the youngsters.

Some of Marvel's characters are so complex it's hard to decide whether they're the good guys or the bad, or an anti-hero purposely bridging the gap between the two sides.

Take Professor X for instance- he's the founder and leader of the X-Men who is responsible for protecting mutants from mankind (and vice versa) so we naturally think of him as a good guy.

And yet we discover the Prof has a dark side when he tries to psychically murder Magneto and instead combines with him to form the super-killer Onslaught.

Plus, during the Deadly Genesis series, we find out Xavier "used the abduction of the original X-Men by the living island Krakoa as an instrument to discard the first-generation X-Men of 1963".

On the other hand, it's hard to tell if Nick Fury is a hero or villain because he walks a thin line between good and bad and never hesitates to put a bullet in anyone, hero or villain, who stands in his way.

But who could have known he would kill an innocent extraterrestrial being just to catch a villain?

Nick Fury's murder of the Watcher Uatu in the Original Sin series proved he is truly Marvel's most morally ambiguous character, a guy who's not afraid to get dark if it means getting his way.

See 5 Beloved Marvel Heroes With Seriously Villainous Pasts here


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Washing Instructions

Redditor Jl889 bought a cloth swim diaper for her baby. She checked the washing instructions tag and found that it was designed to be remembered. And not only remembered, but shared. I’m glad to oblige. After a bit of laughter, the discussion on this turned to why it's labeled "chlorine resistant" but you're still told not to bleach it. The concentration of chlorine in a pool and in your laundry is quite different. 

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The Restaurant Built in a Waterfall

Chances are you never looked at a waterfall and thought "that's a place I wanna eat," but after looking at a few photos of the Labassin Waterfall Restaurant in the Philipines you might start feeling that way. This stunning restaurant lets dinners sit at the base of a waterfall and feel the water flow over their feet as they eat. You can even head over to the flow and let it run over you between bites.


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A Stop Motion Short About Our Robotic Morning Routines

Nine-to-fivers sleepily shuffle through their morning routine then commute to work while fighting to stay awake, all so they can sleepwalk through their work day, go home tired and do it all over again.

Maybe we should just stop fighting the robotic nature of the morning routine and add some actual robots to our homes, so we don't have to lift a finger until we're out the front door!

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"Sleepy Steve" is a delightful stop motion short created by animator Meghann Artes that is equal parts Pee Wee's Playhouse, The Jetsons and David Lynch, in other words very fun to watch!

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You Are Here - Life Ain't Always A Box Of Chocolates


You Are Here by Benares

When life is full of crapstorms that muddy up your view of the wondrous world we live in you must learn to wipe it all away and move on. Sometimes you'll find yourself surrounded with crappy people who want to make their muck part of your life, threatening to drown you beneath a pile of their problems, but you've installed wipers and can therefore see through their curtain of crap. You are meant to be a pioneer, a trailblazer, the first person you know who has scaled the mountain of crap that has piled up in their lives and lived to tell about it. Climb past the pile and you'll find the world often smells like roses, but let the pile overtake you and you'll never be rid of the stench...

Don't let life's crap get you down, throw on this You Are Here t-shirt by Benares and smear a smile onto people's faces wherever you go!

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10 Airlines Offering The Finest Business Class in the Sky

The “business class” airline section is supposed to be one step down from first class. The savings over first class are substantial, yet the seating is still luxuriously comfortable. In some airlines, the business class arrangements are more luxurious than first class in others. Pictured above is Virgin Australia’s new business class cabin.

When Virgin Australia recently unveiled its brand new business class cabin the masses immediately took notice, as did the airline’s competitors. The revamped Virgin Australia business class is all about space, comfort, and convenience and it employs the ever-popular reverse herringbone seating configuration. The new seats can extend up to 80 inches long, which is about the size of a queen bed. 18 inch HD media screens, a better gourmet menu, turn down service, and a lounge area that serves cocktails and tasty bites are just a few things that set Virgin Australia’s business class apart. And, just like Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Australia offers complimentary pajamas for business class passengers.

But it’s far from number one on the list of great business class airlines, the rest of which you can read at Money Inc.


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