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Vintage Kodachrome Shots From The '50s Of Ladies Posing Pretty

Photographers who used Kodachrome film in the 1950s had no idea the photos they were shooting would have that look people would immediately identify with the mid-20th century for the rest of eternity.

They just knew Kodachrome was the coolest looking color film available at the time, and up until 1954 the film was sold process-paid since it was so difficult for labs to process.

This cutting edge color film made people feel like they were posing for special pictures, so they tried to look their best and pose properly whenever someone was shooting with a roll of Kodachrome.

Nowadays we can use filters and other digital effects to give our pics a vintage look, but these modern pics will never really have that softly muted Kodachrome feel only vintage film can provide.

See '50s Ladies In Kodachromes: Looking Back to Women Fashion Over 60 Years Ago here


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Bucket List Destinations For Animal Lovers

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True wildlife enthusiasts like to make sure there's something animal related to do wherever they go on vacation, and these days it's not hard to find small nature reserves and sanctuaries that allow guests to visit with their animals.

But if you adore animals and you're looking for places to add to your bucket list then you should make your way to Phuket, Thailand so you can have lunch with the elephants at the Phuket Elephant Sanctuary:

Phuket is home to an ethical sanctuary where you can observe and feed the elephants as they roam and do as they please. Being able to watch, understand, and respect the majestic beasts as they go about their day is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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If Thailand is too far away and elephants aren't your jam then perhaps you'd rather head north to Hudson Bay, which is near the town of Churchill, Manitoba, so you can see polar bears in the wild.

Known as the “polar bear capital of the world,” Hudson Bay near the town of Churchill, Manitoba, is the gathering place of hundreds of the cuddly-looking creatures every autumn. You can book a tour in a tundra buggie where you’ll be able to observe the bears up close while they hang out and wait for the sea ice to refreeze so they can get their seal-hunting back on.

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But if one species of animal isn't enough to earn a spot on your bucket list then you must pay a visit to Kruger National Park in South Africa, where you can see all kinds of critters, including the Big Five:

Kruger National Park is home to the Big Five: elephant, lion, rhino, leopard, and buffalo, and a plethora of other magnificent mammals, birds, and reptiles. There are a wide range of safari options available, but no matter which one you choose be sure to have your camera constantly at the ready. You never know when a casual herd of rhino may wander by!

See 11 Bucket List Destinations For Animal Lovers here

Love cute animals? View more at Lifestyles of the Cute and Cuddly blog

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Watch Kylo Ren Use Your ASMR Triggers To Interrogate You

So far Kylo Ren hasn't been the most interesting Sith in the Star Wars universe, and his angsty and whiny personality leaves a lot to be desired.

Kylo's so annoying, in fact, that the whole thing may be an act used to drive his enemies crazy and get his captives to confess. Maybe he's perfecting some sort of whine-based ASMR technique to use on any Rebel scum he captures?

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Nah, he's just a whiny brat with a dark side, but this parody video by Auralnauts shows us what it might look like if Kylo Ren used ASMR triggers during an interrogation. It's surprisingly soothing!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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World 1-1 From Super Mario Bros. Recreated As First Person Augmented Reality Game

World 1-1, aka the first level in Super Mario Bros., is one of the most iconic levels in video game history, and even those who have never played the game know how the level looks.

Mario comes bouncing in, smooshes a Goomba then starts punching bricks, discovering tiny Mario can't break through the brick blocks until he eats a mushroom that makes him tall.

This iconic level has been recreated by artists and game designers many times before, but this is the first time World 1-1 has been recreated in augmented reality, allowing designer/coder Abhishek Singh to play in Central Park.

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Abhishek used Unity3D to create the game and wore a Microsoft HoloLens rig to play the game, and the Mario costume Abhishek wore was purely optional but appreciated!

-Via Laughing Squid


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This Is What True Friendship Looks Like

It can be hard to tell when a friend is using you, or when they're using the friendship to get close to someone in your social circle, because manipulators will play the game as long as needed to get what they want.

But it's easy to tell when you've got a true friend in your corner, because true friends are willing to bend over backwards to make each other happy.

It's not like you expect your true friends to bend over backwards for you, but a true friend knows when you need a boost and doesn't expect a medal when they help you out.

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That's because a true friend can't stand by and watch their best bud struggle without wanting to lend a hand, even if that help makes them an accessory to a crime.

See 10 True Friends In Every Sense Of The Word here


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Totally Innocent Things That Were Still Censored

When you look at this image, do you see George Washington nobly crossing the Delaware? Or do you see him showing off his erect penis? Well, one superintendent in the Muscogee County school district saw an erect penis and believed that for the good of his students, the painting featured in 2000 of his district's textbooks needed to be censored, so he had an art teacher paint over the offensive area in each of the books. 

And that's just one example of absolutely ridiculous examples of censorship featured on this TopTenz article. Also of note is the fact that Hitchcock actually had to fight to keep a toilet flush in the movie Psycho.

So don't miss 10 examples of innocent things being censored here.


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Wil Wheaton Is Reunited With His Wesley Crusher Uniform 30 Years Later

Wil Wheaton has had to come to terms with the fact that no matter what else he does as an actor he will always be known for playing Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

But at least he's known for playing a good role on a legendary show, so he can be proud of the role he's best known for, and Wil has definitely embraced his TNG past and ain't afraid to revel in his gloriously nerdy roots.

A few years back he was reunited with the original sweater he wore on the show back in 1987, and now he has been reunited with Wesley's actual uniform from the show.

Maybe it's time for a TNG reunion special?

-Via Fashionably Geek


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IKEA Is Simplifying Meal Prep With Their Brilliant Recipe Posters

IKEA furniture has become an essential part of many homes, and since pretty much everything they sell is extremely affordable people are filling their homes with IKEA's household goods too. 

Customers like the price but they also like the simplicity of IKEA, which is something the Swedish company has strived to bring into our lives by making it simple to furnish our homes with easy to build furniture.

So since they're known for their simplified assembly instructions IKEA Canada and marketing company Leo Burnett created Cook This Page- a set of illustrated recipe posters people can actually use to cook a meal.

All you have to do is fill in each blank on the page with the proper ingredients, roll the recipe page up with the ingredients inside and pop it into the oven. Now you're making dinner the IKEA way!

-Via Bored Panda

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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Things Only Small Dog Owners Understand

It's hard to tell little dogs are descended from wolves just by looking at them, but when they get mad and turn into a savage little barking beast their wolven ancestry comes shining through.

It must be hard for little dogs to keep the wolf inside them in check, because everywhere they go people want to pet them and gush over how cute they are.

However, their cuteness allows them to get away with a lot, including face-licking, jumping, barking, laying on the bed and pulling on the leash during a walk, because there's no curbing a little dog's enthusiasm!

See 12 Things Only Small Dog Owners Understand here

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Fake Names Celebrities Like to Use At Hotels

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Celebrities can't just check into a hotel under their real name unless they want to be mobbed. That's why so many famous people use aliases when they check in. The name they choose is rarely random though and it can often say a lot about who they are -or at least how they want people to see them. 

Some celebrities like to go a little silly with their names -for example, Brad Pitt likes to use the moniker "Bryce Pilaf"and Johnny Depp is a fan of "Mr. Drip Noodle, Mr. Oddpong and Mr. Stench." Justin Timberlake's go-to name is a bit more clever as he likes to use "Mr. Woodpond." Meanwhile, Kid Rock's name is a tribute to Batman as he goes by "Dick Grayson" -Robin's birthname.

You can read the fake names of more celebrities over at Travel and Leisure.


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Snoop Dogg Narrates Planet Earth's Iguana Vs. Snakes Video

Nature documentaries are tame and soothing to watch when narrated by Sir David Attenborough, but when Snoop Dogg narrates a nature doc the whole thing goes wizzild!

In this installment of Plizzanet Earth with Snoop Dogg from Jimmy Kimmel Live Snoop provides narration for that classic clip featuring an iguana running from a bunch of snakes. It's high-larious! (NSFW-ish language)

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-Via Esquire

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A Cold And Calculating Monster

Humans are always worrying about monster attacks and preemptively hunting down monsters so they don't attack, but have you ever wondered what monsters think about this whole messy business?

They think what we all know- humans are the real monsters, since they kill creatures of the night over and over again just because they remind humans of themselves.

So to all the human monster hunters out there I implore you- do like the folks from Pickled Comics suggest and put monsters to work as CPAs instead of destroying them- you can count on monsters!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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The Evolution Of Nintendo Consoles

Nintendo doesn't just make games and consoles that change our video game lovin' lives- they make consoles that are built to last a lifetime, and it's not uncommon to hear about gamers who own NES consoles that still work.

And now with the release of the Switch they've changed the world of gaming once again, giving us the hybrid console of the future we didn't know we needed.

Along the way there were some misses like the Nintendo GameCube, later improved by the Panasonic Q, which was basically a GameCube with remote that can play DVDs.

The Q was only released in Japan and was a commercial flop, so Nintendo discontinued it two years after it was released.

There is still one thing I've always wondered about the NES and the original Japanese version the Famicom- why didn't the NES have cool controller holders like the Famicom?

See The Evolution Of Nintendo Consoles at GameSpot


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Bring Back Those 90s Vibes With These Totally Tubular NeatoShop T-Shirts

Saving the World by DC Visual Arts

The 1990s are back in a big way, but did they ever really go anywhere? It's not like we stopped liking all the rad stuff we liked back in the 90s, so maybe we should call it a resurfacing rather than a revival.

Either way, if you're a fan of all things 1990s then you're going to love the NeatoShop, because we have so many 90s themed t-shirt designs it's bananas!

The 1990s introduced us to some great friends, like that crazy cat and dog dude who live next door

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This great group of toons who gave us

Nineties Friends by Mitch Ludwig

And, of course, the mellowest dude of them all- Lebowski!

The Pin Lebowski by Vincent Trinidad

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Wayward Black Bear Breaks Into Home, Inadvertently Plays The Piano

Animals who play instruments on purpose are cute, and some of them seem to have genuine musical talent, but it's even cuter when a critter accidentally plays an instrument because they don't know what it is.

Security cameras caught this video of a black bear breaking in to the Vail, Colorado home of Katie Hawley, and the scene was not very fun or amusing to watch at first.

But then the bear inadvertently tickled the ivories and made the whole thing adorable again, although the humor was lost on homeowner Katie, who still fears another ursine home invasion.

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-Via The Washington Post

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Former Disney Employees Discuss the Craziest Things They Saw on the Job

Disneyland may be the "happiest place on earth for visitors," but for employees, things are different. Over on Reddit, past Disney park employees recently discussed the most outrageous things they ever saw on the job. For those who think the Mouse represents a squeaky clean image, you might be surprised what those employees have seen. For example:

I worked on a ride where there was a holding area before the main room and ride. One night before close, apparently a guest had taken a shit in the holding room and everyone else tracked it through out whole queue and ride. We had to close early and every inch of our whole ride was sanitized that night. A guest seriously asked me, "There's poop on my flip flops... what do I do...?"

Many employees start off innocent when they come in, but then things like this change that:

[My] manager that told me I wasn't happy or cheerful enough so I should come in early to do a line of "pixie dust" before work. I showed up early to be a smartass, walk into her office and found her and a server doing lines of cocaine off the counter. I transferred as soon as I could but it was the same stuff in all the other areas as well. Disney still holds the title of most exciting job I've had. Over those 6 years I was assaulted, groped, bribed, spit at, whored out, and drugged. It was my sex, drugs, rock and roll experience.

You can read the full list of Reddit stories here, but be warned that many of the stories are NSFW.

Via Distractify


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Real Laws That Are Absolutely Absurd

Bureaucracy is a nightmare and it's not uncommon for stupid laws to become enacted even when they aren't ever actually enforced -or even can't be enforced legally. TopTenz recenly rounded up ten absolutely absurd laws (most of which are in the US) and you won't believe some of them. For example, in Utah, patrons can't see someone make their drinks because poor children might somehow be corrupted by witnessing someone make a martini, but not watching someone drink it. In 13 states, athiests can't run for office -except, they can according to the Supreme Court so none of these laws are valid.

So check out the full list of ten laws you won't believe are real over on TopTenz.


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A Video Analysis Of Whether The Human Centipede Is Meaningless Or Meaningful

Fans praised The Human Centipede for its unique concept and fresh take on body horror, but the film's gimmick was too disgusting for many people to handle- and the next two films were even grosser.

So film analyst Georg Rockall-Schmidt couldn't help but wonder- did The Human Centipede trilogy actually have something to say, or were they made for pure shock value? (NSFW material)

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-Via GeekTyrant


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Bodybuilder Shot With Over 1000 Paintballs

Contrary to popular belief not all bodybuilders are macho meatheads, but those who fit the stereotype seem to think increasing muscle mass through intense exercise makes them invincible.

These beefcake brutes soon discover they're still human after all when they do something incredibly dangerous and dumb- like letting people shoot you with over 1000 paintballs.

But Houston Jones doesn't (just) do it all because he's a meathead- he does it for the thrills, and the subscribers.

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-Via IHeartRadio


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Incredible Examples Of Animal Camouflage

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Animals and insects have an amazing array of offensive and defensive tools at their disposal, and whether predator or prey they all try to maintain a low profile when they're hanging out in the wild.

The best tool to use when you want to remain unseen is natural camouflage, so you blend in with the plants and trees and coral reefs around you.

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Natural camouflage works so well it even hides creatures from our scrutinizing human stare, making it really hard to tell whether that's a tree bark colored owl or a chunk of tree bark pretending to be an owl.

See 13 Incredible Examples Of Animal Camouflage That Will Make You Look Twice here

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The Best Movie Posters From the Last 10 Years

A good movie poster will intrigue potential viewers by revealing just enough about the movie to draw someone in without giving away any spoilers. 

Of course, a good poster should also incorporate great artwork and this list of movie posters with the best artwork from the last decade is a great look at how drastically different artwork can be while still looking amazing and serving to attract people to go see a new film. 

Even if you don't like some of the movies, you can still enjoy the impressive design choices that went into making it. 

So check out the full list of 50 posters here.


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Why You Should Never Trust Photos You See On Social Media

Social media was designed to help us network with colleagues and stay in touch with our friends and relatives, but these days there's more snooping going on than staying in touch.

Former lovers, friends of friends, long lost relatives, potential employers and the people we meet while we're out and about are all potential snoopers, and they make us want to polish up every photo we post.

Which is where Photoshop masters like Chinese digital artist Kanahoooo, dubbed "Photoshop Holy", come in- they make people look pretty by request, transforming them into an ideal version suitable for exposure to the masses.

Kanahoooo knows a thing or two about digital deception, and she warns against believing every profile pic you see online-

"Don't believe the perfect thing you see online!" she says. "If you want to find out about somebody, then see them in real life."

See Photoshop Master Reveals Why You Should Never Trust Photos You See On Social Media here


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How The Pretentious Jerk At Your Local Record Store Got That Way

Records stores are one of those places where the "hep cats" and "cool kids" shop and therefore they look daunting to people who don't think they're cool enough to be around that crowd.

Then the music lovers and record collectors who muster up the nerve to walk into the store have to deal with the pretentious clerks who make the whole experience a pain.

Some of these clerks are using their knowledge of music to boost self esteem and help them cope with their social anxiety, but most record store clerks are jerks because the customers made them that way.

Christopher Bickel of Dangerous Minds worked at a record store for over a decade and kept a notebook under the counter the entire time he worked there- so he and the other employees could write down the dumb things customers say:

Customer: “Do y’all have any cuban music? Like Kenny Chesney or Jimmy Buffett but without the Kenny Chesney and the Jimmy Buffett.”

One of our employees is eating a bag of chips when a customer comes up and asks “whatcha eatin’? Rootbeer?”

Customer: “Do you have CDs for turntables?”

Customer: “Do you guys buy records? I have a Lou Rawls album that my wife looked up online. It sells for $800. You can sell it for me and take a cut.”

Customer: “Why are there only 12 songs on this CD?”
Clerk: “Uh, that’s just how many songs are on it.”
Customer: “So, there’s six songs per side?”

(phone call)
Customer: “Is this the record place?”
Clerk: “Yes.”
Customer: “Could you tell me how to get a record deal? I do rap.”

Customer: “Do you have any Van Morrison? I didn’t see any under ‘V’.”
Clerk: (politely) “Well, it would actually be under ‘M’.”

Customer: “NEVERMIND!” (customer storms out)

Read more from How Your Pretentious Local Record Store A--hole Got That Way here


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Robot & Scarecrow Fall In Love In This Touching Short Film

When people hear "artificial lifeform" they think of robots or androids, but technically any magically animated object could also be considered an artificial lifeform and would therefore have a lot in common with robo-sapiens.

But the odds of a factory built robot and a farm scarecrow ever meeting is a million to one, except for at outdoor music festivals apparently, where the two strange beings are free to be themselves.

Robot & Scarecrow from Factory Fifteen on Vimeo.

Robot & Scarecrow was written and directed by Kibwe Tavares for Factory Fifteen, and I must say they did a really good job of blending the 3D robot character in with the live action footage, it looks so real!

-Via Laughing Squid


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Cindy Crawford's First Modeling Shot, Taken In Her High School Boyfriend's Backyard

Cindy Crawford is one of the most famous and successful supermodels of all time, but beyond that she's one of those people who seems to hold the secret to immortality- because she doesn't seem to age.

And to make the matter of Cindy Crawford's unfading beauty even more unreal the photo above was taken when she was just 16 years old, and it was shot in her high school boyfriend's backyard.

Cindy revealed the story behind the shot from 1982 that launched her career in her book Becoming:

“When I was 16, Roger Legel, a local photographer in my small town of DeKalb, Illinois, asked to photograph me for the college newspaper. I agreed, and he shot this picture at the backyard pool of my high-school boyfriend. I was still a teenager and dreamed of becoming something big—a nuclear physicist or the first woman president, the two biggest jobs I could think of. Doing this first shoot changed my life.

“The photographer encouraged me to go to Chicago to try to find an agent. At the time, my dad thought modeling was a nice word for prostitution, so my parents were very protective of me. I went to Chicago, ended up signing with Elite, and from there started doing catalogue shoots as well as working with Victor Skrebneski—the most important photographer in Chicago. This one photograph opened my eyes to a whole new world and started me down the path of modeling.”

-Via Vintage Everyday


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Fox Saved From Fur Farm Gets A New Dog Friend To Keep Her Company

When animal lovers Polly Lushchynskaya and her husband Panya rescued Jay the fox from a fur farm they instantly knew they had a buddy for life- because Jay wouldn't leave their side.

Luckily Polly worked from home so she had lots of time to spend with the cute little girl, and Jay quickly adapted to life indoors with her humans.

But when Polly took an office job she feared Jay would be lonely at home alone, so they went out and found her a little canine friend around her same size and age named Saimon.

Now the two spend their days hiding their humans' stuff, helping keep the family cat "entertained", and when their mom gets home they show her what perfect angels they've been all day.

But what they don't know is their mom Polly has been recording the stuff they do and posting it to Jay's Instagram account @jay_red_fox, so we all know how bratty that little red fox and her doggy pal can be!

See more from Fox Saved From Fur Farm Gets New Buddy To Keep Her Company here

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The Alaskan Harbor Where Eagles Scavenge Like Seagulls

Most of the time when you see pictures of bald eagles, they look beautiful and majestic -like in the picture above. But over at Dutch Harbor, the bald eagles live like common seagulls, snagging food from residents' hands, picking out scraps from the trash and munching on the fish left on fishermen's boats.

In other words, they're anything but majestic symbols of patriotism in Dutch Harbor. You can see pictures of the scavenging eagles over on Wired.

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Wax Statues Of Celebrities That Will Haunt Your Nightmares

Wax statues are often so realistic looking you can hardly tell them apart from the person they're made to resemble, but it's hard for wax sculptors to reach this eerie-high level of hyperrealism.

So instead of trying to do the famous person's face justice some sculptors turn the whole thing into a horrific mess by using The Penguin as reference for Meryl Streep.

Sculptors of wax statues shaped like celebrities are also known for making odd choices about the details they include in each piece, which is how we end up with a sweaty J. Biebs statue nobody wants.  

And speaking of pop stars named Justin- get a load of this wax statue of Justin Timberlake, aka J. Tim. You can't say it doesn't not resemble him just a little bit, I mean the hair color's spot on!

See 14 Creepy Wax Statues Of Celebrities That'll Haunt Your Nightmares Forever here


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Nick Offerman Answers Woodworking Questions On Twitter Tech Support

Nick Offerman is a multi-talented guy who is equally good at growing a moustache, delivering a deadpan burn and playing a less jolly version of himself on TV, but when it comes to wood Nick's a master planer.

What I mean to say is Nick's a woodworker supreme, and he's even down to show raw recruits the ropes through his Offerman Wood Shop in East Los Angeles.

Nick has also likes to take to Twitter and answer tweets from twits who don't know the difference between a miter joint and that joint they just rolled using pages from their English book.

Here he is answering a bunch of questions on Wired's Twitter Tech Support:

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-Via Laughing Squid


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Fun Science Projects You Can Do With Your Kids This Summer

If you have school-aged kids, then they're almost certainly out for summer. While some parents let their kiddos do whatever they want during summer break, those looking to keep the younster's minds stimulated might want to head over to Instructables and check out these six summer science projects that are interesting, educational and fun. They can learn about magnetic slime, flower disections, robotics and more!

So if you have kids sitting around bored and forgetting everything they learned last year in school, don't miss this great list.

See more about baby and kids at NeatoBambino

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