The folks at Bad Lip Reading are here to try to make you smile again for the first time since November 7th. Using clips from the recent Inauguration, they finally make our current President Donald Trump amusing by adding their signature gibberish over his otherwise outrageous statements. But it doesn't stop there. Everyone in attendance was fair game, including Barack and Michelle Obama, former President George Bush, and Hillary Clinton.
Deep in the forest, beneath rusting corrugated metal and wedged in between two trees, a 1955 Volkswagen Transporter lay sleeping. Found by chance in its resting place deep in a valley of the French Alps, this lucky VW was rescued, restored on site, and then driven down the mountain by its new owners.
One very lucky person got a great secret Santa gift this year — a Nerf rifle customized by none other than prop master and DIY wizard Adam Savage. Starting with Nerf's Long Strike rifle, Adam broke it down, gave it a weathered paint job, and replaced the mechanicals for an extended range and more powerful shot. Imgur user Andy Johnson was the recipient of this one-off Savage masterpiece, and lost no time putting it to good use.
This Halloween, Stranger Things is picking things up a year after Will's return, and there's no lack of 80s nostalgia. This 30 second teaser doesn't reveal much, other than Eleven will return and The Upside Down isn't quite done with Hawkins, Indiana. The second season will be ready for streaming October 31, 2017 on Netflix.
Jason Momoa keeps his savage Game of Thrones persona as the Khal of Canada for a new Netflix series. Set in the 1700s, it centers around the North American fur trade, namely the Hudson's Bay Company. Momoa portrays Declan Harp, a part-Irish, part-native American outlaw working to take down the company's monopoly on the trade with a lot of blood and death. Sound familiar? Already renewed for a second season, Frontier will be ready for streaming January 20, 2017.
Dead tired, soaked to the bone, full of doubt and on the endless campaign trail. Former President Barack Obama stepped into a small room with a small crowd of about 20 twenty people in Greenwood, South Carolina, with a sense of dread. And then, in the back of the room, a woman began to chant: "Fired up! Ready to go!" 12 artists came together to animate a part of a speech by Mr. Obama describing how these words put the hope back in his historic run for the Presidency.
When it comes to a Scotch on the rocks, the ice is just as important as the whiskey. That's why the Ice Baller Double has teamed up with The Macallan to create the perfect accompaniment to your drink. Unlike most ice molds that deliver cloudy and imperfect ice, this one uses directional freezing to remove all air bubbles and impurities for crystal-clear spheres. The device also ensures you the ideal size and shape, creating slow-melting ice balls that'll keep your drink colder longer, without watering it down. The special edition is available for a limited time in a sleek matte black package.
Presented by Wintersmiths.
Daughters are the apple of every dad's eyes, so why shouldn't they want the best for them. In this big game spot, Audi makes a big statement as one father contemplates the equality in his little girl's future as she fearlessly conquers a downhill race.
Great photographs can take a lot of fancy and expensive equipment. Or an assortment of things that are probably already in your pocket. Photographer Peter McKinnon runs though eight camera hacks that will save you when you're on location and forgot your hood or are in need of a light flare, all under 90 seconds.
Hugh Jackman's last turn as Wolverine finds the mutant older, grayer, and a little frayed around the edges after a lifetime of continual world-saving. Logan is laying low, caring for a dying Professor X when a young mutant appears with powers very similar to Logan's own. There's only one small problem: the young girl is being pursued in an attempt to capture the last of the mutants. Logan arrives in theaters March 3, 2017.
On January 20th, 2017, eight of the most historic years in American politics will come to an end. President Barack Obama will step down from the Presidency after two terms as the first African American President. But that's only part of his story. Citizens share their proudest moments during President Obama's two terms in this retrospective montage from the White House.
After eight years in the White House, Barack Obama is wasting no time taking advantage of retirement. The 44th president was't allowed to partake in water sports of any kind during his two terms, so his post-presidency order was head to the British Virgin Islands. After two days of practice on Richard Branson's private island, he took on the Virgin founder in a kitesurfing contest, and obviously dominated.
Amazon Dash Buttons have been making our lives easier by restocking our paper towels and laundry detergent at a moments notice. Now, those handy buttons can do more than just order your pantry essentials. Using the company's customizable IoT Button, programmer Nathan Pryor linked one up to directly donate money to the American Civil Liberties Union. Stick it on your desk or laptop, and every time you see our current president's latest terrible tweet, you can ease your tension by pressing the button and sending five dollars to support the ACLU.
The PBS carpentry classic This Old House and Nick Offerman go together like two sides of a dovetail joint. So it's only fitting that host Kevin O'Connor made the trip out to Los Angeles to visit Nick in his monument to woodworking. Nick takes Kevin on a tour of the grounds, and peppers the conversation with enough kiln-dried carpenter humor to fill an HBO special.
From his tv show to his stand-up specials, Louis C.K. has become the undisputed king of comedy. He has turned joke-telling into an art form. The way he carefully structures and rhythmically relays a story is a thing of beauty. Using one of the bits from his Live at the Beacon Theater show, Nerdwriter breaks down the mastery behind his jokes to reveal what makes Louis C.K. so damn funny.
If you thought motorcycles would be the last bastion of vehicles that required human operators, you thought wrong. Honda unveiled its Riding Assist at the 2017 CES show. Ride Assist enables the bike to keep upright at a standstill, with or without a rider. Honda also showcased its ability to operate autonomously at low speeds, as it followed an engineer outside of the test facility.
What started as a stunt to get the Foo Fighters to play a concert in Cesena, Italy, has become the biggest band in the world. 1,000 musicians — singers, guitar players, bassists, drummers — got back together in July of 2016 for a concert of their own. Here is this gigantic rock band playing Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit".
Nothing pairs with the elegance of black truffles like the crude mouth of Action Bronson. With a little under $2,000-worth of truffles, the rapper/chef and host Seth Meyers get loose while testing out a recipe from Bronson's upcoming F*ck, That's Delicious cookbook.
Since 1970, the Range Rover has presided at the top of the Land Rover lineup. First conceived as a slightly more road-friendly, yet still off-road capable, compliment to the utilitarian Land Rover, the Range Rover is now in its fourth generation. This retrospective looks at how the model has evolved, from the 1969 concept to the state-of-the-art vehicles of today.
Dreamt up by the creator of the 4chan community The Pablo Collective, this four-song experimental album takes Kanye West's The Life of Pablo to an even darker place. Each of the songs are about 20 minutes long and consist of a mix of samples, interviews, and the artisit's notorious on-stage rants for a track list that includes "Ultralight Wall", "Washed Up", "Father Stretch My Hands Pt.3", and "Fade Pt.2". With contributions from a variety of artists, the entire project can be streamed on Bandcamp.
Richard Arvin Overton is 110 years old, still walks, still drives, and enjoys a cigar — but never inhales. He pays cash for whatever he buys, lives in the house he built in 1945, and hasn't bought a new car since the 70s. Of a morning, Richard has about four cups of coffee and maybe a sip of whiskey. He calls it the Overton diet. Richard is the oldest living veteran in America, having served in the South Pacific from 1942 to 1945. Filmmakers Matt Copper and Rocky Conly sat down with Richard to talk about longevity, what keeps him going, and his military service.