Powered by the wings of athletes such as golfer Rickie Fowler, trials cyclist Danny MacAskill, and Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones, Red Bull tries to one up their Human-Powered Rube Goldberg Machine by mixing together complex machinery and world-class competitors.
For those of us who weren't in the Netherlands for the first Sunday in September, here's an hour-long look at the stunning visuals from this year's Bloemencorso Flower Parade. The 76-year-old Dutch tradition is a feast for the eyes, featuring an array of elaborate sculptures made from thousands of dahlias that tower through the streets of Zundert.
It's time to make your underwear a priority and stop reaching for those worn out boxers that are uncomfortable and annoying. Tommy John Second Skin can give your underwear drawer the update it needs by trading in traditional cotton for an incredibly soft modal fabric made from natural beechwood fibers. It provides a 360-degree stretch which means it won't ride or bunch up and will almost feel like you're wearing nothing at all. A contour pouch provides comfortable support where you need it most without bunching or pinching, and the horizontal Quick Draw Fly makes a trip to the bathroom faster than normal. Available in several styles, and sold individually or in sets.
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Think all mattresses-in-a-box are made from foam alone? Think again. The Sapira Mattress was created by the experts at Leesa to provide an innovative alternative to bulky traditional mattresses and collapsible all-foam affairs. It combines an advanced pocket spring system with layers of high-performance memory foams, the latter providing the same cooling and pressure-relieving properties that make the Leesa so good, and the former providing the bounce and support people crave. And just like the Leesa, it ships right to your door in a convenient box, giving you a luxurious night's rest at an affordable price.
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MTV's Head of Programming Michael Destiny (or sketch comedian Brian Firenzi) gets brutally honest when answering the age-old question, "Why doesn't MTV play music videos anymore?" Now, go lick your wounds and watch Snookie get drunk and trip over her little meatball feet. It'll make you feel superior.