A leisurely stroll down Yaffo Street in Jerusalem, in reverse.
TV zombies, big screen zombies, indie zombies. We'll take 'em however we can get 'em. Director Jeremy Gardner fulfills our need for the undead with low-budget zombies in his $6,000 apocalyptic buddy film. Expected for digital release June 2013.
We spend about a third of our life sleeping, so the mattress you sleep on every night is incredibly important. Make sure you get the right one by trying out a Casper. This USA-made mattress is made up of multiple layers of foam, including one for support and pressure relief, and one to make sure you don't get too hot. It's all wrapped up in a durable woven cover, and shipped right to your door in a box that's easy to maneuver into even the smallest abodes. You get 100 nights to try it out, can return it for free if you're not satisfied, but if you are (and you probably will be), you can upgrade even further by grabbing some of the company's soft Supima cotton sheets and dual-layer pillows.
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If you wear contact lenses, you know they're essential — and likely know the feeling of panic when you realize you're on your last pair and haven't reordered. With a subscription service and direct business model, Hubble delivers high-quality disposable lenses right to your door every month, so you don't have to remember when it's time to re-up. The lenses are made from a high-grade hydrogel material for all-day comfort, by an FDA-approved factory that's been making contacts for over two decades. The first box is free, the monthly charge is roughly half what you'd pay for competing dailies, and if you need a prescription, Hubble will even set you up with an optometrist for an eye exam before you place an order.
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With some pudding and a diaper, one dad pulls a shitty prank on his best friend.
Reckless wingsuiters Jokke Summer and Ludovic Woerth passed on their morning cup of coffee and instead, got their pre-dawn pick-me-up from a double shot of adrenaline. Just before the first flights took off in Rio de Janeiro, the high-flying duo jumped from two ultralight planes and narrowly navigated though the city's skyscrapers, all before 6 a.m.