When Chuck Norris is Chuck Norris, don't get in his way.
Scale buildings like a vacum-cleaning Spiderman with this suctioning backpack. The Personal Vacuum Assisted Climber was created by Utah State University's Ascending Aggies and was the winning device in the Air Force Research Laboratory Design Challenge. Not exactly stealth, but maybe after a few tweaks using their $100,000 prize money, the PVAC will be ready for covert ops before you know it.
Sourced and crafted in the U.S.A., the Leesa mattress is backed by both elite athletes and over 10,000 verified five-star customer reviews. You order online and then it's built, compressed, rolled, and shipped directly to your door. And just in case you aren't sure if you'll love it, Leesa will let you try the mattress in the comfort of your own home for 100 risk-free nights or visit a West Elm store near you to try before you buy.
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If it were socially acceptable, most of us would wear sweatpants everywhere. But that level of comfort is reserved for lounging around the house — until now. If you aren't familiar already, get to know the line of Dress Pant Sweatpants from Betabrand. Available in slim-leg, regular fit, and 5-pocket, each pair features flexible 4-way stretch fabric. They provide a look that's fit for the boardroom with a level of comfort typically reserved for the bedroom.
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Wellesley High School English teacher David McCullough Jr. blasts the graduation class of 2012 into reality with one of the most honest commencement speeches ever.