How do you make death and autonomous driving systems humorous? Well filmmaking duo Daniel Titz and Dorian Lebherz have done just that. From the same agency that brought you Johnny Walker's amazing 2015 ad "Dear Brother", comes a commercial that rivals its predecessor. Although its a bit more morbid than their previous work, this ad for Volvo swaps out the gut-wrenching tears for a bit of dark humor.
Between their sideline shenanigans and post-game interview bombs, the NBA doesn't take itself too seriously. That's why they have some of the best bloopers in sports. So take the next 16 minutes and enjoy all of the blunders that happened during 2016.
It's time to upgrade your living room with a new sofa. Burrow makes clever, uncompromising furniture for modern life at home. Their sofa is packed full of innovative features and thoughtful touches like a built-in USB charger, reversible cushions, and of course, their patent pending modular design that makes it easy to move, change, or add to. Shipping is free, and there's a 30-day risk-free trial so you can be get used to a sofa that's made for the way you actually live.
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Born in the Hawaiian waters, Aulta makes high-quality timepieces that won't break the bank. The Kainoa is the latest watch in their growing collection and their most ambitious to date. It's versatile enough for your business casual attire but really thrives with a pair of trunks and surfboard thanks to the 44mm stainless steel case's gasket sealed screw down crown, superluminova hand fill and dial markings, and 100 meters of water resistance. Each watch is powered by rock solid Japanese Miyota chronograph movement and finished with a black ballistic nylon strap.
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In the late 90s and early 2000s, a new form of martial art began to develop. Known as tricking, it combines moves from capoeira, gymnastics, taekwondo, and wushu into a whole new form that looks like the action sequences from The Matrix — except it's real. Ingun Yoo is one of the best trickers in the world, and demonstrates the unbelievable moves of the sport.
Rogue One isn't even out of theaters yet. But if you're a good Star Wars fan, you've already seen it a few or few hundred times, so this shouldn't ruin anything. But those of you who haven't, you've been warned. Anyway, animator John Stratman made an arcade-style recreation of the final scene from the film in glorious 16-bits.