If a bride lets the DJ play Metallic at her wedding, she's cool. If she joins the band and bangs out "Master of Puppets" on the drums, she's a keeper. Does she have a sister?
Bert ditches Ernie and sits down with Andy Samberg to discuss Russian novels, flying through space, and socks. You know, the usual.
Designed for how you live, Thuma has created the perfect platform bed frame. They've taken minimalist, globally inspired designs and paired them with traditional Japanese joinery techniques that not only produce a sturdy, noise-free base but also reduces the need for hardware. The Bed is shipped free to your door and can be assembled in about five minutes without the need for tools or a team of people. It's also made using quality, eco-friendly materials with a timeless design that's made for a lifetime of use — perfect for your current home, and your next.
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We're not sure why anyone would willingly take a punch from Eight-Division World Champion boxer Manny Pacquiao, but Daniel Tosh took one like a champ.
Development of New Balance's 990 began in 1978, with the release following in 1982. In the years since the model has become synonymous with quality, fitting for a "spare no expense" shoe. Now in its fifth iteration, the 990v5 Made in USA Sneaker combines the same dependability with a modern silhouette and technology. It has a durable pigskin and mesh upper in an eye-catching marblehead black, brown, and white colorway, a blown rubber outsole, and Encap midsole technology that gives it just the right balance of stability and comfort.
Made originally to supply military base mess halls, this wall clock is now available to hang in your office, garage, or workshop. The clock is made with a sturdy, high impact Polycarbonate case and runs on highly accurate quartz movement with a silent sweep seconds hand that eliminates the noise most quartz clocks create. While the altimeter function is mock (non-functional), it does work well as a conversation starter. Available in white or black with mock (non-working) altimeter display, it's a perfect addition to your monochromatic workspace. Single AA battery included for use out of the box.
After a car crash in 2007 paralyzed him from the waist down, UC Berkeley senior Austin Whitney walked across the stage at his graduation with the help of an exoskeleton, built specifically for him by the college's own robotics and engineering team.