Continuing their foray into dressing superstar athletes like average folks and dumping them into the world to surprise unsuspecting members of society, Pepsi MAX disguises NASCAR veteran Jeff Gordon as a minivan-driving soccer dad to give a used car salesman the ride of his life.
In just 14 minutes, catch up on all of the battles and bitch slaps from HBO's Game of Thrones before season three begins March 31, 2013.
Onsen married functionality with minimalism to craft a lightweight bath towel that dries like its job depended on it. The key to this obsessively designed towel isn't what they added, but rather what they eliminated. Most towels go through a chemical bathing process so that they feel soft and fluffy, at least at first. Not Onsen. Instead of short-lived softness that washes away, Onsen relies on premium materials and traditional techniques to deliver a thirsty towel that only gets softer over time. Get the last towel you'll ever need.
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Discovered by Nobel Prize-winners, graphene is one of the most incredible materials known to man. Ten layers stacked on to each other are more bulletproof than steel, and Vollebak has acquired some of this revolutionary material and coated jackets with it for this experimental prototype. Each black Graphene jacket is part coat, part science experiment, and an opportunity to wear what could easily become the world's next super material.
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Lunar landlord Dennis Hope has been selling property on the moon since 1980. After filing a declaration of ownership with the United Nations, Hope has made roughly 5,740,000 individuals proud owners of their very own piece of outterspace. Although, claiming to own the moon might make him sound a little crazy, and claiming to be in contact with non-Earth based governments makes him sound even crazier, you should be a little envious that you didn't think of it first. Selling around 200 plots per day at $24 a piece, Hope might just be living the galactic dream.
Unable to look at the disappointment on his three-year-old daughter's face, one kick-ass dad stayed up all night to hack the Donkey Kong ROM so Paulette could be the lead character. After hours of redrawing frames and swapping palettes, daddy's little girl can happily play the heroine while Mario gets to do the distressing for a change.