Who knew the cello could be so cool? About 3 years ago, 16-year-old cellist Nathan Chan and 15-year-old violinist Michael Province recorded this amazingly nerdy rendition of the Beatles’ classic “Let It Be”. As we cellists say, “Cello: The Best Vibrations between Your Legs”…Seriously, I was blown away, these kids are amazing.
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Probably one of the best movies ever, aside from Scarface… This page from Coppola’s Godfather notebook is an amazing glimpse into the intensity Francis Ford Coppola once brought to his films. “Hit hard and bloody!!” [Cheers ruinawish]
1. Chesterfield Cigarettes: Good for Your Throat Medical specialists were probably thrilled to learn that Chesterfield would be pairing their endorsement with an announcement of the “first and only” super-sized cigarette. Because if smokers of regular Chesterfields show no adverse effects, smokers of king-size probably develop super powers. 2. Pepsi Makes You Thin and Beautiful
Although I am not very good at it, I’ve been known to partake in a battle or two at local Hip Hop clubs back in the day. I can tell you that I never had a table that looked this polished, the one I used was held together with duct tape. The Hoerboard Scomber Mix
A slight throwback to the 80’s, these ‘old school’ arcade games look as if they may have come out of Captain Kirk’s personal game room rather than an arcade room of the day. Much more polished and refined than Frogger or Joust, they definitely lack the sex appeal of Mrs. Pac-Man. Australian company, Arcade Tables
Trust me, if there is anyone who knows how to warm up a home during the freezing cold winter months, its Canadian lumberjacks. Not contents with just a regular looking woodstove, these Bullerjan furnaces (free flowing) took a slice from a V8 engine, allowing the pipes underneath to draw in the cold air, heat up
It’s called Mokume-Gane (translates as wood-grain), a Japanese tradition that incorporates mixed-metal laminate with distinctive layered patterns. First started in the 17th century for use with sword fittings, it is now being used as a cell phone fame. The frame includes a mix of nickel silver, copper and brass, which is “stacked and wrapped in