It looks delicious. Here is the recipe.
What is the Ear Cone?
The OTOSAN cone is a natural method for practically looking after ear hygiene by yourself and without risk. This preventive hygienic practice gives a feeling of well-being and relief from the problem from the very first application.
Yes, sticking a flaming piece of paper in my ear seems entirely without risk to me.
(via Random Abstract)
I use Firefox about 90% of the time. I didn’t know about most of these shortcut keys however. Very helpful.
This seems like a weird world record to want to try to break.
Using two Diesel outline locomotives, one a gas powered hydraulic GP38, the other a battery powered electric GP60, an attempt was made to break the distance traveled in 24 hours by a ride-able scale locomotive. The current record, authenticated by the “Guinness Book of Records” is 168 miles, set in England in 1994.
(via Boing Boing)
This list was pretty funny. Here is an example.
#5 Steven Tyler – If you’re reading this column, it probably means you hate Aerosmith. How do I come to that conclusion? Because if you’re reading this column, it means that you’re the kind of person who is prone to reading things. Steven Tyler, of course, is the bass-faced lead singer of that abominable musical puppy-farm. To put things into perspective, Aerosmith released their first album only shortly after The Who and Led Zeppelin peaked. Now, one hundred and forty five years later, they’re one of the only “Classic Rock” acts that are still regularly putting out records that people buy. Why? Because people don’t know their asses from their elbows.
(via Bifurcated Rivets)