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Day February 2, 2005

Millenium Falcon X-Box Mod



(via Boing Boing)

How To Do Napkin Foldings


Step by step instructions with diagrams on how to do some fancy napkin folding. I tried a few and it is actually a bit difficult although I am trying it out on a Dunkin Donuts napkin.

Haunted Portraits


The portraits change depending on your perspective. For example, if you stand still, they do not change at all. But when you walk past them, either left to right or right to left, you will see them transform into hideous creatures of the night or macabre apparitions! It is a truly amazing effect which must be seen in person to be truly appreciated
(or un-appreciated if you weren’t expecting it!) No batteries, electricity, or special lighting is required.

Superbowl Results: Pats Win 26-21


A prediction by Madden 2005.

Constructing The Perfect Turban


This may be illegal in some states.

One time I went to Reading, Pennsylvania with my brother Tim and my friends Pat and Dan. We had a good time, but it was time to head back to Harrisburg. We had been drinking profusely, but somebody wanted a Pepsi. So we stopped at a 7-11 to get a Pepsi. The Pepsi drinkers went to the machine outside. My brother and I went inside and there was a nice fellow inside wearing a turban. I remember being fascinated by this turban. So, I said “What exactly is that, anyway? Is that like, one piece, and you just put it on your head? Or do you wrap it around your head? Or what?” The nice gentleman offered to show us, step by step, how to properly construct a turban.

All Government Press Releases

In one site!

(via CoolGov)

History of Japanese Corporation Names


Ever wondered what “Mitsubishi” means when written out in Japanese? Or maybe you’ve pondered over exactly how “Sanyo” came to be known as Sanyo*. What does the “shiba” in “Toshiba” mean? In this article, we dive deep into the corporate names of seven of the world’s most well-known electronics companies:
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