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Batmobile Sells for $4.6 Million

The Batmobile used in the original campy 1960’s Batman TV series sold for $4.6 million at a collector car auction. This is Bruce Wayne money. Famed car customizer George Barris — also known for creating the Munster Koach and the Beverly Hillbillies’ car — was tasked with creating the Batmobile in 1966. With a tight…

Atlas Shrugged

You can be a modern day Atlas with the world over your shoulders.

The Controversial Wall Of Brainless Soldiers

The Controversial Wall Of Brainless Soldiers

Street artist Blu has upset a few people with his anti-war mural for the festival “Draw The Line” in Campobasso, Italy. The Controversial Wall Of Brainless Soldiers has caught the attention of the global social network. War is a touchy subject with many countries and the insinuation of brainless individuals in the army is seen as insulting to many with family in the service. War leaves scars for nations and Blu has tapped into a vein that still bleeds.

Cats That Talk

Cats That Talk, the bi-weekly webcomic on Tumblr is purr-fect. (source)

Illuminate Parkinson’s : A Travelling Gallery Show

[kickstarter url=http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1193179890/illuminate-parkinsons width=480] Terry Gilliam, Grant Morrison, Neil Gaiman and Kevin Smith are lending their time to help battle Parkinson’s. If somebody you know who suffers from the disease, please help out or just do the “Good Samaritan” thing. Join the Illuminate Parkinson’s : A Travelling Gallery Show and give your support by donating money…

What’s on the Menu: Online Menu Library

In a few years the menu as we know it will be a thing of the past. Tablets such as the iPad have become steady replacements as of late for the menu. The New York Public Library has an amazing menu collection online for all to examine. It’s an historical culinary examination of foods tastes…

Superman Renounces US Citizenship

A not so innocent 9 page story of many celebrating the 900th issue of Action Comics has the world talking. Tucked away as a filler has perhaps sparked a debate that even the world’s oldest superhero has lost his way in America. Superman once stood for “truth, justice and the American way,” he has enough…

365 Thank Yous: The Year a Simple Act of Daily Gratitude Changed My Life

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJGBujEmxKs&w=500&h=405] Sometimes life just bottoms out and you feel like you just lost about everything. When you get rid of all that clutter in your life, the simple things come forward and you can stash away the crap forever. The simple act of saying THANK YOU can take you a long way. John Kralik…

Walk Like an Egyptian and Support Freedom of Speech

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWP-AsG5DRk&w=500&h=405] If your city has an Egyptian march to support their families back home, I encourage you to walk like an Egyptian. If you can’t walk, copy and paste the song to spread the word. Let’s all walk with our Egyptian friends and get them back on Twitter and Facebook.

Burlesque Paraphernalia

If you have not heard of Catalog No.439, it’s a good chance you were not alive when it came out. In the 30’s DeMoulin Bros. & Co. created a catalog of practical joke devices and oddities. Seems folks back then had a good sense of humor. You could buy the reprint book for nostalgic reasons…

43 Million People Became Single on Facebook in 2010

Here is a staggering statistic, 43 million people changed their status as single on Facebook in 2010. Either Facebook is not really a sociable tool, or it’s an online square dance of changing partners. Has Facebook changed how we interact socially? (silly question) Maybe it’s making it too easy to exchange partners or be deceptive…

The Eco-Friendly Tote Bag as Art

A book dedicated to the tote bag? Your friendly neighborhood tote bag is a welcome site to the environment. No longer will the earth choke on the plastic bags we polluted all over our backyards. Jitesh Patel examines the tote bag and explores the many faces of the bag that is revolutionizing the way we…