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Battleaxe boomerang flies and return to owner1m58s

Battleaxe boomerang flies and return to owner

Many people think boomerangs are a myth or have only seen them return in movies and cartoons. Well Vic is here to crack the myth and show the world that boomerangs do in fact return. Not only do they return when made and thrown correctly, but there are also many different designs. They can have multiple wings, shapes and sizes. The limits seem to be endless and Vic has no plans to stop. The one used in this video is called the "warlock" and it perfectly returns every single time!

This Guy Found The Safest Way To Ride His Hoverboard17s

This Guy Found The Safest Way To Ride His Hoverboard

It was the work of fiction. A toy that only could be dreamed of - a skateboard without the wheels! We saw it in the Back To The Future movies - Marty McFly could skate halfway across a fountain with it. The kids from the 80’s dreamed of it and thought that at least by the time they reach 30 they will probably get one of their own. The date of the Delorean showed October 21, 2015, but it was two year before it that someone decided to heck with it and built a hoverboard for the masses. It didn’t exactly hover, more like balanced on two parallel wheels, but the public went nuts for it! Move away, Segway - the hoverboard is in town! It does, however, need some training in order to properly use it. Oh, so many fail videos grace the Internet nowadays of people getting on a hoverboard for the first time and falling head- or butt-first on the floor. Oh, the burn! If only there were a way for us to ride that thing without the fear of a busted nose. Someone thought of exactly the same thing and he found it! Apparently, if you've always wanted to ride a hoverboard but were afraid of falling off of it, you need to try it while wearing a Knockerball. Problem solved! Sure it looks helluva ridiculous and it probably feels like a glasshouse inside. But for the purpose of general safety, a Knockerball will have to do. It sure looks like a patent in the making.

Cruise Ship Gets Sliced In Half For Extreme Makeover3m07s

Cruise Ship Gets Sliced In Half For Extreme Makeover

In this video we will learn about the most extreme makeover that a cruise ship can go through. We will take a look at the Silver Spirit being cut in half, pulled apart and having a whole new mid-section added to create a bigger, longer and more glitzy ship! Come behind the scenes of an extreme cruise ship makeover like no other. Gary takes you on a journey as Silversea Cruises cuts the Silver Spirit cruise ship in half, pulls the ship part and inserts a new 49-foot mid-section. Come along to the Fincantieri shipyard in Palermo and see and hear about the process of this dramatic cruise ship makeover. See the ship undergo this drastic procedure and find out why Silversea are doing it. Being on the ship site is a magnificent sight, we see the Silver Spirit in the dry dock and along side it is an already made mid-section, 49 foot long, 10 decks high, that is going to be inserted into the middle of the ship. It is an incredibly fast process, too! The ship arrived in the dry dock about 5-6 days before what you are seeing here now. A process that we attended to see it was the last bit of cutting. Once it was cut, there was a series of little trolley devices underneath the front of the ship which then takes the full weight of the ship and begins to move slowly, pulling apart the ship. It takes almost a day to actually move the ship apart, because they have to do it really, really slowly. Once the pieces are far enough apart they then bring all these motorized tracks, bringing in the mid-section, which they slide into the middle of the ship! They push it back together and then they begin welding back the ship! How cool is that! The mid-section addition will bring 34 new passenger cabins, 20 new crew cabins, but it will also increase the number of restaurants from 6 to 8, completely renovating the spa and the pool! With the middle section the ship looks longer and slicker. So you may wonder why on earth, don’t they simply build a new ship? Because, the refurbishing process will cost only around $70 million! That might sound like a lot of money, but building a new ship can cost up to $500 million and above! So, it makes a huge difference, don’t you think?

Learn The Etiquette That Revolves Around Holding A Wine Glass39s

Learn The Etiquette That Revolves Around Holding A Wine Glass

When it comes to acting civilized around the dinner table, there are so many aspects that have to be covered in order to make the experience pleasurable for anyone. Sitting straight, not crossing your legs under the table, not placing your elbows on the table and definitely not slurping your liquids are but a few of the etiquette rules that make dinner an enjoyable experience. Out of all the rules that apply during dinner parties, a particular category seems to be pass ignored by folks, a that is the etiquette of holding your wine glass. Erin Henderson, a certified sommelier and wine educator, teaches this wine class how to hold their wine glasses properly. Many people, including actors on television, cup their wine glasses around the bowl. However, this actually warms the wine and changes the taste. Plus no one wants to see greasy fingerprints all over your glass! The proper way to hold a glass of wine is by the stem! The reason behind this is actually more about you, than those around you. Alcohol, which is the component we love most in wine, has a lower boiling point than water. If you hold your wine glass by the bowl, the heat of your palm warms up the wine, making the alcohol evaporate from the glass. Alcohol is the main carrier of all those fruity, musky, nutty notes that the winemaker intended you to experience from the beverage you purchased. So, if the wine you just bought tastes cheap, try holding the glass by the stem instead.

Published: March 9, 20181,308 plays$1.67 earned
This Dude Made A 22 Pound Creme Egg And Our Stomachs Are Growling1m02s

This Dude Made A 22 Pound Creme Egg And Our Stomachs Are Growling

They are a kid’s favorite treat during Easter. Sure, Peeps are cute and fluffy, but for the delicate palate of a true connoisseur, nothing beats a good Cadbury creme egg! YouTuber Peter Bamforth from Weybridge, UK took on an Easter challenge of his own by making a monster Cadbury creme egg in the comfort of his own kitchen. With an arsenal of 5 kilos (11 pounds) of milk chocolate and 4 kilos (8.8 pounds) of icing sugar, Peter slaved two whole days in the kitchen, leaving an equally monstrous mess, in order to create something probably never before seen on a video! He prepped two deep bowls with aluminum foil and spread that chocolate like his life depended on it! It made the egg all wrinkly and crackly on the outside, but who cares, when it is made out of CADBURY MILK CHOCOLATE! He made the icing for the inside of the egg and split it in three, dying one part a bright orange for the yolk. He fills both halves, makes room for the yolk and then merges both Eggzillas into one delicious, gargantuan creation! Wonder what it takes to crack it open? You don’t use a mallet - you use a saw! Check out that shell! There must be like half an inch of chocolate on there! It may not look like much, but we will just close our eyes, so that the palate does all the talking… He may be a huge fan of Cadbury, but he loves a good, hearty breakfast too! Check out how he preps the most important meal of the day.

This Huge Boomerang Requires A Monster To Throw It, And This Man Does It With Ease2m21s

This Huge Boomerang Requires A Monster To Throw It, And This Man Does It With Ease

A curious video has emerged of crafty Vic introducing his big flexible boomerang measuring over 5 feet across, with each of the wings being 4 feet, requires a monster throw to get it to fly and return, and Vic is going to try it! Brought to you by boomerangsbyVic Vic takes the first swing, and the boomerang sways in the air and almost returns to Vic, but falls to the ground! The second time he throws it, it ends up further away! The entire thing is filmed in slow motion in order to get a closer look at the wobble. There is one infamous strike, when one of the wings of the returning boomerang catches the camera a little bit, causing it to move to the side. Given the size of this enormous boomerang, we can only imagine what happens if the boomerang was to actually hit the man! Scary right! To conclude, the boomerang does come back, maybe not as nice as Vic would like, but it was worth the try! Of course, there is room for improvement! All boomerangs made by Vic from 'BoomerangsbyVic' are handcrafted with 10 ply 5mm finish birch. His hand-crafted returning boomerangs can be purchased online and make great gifts for someone you know that loves boomerangs. The boomerang is a tool made and used by the indigenous Australians for hunting. Typically constructed as a flat airfoil and when thrown is designed to spin about an axis that is perpendicular to the direction of its flight. You might not be able to purchase the chrome boomerang like the one Vic made, but you can certainly purchase one of his wooden creations, so feel free to check out his site and share this video with your friends!

Youngsters Pull Off Exquisite Traditional Irish Music Performance2m25s

Youngsters Pull Off Exquisite Traditional Irish Music Performance

The indigenous music of Ireland is called traditional Irish music and it is a diverse genre of folk music which has many regional variations. Traditional instruments used in Irish music include fiddle, bodhran, wooden flute, tin whistle, Uilleann pipes and the Irish harp. The four talented musicians from Galway in the West of Ireland play their fantastic version of 'MacArthur's Road' at the Barr An Chaladh Pub. The music they play does not demand many traditional Irish instruments just a guitar and three banjos. With these four stringed instruments, the lads make their performance a real pleasure for the ears. The music is a full body experience, the upbeat tempo compels you to shake your body and join in. And that is what this music is all about, joining in and having fun. The melody understands a bit of dancing too. We can see people clap along the beat and a young boy twirls and skips over what it seems a long wooden stick. You will find this music in nearly every village on the island, especially at weekends and usually in a pub. There is a huge emphasis on joining in with the locals. Every corner of Ireland has its own favorite dances. The jovial and fast-paced rhythm of the music reflects the atmosphere in the pub. Every corner of this bar is decorated in such a fashion that it embodies the spirit of the Irish culture and tradition. The band with these youngsters is a perfect and inevitable addition to the rustic setting.

Published: February 26, 2018374 views
Animal Shelter Adds Live Music To Their Enrichment Program2m29s

Animal Shelter Adds Live Music To Their Enrichment Program

Life at the animal shelter is certainly not the best. That is why so many no-kill shelters out there try really hard to provide their residents with the best possible stay they can manage. Some even try enrichment programs, like this shelter in North Carolina. But when this video came out on their Facebook page, no one could have predicted the warmth they will feel in their hearts by watching it. Chad Olds, an employee of the Vance County Animal Shelter in Henderson, has become an overnight star thanks to one very sweet performance he recently gave to the dogs. Acoustic guitar in hand, Chad walks through the kennel area, strumming his instrument and singing Alan Jackson’s 2006 song “Like Red on a Rose”. His audience is left captivated by his performance, so much so that every last frightened dog fell silent. “If we can get that exposure to the animals, they can get out of here, and that’s what we want,” Olds told local media. His boss at the shelter gave him the idea and it was a huge hit, obviously. “We tried it, and it was amazing. They stopped barking and listened.” Since Vance County Animal Shelter posted their video, it has garnered over 950,000 views and 11,000 likes, giving the attention these dogs need to get adopted. Chad says that was the whole idea in the first place. It shouldn’t be all too surprising that the dogs like the music. It just depends on their taste. For example, this pup likes the music from a music box. Who can blame him? CREDIT: Friends of Vance County Animal Shelter https://www.facebook.com/FriendsOfVanceCountyAnimalShelter/?hc_ref=ARQ7lbanBWP4qIfU9QmnxJsFbfyLhOM7bL54nos_r-sGwAJEfg3CkbjUidUPdOzY6hs&fref=nf

Homemade Remote Controlled Lamborghini Lawn Mower20s

Homemade Remote Controlled Lamborghini Lawn Mower

A video has emerged featuring a homemade remote controlled Lamborghini lawn mower working its magic across a green field. Check out this DIY "Lawn-borghini mower" that resembles a Lamborghini car with installed gas powered mower that works great! A lawn mower is a machine that uses one or more revolving blades to cut a grass surface to an even height. In this case it is an upgraded version of a lawn mower installed into a remote controlled Lamborghini car. It’s easy to make jokes about being lazy when talking about a robotic or remote-controlled lawn mower until you experience the heat on a hot summer day. Then, sitting on an air conditioned porch while driving your customized lawn mower around the yard seems like a great idea! This creative guy, freak for fast cars, decided to tele-operate his yard duties by building this really rather simple remote controlled lawn mower. It is basically the motor and cutting head mechanism from a cheap push mower with a new welded frame around it, to give it a Lamborghini look! How genius! In case you dig this, you can make the same lawn mower with a speed rotation regulating unit and a power bank following this guy’s example. You need to find a motor and a power supply unit first, and weld a Lamborghini frame from a remote controlled car. Voila! You have a personal lawn-borghini mower that is fun and functional at the same time! Have in mind that the height of the cut grass can be fixed by the design of the mower, but generally is adjustable by the operator, typically by a single master lever, or by a lever or nut and bolt on each of the machine’s wheels. The blades may be powered by muscle, with wheels mechanically connected to the cutting blades so that when the mower is pushed forward, the blades spin, or the machine may have a battery-powered or plug-in electric motor. Knowing all this, you can work your magic and create your own DIY customized lawn mower!

Published: January 30, 201817,112 plays$36.37 earned
This might be the world's biggest BBQ smoker!27s

This might be the world's biggest BBQ smoker!

Billy is a big man, and he has a big appetite. When he invites friends over for a BBQ and ribs, it's a big feast for a big group of friends. It's no surprise that Billy needed a big BBQ and smoker. But no matter where he looked, there just wasn't anything that could manage the job. Being skilled with a welder, he decided that he would create the ultimate BBQ smoker. The problem is that, even Billy couldn't lug such a monster around. He decided on a solution that was sheer brilliance. This BBQ had to be built as its own trailer. It even has logs for handles. You'll notice the huge barrel that can accommodate a side of beef or a side of pork. And while that's cooking away, grilling steaks on the BBQ grill to the left is no problem. It's wood or briquette fired and has four temperature gauges to help him control the heat. While cooking a side of beef in the main smoker, he can smoke a smaller chunk of pork or lamb in the rear smoker section. The food won't stop all day once the dinner bell rings. Billy hooks the BBQ up to his truck and hauls it to where he needs it. It's even registered with the Ministry of Transportation in Ontario as a vehicle. Billy had one more problem. He wanted to take this BBQ to his cottage that is only accessible by boat. To manage this, he built an arm that extends above the BBQ and over the center of gravity so he can hoist it up and onto his pontoon boat. He floats it down the lake and parks it on the shore where he entertains his guests. When this BBQ is fired up, every cottager on the lake knows it. The delicious smells can be picked up miles away. Billy's BBQ smoker is a marvel of engineering and ingenuity and attending one of his summer parties is a memorable experience.

Published: January 20, 2018345 plays$0.63 earned
1/11 social media flash challenge unites the entire cyber world42s

1/11 social media flash challenge unites the entire cyber world

Content creator Jordan Randomness has a special flash challenge for the entire cyber community on January 11th, at 1:11pm. Take a selfie or screen shot of your favorite time piece or smart phone lock screen and post it to #111@111 on your favorite social media outlets. Make this video GO VIRAL!

Frozen Alaskan river turns into human bowling lane!18s

Frozen Alaskan river turns into human bowling lane!

What do you do if you&r're a kid at a festival on the frozen Chena River in Alaska? You participate in Moose Turd Bowling, of course! What is this madness you say? It's one of the very unique ways Alaskans (and their kids) enjoy the winter months. There is a carnival-like atmosphere every year as these events are held in downtown Fairbanks, in the interior part of the state. Temperatures on this day dipped down to -20 and -30 below zero. That never stops hearty Alaskans from getting out and enjoying the fun. One of the favorites is Moose Turd Bowling. Alaskans have an odd relationship with our friends the moose, as well as their strange, pellet shaped turds left in piles around the state. And to celebrate that, an inner tube, a giant rubber band, and 10 inflatable plastic bowling-pin-sized turds (plus a little grownup help) are all you need for a little fun on the ice!

Carlos Santana Reunites With Homeless Former Band Member2m51s

Carlos Santana Reunites With Homeless Former Band Member

We all had friends back in school days that we shared most of the time with. Going to school together, going out in town or the night clubs, visiting the same places every day. But, as life goes on, we somehow lose our connections with them and end up without seeing them for years. It’s the moment of reconnecting with some of them that bring joy in our lives year after. In one moment we remember all the funny and interesting stuff we did back in the days. Some of us use people we know to find them or some sort of contact from them, while others use the social media to come to information about their old buddies. If you thought reconnecting with your old friends on the social media is awesome, here is a story for you to listen. Thanks to a Bay Area TV-news reporter, Stanley Roberts, the rock and roll legend Carlos Santana has reunited with Marcus “The Magnificent” Malone, who was once a percussionist in his band, but now is a homeless in Oakland, California. While Stanley was doing a story as part of KRON’s "People Behaving Badly" series about a spot in Oakland that has become a haven for illegal dumping, he found Malone rummaging around the trash and discovered that once he had been a member of the Santana Blues Band until he was incarcerated, right before the band’s 1969 debut album was released. After seeing this on the TV, Santana contacted the station to help him find Malone. The moment the two of them saw each other, they embraced, and Santana spoke about how gracious Malone’s family was to the band in the early days. Santana has since offered his assistance in turning Malone’s life around. Fate has its weird turns, so this encounter coincided with Santana reuniting the original band members for a new project, which meant including Malone as well.

Santa gathers up teddy bears for orphans with Zamboni 2m05s

Santa gathers up teddy bears for orphans with Zamboni

The Vancouver Giants hockey club of the Western Hockey League holds it's annual "teddy bear toss" in part with the CKNW Orphans Fund. When the Giants score the first goal of the game, the fans toss their teddy bears/stuffed animals over the boards in celebration of the season to assist those children that may not receive gifts at Christmas. What a great cause!