Video: Some artists work with paint, others use clay, while some chip away at chunks of marble. Shinri Tezuka prefers the medium of sweets, turning melted sugar into stunning crystal-like creations through the Japanese art of amezaiku. As Great Big Story reveals, each creation is a race against time, as Shinri only has about five minutes to turn the softened sweet into horses, goldfish, even pandas, before it becomes rock hard again. They're created to actually be eaten, but what kind of monster do you have to be to suck on one of these masterpieces?
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A truck merges in front of me - definitely closer than the three-car gap I had programmed. My car responds by braking somewhat suddenly. A horn beeps from behind. A small hatchback is riding the rear. It changes lanes, speeds past and continues to weave in between the other vehicles that are going about their business. The automatic breaking wouldn't be a problem if the driver behind me wasn't driving so close. I swallowed the Wollongong-shaped urge in my gut to flip him off, and instead reflect on the scenario. See, I'm about 4 hours into testing Autopilot on a brand new Tesla Model S. And what just happened on the Pacific Highway at 11pm was the problem with the entire system. People are dickheads.