Anyone living in a house with more people than TVs has run into the problem at least once (or if you grew up in my family, pretty much every night): People want to watch different shows at the same time. A startup called ScreenzTV is trying to fix family fighting by offering a box that lets you split your TV into multiple screens all playing something different at the same time.
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I'm not saying you shouldn't rock an Attack on Titan mobile phone case in the shape of the 3D Manoeuvring Device's controller from the show. By all means, let your otaku flag fly. All I'm saying is don't pull this thing out on the train if you don't want get arrested and/or shot. Because it looks exactly like an IED detonator.
It's estimated that one in eight people worldwide live in so-called slums, which, in some cities, makes visiting these informally maintained neighbourhoods unavoidable. Although controversial, the practice of "slum tourism" has become a popular way for tourists to engage with poverty on a personal level. But why go visit an actual slum when you can simply stay at a luxury resort that looks like a slum?
Hannah Sabata, a girl who's only 19 years old, did something a lot of teenage girls do: post a video to YouTube in which they talk to the camera. But unlike most 19-year-olds, Sabata bragged about stealing a car and robbing a bank, even flashing the cash to prove it. She, um, got arrested because of that video.
Here's a friendly reminder for everyone who wants to leave work early: don't ever set fire to your workplace. Especially if you work on a million nuclear submarine. Especially if you'll cause $US400 million in damage. And especially if you just want to leave early because of a silly text message argument with your ex-girlfriend. It's completely dumb and you could possibly end up in jail for life like the idiot guy who did just that might.
You're free to ink whatever permanent monstrosity you want on your body, but when it comes to technology tattoos, be careful! Some tech tats have expiration dates. All technologies will eventually be replaced, but some will be remembered more fondly than others — and some won't be remembered at all.
Michael Harper, 36, was in the middle of robbing a power substation when he decided, hey, why not urinate on the power transformer. The transformer exploded, Harper caught on fire, and 2000 people lost power. Dunce.
Bungee jumping is already the scariest thing in the world, so how does one make it EVEN SCARIER? By going the homemade, DIY route. These guys just tied a few knots, used a few carabiners and then just jumped off a freaking bridge. That's it. Watch it, you'll be stunned at how flimsy the entire set up looks.
Amateur science is a wonderful thing, but it's got to be kept in check, people. Building your own space balloon or cataloguing the local wildlife? Great! Taking a dump in your basement and trying to turn it into gold by heating it until it catches fire? Um.
Hacking someone's bank account isn't easy, even if they have a shitty password taped to the dashboard of their car or something. But the payoff's totally worth it: With the loot, you can afford things like extravagant fetish porn that costs a penny.
Two wrongs don't make a right. I think I learned that as a four-year-old. Apparently, HP and Condé Nast skipped out on that life lesson because they're combining two dying things — print media and printers — to create the unholiest of unions: your HP printer at home will print out Condé Nast magazines for you to read.