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The Gas Monkey Garage guys from Discovery Channel's series "Fast N' Loud" could be considered car finding and restoring experts. In a new two-part episode airing Monday April 21, the guys find what is considered the "holy grail" of car finds. They were able to track down the first and second Pontiac Firebirds ever made. At RTM we had a chance to Skype with the guys, but if you want to see the finished product and what $650,000 worth of cars looks like, you're going to have to tune in.
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Who didn't grow up with the dream of "catching 'em all"? Most of us anyway. We all fired up our Game Boys, striving to be a better Pokémon Master than our friends. Well now Google is giving YOU the chance to be the best Pokémaster in the world. It's no secret Google is all about the unique ways to find the best candidates for open positions at the famous Googleplex, but this is unheard of. They've teamed up with Pokémon and Nintendo to create a Pokémon experience in Google Maps. Your phone is your very own Pokéball. At least that's how it is for now, we'll see what happens after the first since Google is known for its annual April Fool's Day shenanigans. Watch the RTM reaction right here!
If you remember, Jenny Dodge lost her phone in New Orleans and a good Samaritan returned it, but not before documenting his journey first. Well, Edward Haik was that man behind the big find and hilarious videos. At RightThisMinute we had a chance to Skype with this cool guy.
Jenny Dodge lost her phone while walking around New Orleans, an emergency situation for all of us. The world probably came to an end for her. That is, until she used an app on a friend's phone to track it to a bar. She found it along with some hilarious videos of the good Samaritan's journey to return it. At RightThisMinute, we had a chance to Skype with the woman who now has her iPhone back. You can watch that cool guy explain those funny videos right here.
We've seen some really cool things shot on a GoPro. Well, Superman with a GoPro is number one in our books. It's simply amazing. This was created by the folks at Corridor Digital who are now seeking donations on their patreon page to see what they can do if they had an actual budget for their films. You can also see how they made this piece of awesomeness right here.
You've seen the epic Superman GoPro by the folks at Corridor Digital and you've seen the RTM reaction. Now you can find out exactly how they were able to put a GoPro on the Man of Steel.
The Oribi Gorge Swing at the top of Lehr's Waterfall in South Africa is the highest swing in the world. It stands at about 540 feet high or 55 stories. It's one exhilarating adventure. But, if you're not one for the adrenaline-pumping escapades, don't worry! This GoPro footage allows you to experience the whole thing, all from the safety of your keyboard!
IT'S TECH TIME! Well, it's not too techy this time, more tutorialish. NightHawkInLight shows us how to pick a lock using a hairpin. Useful information for those of us who want to become spies, or just happen to lose our keys...
Located inside the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota is a park, Minnehaha Falls. Once the cold months come around though, the falls freeze and get even more incredible. Minnehaha Falls truly becomes an icy wonderland. But, we haven't quite figured out if the falls themselves or just saying MINI-HA-HA is more fun.
When the temperature drops, Minnehaha Falls freezes over in Minneapolis, Minnesota, forming a spectacular scene. A park inside the city open to the public during summer and closed once frozen. But, that doesn't keep people from frolicking in this winter wonderland.
Discovery Channel's new show Rods N' Wheels isn't just another car restoration show. Because "Da Rod Shop" is a family business in Southern California that specializes in keeping these 50- to 90-year-old cars lookin' good and runnin' smooth. To catch it, tune in to the Discovery Channel January 27th.
These clips highlight what great discoveries can be made under the water of the ocean and lakes.
In our first clip, a group of divers explore the wreckage of the S.S. Thistlegorm in the Red Sea in Egypt. The ship sank in 1941 and was a British transportation ship that was carrying cars and motorcycles to another port when it went down. It has become a popular place to explore for tourists and this group was able to capture the action under the sea.
In video two, a father-son duo of fisherman in Canada got themselves quite the find under their local lake. A 43-inch lake trout was pulled from the water under the ice and is considered a near world record. What a catch! For the original video, click here. This video is courtesy of JukinVideo.