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"LARPing" (Live Action Role Playing) has been around for a while, and even if you personally have never participated, you probably at least know what it is thanks to the movie "Role Models." Here however, the element of realism is a little more... real. Forget plastic or cardboard swords, these are legit! Well, blunted legit, anyway. Check out "The Battle of the Nations," an internationl Martial Arts competition that tests both a man's honor, and his skills in the lost art of sword fighting. Also see a Skype with one of the epic participants!
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It's not just Star Trek the Musical, it's Star Trek the Musical as performed by very talented middle schoolers, and it's awesome. Thanks Rhett and Link for conveniently having all of our problems solved (except poor red-shirted security guard's demise, of course).
If you're not one of them, chances are you, too hate internet trolls. They provide "hater" comments and point out any and every single one of your grammatical errors. But you know what? They may hide behind a clever and ironic user name but in today's Daily Huh? video by Comediva, we get to hear their side of the story.
The amount of time and effort put into this must have been off the charts. The folks at Bricktease recreated the opening scene of Casino Royale shot-for-shot using Legos. When looking at the side-by-side camparison, you can see how much detail they put into it.
Our favorite creepy-voiced character from the Lord of the Rings saga is back with another musical cover. This time James Walters tackles Jay Z and Alicia Keys' hit "Empire State of Mind" with a Middle Eart twist, of course. Sing it, "One hand in the air if you hate hobbits..."
Okay, this is something we've always wanted to try, these guys just beat us to it. These dudes grabbed their trusty longboards and a couple of fire extinguishers and began to cruise around a parking lot. Man, that looks like fun.
The age of smartphones, tablets, and computers have almost killed the art of calligraphy. Handwriting cards is slowly being phased out of society but one iPad app is determined to preserve the art. Felt gives you a series of templates to choose from and then, through the use of a stylus or your finger, you can write a message. The company will then physically mail that card for you.
Google Glass is a remarkable product. Through its camera, you can experience the incredible things that other people can do. This employee at Etsy showed off his unique and dangerous talent. Here we are juggling knives.
First, there was "May the fourth be with you." Then comes "the revenge of the sixth." These students at Brophy college prep school in Phoenix, Arizona, held one of the most epic — and surprisingly well fought, lightsaber duels we have ever seen.
Here's the brand new trailer for the JJ Abrams "Star Trek" that came out in 2009. Okay, maybe it's a little late, but at least it's honest! Forget the Hollywood hooks used to get bodies in the seats at the theatre, the guys at screenjunkies tease the true elements of the film, like the awkward chain of command, the strong similarities to the Star Wars franchise, and the weird face Chris Pine makes after getting punched in it. Starring Lens Flares, Tyler Perry's Tyler Perry, Old Spork, and more!
Audi pits the original "Spock" Leonard Nimoy against the new "Spock" Zachary Quinto in their quirky new commercial for the Audi S7. Watch the two men race to a location in their respective luxury cars. Who wins? You'll have to watch and see but whatever you do - don't ever underestimate the power of the Vulcan nerve grip. It'll get ya!
The future is indeed here. Scientists at Harvard University have successfully created a robotic insect. About the half the size of a paper clip, the winged robot could prove to be beneficial for search and rescue missions and even pollination efforts. Then, if you need helping waking up, try shredding some money.
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