• RSVLTS Live from San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival

    Situated in lovely Golden State Park in San Francisco Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival is quickly becoming America’s premiere music festival. That’s because it is more than just a music festival. It is also a showcase of northern California’s top food vendors and wine producers. S So let’s recap, not only do you get to see artists like Kanye, The Killers, Macklemore and others but you get to stuff your face with fresh food and ripe wine while doing so? Where do we sign up? We’re going to be at the festival with an all access pass so make sure you follow along with our live feeds.

  • Power Ranking The 14 Hottest Carl’s Jr Girls

    Carls Jr. has an amazing ability for locking down the most beautiful women in the world to star in their commercials. Yeah, It’s a fast food company, so no way do any of these girls ever come close to eating Carl’s Jr., but they still get it done, which is impressive.  Here we countdown the most beautiful women to star in Carl’s Jr. commercials and the list reads like an all-star team of hotness.

  • 50 Animals Taking Perfect Selfies [Photos]

    Being narcissistic humans, we like to believe that our self-centered nature is a trait unique to our species and, more than intelligence or language, is what elevates man above beast. But a recent lawsuit involving wildlife photographer David Slater and a black macaque who stole his camera to take the most talked about selfie since the Oscars has shown us that animals are just as vapid as the rest of us. So while most of the world is eagerly waiting to find out if Slater or the wild monkey owns the rights to the photo, we decided to look for other animals with the photographic savvy of a duck-faced teenager.

  • The Chrissy Teigen Esquire Photos Everyone Will Be Talking About Revealed

    From TV hosting gigs to a rabid Twitter following, entertainment golden girl Chrissy Teigen is flat out crushing life. She even threw a perfect strike at Dodgers game while drunk, take that 50 Cent. Crap I'm pretty drunk — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 5, 2014 To top it all off Teigen is featured in a smokin’ new photoshoot for Esquire’s September 2014 issue. Once you’re done viewing the pictures we recommend you enjoy “The 75 Greatest GIFS of Chrissy Teigen’s Career” because it is a must see.

  • These OG Life Hacks Were The Difference Between Life and Death… And Made By a Cigarette Company

    Life Hacks have been around for generations, but before they were called life hacks, I’m sure they were just called “Tips to Avoid Death”. Around 100 years ago Gallaher’s brand cigarettes would insert cards with helpful tips illustrated on them in every pack. So essentially Gallaher would put these life saving tips on every pack of cigarettes, while slowly killing you from the inside. Isn’t it ironic. Don’t you think? 1. How To Extract A Splinter “Fill a wide mouthed bottle with hot water nearly to the brim, and press affected part of hand tightly against mouth of bottle. The suction will pull down the flesh, and steam will soon draw out the splinter.” 2. How To Fell A Tree “Have decided which side you wish the tree to fall, cut alternatively a downward and inward cut as shown. When about half through, proceed to cut the other side a few inches higher, and finally pull tree down by means of ropes.”   3. Keeping Plants Watered While Away “Fill a large pail with water, and stand it a little above the level of the plants and group round or near as many plants as practical. Loosely plait two or more »

  • The Most Vicious Knockouts of Mike Tyson’s Career [Super Cut Compilation]

    It is being reported that Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx has agreed to portray Mike Tyson in an upcoming biopic that is written by Hollywood bad-ass Terence Winter. The same Terence Winter whose screenplay credits include “The Wolf of Wall Street” and episodes of “The Sopranos” and “Boardwalk Empire.” But Jamie Foxx is 46-years-old you say? Don’t worry, CGI animation technology has evolved so much that the face of Foxx will be manipulated for scenes when Tyson was a younger man. There is no way a paring of Terence Winter and the fascinating story of Mike Tyson couldn’t be good so enjoy the following super cut compilation to show how vicious Mike Tyson really was in his prime.

  • An Art Gallery Dedicated to Bill Murray is Popping Up in San Francisco [26 Photos]

    On August 8th, San Francisco’s Public Works gallery will host a unique showing called The Murray Affair on August 8 ($12), a one-day art show that will feature as many as 200 original portraits of Bill Murray. Each portrait submitted by non-commissioned artists and organized by Ezra Croft, who’s done similar shows like this in the past, such as a celebration of Nic Cage.


    As we demand more and more “reality” shows and 24-hour news cycles, television is providing us with more shocking moments than ever. From natural disasters to acts of violence to “did they really say that?”—all manner of shocking moments are covered in this top 50 list. See which ones you remember and be even more shocked at how many you forgot in this age of nonstop information digestion. 

  • Ranking The Most Powerful Militaries on Earth Based Off Their Firepower [Infographic]

    There’s only one true way to compare military strength, and thankfully we haven’t had the opportunity to compare powerful countries in recent decades  — though with a powder keg in the South China Sea, standoffs in Ukraine, and proxy wars throughout the Middle East, we are alarmingly close. For a simpler evaluation of military power, we turn to the Global Firepower Index, a ranking of 106 nations based on more than 50 factors including overall military budget, available manpower, and the amount of equipment each country has in its respective arsenal, as well as access to resources.

  • 20 GIFS That Perfectly Describe 6AM For a Non-Morning Person

    Some people just weren’t built for the morning. No matter how hard they try. Every morning is the same struggle. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday…doesn’t matter… But some people aren’t like this. They want to get up and like… Go for a run or something. For everyone not on crazy pills, this is what 6am is like for a non-morning person. 1. Be asleep. Hear something that sounds suspiciously like your alarm Somewhere in the depths your half-conscious brain a voice feebly cries, “no…” 2. Sit up slowly, as if you’ve never been so rudely awoken before in your life Everything is awful. 3. Make it stop. Or as some people like to say “hit snooze” 4. Snuggle back into bed, search for the exact position you were just in Just like…five more minutes… 5. There’s that alarm again. Hit snooze. Miss snooze. Hit radio by mistake. Nonononononopleasestopno 6.  Nod off. Five…five more minutes… 7. Glance at the clock. Twenty minutes have passed. ?! 8. Frantically brush teeth and shower. Come dangerously close to using shaving cream as tooth paste. 9. Put your clothes on. Comb your hair. Luckily that slightly disheveled look is still “in” 10. COFFEE. Ugh. Sweet caffeine. 11. Food. No time to pick out and more »

  • That Time We Drove An All Electric Harley-Davidson Through The Streets Of Manhattan… [Photos]

    A few weeks back Harley-Davidson stormed into NYC with their new Project LiveWire bike we’ve been telling you so much about. Since we’re such huge fans of the brand we got the opportunity to be one of the first in America to actually test drive the bike on the streets of Manhattan. Our lasting impression, beyond the fact that it rides similarly to a traditional Harley-Davidson minus the growl, is the fact that it has effortless, white-knuckle pick me up that will take you from stoplight to cruising in a matter of seconds. A very impressive trait you won’t find in any other all-electric, street-legal vehicles on the road today. If you have interest in Harley-Davidson we certainly encourage you to visit projectlivewire.com to follow the Project LiveWire tour and learn more about testing the bike at your local stop. We’re working on getting pictures of our test drive around Manhattan and the event, where we sipped cocktails and mingled with Harley-Davidson executives, so keep following us on @RSVLTS for more.

  • Visualizing The Startling Difference Between Your Salary And Top MLB Players

    Have you ever wondered how much money you make compared to a Major League Baseball player? I’ve always heard big salary numbers thrown around, but visualizing it really puts it into perspective. The interactive visualization below can be used to compare your salary and the average US worker’s salary to any MLB player across several different statistics from the 2013 season. For example, if a player made $2,000,000 and hit 10 home runs last season, this equates to being paid $200,000 per home run.

  • A Car-Juggling Robot Is The Future Of Entertainment

    Did you ever go to a monster truck show as a kid and see those transformer-type cars that would destroy the other vehicles? Sure, it was incredible back then, but these days with the Playstations and Interwebs, the kids just aren’t interested in our dated ways of car disposal entertainment. What will win the young ‘uns over? How about a 70-foot-tall robot that will juggle cars? Okay. Former NASA engineer and inventor Dan Granett is currently raising $2.3 million for his BugJuggler. Powered by a diesel engine, the robot would be controlled by an operator using a haptic interface wherein the operator’s arm movements would control how the BugJuggler moved. Granett is hoping the project will attract corporate sponsors like Red Bull who will hold huge events with the robot. We hope so, too. Learn all about the robot in the video below then keep up with the project at BugJuggler.

  • What Her Drink of Choice Says About Her: Women Who Drink Whiskey Have More Fun

    Ever wondered why your ex who drank whiskey loves to party while your vodka-sipping female friend prefers to giggle with other women in the corner when she goes out? Perhaps you’re not reading enough into how their “going out” personalities correspond to their preferred inebriating beverages. Of course, no guide like this ever holds 100% true, but take a look next time you’re at a bar or club and see whether the girl drinking wine doesn’t looked totally pissed off and arrogant, or whether…well, you can see the details below.

  • The 33 Most Anticipated Movies of 2015

    Now that we’re half way through the year we have sliced and diced all the major movie databases, blogs and resources on the web to compile the ultimate guide to the most anticipated movies on 2015 (in order of their release date) because it never hurts to look ahead.

  • Make the National Drinks of Mexico and Cameroon for their Matchup Today

    The last leg of Group A will go up against each other at 11:30 EST and it promises to be a solid head to head. Chicharito and the young Mexican squad face off against Eto’o and his Cameroon team. What better way to get a full day of World Cup games started than to make the drink of choice for both teams native land. Cameroon drinks palm wine or white mimbo, which is fermented sap from palm trees. The sap is extracted from the tree and sometimes an alternate method is used by felling the entire tree. Where this is practiced, a fire is sometimes lit at the cut end to facilitate the collection of sap. Mexico is known for it’s tequila. Straight, neat, mixed, however you’re drinking it is fine, but if you’re in Mexico we suggest always drink it straight or sip it neat.

  • What If Other Planets Were as Close to Earth as the Moon?

    Visualization by Ron Miller @ Black Cat Studios Our moon is a pretty big object. If it was orbiting the sun and not Earth it’s big enough to be a respectable planet in its own right. The Moon is a quarter the diameter of the Earth. Only Pluto has a satellite that is larger, in proportion to the size of the planet it orbits. What if a celestial body like Jupiter, the biggest planet in our solar system, was as close to the Earth as our moon? Would it fill the night sky? Illustrator and author Ron Miller sought to answer the question using the reference photograph above.

  • The 30th Anniversary Ghostbusters Infographic

    Dan Aykroyd’s original Ghostbusters premise took place in the future with the team dressed in SWAT type uniforms and they used wands to hunt ghosts. What a drastic change they went with. In the beginning Harold Ramis created the Brains of the operation, Egon Spengler, hoping to give the role to Christopher Walken, John Lithgow, Christopher Lloyd or Jeff Goldblum, but ultimately fell in love with the character making the executive decision to play the dry humored scientist. Other famous actors picked for roles include John Belushi, Eddie Murphy and John Candy. sdrscreative created this incredibly thorough infographic highlighting some interesting facts about one of the most beloved movies of a generation.

  • Netflix Series BoJack Horseman Stars Will Arnett as a Washed-Up Horse Sitcom Star

    Netflix is now trying their skill set at cartoons. Their latest project “BoJack Horseman”, a dry comedy staring Will Arnett as a washed-up child sitcom actor who now has to cope with the reality of a dimming career and life as a has-been celebrity. Oh and he’s a horse. Who can walk on two legs, like a human. Oh and their are actually plenty of animorph type characters. Kind of like hieroglyphs of ancient Egypt, but set around an alcoholic man-horse. It also stars Alison Brie as BoJack’s former love interest, Amy Sedaris as a cat-agent and Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul as a human. Yeah, I’m watching this.

  • Origami House Is Way Bigger Than It Looks [18 Photos]

    Located in Mie Prefecture on Japan’s main Honshu island, the Origami House from TSC Architects is modeled after the Japanese paper-folding art. The unique design of the roof isn’t just for show, it also serves a structural purpose. Through contact with the ground, the diagonal roof becomes a strong defense against winds and earthquakes. The giant eaves also block the direct rays of the sun and protect the outer wall from rain. Inside, the house is planned around a double-height living room with a kitchen and dining room off to one side. A bedroom, bathroom, and traditional Japanese-room are placed along the edges. Upstairs is an additional bedroom and storage area.

  • 29 Star Wars Facts You Probably Don’t Know

    Did you know Sir Alec Guinness, the actor who played Obi Wan Kenobi, called the Star Wars films fairy tale rubbish, but despite his claims earned 2% of the box office grossings, earning him a cool $95,000,000? Not too shabby for rubbish. BuzzFeed Pop created a very interesting video highlighting some lesser known facts about the Star Wars franchise. So next time your know-it-all Comicon loving step brother tells you how the original mock up for Yoda was actually a monkey carrying a cane wearing a mask, tell him you already knew that and nugie him into submission.

  • A Map Of Where Bars Outnumber Grocery Stores

    6 years ago, FloatingSheep created a graph of the United States that showed which cities had more bars and which had more grocery stores. It was an interesting map, but it didn’t show the magnitude of the difference between the counts and the numbers were pulled from the Google Maps Directory which may not be completely accurate. Recently, statistician Nathan Yau set out to make a more detailed map. Using data from the Google Places API and showing the magnitude of the difference, Yau created a new map of the US at his site, Flowing Data. Then he took it a step further and created maps of other nations. With 303% more bars than grocery stores, Spain has their priorities straight!

  • E:60: Dominic Moore: Coming Home

    Dominic Moore had the game winning goal in game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals of the Stanley Cup playoffs, possibly the most important of the playoffs and of his career. For more it was bittersweet, after being the ultimate journeyman of the league playing for ten teams in ten years, he found his home as a premiere center for the Blueshirts. A lesser known story, however had to do with Moore’s personal life. His wife, who was suddenly diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer lost her battle, sending Moore to take an 18 month hiatus from the league. After a successful season with the Rangers, Moore catapulted the Rangers into the finals, but it was as heartbreaking as it was celebratory for him. ESPN’s E:60 Doc tells the full story here.

  • The Breitling S3 ZeroG Chronograph Is Official Watch Of Weightless Flight (Watch Wednesday)

    Next year, the Swiss Space Systems, S3 will be organizing it’s first weightless ZeroG flights to go public. Breitling will be the main partner in the project and will be equipping passengers with an exclusive chronograph specially designed for the experience. In 1962, Scott Carpenter wore Breitling’s Navitimer Cosmonaute – the first space-traveling wrist chronograph with a manual set because an automatic wouldn’t be able to wind in a weightless environment. S3 has notably set up a program of weightless flights. The ZeroG project will begin in 2015 in over 15 locations around the world, including Asia, the Middle East and Central. Registration is open.

  • 6 Important Life Lessons That David Foster Wallace Missed In His Iconic “This Is Water” Commencement Speech

    In 2005, David Foster Wallace gave a commencement speech that has recently become internet famous on YouTube. So goes the story: There are these two young fish swimming along, and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says, “morning boys, how’s the water?” and the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes, “what the hell is water?” I had seen the video before, but I’d forgotten about it until a professor of mine showed it in class a few weeks ago. I don’t think he even planned on it, but I’m sure glad he played it. A few days ago, a friend and I, both of whom are graduating this year, took a walk up to picnic point, this beautiful wooded path that eventually leads out to a drop-off point formed of rocks where you can overlook the city of Madison and the surrounding suburbs. It was an awesome 75 degree day, and it was sunny. We tromped around the woods like little kids, exploring little coves and sand bars, treating the hike like a journey. We more »

  • How to Sell a Craft Beer: Location, Location, Location [Link]

    Craft brewing is already a huge business in the United States, and with more than 2600 craft breweries now operating, the marketplace is becoming increasingly cluttered. How can so many companies compete  in the marketplace? In a business where consumers are constantly looking for something new to try out, how can a brewery make their product stand out? A study of successful brews points towards an importance in creating an identity that showcases the quaint, nostalgic origins of the companies’ home cities, even if the portrayal isn’t entirely accurate.


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