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  • Realistic Celebrity Make-Unders [17 Photos]

    Want to feel better about yourself? Then take a look at these pictures from Planet Hiltron, a Facebook page from artist Danny Evans. He turns the biggest celebrities into the, well, BIGGEST celebrities by turning them into everyday slobs like you and me. Personally though, I sort of think that the Miley Cyrus shopping mall glamour shot is a bit of an improvement over the real thing. Don’t forget to like Planet Hiltron on Facebook to keep up with all the latest pictures.

  • Dranksgiving: Guy Fieri’s Whiskey-Glazed Sweet Potatoes

    Let’s Keep the booze infused feast going with some whiskey glazed sweet potatoes to keep your motor running this Thanksgiving. This tasty recipe was devised from the brain of Sir Guy Fieri, of “Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen”, “Diners, Dives and Drive-ins” and creator of “Donkey Sauce”.  A perfect combination of sweet and… well sweet and whiskey I guess. Enjoy getting drunk while stuffing your face next Thusday. Oh and giving thanks as well.

  • Chris Farley Stars In Rob Ford: The Movie

    Everyone has made jokes about how similar Toronto’s hilariously troubled mayor Rob Ford is to Chris Farley’s characters, and no someone has actually done something about it. Taking footage from a ton of Farley’s movies, YouTube user Tristan Gough made an awesome trailer for Rob Ford: The Movie. If you can get posthumous Oscars for fan made trailers for films that don’t exist, then Chris Farley is a shoe-in.

  • Top 10 Most Touching Sports Moments of 2013

    Sports have functionally become the mechanism that unites communities—providing those facing adversity with a brief amount of respite. In 2013, this was proven with moments that gave purpose to an otherwise questionable necessity of spectator sports. As a part of the Yearbook13 event, RSVLTS has compiled a list of the moments in 2013 athletics that transcend stats—giving athletics an intangible relevance in American society.

  • That’s Gotta Hurt: UFC 167 In Slow Motion [Video]

    Give your wincing muscles a workout with this super slow-motion recap of UFC 167. The action was captured using Fox’s Phantom Cam, which is capable of recording up to 5000 frames per second. A regular slow-motion camera records around 380 frames per second. The fact that even when slowed down so much, some of these punches still look pretty quick is incredible. Also, the way their faces smush makes me giggle.

  • Beautifully Symmetrical Sneaker Fragments Create Organic Creatures

    English artist, Phil Robson aka Filfury, artfully combines some of the most iconic sneakers from the past thirty years to make familiar shapes like animal heads, insects and skulls. The series features the Adidas Originals Superstar, Air Jordan 4 Retro, Nike Huarache and the Reebok Shaq Attack. Each beautifully symmetrical image is put together using fragments from one sneaker.

  • Get A 3D Print Of Yourself Without Leaving Your House

    Who hasn’t wanted a figurine of themselves to do all sorts of weird things with (hiding them in your friend’s underwear drawer, act out romantic fantasies with Troll dolls, etc.)? Thanks to the new service at Shapify.me, you can scan yourself in your living room and in a few days have your own 1/20th scale figurine for $59. All you need is a Kinect device for your X-Box or Windows PC and the app from Shapify.me. You can get a full color figure or, if you’re one of those RPG nerds, a white plastic one to paint yourself. It’s a cool start to the 3D printing revolution and it will be fun seeing the technology progress. Now I need to buy a Kinect for my PC and find my She-Ra action figure in my mom’s attic.

  • Manny Pacquiao Fight by Fight: Road to Rios (Infographic)

    Manny pacquiao is set to fight Brandon Rios in a welterweight match at the Grand Venetian in Macau on November 23. The stakes are higher than ever for the battered champion having lost his last two bouts against arch rival, Juan Manuel Marquez and Timothy Bradley. A loss again could mean retirement for the quickly declining Pac-man. With the Philippines in desperation for a hero at this point, Manny will be fighting for more than his pride come Saturday night, he’ll be fighting for his country. Here’s an infographic made by Finance Online shows Manny’s road to greatness, fight by fight.

  • This MIT 3D Shape-Shifting Project Called inForm Will Blow Your Mind, Because Science

    This technology is so jaw dropping, ten years ago these MIT students would’ve been looked at as aliens, 20 years ago, burned at the steak. inFORM, a new project that can reproduce digital content physically in 3D, which allows a user to interact with an object without being in it’s presence. Essentially this is the first step toward the movie Avatar. Inform can also be used for 3D demonstrations rendering physical bar graphs, models and fluid tangible experiences. The inFORM was developed by MIT PhD students Sean Follmer, Daniel Leithinger, and Professor Hiroshi Ishii, from MIT’s Tangible Media Group. Revolutionary steps when thinking of physical form science and architecture, being able to shape and mold an object without even being in the room. “The traditional sort of interaction design and device design sort of assumes for a very static way of interacting and this [inFORM] device can change its physical form very quickly and that means that we need to come up with new ways that we interact with technology,” Follmer said. But All this didn’t come cheap the inFORM contains 900 small motors which control each pin on it. Every pin works to render objects in 3D, and each more »

  • Hypnotizing Commercial For Mike’s Golf Shop [Video]

    Mike of Mike’s Golf Shop in Chattanooga, Tennessee, made his own commercial where he lets you know that he buys golf. Did you get that? Don’t worry, he’ll repeat it again and again until that’s all you hear. Could he be the mastermind behind those Head-On commercials (apply directly to the forehead)? The original commercial, made last month on Mike’s iPhone, is now going viral but Mike feels his message may still not be clear. To rectify this, he has just released a video where he sings about buying golf clubs. Maybe he would be less confusing if he took down that “we buy music gear” sign.

  • Literal Translations Of Paris Subway Stops [22 Photos]

    Photographer Janol Apin’s collection, titled “Métropolisson”, is a journey through the Paris subway with the name of each stop presented literally. Don’t worry if your knowledge of French is limited to “voulez-vous coucher avec moi”, these are pretty simple to figure out. If this sample has cured your Francophobia, see the rest of the huge collection at Janol Apin’s website, including some with quite a bit more skin (both male and female). Now someone needs to do this in the New York Subway. Just imagine the picture for the 69 Street stop on the 7 in Queens!

  • 59 Reasons Why Michael Jordan Is Better In GIF Form

    There is no doubt that Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all-time. You could make a case for him being the best athlete of our lifetime on the court but in business as well. His “Jump Man” silhouette is one of the most recognizable logos in the world. You can watch Jordan highlights all over the web but we think watching him in GIF form is better than anything else.

  • What’s Your Whiskey [Infographic]

    There are so many ways to enjoy whiskey and this infographic gives you plenty of ideas of what to do with some “water of life”. There are plenty of cocktails for crusty old men, dainty ladies, and even those who are new to imbibing. So fix up your favorite whiskey drink (I suggest a Hot Toddy this time of year), look through these cocktails, and learn a little something from the bonus whiskey facts. Whiskey was used as currency during the American Revolution? Hell, I bet if I could wring out my liver I could have bought every man, woman, and child in New England a blunderbuss to get those damn Redcoats.

  • Incredible Wheelchair Freestyle With Wheelz [Video]

    Aaron Fotheringham, better known as Wheelz, is an extreme wheelchair athlete who recently got together with YouTube filmmaker Devin Super Tramp and Gnarly Nutrition to make this video showcasing his incredible talent. Wheelz, who has Spina Bifida, has been in a wheelchair full-time since the age of 8. He’s adapted skateboard and BMX tricks for his wheelchair resulting in what he calls WCMX. He was the first person to perform a backflip in a wheelchair at the age of 14 and then a double backflip at 18. Watch this video and see this unique athlete in action.

  • The Best Fallon Timberlake Skits of All Time in Preparation for Their December SNL Collab

    The best bromance around is coming to SNL December 21st. Fallon to host and Timberlake to be the musical guest, but let’s be serious, they’re co-hosting. The duo are no strangers to collaboration locking eyes and falling in love immediately with each other co-hosting “The Barry Gibb Talk Show” on SNL years ago. Later on, sharing the screen again during skits on Fallon, they produced some of the most watched online videos of all time. We’ve compiled the best Fallon and Timberlake videos of all time for your viewing pleasure.

  • Radical’s Street Legal Race Car, The RXC

    The Radical RXC is Radical’s first fully enclosed car made to be street legal for European roads. Using the Ford Duratec 3.7 liter V6 engine found in the Mustang and F150 tuned to 380 hp, this “road car” will get you around town at breakneck speeds. That horsepower may not sound too impressive but when you consider that the car weighs less than 2000 pounds, it’s plenty. The RXC goes 0-60 in 2.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 175 mph. There are also plans for a V8 version if you’re still unimpressed. But for now, if you want to take home the V6 RXC, it’s going to cost you about $150,000. But hey, what are you waiting for? Start assembling yours right now at Radical.

  • Ski Chalet Bachelor Pad in the French Alps [10 Photos]

    Tired of having to stay at the Super Huit Motel when you’re in France’s Courchevel because you waited til the last minute to book a room somewhere? Sacre bleu! It’s probably about time that you buy your own place in the French Alps. Sotheby’s International Realty just happens to have one available called Chalet JOFI. The 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom home features an indoor pool, a theater, and a gym so you can keep busy when not out skiing or picking up French chicks. There’s also a giant, badass chandelier and a painting of Mother Nature’s toughest son, the reindeer. How much will this dream chalet set you back? If you have to ask, you can’t afford it. Zut alors!

  • Batkid Celebration’s Cost to S.F: $105,000

    Remember the amazing story of San Francisco coming together last week to turn the city into Batman’s Gotham to make Miles Scott’s Make-A-Wish dream a reality? The tally of the cost to the city is in for the huge celebration at the civic center with a crowd of over 14,000 and it came to a whopping $105,000. That’s…not bad at all really. Considering the original plan was a small ceremony with many a few hundred people in attendance, the city and the Make-A-Wish volunteers did an incredible job of handling what became a much bigger event than anyone could have anticipated.

  • A Visual Guide to a Car Engine in GIF Form

    In todays world it’s becoming more and more commonplace to have no idea what a car looks like under a hood. Newer luxury cars make it even harder basically encasing an engine in a plastic casing. This infographic GIF teaches you the movements and mechanics of the magic of a car engine. If your only experience with a car engine’s inner workings is “How much is that going to cost to fix?” this graphic is for you! Car engines are astoundingly awesome mechanical wonders. It’s time you learned more about the magic under the hood!

  • Watch This Amazing Time-Lapse Video Of London

    Photographer Paul Richardson spent 8 days cycling around London with his camera gear in October and captured over 18,000 photos, taking up 364 gigs of harddrive space. After weeks of editing, the finished product is the incredible time-lapse of one of the busiest cities in the world titled Restless Nights. See more of Paul Richardson’s work on his Facebook page. 

  • Cut The Perfect Slice With Laser-Guided Pizza Cutter

    Let wonky pizza slices be a thing of the past thanks to ThinkGeek’s tactical laser-guided Pizza Cutter. Featuring a flashlight and laser pointer attachment, this pizza cutter guarantees that your pizza slices will be straighter than Burt Reynolds (is that even possible?). The removable scope is compatible with the Picatinnny rail system, meaning you can put other cool firearm related attachments on your pizza cutter. Maybe swap it out with a bayonet for extreme cutting capabilities. What does this fantastic device set you back? $1,000,000? Nah, you can get it for just $29.99 from ThinkGeek. 

  • The 12 Funniest Athlete Commercials of 2013

    Everybody knows commercials; the annoying interludes that gratingly occupy the period of time in between your scheduled programming. Often, commercials are muted or used as optimal times to perform a task that involves being removed from the television. However, there are always exceptions to those rules; counting down the best ten commercials of 2013 is RSVLTS with another addition to our End of the Year event—the Top 10 Athlete Commercials of 2013.

  • 5 Public Relations Lessons You Need To Know From The Late Great John F. Kennedy

    Politicians are excellent at a certain rhetoric device called “framing.” They know how to switch conversations to more favorable topics, they know how to avoid the ugly answers, and sometimes they can flip a public relations disaster into an underdog victory. On the 50th anniversary of his assassination, I’m going to show you how JFK did just that, winning over the audience as an underdog even after some sharp criticisms from Harry Truman.

  • Read JFK’s Harvard Application

    In 1935, a young John F Kennedy applied for admission to Harvard. In his application he wrote that “I would like to go to the same college as my father. To be a ‘Harvard man’ is an enviable distinction and one that I sincerely hope I shall attain.” Jeez, kiss up much? He listed his chief interests as economics and politics (go figure) and football and crew as sports he especially liked. Even better, though, is his father’s letter to the Harvard Dean. Joseph Kennedy writes that his son “has a brilliant mind for the things in which he is interested, but is careless and lacks application in those in which he is not interested. This is, of course, a bad fault.” Damn, that’s honest. Read through more digitized documents at the John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

  • The Life of John F. Kennedy: 75 Rare and Iconic Photos

    November 22, 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. He was and still is one of the most iconic personalities in American history so we’ve pulled together 75 fascinating photos that show the life and times of JFK from his time growing up in Massachusetts to his final day in Dallas, TX, and everything in between.

  • World’s Largest Videogame Projected Onto London Building

    Namco Bandai games teamed up with British television series The Gadget Show to project the world’s largest game of Pac-Man on the side of a London building. The game measured in at 2,219 square meters. The stunt was to mark the 250th episode of The Gadget Show and the release of Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures. Is the giant joystick also necessary? Also, what’s up with America not having this record? Our buildings are bigger than the UK’s and our videogames should be too! 

  • DRANKSGIVING: Allspice Roasted Duck with Balsamic and Crown Royal Maple

    Imagine the holidays without alcohol. It was easy when you were a kid, you got to run around the majority of the day completely ignoring your drunk uncle’s bellowing screams at the Thanksgiving day football games, disregarding your great aunts photo album of her cats, because you were allowed to not give a f*ck. You had your own dinner table of peers who had no worries of the real world or Obamacare, but now things are different. You need to worry about Obamacare and you could quite possibly be the drunk uncle screaming at the TV. Things are so different now. So this week we’re replacing Man Meals with Dranksgiving. A series of spiked holiday recipes that can work together to get you through these tough times you have to look forward to: The Holidays. Today a perfect blend of Crown Royal Maple and succulent duck. Enjoy.

  • Own The Watch Used To Call JFK’s Time Of Death

    On November 22, 1963, neurosurgeon Dr. Kemp Clark was called to Parkland Memorial Hospital to see to President John F Kennedy. When all attempts at reviving the President proved futile, it was Dr. Clark’s duty to call the time of death. Unfortunately, nobody was really sure when President Kennedy died and nobody was looking at the clock anyway, so Dr. Clark made an approximation at 1:00 PM. Dr. Kemp’s family insists that he used his watch to make the call although Kemp himself is not on record as ever saying that. But witnesses agree he was at least wearing the watch. And hey, even without the history, the 1949 Patek Phillipe is the first waterproof watch the company produced. That’s got to be worth the estimated $100,000-$150,000, right? 

  • Preliminary Photos of Braves New Cobb County Stadium

    The Atlanta Braves new home will have it’s fair share of perks. Cobb County stadium will be the centerpiece of what is essentially a strip mall and I mean that in the most pleasent of ways. With a strip leading up to the stadium from Cobb Square called “Entertainment Way” one can only imagine the bars, restaurants and shopping that’s sure to make it’s way to Cobb. Although most of us we’re scratching our heads when the organization announced the relocation it seems like a better atmosphere for Chipper Jones to make a few bucks for an appearance at the Entertainment way Cracker Barrel. A huge perk in disguise for the new stadium is the subtraction of 10,000 seats to hold 41,000 now. Not many people realize the sheer volume of seats Turner held. The Braves we’re always criticized for not filling the stadium, so it’s good to see the suits wising up to a more intimate stadium. Coming in at 1/4 the amount of the new Yankee Museum/Stadium, Cobb County field seems like it’s on the right track to bring an optimal baseball experience to it’s fan base.