A semi-automatic popcorn delivery device:

By popcorn company Popcorn Indiana.

The Popinator instantly delivers popcorn into a person’s mouth just by saying the word “pop”.  The Popinator is able to pinpoint where in the room the spoken word originated from as demonstrated in the video, and shoot a piece of popcorn at it up to 15 feet away.

I wonder if it could shoot homemade buttered popcorn too?  Or does it have to be dry bagged popcorn?

So awesome.  My only complaint is that this appears to be vaporware.  I don’t know what the deal with companies is… did Popcorn Indiana not think this would be a hit with the public?  Have they not worked the bugs out of the design?  These are questions that should be answered before going public with it and then not having any units for sale once the promo video goes viral and everyone in the world wants one.  I won’t give a shit about this product by next week because I will have already forgot it exists, but you can bet I would have bought one right now if it were available for a decent price.

Thoughts?  Assuming this ever becomes publicly available, are you putting it on your Christmas list?

Hat tip: Clint

16 COMMENTS

09-21-2012

Tricking celebrities into thinking they have been kidnapped by terrorists:

An English summary of the TV show:

Holy!!!! This is like American TV show Punk’d, but on a whole other level.   Although it’s funny to watch something like this happen to someone else, I can’t imagine it would be any fun to be involved in… especially with this show where the celebrity victim actually thinks they are going to die.

The show is called Ramez Desert Fox and is hosted by Egyptian Actor/Singer Ramez Galal.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Al

26 COMMENTS

09-21-2012

Not a single f**k was given:

Safety is the last thing on their minds.   Lots of AKs… short barreled ones, underfolders etc… I even spot chrome and gold ones!  Nice looking place, and they keep their cars clean too.  It’s amazing no one died.  Can you imagine how much of a damper that would put on the celebration?

It’s a wedding right?  Where are the girls at?  Maybe they were smart and didn’t want anything to do with the shenanigans?

Hat tip: Krystian

53 COMMENTS

09-20-2012

Best known as the guy that placed 3rd in Season 1 of Top Douchebag:

Season 1 of Top Douchebag is a distant memory for me, but I don’t remember not liking J.J. Racaza.  He seems really likable in the above video, so I wish him the best of luck.

That watch he’s got on has AP (Audemars Piguet) style lugs on it… Is J.J. getting Audemars level money?  If so, i’m impressed.  Could just be a similar looking watch though.

The video could have used a bit more rehersal, but it looks like the holster works well for him anyway.  After seeing the product shots I still have no idea how the holster works though, and there is no info on his website that I can find… fail :/

As far as his logo goes… am I the only one that doesn’t think it’s a stretch to immediately see a face with some male genitalia going into it?

LOL yea I know it’s supposed to be his initials “JJR”, but come on…

You can check out more info on JJ Racaza on his website.  Whenever I hear his last name it reminds me of this classic Lion King scene.   Racazzzzzzzzzzzzzza. OOOooooo… do it again!

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Ross

28 COMMENTS

09-20-2012

Pinning the greatest foreveralone FPS derps against one another in epic on and off screen competitions:

The greatest tag line I can think of would be “The only game these guys have… is onscreen”.

Isn’t FPSrussia’s 15 minutes up yet?  The guy has shot every gun known to man and blew up a zillion pounds of tannerite.  Know when to quit bro.

“The Controller” (which the video is a trailer for) starts today (Sept 20th).

Medal of Honor Warfighter won’t be out until October 23rd.  If you want it in hand quick after that date though make sure to pre-order a copy on Amazon.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Josh

9 COMMENTS

09-20-2012

Does the thought of empty picatinny rail space makes you sad?  DERP up your rifle!

A confidence boost knowing Buck Yeager approves whatever OP I’m currently engaged in:

Vigilant Spectre reminding me to “Stay Vigilant”, because sometime even the best of us forget:

You can pick from a lot of different snap-on options over at the Custom Gun Rails website for around $25.  *add witty internet nerd criticism about running the site on a subdomain and having nothing on the main domain, the fact they use a low end template and the navigation is shit, the company logo is some rookie lolz, and more general asshole-ish observations*

The above two examples are definitely what I’m going to write the company about sending me.

I’m really surprised Arm-Tape-Costa-Lupus hasn’t jumped on this bandwagon yet.  He could rep all sorts of operator brand logos during classes, getting paid just to show up.

One last thing, this line from the Custom Gun Rails website product pages kill me:

Our products have been deployed with Special Ops and conventional units all over the world and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

Special Ops?  Guys, are you sure you didn’t mean Special Olympics?  I can’t see why special ops units would use something as frivilous as this.  Oh wait never mind… they probably have the BLACK OPS ones.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Rick, Paul

35 COMMENTS

09-19-2012