Yes this is terrible design. First as other mentioned you have evap which just adds complexity and requires water constantly. You also then have to select what species are going in and then monitor it so they can’t jump out. Most likely it only
I think a lot of it has to do with the surround – the steel grating is the worst part of the whole thing. Adding some colour or leaving the rest of it neutral would have been a lot better.
Agreed. Not sure what this particular juice is or what the marketing scheme might be, but there are MLM companies that pop up daily to take the place of ones that were dissolved. Not saying that this company is a MLM scheme, but just
> *Taking to heart the idea that every kid is an artist, Martha Angus and Eche Martinez turned one of the home’s living rooms into an incredible playroom full of fun and color at every turn. A bright orange baby alpaca tepee, foam-filled furniture
[Charles Hayden](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Hayden_%28banker%29), a rich banker and philanthropist from Boston, born in 1870
First thought: That’s got to be some weird trick of the angle. I can’t seem to find any other image that has that dip. After doing some digging in google maps, it looks like there are stairs going down at that pylon in the
It is a fairly typical English coastal town. But it’s along the Jurassic Coast, and it has a history of being a fantastic fossil hunting spot (hence the ammonite lamp posts).
1. *Don’t buy the helicopter*. That’s just too ostentatious. Also, you’ll save money on a pilot and the additional fuel! 2. *Buy the yacht unfurnished*. Just scrounge up your yacht couches and chairs from Goodwill/Salvation Army or local dumpsters. Start collecting cinderblocks and bricks
That would be loud as hell, ruin really any surface it sits on, and be dangerous [imagine your foot sliding under that, or it rolling over your phone] let alone the fact that since the bottom is round it doesn’t just rock forwards and
As a little kid, I used to look up at thing in wonder. Only three poles touched the ground, but with no pole contacting another pole, it managed to reach up more than fifty feet. I once tried to duplicate it in miniature, but
The problem is that the benches do nothing but displace the problem. They don’t solve anything, but they certainly LOOK like they do, right? After all, there’s no more homeless person on the bench outside your apartment, so the city must be doing something
“Has it beat” how? Better power to weight ratio? Faster lap time on a specific circuit? Higher top speed? Better acceleration from standing start to certain point? Better quarter mile time? Unless it has won in every category, “has it beat” needs to be
So instead of all sixty minutes spanning the full 360°, it instead only uses the bottom 120°. The long arm is indicating how many minutes in to the hour it is by where it is pointing. The number shown on that arm indicates the
North and mid Wales can be considered the Steam capital of the world! We have a ludicrous number of preserved railways which travel through what is my opinion the best scenery in the UK. I recommend: Rhyl Miniature Railway, Llangollen Railway, Talyllyn Railway, Llanberis
Now I can’t unsee that. Imagine spending thousands of pounds on such a fancy expensive watch and then having someone point out your walking around with a cock on your wrist. I can’t wait to run into someone who owns this watch. It’s gonna
When it comes to certain products marketing, the brand and the first impression is key. An early (?) example [Andy Warhol and Absolut Vodka](http://www.absolut.com/se/andywarhol/) (from the early 80s), [“Absolut Art”](http://www.absolutartcollection.com/#)
Yes! You have found it! Thank you so much! Story time! I got this couch a few years back, at an odd boutique. The only guy manning the store only had vague information about it possibly being bought in LA and it having been
I actually did a cover design for this in school with a similar concept. Only the cover was censored text, and the matchstick was on the inside back cover. It had a message at the top that said “BURN IT.” The black bars on
I’ve actually used one of these and they are pretty bad. I would say 25% of the time you burn the toast if you aren’t paying 100% attention to it. They are definitely cool, and they are definitely faster than a regular toaster, but
I went onto the roof on a date recently, it’s cool how there’s so much wood everywhere and it wraps around, really cool building.
Tattoos are as old as the flesh they’re on. Skulls are for the days when we have no more flesh to decorate. As such skulls will remain as potent symbols untill the very dust.
Two hands…two beers. I don’t see the problem this item is supposed to solve. If I need my hands free there is always the [Beer hat](http://www.busytrade.com/products/1158983/Beer-Helmet-Pl-2211.html#.Uj5MvH_Cdvo) which is acceptable at most formal functions in Australia.
In more ways than one. It’s what makes us simultaneously terrifyingly confounding and awe-inspiringly awesome. Probably also one of the reasons we’ve survived so long. We’re a bunch a weirdos willing to try out new cultural adaptations for shits ‘n’ giggles.
Because it’s much easier to use simple shapes to control proportions before going into detail on a drawing, especially for animators. That head or torso has to maintain its shape for as long as it’s visible, so why spend 10 minutes perfecting a facial