Bad Lip Reading of Barack Obama – Video

Groove with the president. But don’t drink his bottled judgement. And don’t think he won’t whip them pintos.

 Fake Girlfriend Text Service

While this fake girlfriend text service is pretty funny (this is a joke, right?), I’m still waiting for someone to develop a “block my wife’s nagging texts” app.

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 Skateboarding Dogs. Yes, Skateboarding Dogs.

“When someone sees a dog skateboarding, they go, ‘Wow, that was awesome!’ ” says the dogs’ owner and trainer, Omar Von Muller, 49, a Colombian native of part-German heritage, with intense dark eyes, craggily handsome features and a ball cap. “But they don’t realize the hundreds of hours I put into that. And in those hundreds of hours this dog got a lot of exercise, a lot of play, a lot of things that he really likes to do. ”

While today’s skateboarding session is just for fun, and offers tourists and beach walkers a sensational free show, Von Muller used to take his show to the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, where an hour and a half would yield $350 cash.

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 How to Drive 1,418 Miles on a Single Tank of Gas

The 2011 Kia Optima Hybrid is estimated to get a solid 40 mpg on the highway. But a team of “hypermiling” specialists—who utilize special driving techniques to boost a vehicle’s fuel economy—just finished a trip through every Lower 48 state while averaging 64.55 miles per gallon. They broke a Guinness World Record in the process.

Wayne Gerdes, of Illinois, and New York’s Chris Bernius teamed up to complete a 14-day, 7,899-mile drive that touched each of the contiguous 48 states—and that, most impressively, required just 5.5 fill-ups at the pump. Throughout their journey, in a standard-issue 2011 Kia Optima Hybrid, the drivers averaged 64.55 mpg, and 1,418 miles on the road before having to refill the tank.

How did they do it?

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 World’s fastest Ferrari ends up in Atlantic Ocean – Targa Newfoundland 2011

Just a little booboo! :)

 Next In Sustainable Living: Beer Bottle Houses

As people move to more sustainable ways of living, some innovative architects have begun using recycled materials to create more environmentally-friendly habitats. Incredibly, beer bottles have become a primary means of this style of building, with far-ranging benefits including cheap construction, recycling and up-cycling, pollution reduction, natural solar power lighting, and natural insulation. The environment will definitely thank these clever builders for these eco-friendly beer buildings:

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