I originally bought this subscription for my brother but he said he wasn’t interested in reading it. I didn’t want the subscription to go to waste so I bring it into the office, so someone else can peruse it. I don’t recall how I came about reading the first issue but I did and it was quite funny.
On to the rundown -
I thought this was funny. You can send a “fart by mail”. April Fool’s is right around the corner. I am hoping I don’t get this in the mail, although I wonder if my Grandma would find this funny.
The way science keeps coming up new innovations just astounds me. For example, regardless of whether or not you think growing organs is bad or not I still find it a bit amazing. The researchers in Yale was able to grow “functional lung tissue” which would be a lifesaver for people who have lung cancer. Scientists were also able to “grow” skin, trachea and gentials. I wonder what “weird” future is ahead of us.
HotTug a company created by Dutch designer Frank de Bruijn is a hot tub boat using wood burning stove to heat water to 100 degree Fahrenheit. Sounds cool? Only cost you $11,500 to $21,000.
The one disappointing thing about this magazine, it ruins dreams. In their “Circus Maximus - Entertainment” section, they spoke with FBI bomb tech Kevin Miles about whether or not explosions in the Die Hard franchise could have actually happen or not. *sigh* Most of them can’t happen, they way the movie depicts....dream killers.
Did you know 20% of adults plan on having a drink on St. Paddy’s Day. I would have definitely thought that number would have been a lot higher.
Even though this magazine did kill a bit of the excitement for the new installment of Die Hard, they did redeem themselves with this beauty.
|Photo Credit - BMW|
Go ahead and drool, I won’t judge you. The BMW 18 Hybrid is one awesome car with a sweet estimated price tag of $123,000.
Grab the issue to read jokes, fashion tips, and interviews with some famous ladies like Elisha Cuthbert, Joanna Krupa and Joan Rivers.