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The Voice Talkers

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The Voice Talkers

From the folks at Poykpac comes this audio treat:
(compare it with other well-known example)


Today's pictures & links:
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Internet Haircut
- via


Not Again!

(original unknown, found via)


Staged Auto Accidents... are larger than life

We wrote about "Royal de Luxe" installations before (Part 1 and Part 2), but can not omit the harrowing car wreckages they created on a recent trip to Iceland (see the whole gallery here) -

Truck squished by a passing giant, and a car skewered on a tree:

Slicing up a bus -

(photos by Karl Palsson)


Tornado Supercell

Tornadic supercell just east of Kearney, Nebraska, May 29, 2008. Shot from exit of interstate 80 -

(image credit: Ryan McGinnis)


Translucent Creatures

Excellent photo series on National Geographic site. Full of unheard-of and marvelous creatures:


Mixed fresh links for today:

Best & worst places to live in the US - [travel]
Google Maps List of Lynchings in Tennessee - [creepy]
Ugliest Looking Animals on Earth - [weird] [nature]
A new concept of luxury yacht - [boats]
Impressive 3D Street Graffiti Art - [urban art]
A Motorized Hamster Ball for Humans - [weird auto]
A Child is Born: embryo photography - [wow gallery]
Imagine that... featherless chickens - [fun video]
Pretty funny "IT guy vs. sales" sketch - [fun video, nsfw language]


Anime - Photo Fusion

Interesting works by Tebe-Interesno:

"Spirited Away" perfectly complements post-Soviet urban landscape.


An Invention... useful?

More info.


Animals in the Urban Landscape

Wonderful photography series by Amy Stein:

See more here.


Soviet Road Police Flying Saucer

Perhaps it's even able to take off and chase the offending cars over the highway?

Another wonderful urban find there:
The text says: "The Center for Modern Art" -

And a spaced-out character from some alternate reality:


The smallest vehicle?

Seems to be solar-powered, too:

See more "Smallest Cars" here


Great ad for Vespa:


Mystery device -


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Anonymous Anubis_Priest said...

I think that the "mystery device" is a canine powered respirator. First thing I noticed was the tube into the trachea of the lady sitting in the chair: I suspect that the running motion of the hound on the treadmill causes the pump on its back to move, thus working the respirator.

Anonymous peter said...

Re: Translucent Creatures

Deep under the sea ->


Anonymous Will said...

The telephone on the guys back is an ex-Soviet military device, this was and should be carried in a knapsack and was used in case of an urban emergency, like a street fight with rebels, the army would get into a civilians home, wire the device to the telephone lines and call in back up from HQ.

This method was abandoned in the early 80's for use of radio equipment.

Blogger martin said...

But the dog isn't on a treadmill! Weird.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

that mystery device is a copy of an old child's toy. It had a small wooden ball hanging down that, when swung in a flat circle the dog would lean forward and the rabbit in turn goes further forward.


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