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The Voice Talkers

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



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Today's pictures & links:
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Internet Haircut
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Not Again!


(original unknown, found via)

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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)

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Tornado Supercell

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


(image credit: Ryan McGinnis)

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Translucent Creatures

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



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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]

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Anime - Photo Fusion

Interesting works by Tebe-Interesno:





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

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An Invention... useful?

More info.



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Animals in the Urban Landscape

Wonderful photography series by Amy Stein:



See more here.

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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:



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The smallest vehicle?

Seems to be solar-powered, too:



See more "Smallest Cars" here

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Great ad for Vespa:



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Mystery device -



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5 Comments:

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.

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Anonymous peter said...

Re: Translucent Creatures

Deep under the sea ->

http://www.freeweb.hu/tarrdaniel/images/hydrozoa.htm

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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.

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Blogger martin said...

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

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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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