The Ebola virus is one of the world's deadliest. It creates an especially aggressive form of hemorrhagic fever which, in the worst cases, will send a patient into shock before death, after bleeding internally and externally.
My friend Computer Dave asked me if I thought there was any kind of commercial-grade firework that would destroy a computer. See, he had a customer who was tired of a PC that was constantly giving him fits and decided to put the thing out its misery. Well, I had a hunch that an Excalibur artillery shell would do the trick. And, guess what? It did! WATCH!
Not too long ago, I was having some issues with my neck. (And, really, that sort of thing runs in my family.) So I headed to Amazon to see if I could find anything that could relieve my pain in the neck.
Okay! I'm hooked. I called Nashville Kat in the middle of last night's premiere of Rising Star and told her, "I'm already behaving like a crack addict." I like the show, but I LOVE the Rising Star app. It literally allows us to watch and vote in real time. Yep! We are in full control of the singers' destinies. And the app has some other cool features too. LOOK!
This is CRAZY!!! Cue Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology has just unveiled a robot that runs. And it runs FAST! In fact, it's faster that Olympic champion Usai Bolt, who can run over 27 miles per hour. WATCH!
Here's my question...will self-driving cars, should they go mainstream, ALL look like that? Because THAT is one ugly car. I mean, will they make Camaros, Mustangs, and Challengers that self-drive? What about trucks?
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