Talking about living on the edge. These cats are crazy, or as the kids today say, “Cray.”
Base jumping is one thing but this Moab Base Jump is so pro my hands were sweating just watching. Can’t even imagine being there.
The Paladin dojo covers topics from energy producing roads to a new malaria vaccine.
Breakthrough in battle against malaria as new vaccine proves 100 per cent effective against disease for the first time in history
100% is a good number, a strong number. I like it.
Canadian man born blind sees for the first time at age 68 after he FELL down the stairs
Ok so… who wants a shoove? Korea constructs road that wirelessly charges moving electric buses
Now we’re talking! Can we next make one that doesn’t fall to pieces in 5 years?
Rubble rescue: Tool can ‘see’ heartbeat of disaster-trapped victims
Bet this wasn’t discovered by a government sponsored grant.
How I taught a homeless man to build an app in a week
Charity shouldn’t be mandated or forced. It should be done out the goodwill of one human being to another. Great job Patrick McConlogue! (How is it that the British Daily Mail does a better job finding these stories than our American media? Agenda perhaps?)
Gotta admire the creativity these
Pomplamoose people have. I mean really… who is the Hollywood talent giving them tips?
Plus it’s a great song, well done and fun. Definitely a music video that deserves some praise!
Definitely the smartest Bohemian Rhapsody creation ever. Totally reminds me of Big Bang Theory but more than that… I can’t imagine how much time it must have taken this guy to film & edit this movie.
Mad props dude.
Kinda funny that I never thought about this… or is it?
The longer I see the pain and suffering of this world, the more I long for the next.
I have a desire to know more about “what comes next.” Here’s a story from someone who died, Howard Storm, and came back to share what his experience was like.
A Letter From Fred from Green Shoe Studio on Vimeo.
made for each other.
Husband for wife. Wife for husband.
When it’s over, even after 75 years of marriage, it somehow doesn’t feel “right.” That’s why this quote rings true.
“If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world.” C.S. Lewis
My prayer is that Fred and Lorraine both put their trust in Jesus. Then, they’ll be reunited for all eternity where
everything is right.
» I’m also remined of another song that says
We were meant to live for so much more – Switchfoot
Despite missing half of his left arm, he’s playing basketball at a very high level. Now he’s getting walk-on offers at D1 colleges. So very cool!
Very engaging view at a broader view of design and how improving the experience of senses not normally addressed in a design enhances it.