What could be better than Darth Mickey looking for R2, 3PO, and Wall-E all the while Luke is trying to save his sister from the hooka smoking caterpillar from Alice In Wonderland?
In a genius marketing move, helmet company Shark Helmets made a very real Newton’s Cradle using people. Hanging upside down, five bikers wearing regular helmets recreated the physics of the popular science toy by banging their helmets against each other.
When the first biker is dropped, the kinetic energy traverses across the rest until the energy sends the last biker swinging up into the air.
But here’s the point. Afterwards, they all don Shark Helmets. The Sharks absorb so much shock, the experiment no longer works. Now that’s advertising in action.
Across the Western world, talks of marriage equality fill the air. In New Zealand, parliament just passed a marriage equality bill that is being cheered by those on the left.
But change didn’t come easy. Member of Parliament Maurice Williamson was peppered by constituents who seemed to think approving a gay marriage bill would result in the end of the world.
Soap operas all seem to follow the same recipe and formula. And that definitely applies to the music. In every dramatic scene when Amy admits she’s been cheating on Matt with a vampire but still loves him, that high pitched piano enters the musical realm.
Back in 2011, YouTuber TV Boy88 thought the music on soaps were so bad that they could recreate the same sound with just their cat and a keyboard. Amazingly, with just the help of a few kitty treats, that’s exactly what they did.
But only now has the video exploded online, amassing over 100,000 views just today.