Holy shit, this takes me back. I was a card-carrying member of the Six Million Dollar Man Fan Club, way back in 19 and 76.
And even more you didn’t.
This is the model I have – 1993 sunburst.
Only took me 38 years to get around to it. One lunchtime Target run and Wired YouTube video later, I solved a Rubik’s Cube. Twice. With this method, solving the bottom two layers is pretty easy. The top layer is where it gets complicated, with different algorithms for different scenarios. Will I actually memorize those? Doubtful.
In case you missed it.
Some dude named Jeff started playing jokes on stores by creating fake products, and placing them in stores. Not totally hysterical, but pretty clever. Here’s a few examples, but if you need more go here…
If there’s an afterlife, I want it to look like this.
San Diego Comic-Con is unfathomably massive, and we walk through the entire show floor to give you a sense of the exhibit hall’s scope and scale. Norm and Kishore take us to some of their favorite booths in one continous walk, navigating through the crowds, cosplay, and collectibles of Comic-Con 2019.
Let this be a lesson to you early adopters.
Samsung’s futuristic Galaxy Fold is launching this month, and the device has already made its way to a select group of reviewers and influencers. During the run-up to the device’s launch, there were concerns about the durability of the folding display, and now after just a few days with the public, the device is already experiencing problems. There are numerous reports of Samsung’s $2,000 device breaking after a single day, sometimes due to poor durability, other times due to user error.
Check it out.
No, this is a customization. BIG difference.
Fine, it’s a restoration.
Whichever one of you bastards sent this, I appreciate it.
I’ll never buy a Rolex Submariner either, but not for the reason he describes.
For comparison, here’s the one I did buy …