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8 Pranks That Undoubtedly Left The Victim With Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Everybody loves a good prank and the genuine reaction that it ellicits out of the victim, however there are certain pranks out there that take it a little too far…ok, a lot too far. Far enough that the moment will linger in the inner depths of that person’s mind for years to come. Here are 8 cruel pranks, where the victim will undoubtedly need professional psychological help after all the dust settles.
11 Dumbest Celebrity Apologies Ever Made
When it comes to apologies, there are two kinds. There’s the straight up, “I’m sorry I killed your dog, I’ll never forgive myself,” type of apology. And then there are apologies so spectacularly dumb, they come out the other side, making the apologizer look like the Mayor of Awfultown (NOTE: Awfultown is actually not that bad during the Summer Harvest Festival, just saying.) Lucky for you, we’ve got 10 of the dumbest apologies of all time in one place for you, so you can relive the wincingly earnest, the backhanded, and the just plain stupidest requests for forgiveness ever made.
Top Hurricane Tracking Sites for 2011
The consensus of the various 2011 hurricane outlooks suggest the Atlantic 2011 season will see between 13 and 17 named storms, 7-9 hurricanes and 4-5 major hurricanes. The average season has about 10 named storms, 6 hurricanes and 2 intense hurricanes. According to the Colorado State University’s June update there is a 48% chance for a major hurricane making landfall along the US East Coast and a similar 47% chance somewhere along the US Gulf Coast. Of all the states, Florida will have the highest risk for a land-falling hurricane (71%) and major hurricane (34%). Texas is next with a 50% hurricane risk and a 20% major hurricane risk followed closely by Louisiana at 47% and 20% respectively.
21 Incredible Things You Didn't Know About The Space Shuttle
The space shuttle itself is an amazing piece of technology. The statistics are simply mind-blowing: it's the most complex machine ever constructed with 2.5 million separate parts and 230 miles of wiring. Its three main engines are together more powerful than twelve Hoover Dams, and the pressure of their turbopumps could send a column of liquid hydrogen 36 miles into the sky. The shuttle can lift 25,000 pounds into orbit, and in total has carried some three million pounds of cargo and 600 people into space. It travels around the Earth at 17,500 miles per hour. Together, all five orbiters have logged enough miles to make it out past Jupiter. As cool as these numbers are, if you're a fan of the shuttle, you know all of this stuff already. Or if you don't, it probably doesn't surprise you. But we've scoured gigabytes of dusty and forgotten NASA websites to put together 21 epic nuggets of info about the Space Shuttle program that will surprise you, ranging from the seventh orbiter to the missing STS-13 to that time that the Soviets shot Challenger with a huge laser cannon. Yes, they really did.
24 Most Ridiculously Thought Out Storefront Signs
Nothing can make a trip better than that inevitable double-take when you catch an absolutely ridiculous business sign lurking about the city. The proper way to handle these occurrences is to take a picture, and show the entire world what you’ve found so we can all laugh with you. One thing’s for sure, these 25 ridiculous and hilariously awkward business signs make normal businesses look so boring, they won’t be enough for you anymore.
Small But Powerful: 30 Useful PC Apps Under 2MB
When it comes to computing, our general philosophy at Maximum PC is that bigger is better. More, speed, more memory, more power—as far as hardware goes, there's no such things as excess. Software, though... Software's a little different. Big, feature-packed utilities and applications are great, but we prefer apps that show a little restraint. That's why we've put together a list of 30 apps that kick ass without taking up a lot of space. Every program in this list can be downloaded for free, and takes up less than 2 megabytes of space. Read on for more!
14 Tips for Remote Working in Winter Weather
Given the nasty weather we’ve had almost everywhere in North America and Europe, most of us are probably relieved that famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow a few days ago. But let’s face it, we could still get more nasty weather before the winter is over. Personally, I think inclement weather means that it’s time to stay home, stay warm and take time off with family. But if you must work, then you might as well be prepared. I’ve collected some resources that may be helpful to those of us who work remotely.
Top Ten Things We've Learned From Resident Evil
Whoever said that videogames didn’t teach us anything important? Aside from the movie Zombieland, we’ve never had a better guide of what to do and what NOT to do in case of the zombie apocalypse than the Resident Evil videogame franchise. I’ve tossed together ten of the better little snippets of wisdom that we all should carry with us at all times. These are in no real particular order.
The 9 Most Terrifying Torture Devices Of The 20th Century
Torture is something some might think went the way of The Inquisition in the Middle Ages, but it hasn’t disappeared. Far from it. In fact, there was still a lot of torture taking place at the hand of secret police agencies in South America as well as in other countries in the 20th century. It was – and is – also used as part of the system of judicial punishments in some nations, and recent events in Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay show that the hands of western democracies aren’t clean either. Here we look at ten of the most terrifying torture devices and methods used in the modern era.
The 10 Best Computers in Science Fiction Movies
For nearly a century, the best computers in science fiction movies have set standards for real-world computer engineers to live up to. Unfortunately, the most advanced practical super-computer we’ve come up with is a smart phone that sometimes gets service. But that won’t stop science fiction movies from constantly dreaming of bigger, better — and sometimes badder — super-computers to accompany, assist, and attack our celluloid heroes.