Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone are two of the biggest movie stars on the planet today and they also happen to be good friends. Sylvester Stallone recently 70 years old and on his birthday his buddy Arnold made sure to send some positivity his way.
The SkySlide is now open at the U.S. Bank Tower in Los Angeles. The slide is 45 feet long and it's made up of thick glass that can withstand hurricane winds. The slide takes people from the 70th floor of the building to the 69th floor and the slide sits 1,000 feet above Los Angeles.
JC Sheitan Tenet unfortunately lost his arm 22 years ago, but that hasn't stop him from tattooing people. A French artist named JL Gonzal modified an existing prosthetic arm by adding a tattoo gun to it allowing JC to continue doing what he loves.
There's a new building in Heinan, China, at the North China University of Water Conservancy and Electric Power, that's getting attention for all the wrong reasons. The new building is supposed to look prestigious, but people can't stop pointing out the fact that it looks like a toilet.
Étienne Garbugli is a marketing consultant from Montreal and he put together these slides full of advice that will hopefully make people more productive. If you want to get things done you need to manage your time better and these slides will help you figure out how to do it.
When this man turned to craigslist in an attempt to sell his Dodge Viper he wanted to make sure he did it with a clear conscience. In the ad he does his best to warn potential buyers about the dangers of owning this car, but all the ad really does is make people want to drive it even more.
A baby beluga whale recently washed up on the shores of the St. Lawrence River in Canada and it was saved by some kids. The kids and their family dug a hole and made sure they kept the whale hydrated until help arrived. Researchers from the Group for Research and Education on Marine Mammals later showed up an made sure the whale was placed with a pod of other beluga whales.
Employees of City District Customs Shenzhen, China, stopped a boat recently for going too fast and they immediately noticed that the men on the boat were acting nervous. Upon further investigation the officials found out that the men were trying to smuggle a load of iPhones worth over $300,000.