I mean, if the Temple of the Gods is as much of a water temple that Wind Waker has, then that does explain a lot.
its too early to be laughing
this is the single funnies thing I’ve ever seen in minecraft
How many years later and this is STILL funny
i cant stop fucking laughing
We sat down with the Parks and Recreation star, Nick Offerman, who plays the whiskey-quaffing, meat-loving Ron Swanson in the show, and talked about building things.
Popular Science: One of our favorite Ron Swanson lines is: “Any moron with a crucible, an acetylene torch, and a cast-iron waffle maker could have done the same…. People who buy things are suckers.” How much have your own interests crept into your TV character?
Nick Offerman: A great deal of Ron is taking aspects of my life and writing them in a cartoony way. I would not have the ability to rip a couple sconces off the wall and hand you a couple wedding rings a half an hour later, but I do make a lot of stuff at my shop. It’s a frequent topic around the writers’ room. The fact that I could make a canoe or a paddle or a jig for flattening wood slabs seems like absolute necromancy to them.
(Photo by F. Scott Schafer)
Behold: the Ryno Bike. The one-wheeled, electric powered motorcycle that you probably want for your own.
Also, see what other fantastic things we’re obsessed with from April 2014
(Photo courtesy of Ryno)
The XStat, a pocket-sized syringe full of sponges, is a new and much faster way to plug wounds on the battlefield and emergency situations.
On April 3, the FDA announced it had approved XStat as a first-of-its-kind medical dressing.
XStat is part of Popular Science’s eighth annual Invention Awards. Click here to see a flat bike helmet, a robotic exoskeleton, and more from our 2014 Invention Awards.
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