Jul 122015
Rubik’s Cube Magician Steven Brundage Fools Penn & Teller

As the name of the show on CW implies, Fool Us features guest magicians who try their best to fool veteran illusionists Penn & Teller. It’s not an easy feat. But Rubik’s Cube magician was successful. Just watch as he blows the minds of Penn & Teller and the audience. 


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Jul 102015
Claw Machines ARE Rigged

We’ve all tried to play that claw machine at the laundromat or mall. And it seems the machine has got to be cheating. Just when your stuffed animal is about to drop into the shoot, the claw seems to always just let go. Well now it’s official. Last month, it was revealed that most claw machines have a special algorithm that allows owners to control how often the claw actually has full power to pick up a toy, reports Vox. This video has over 2 million views!


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Jul 082015
World’s Largest K’Nex Ball Machine Is Gigantic

Beyond the Brick is focused exclusively on LEGO, but veered from their usual programming to feature their building toy cousin, K’Nex. Austin Granger has been building giant K’Nex projects for years now, and has finally finished his largest yet, the world largest K’Nex ball machine located at Brickmania headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Balls travel on two paths, going up elevators, through loops, and more!


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Jun 302015
Nerf Dart Stuck Onto Guy’s Eyeball Is Beyond Creepy

Apparently, this guy had the genius idea to see if he could stick nerf darts to his eyes. Thanks to his contacts, he was actually successful. This resulting video by Charles Tietjen is beyond creepy and has gone viral with over 900,000 views! My eyes hurt just by watching!


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Jun 192015
How To Make A Tiny Motorboat From A Juice Carton

Now that the kids are out of school they will most likely sit inside on the computer all day like the rest of us adults. But if you’re interested in at least trying to get the kids outside this summer, here’s a very cool and simple arts and crafts project to make a tiny toy motorboat using an old drink carton and a handheld fan by Dave Hax. It’s actually kind of surprising how well it works. 


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