Burying The Lede

Burying The Lede

In the journalism biz, “burying the lede” refers to neglecting to stress the most important part of a story. In this case, our friends at Beals Science channel think they’ve got a hot topic with their home made bowling ball cannon. Now don’t get me wrong, we’re completely down with the bowling ball cannon. We love the bowling ball cannon. Their bowling ball cannon is right up there with punkin chunkin artillery and potato bazookas. But it’s background noise compared to their salvaged jeep.

Stop talking about the cannon. Tell me where I can get a salvaged postal jeep! Tell me what modern daVinci designed and built the rebar grill on your jeep! Inquiring minds want to know. I already know how to blow stuff up. What about the jeep!

OK, shelling the toilet on the outro almost makes up for burying the lede. Almost

(Thanks to old friend Charles Schneider for sending that one along.)

No Pain, No Gain. No Kidding

No Pain, No Gain. No Kidding

Seriously, everyone needs to start skipping gym class in school, and start paying attention in Physics, and Engineering, and Interior Design classes. They should all probably revert to letting their mothers dress them, too, or at least buy mirrors.