More than a million Twitter users have watched a video shared by NowThisNews producer Dan Milano showing his brother and noted spud artisan Greg Milano sculpting the vehicle out of this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. Because it’s not considered “playing with your food” if you’re slaving away to the muse. … [Read more...] about Is This Tesla’s Best Electric Carb?
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Eat Well in Your Dorm Room While many may hit up the fast food joints around campus, you can easily cobble together hearty meals in your own dorm room as well. As far as I’m aware, most dining halls will allow you to take small food items, such as piece of fruit or sandwich, with you. In addition to those, it’s a good idea to have some non-perishable items at the ready. … [Read more...] about How to Eat Healthier in College (and Avoid the “Freshman 15”)
So I have to build an ignition system, swap on some tires, weld up and adapt an exhaust system, throw in a fan and some heater hose, install a carburetor, and get everything tuned properly. Plus, I need to have a look at my brakes, since they feel a bit spongey. … [Read more...] about I’m In A Mad Dash To Fix My Long-Dead Jeep J10 By Friday’s Toledo Jeep Fest
Slamming Pain Killers: Don't load up on over-the-counter pain killers before bed. Not only do drugs like Aspirin and Acetaminophen have short windows of effectiveness in the body—you'll be asleep for their most effective time—but they're hard on your stomach and liver. That's not normally an issue when you're sober, but now is the time to pay attention to those bottle-warnings. Acetaminophen is especially harsh on your liver—thus the big warning on the box of Tylenol about not taking it along with alcohol. Save the pain killers for the next day and only if you really need them—again, you need to let your body focus on purging the alcohol. Photo by DraconianRain. … [Read more...] about Hangover Cures: Myth, Legend, and Fact
Also stretching credulity is the fact that while barns are typically pretty dark, creepy places, this Lagonda's dash and wood obviously shows the deleterious effects of significant time spent in the sun - including cracking clear coat and splits in the leather dash cap. On the other hand, backing up the barn life claim, the paint does look like, on more than one occasion, a cow has popped a squat on it. But the wheels - those over-sized, over-spoked wire wheels - don't look like they've been spending time in any barn, unless it's one owned by Coolio. The seller does say that the factory wheels are included in the deal. … [Read more...] about For $20,000, how you gonna keep ‘em down on the farm?
By about 10, I can get into the core of my job: promoting Lifehacker’s work on our various social channels. For every story on the site, I post two tweets (one when the story goes live and another later that night), usually a Facebook post, and less often, a blurb on Instagram. We publish about 20 stories per day, so that keeps me pretty busy. I have to read every story before I promote it, because there’s often an interesting nugget or quote in the story that didn’t make the on-page headline, but that offers a perfect little teaser for a tweet or Facebook caption. … [Read more...] about I’m Tim Mulkerin, Lifehacker Social Media Editor, and This Is How I Work