You've got enough to worry about for that upcoming job interview without stressing over whether or not you'll be judged by what you pee into a cup. And sometimes it's just too late to go all the way straight-and-narrow. Fortunately there are ways of maximizing the chance that your future employment won't be sidetracked by Friday night's doobie. Here's what you need to know to have your best chance at passing a urinalysis test.
Parisian Metro commuters were blessed with a seriously beautiful slice of heaven this morning, as a blazing hot bunsen burner depicting an insanely accurate profile portrait of the original Nike Air Max Plus Orange Tiger TN peeled out of the tunnels and onto the platform. How this was done is a mystery at this point, it’s almost as though the artist who created this work was gifted with the hand of Christ. The only clue left was a subtle yet stunning #AirMaxPlus sign-off down below.
Clearly moved by the pristine panel, one commuter was quoted as saying, ‘This is simply magnifique. To pay homage to such an icon in such a culturally relevant forum is pure genius. I think I may cry now, please leave me in peace.’ Another commuter marvelled at the work: ‘The fade… OMG, the fade. Is this perfection? Today I will call in sick and ride this metallic serpent up and down and round and round the lines until she is put to sleep.’ Paris Metro officials have put out a statement saying that they’re considering taking the carriage out of commission and donating it to The Musée National d’Art Moderne. Stay Tuned for updates, and if you’re in Paris and have any more sweet shots of this masterpiece please email through to firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo courtesy of MisterPaulo.
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Nike SB‘s rendezvous with Eddie Huang and Baohaus NY has yielded an SB Dunk High, dubbed the “Chairman Bao,” and it is now seen here in detail. Similar to recent looks at the SB Dunk High, beige terry cloth-like suede drapes the upper, with white doing work as an accent on the laces, tongue and inner lining. Polarized blue creeps up on the outsole, with the color also touching upon the tongue tab. The Baohaus x Nike SB Dunk High “Chairman Bao” is now available at select Nike SB retailers.
It can be hard to find good smack without leaving the comfort of your own home. At least it used to be. A new search engine for black markets is making it easier than ever to find anything from high quality heroin to assault rifles. The site even looks just like Google. It's called Grams, and it works remarkably well.
While other gadgets have gotten smaller and more streamlined, printers have generally remained space-hogging behemoths. Seemingly ignored in the quest to make computers and their accessories compact and ultra-efficient, most modern-day printers look like relics of the circa-2000, oversized beige PC era. One new concept aims to challenge that with a tiny mobile design that moves across paper of any size like a Roomba.
The Mini Mobile Robotic Printer makes it possible to take printing capabilities on the go with you along with your laptop, cell phone and other mobile devices. It prints from any device, including phones, and isn’t constrained by the paper size accepted by a conventional printer. It consists of a printhead on a set of small wheels that travels across a sheet of paper to print. An omni-wheel system enables the printer to turn in any direction.
Powered by a battery that can be recharged via USB, the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer has a small inkjet that lasts over 1,000 printed pages. Once charged, the battery gets an hour of printing time. While the first version will be grayscale only, Jerusalem-based ZUtA Labs aims to create a color version in the future.
Measuring just over 4.5 inches in length, the printer connects to gadgets wirelessly via Bluetooth. A Kickstarter campaign is currently raising production funds, and the first printers will go out to backers of the project in January 2015.
We're seeing Dodge's 2015 Challengers a bit earlier than expected, and there's actually eight of them. They mostly differ based on engines, some suspension and brake tweaks, and their hood designs, which are clearly inspired by the '71 Challenger's hoods. The new looks include the famous twin nostril hood and the fun shaker hoods.
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