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- The Construction Of The New World Trade Center
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Wednesday, May 2, 2012
After eight years and over 1,250 feet later, the new World Trade Center is the tallest building in Manhattan. Here it is, from the ground to the sky.
There's supposed to be something wonderful about Tiggers, but whatever that wonderful thing is, it probably has little to do with this debauchery. On the other hand, most of this is cooler than hanging out with a dude named Pooh.
Not everyone can be happy with a factory paint job and a bumper sticker that talks about how awesome their dog is. Some people need to use a car to express their love of all things great and nerdy.
This college freshman thought it'd be awesome to make his dorm the most automated dorm room possible and he was right. Romantic mode has got to work for him some day.
This guy gives what we think might be one of the funnier wedding speeches we've heard. His delivery is great and the moral at the end is nice as well.
This dude climbs 60 feet up scaffolding during the Creamfields Music Festival, then to the horror of the crowd loses his balance and falls. The man is rushed to the hospital, but still in the party spirit checks himself out and returns to the festival one hour later.
A female Red Sox fan gets into a heated shouting match and takes on Section 328 at Yankee's stadium. This might be the most heated rivalry in baseball, but on Friday night both teams got the win.
McDonalds is the most popular restaurant chain on the planet, so it's no surprise that it's going to attract all kinds of people and things that maybe you're just not going to see at Gary's Burger Barn.
At a regional MMA event, a 53-year-old spectator named Tim was asked if he’d come in as a replacement for a fighter who had dropped out at the last minute. Tim agreed, and found himself staring down a 21-year-old opponent just an hour later.
1st collector for Apple Upgrading Retail Stores to Fend Off Burglars
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Apple is temporarily closing a number of retail stores to beef up on security, according to several sources.
Apple has had quite a bit of trouble with some retail stores getting vandalized and robbed, mainly because it was easy for burglars to smash through the glass entrance and walk away with Macs, iPhones, and iPads worth tens of tho...
1st collector for Quick Look: The Walking Dead (with Gameplay Video)
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Within the first hour of The Walking Dead video game, my character has slipped on human blood two times, which, in my view, is a bad sign for the coming zombie-based adventures that will involve Lee Everet and Clementine.
Telltale Games has managed to get access to The Walking Dead rights, which have already spawned a very solid television series in addition to the core comic book, and they appear to have created a solid modern adventure game around it, complete with multiple-choi...
In a video interview with The Verge, former Apple executive Tony Fadell discusses iPhone prototypes and how Apple eventually did away with the hardware keyboard, in favor of a touch-screen.
Regarded as the father of the iPod, Fadell left Apple a few years ago to start his own company, Nest.