For the first time, the U.
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"Kick it over here," said the quadrocopter, before murdering everyone.
What you see here is a king among rape vans, or as we call them here in the Uproxx offices, "molestation enthusiast conveyances".
Bob Dullam, a props artist from Michigan, deserves some props himself -- *lifts megaphone, waits for feedback to subside, clears throat* SEE WHAT I DID THERE.
Steve Saint of i-Tec had a problem to solve; how do doctors, missionaries, etc.
You might remember that we'd previously reported on the traffic-gulping two-story bus that China was so excited about.
Look, I'm not going to lie here: in high school, as I lacked the confidence to do things like talk to girls, I spent a lot of time studying the "circus arts", which is a fancy way of saying I spent hours teaching myself to juggle.
No, not that Enterprise.
Google has spent beekeeper at their campus, etc.
The 30-month-long Progressive Automotive X-Prize for marketable 100 MPGe* cars has come to an end, with three cars out of the 111 original teams splitting the $10 million prize.
We've been following Daniel Mellinger and Vijay Kumar's work at UPenn's GRASP Lab for awhile, mostly so we can be cursed to know the exact nature of our death, like a cyclops.
Don't you hate it when you leave a perfectly good can of Guinness just lying on the ground somewhere.
New Zealander Michael Wiles was riding his motorcycle when he noticed a barbecue grill discarded along the side of the road, so he did the only logical thing: wear it as a shirt and try to ride home at speeds of up to 46 mph on a busy freeway.
Rob Innes and Dan Piazza built their first submersible personal watercraft twelve years ago, and now run a company called Innespace, which sells the They're still working on a model that can also do barrel rolls.
We weren't planning on turning this morning into a parade of awesome modified vehicles, but when the magic happens you just gotta lie back and think of England.