Cat Poo Brew – Would you try it?

Bennett’s Fresh Roast in Fort Myers will brew what’s known as the world’s most expensive, rare and bizarrely harvested coffee. The price tag for a 12-ounce cup: $20. Kopi Luwak coffee beans are eaten by civets in Indonesia, then pass through the cat-like critter’s digestive tract before being collected and processed for brewing. The so-called “cat-poo coffee,” featured on “Oprah” and in the movie “The Bucket List,” sells for $190 a pound. Sound disgusting? Coffee connoisseurs claim gastric juices in the civet’s system enhance the beans’ flavor. If E. coli is a concern, Bennett’s owner Bob Grissinger roasted the beans at 600 degrees and brews coffee to about 200, reports the Fort Myers News-Press. Video I would try anything once… however I am starting to debate...

Popping Popcorn with Cellphones

This is probably what it does to our brain power – like putting your head in a Microwave. Check this out. And we’re supposed to believe that cell phones are completely safe? Pop Corn téléphone portable micro-ondes by...

Swiss Suicidal Cows

In the picturesque Swiss village of Lauterbrunnen, the locals are worried. Dozens of alpine cows appear to be committing suicide by throwing themselves off a cliff near the small village in the Alps. In the space of just three days, 28 cows and bulls have mysteriously died after they plunged hundreds of metres to rocks below where they were killed instantly. In each case, local mountain rescue services using a helicopter had to be called in to remove the bodies because of the danger to the local groundwater of pollution.A police spokesman said: ‘There are no large carnivores living in the Alps anymore who would once have disposed of the bodies so they have to be moved. ‘We are investigating because cows growing up in the mountains normally can estimate dangers and do not plunge down cliffs. According to local reports, there had been violent thunderstorms in the area which may well have spooked the animals. Cows wandering at high altitude are a common sight across much of the Alps, where farmers let them loose to graze on the green plateaus above the villages. Often carrying large bells around their necks, most are dairy cows as the mix of vegetation and grasses at that high altitude are particularly good for milk and for making cheese. Cows do occasionally fall to their deaths in these Alpine regions although it is rare for so many to fall in one particular place. There has been speculation in the past that when this does happen it is because a tightly-grouped number have followed each other as they search for more...

The Infomercial For The Infomercial Stopper

Pure bureaucracy, sort of like a secretary having a secretary… luckily this is a parody of infomercials collectively.  However could you imagine if this was real…...

8-Bit Video Games Done With Legos

1500 hours in creation of this tribute to 8-bit games. I wonder what else could be done with Legos… Post Reply if you know of something cool like...