Wheeeeeee will be on Christmas vacation until
Monday, January 8th Friday, January 4. Until then, keep it mad fucking merry y’all. Peace and love.
Here’s a special treat for all you good little Wheeeeeeee-er’s out there. Sure, some of us should be expecting a stake in a coal mining concern this year, but to us you’re perfect just how you are–a little bored, kinda’ hungry and willing to sit and watch silly videos for a spell. We take our cue this week from some guys who knew a thing or two about giving back to their fans around the holidays. In 1960’s, the Beatles produced a specially recorded 45-rpm single for their fan club members each year that was chock full of shenanigans and holiday cheer. What we offer you today is a compilation of all of those singles. Enjoy your holidays and don’t forget to keep those receipts!
Ho-Ho-Ho from Wheeeeeeee
An ode to that greatest gift bestowed by the mighty cylinder. Thanks geometry!
POV flaking and rainy days always brings me down.
After a display like that can you really blame anyone for walking up to you and talking directly into your breasts like they’re microphones, instead of engaging your beautiful, but empty head? I kid, I kid, I’m sure she’s very s-m-r-t.
Hat tip to Juango
Dying around the holidays doesn’t have to suck anymore. In fact, it could be downright sexy if you’ve got the right frame of mind!
It’s simple! Drive to your local landing strip, ensuring your route has ultra-smooth roads. Enter the coordinates of your flight, making sure you have cleared your right to land well ahead of time. Exit the car and configure all gyroscopic elements, double- and triple-checking your work. Notify the FAA and other authorities. Secure your spot in line for takeoff. Make all final safety checks. Slowly feather the throttle and assume liftoff.
The flying car is here, and it’s for everyone!
via The Awl
WPIX NY, I hope you’re watching and taking notes.
If watching lamb carcasses get processed is something you can stomach, I promise you that this video—featuring a well-choreographed dance of robots cutting meat—will intrigue, mesmerize and perhaps even inspire. As far as I’m concerned, if technology can bring us a cheaper, better lamb rack, I’ll happily bow to our new knife-wielding overlords.