Jay Ohrberg, a unique member of the Hollywood community, is unsurpassed in the fields of automotive design and craftsmanship. He has created some of the most famous and spectacular vehicles on the large and small screens alike. Additionally, he has earned the title “The King of Show Cars” for his abilities as an experimental builder and imaginative designer of specialty show cars. Jay is also a preeminent collector of the cars that inspired him in his own career.
The latest generation of Taiwan love hotels are over-the-top pleasure dens, kitted out with full karaoke sound systems, massive jacuzzis and high-tech privacy protection. The Eden Motel in Kaohsiung may have the wildest theme rooms. There’s a “jail room” complete with concertina wire and fuzzy handcuffs. A “Japanese comic” room, with murals of erotic manga. And yes, even a “Batman” room.
Everybody must have heard about the show “Pimp My Ride” with the funny host Xzibit. Here you can see a selection of ten rides that have crazy and amazing interiors. You can find anything from Hello Kitty and Xbox interior to Retro and Rainbow interior. It must have cost loads of money to create something like that. Imagine owning one. I know I wouldn’t feel so comfortable riding in one of these because they attract way to much attention.
With World Cup fever spreading absolutely everywhere it’s not surprising that it has bled into the world of video games. And no, we’re not talking about the actual FIFA World Cup video game. We’re talking about the vuvuzela in Doom’s game. Watch the video below to see how powerful weapon is vuvuzela.
What’s plastic, a metre long, brightly coloured and sounds like an elephant? It’s the vuvuzela, the noise-making trumpet of South African football fans, and it’s come to symbolise the sport in the country. It’s an instrument, but not always a musical one. Describing the atmosphere in a stadium packed with thousands of fans blowing their vuvuzelas is difficult. Up close it’s an elephant, sure, but en masse the sound is more like a massive swarm of very angry bees. It’s […]
Dozens of fans of rival Greek hanball teams PAOK Salonika and AEK Athens have attacked each other with petrol bombs and knives, leaving at least 14 people hurt. PAOK fans apparently attacked a local fan club of AEK in the central town of Lamia, where they were due to play a cup match. AEK fans responded, and battles ensued in the streets and the venue.