Archive: November 2, 2012

I was rewatching this video about the last pair of giant scissors in LA and thought about how scissors were made. Luckily for me, there’s a video showing just exactly how they are made (just not at that scale). Don’t lie to yourself, you’ve always wanted to know how scissors were made too.


I guess the most famous gourmet sausage place in LA would be Wurstküche, and while that place is definitely worth visiting, the best tasting sausage might be at Dog Haus Biergarten in Old Town, Pasadena. As the name suggests, it’s a great place to drink with friends too, but if you’re just down for a delicious […]

The beginning takes a bit to get going, but keep watching to see how they turn 100% pure aluminum into thin sheets that you can then use for cooking. Is anybody else thinking Terminator while watching this?

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I don’t talk about it much anymore, but I’m really glad that the friendship bonds I made while I lived in Australia are still as strong as they are. We may not talk everyday like I do with some people who live much closer, but when Rainer and I do meet up, we catch up […] has closed!

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