We couldn’t let May the 4th pass by without a HUGE Star Wars Celebration Unboxing! Today we have the ultimate Star Wars bad guy – Darth Vader Star Wars art made by Tahitian artist Tahe.
The Playstation I controller was 10% larger in the US than in Japan to compensate for Americans larger hands.
Thousands of these stations are still broadcasting, but no one is sure if there are any spies still listening.
A cat nicknamed Unsinkable Sam survived the sinking of three different battleships during WWII.
Troy Haupt of North Carolina’s outer banks owns the only known recording of the Super Bowl I broadcast!
The Naki Sumo Festival is also known as the baby crying contest because in it, Sumo wrestlers compete to make babies cry.
Heineken beer bottles were once square so that they could function as bricks to build homes.
Bruce Lee could move so fast that he could snatch a dime from someone’s palm before they could close it—and leave a penny behind!
Built in 1902, Altoona, Pennsylvania’s, Leap-the-Dips is the oldest working roller coaster in the world!
If you can figure out how to get it in the front door, you’ll be sitting in style in this plane engine chair made from a Boeing 737.