CNET: Nintendo: ‘It’s on like Donkey Kong’ is ours
The game company announced today that it has requested a trademark for the phrase from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Nintendo said its trademark application is “in honor” of the upcoming launch of Donkey Kong Country Returns on November 21.
That just makes it officially uncool to say anymore.
CNN.com: Nearing 50, Renaissance jock Herschel Walker breaks fitness rules
He eats once a day, skipping breakfast and lunch. After a long, intense day of training, he eats salad and bread for dinner. He doesn’t care for meat or fuss about getting enough protein. Walker’s a vegetarian
Sometimes, Walker doesn’t have an appetite and will go through seven hours of wrestling, kickboxing, sparring and practicing jujitsu without having eaten for three or four days.
Herschel Walker looks like he’s doing something right. He’s got a body that most 25 year old guys would envy.
His work out is ridiculous, though.
At 5:30 a.m., Walker wakes up to do 750 to 1,500 push-ups and about 2,000 sit-ups.
Craftzine.com: Amazing Banksy “Flower Thrower” Costume via Gizmodo
This is my favorite Halloween costume that I’ve seen this year.
It’s based on Banksy’s iconic Flower Thrower stencil. Click the link for more detailed pictures.
SteveThomasArt: Vintage Star Wars travel posters
Fun Star Wars retro travel posters. The artist hopes to be able to have all 8 posters available for sale soon.
SkyNews: Tom Cruise In Dubai Stunt For M:I:IV Film
Hollywood star Tom Cruise has performed a breathtaking stunt for his latest film by dangling from the world’s tallest building.
Wow. If this is really Tom Cruise doing his own stunt, that’s pretty amazing. Tom Cruise is shown running across the glass of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building.
NYTimes.com: Street Art Way Below the Street
A vast new exhibition space opened in New York City this summer, with a show 18 months in the making. On view are works by 103 street artists from around the world, mostly big murals painted directly onto the gallery’s walls.
A cool exhibit that the public will never see because it’s installed in an abandoned underground NYC subway station.