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Tips of the Week: No-Slip Deck Grip, Climbing Walls, and Grinding Coffee

This week is a rather rag-tag (but hopefully, no less useful) collection of tips. Perhaps it was a slow week for great ah-ha moments around the shop. This is also the first column to introduce a few tips of my own. I want this column to be not only a place to post the most eye-opening, tried n’ …

Wushu Watch: Advanced Ways to Get Stabbed to Death

Fightland Blog<p>Screenshot via YouTube<p>Since prehistoric man smashed two flints together and accidentally formed a sharp edge, blades have been a necessary part of the human experience. We don’t have claws or sharp teeth and four hundred pounds of muscle to drag down gazelle, and you aren’t going to …

Martial Arts

How to improve your memory and never forget anything

Many of us regularly dream of the days when we can finally put our feet up and do the crossword after years in the workforce. However the answers to that crossword might not be as easy to recall as we imagine.<p>A recent study shows retirement causes brain function to rapidly decline, with short-term …

The Brain

1922 house and furnishings made entirely from varnished paper

Having successfully invented the paperclip-bending machine, engineer Elis F. Stenman set out to build a new summer home for himself in Rockport, Mass …

Quebec's Long History of Anti-Muslim Violence

Experts say Sunday’s horrific attack was years in the making.<p><i>This post originally appeared on VICE Canada.</i><p>Even before Sunday's horrific killing of six men at a Quebec mosque, violence directed against Muslims has been an open, dirty secret in the province. Community leaders have been complaining …

Rights & Freedoms

Pizzagate Is Just the Latest Sign We're Living in a Post-Truth Dystopia

The very concept of factual information is under assault.<p>On Sunday, a man was arrested after walking into a D.C. restaurant and firing at least one shot from an AR-15 rifle. Such an incident would not normally be considered national news in our trigger-happy culture, but the apparent motivation for …

Donald Trump

5 Books to Read After Westworld's "Well-Tempered Clavier"

From David Benioff to Margaret Atwood, here are the books that will quench your 'Westworld' thirst between episodes.<p>With just one episode left in</i> …

TV Series

Khabib Nurmagomedov Is So Terrifying He Told Michael Johnson to Give up During Their Fight

Fightland Blog<p>Photo by Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports<p>In this new Conor McGregor age of MMA, this money-fight/big-media era, when a fighter’s position in the rankings mean less than his ability to sell himself and the question of who deserves a title shot and who doesn’t has become increasingly …

MMA & UFC

The Italian Renaissance of Swordsmanship, Wrestling, and Boxing

Fightland Blog<p><i>This article is part of a series of the European Masters of Defence. Explorations of other countries are forthcoming.</i><p>The fall of the Roman Empire did not mean the death of martial arts in Italy. Romans were adept at blade fighting, and in fact, many of the Medieval masters utilized …

Martial Arts

How to Build a Go-Cart With Simple Tools and No Welder

Just because you don't have a welder doesn't mean you can't build your own mini driving machine.<p>Acquiring tools is a lifelong process. You probably started as a teenager with some screwdrivers, a wrench set and a hammer—but a welder is one of the last things you add to the collection, if you ever …

Honey wars: crime and killings in New Zealand's booming manuka industry

An extraordinary rise in the popularity of manuka honey has led to mass poisonings of bees, thefts, vandalism and beatings<p>It was the day the bees died – tens of thousands of them in 300 hives, mysteriously killed.<p>“The massacre”, as it is being called, happened in the otherwise idyllic landscape of …

New Zealand

A renegade photographer got inside this lawless Hong Kong community that was 119 times denser than New York City

It was called the Kowloon Walled City.<p>With a population of 33,000 squeezed into a tiny lot, at its peak the city was 119 times as dense as present-day New York City. Although it faced rampant crime and poor sanitation, the city was impressively self-sustainable until its demolition in 1993.<p>In the …

Hong Kong

How to Make Mini DIY Dust Collectors for Each Workshop Tool

No ductwork or blast gates to worry about.<p>A dust collection system is an important workshop safety feature, but investing in a dust collector and running ductwork and hoses around your shop can be expensive and time-consuming. Matthias Wandel enjoys building his own tools, so it's only natural that …

In conversation with Junot Díaz: on the force field of privilege and the power of art

There are few voices in American letters who write more beautifully and more humanely than Junot Díaz.<p>Díaz, who won a Pulitzer for <i>The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao</i>and received a MacArthur Genius Grant in 2012, writes about everything from love and fidelity to America’s legacy of colonialism to …

Literature

2 DIY Hair Rinses You Should Totally Try, and 2 You Should Avoid at All Costs

Confession: I am not a natural blonde. If my brown eyes and dark eyebrows weren't a dead giveaway, I'll openly admit to my standing appointment at …

Hair Care

This Scariest Zombie Prank Gives Passengers Almost A Heart Attack

The prank was organised for Brazilian TV show Silvio Santos Program with camera installed inside the public transportation. The hidden camera show …

My Kids Did Absolutely Nothing This Summer And It Was Fabulous

I still remember that July afternoon in the early ’80s. I was dressed in the summer uniform of my four-year-old self — my pink sequined tutu from …

Eiffel Tower

Mother of Child Genius winner: 'We weren't the first parents to intervene'

On the stage, 10-year-old Rhea was in her element. In her head, she correctly calculated 30 multiplied by four minus 19 multiplied by three, before announcing three hydrogen atoms and one nitrogen atom made up a molecule of ammonia.<p>Moments later, she snatched the title of Child Genius 2016 from her …

Marks & Spencer

Zombies Make Hellish Travel Companions in the South Korean Horror Film Train to Busan

After breaking box-office records in South Korean, <i>Train to Busan</i>—in which a zombie virus rapidly begins spreading between passengers on a bullet …

19 Magical Woodland Themed Tattoos You'll Love

For your wild(life) side.

Photos of a Woman Trying to Make It in Japan’s Rope Bondage Scene

Milla Reika is the rare woman in the male-dominated world of 'shibari.'<p>I first met Milla Reika in Osaka, Japan, 2009. New to the country, she overheard me bragging to my friends about a Japanese rope bondage show that I had been invited to. Upon hearing the word <i>shibari</i>, this Australian skater girl …

Japan

Indonesia's Mass Killings of 1965 Were Crimes Against Humanity, International Judges Say

An international panel of judges has declared that Indonesia committed crimes against humanity during the 1965–66 mass killings and that the U.S., …

Asia

Republicans Accused of Plagiarizing Entire Convention Scenario from Book of Revelation

CLEVELAND (The Borowitz Report)—The 2016 Republican National Convention became embroiled in another controversy on Tuesday, as Biblical experts accused Republicans of plagiarizing the entire Convention scenario from the Book of Revelation.<p>“The first thing that struck me, on Night One, was when the …

Michael Flynn

Yes, Balancing Rocks Is an Art—If You're This Good at It

All it takes Ishihana-Chitoku to make these stacked, temporary sculptures, is two hands and a little focus.<p>There's something beautifully surreal about seeing inanimate objects, be they playing cards or matches, precariously stacked on top of one another. Over the years, it's actually been …

Art

Pakistani men can beat wives 'lightly,' Islamic council says

<b>(CNN) —</b> The leader of a Pakistani Islamic council has proposed a bill that allows husbands to "lightly beat" their wives as a form of discipline.<p>In the 75-page proposal, Mohammad Khan Sheerani suggests a light beating is acceptable should the need arise to punish a woman. The proposal bans forceful …

Menstruation

The Wicked Boy is finally redeemed

Kate Summerscale rediscovers a sensational case of juvenile matricide in Victorian London — and an adult life spent making atonement<p>During the heatwave in the summer of 1895, the Gentlemen <i>v.</i> Players match at Lords Cricket Ground on 8 July attracted more than 12,000 spectators. Among the crowd that …

The Double Life of Peter Arno, *The New Yorker’*s Most Influential Cartoonist

Born into privilege in 1904, educated at Hotchkiss and Yale, Curtis Arnoux Peters Jr. found fame as cartoonist Peter Arno, satirizing the New York elite he knew so well while remaining one of society’s most dashing figures. Ben Schwartz recalls the affairs, brawls, and scandals that marked Arno’s …

Times Square

How Police Failed to Find America's First Serial Killer

<i>Between December 1884 and December 1885, six women and a twelve year old girl were found murdered in the small city of Austin, Texas, their bodies mutilated by axes, knives, bricks and even iron rods that had been driven into their ears. At the time, the concept of a serial killer was unknown.</i> …

Crime