It’s Sunday, the last day of the long weekend for many. If shopping is on your list, good luck and try not to lose it out there. Otherwise there’s always a nice warm house with football on the tube and cold ones in the fridge. The Slinks are nicely lined up below waiting for your click.

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18 | 8 Fine Men’s Salons – Razor Tales [4:15]

2013 Paris Airshow [5:33]

Inside the IIHS: Preparing for a crash test [4:49]

Inside the control room: turning NFL football into primetime television [13:25]

5 German words the English language doesn’t have [2:16]

Old school football – Art Donovan on The Tonight Show [6:29]

W-18 model engine – final assembly [8:33]

Meet Mr. Toilet [3:25]

Why the day after Thanksgiving is called “Black Friday” [2:24]
Why men have nipples [1:50]
Oru Burus [5:34]

Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata – 3rd Movement for electric guitar [6:16]
Story of The Bass [8:36]
Temptations – My Girl a capella [2:57]

Skiing horror [0:58]
A big F-You! [0:09]
2013 US Sumo Open: Byamba vs Kelly [0:24] – Warning! Turn volume down.


Portland Growler Company [3:34]
2013 Beer Gifting Guide
Left Hand Sawtooth Nitro pour in slo-mo [1:13]

Mike Tyson title fight vs. Trevor Berbick [9:08]

1958 Plymouth Fury – a living Christine [6:37]

Understanding Southern [6:40] – Bill Cosby and Marsha Brody – an old Fave

Top Gear gets run out of Alabama [7:55]

The Crossness Pumping Station – An “industrial cathedral” to steam [3:09]

’67 Camaro “Cherokee” concept show car [9:49] – Charley Hutton worked for Boyd Coddington. “Putty is my buddy.”

SR-71 RC jet [7:09]

Crazy MMA knockouts [3:24]

Insane moments on the drag strip [11:55]

Pirelli’s famous calendar turns 50 [4:56]

Eagles – Hotel California [6:35]

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  1. Jeff says:

    Greatest Top Gear episode ever! They need to get run out of every area they take their cameras in my opinion. I was hoping for more than just rocks thrown at them.

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