Too bad I’m poor
Judging by the smooth, rotational sliding of this contraption, I can safely say that this is too expensive for me.
Clever use of space? More like Clever use of engineering degree.
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This looks cool but my experience of these clever space-saving cupboards is that with even moderate use they come off their tracks or otherwise fuck up and are a pain to fix. Dusty and grit accumulates on the mechanism and is hard to remove. The contents of the cupboard falls into the mechanism and needs to be removed to unjam it.
These things are fine for rich people who barely use their kitchen, but for actual cooking give me a simple cupboard and stepping stool every time.
My 5’2 wife’s eyes widened
Very nice rack.
I want a house full of little tricks like this. Imagine how annoyed guests would get
I like that a lot! any idea what hardware was used to accomplish that movement?
I'd be curious to see the plans
What is the circular object on the counter nearby?
Rich people spice rack
Surely a regular door would save even more space
That’ll be $4000
Daft use of space. Simple shelves could fit almost 4 times as many spices.
The fact that it comes down is a terrible use of space. Youve just lost a whole foot of space
Uses more space than a regular sliding set of shelves...
Does look cool as fuck though, and expensive.
Or you can just put a door on it
Where can I get one of these?
I would probably fill it with mini liquor bottles.
And that was a clever use of space.
Is that Molly from Bon Appétit YouTube videos?
Next level shit!Omfg
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We all know only 2 of those spices have been used more than once, let's be honest. Everyone comes from a home where there is some spice in your cabinet that not even your mom says she has ever heard of, must have been passed down by grandma.
I’d never get any cooking done. If i somehow managed to complete a meal, it would be extra spicy.
This is all fine and dandy until the cumin bottle tips over in there and the whole contraption gets stuck.
I don’t get it, can you just have a spice rack where the original position is without the sliding to save even more space (and money)
Shelf life 1 year before it jams and is never used again
With my luck my fucking housemates would leave all the spices scattered around on the countertop every damn time they cook anyways.
Still probably wont season the meat right
Kinda cool, but also pointless and over-engineered imo.
Am I the only one who doesn't use that many spices ever?
I've seen to many of this to be impressed, i had one in my mother's house but for the panty
White people don't season their food, lies!!!!
Trump: Holdup on that last one...
Id fill that with jars of weed
Very spicy very nice
How I feel when I swallow my gum
Snake boi becomes chunk
Me when I’m eating a whole stack of Pringle’s
My ex was better
What if at the end he would just crush the egg while its in the snake?
c o n s u m e t h e e g g
Wow that's crazy how nature do that.
U know when u accidentally swallow a potato chip imagine how this feels
Snakes should be porn stars...
Snakes are so weird man
The blinking lights aren’t in sync. They have brought shame to their family.
They can literally retreat in seconds.
I might be totally wrong but I have the idea that the Chinese military spends a lot of time doing pointless drill actions.
Me when I find out she has a kid
Perfect for those days when the entire battalion forgets their wallets back at the base.
Oh no! Uneven terrain!!! How will we turn around now? I guess we have to keep going. Damn. In hindsight I think a steering column would have been more versatile than a spinny-piston...
Think its faster than a normal u turn?
We have the advantage!
Of what, exactly?
Synchronized truck dancing, of course.
Now try the same again, but this time with the trucks full of troops and cargo
A Moai being frog marched to his execution.
But I thought I just saw something about these actually being super tall and buried under the ground.
This was from what the 1970s? They later decided rolling it on logs was much safer and easier so they wouldn't break them every third time.
I move heavy furniture the way, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle. Do they know why there were displayed where they were?
That seems made up, since someone covered his eyes
Gum gum for dum dum.
It would be much easier to capture aliens, bury them so only their head shows, then cast Flesh to Stone
High risk and must’ve taken so long to reach its destination. Fair enough
How you wanna shoot this?
Get the drone waaaayyyy out in front so people can almost see what’s going on but not really. Then, when it catches up swing to the left and pan back so you just see the pipe disappearing.
Alright. Your call.
That feeling when you Crack your back and it cracks all the way up the bone ladder
So you think there's 0 fractures in that pipe?
Was waiting for the ace Ventura slinky ending
That old boy can lay pipe for miles
"Its twisted..take it back out"
I did not want that to end. 😀
How one goes about drinking a milkshake.
Physics people - Is this conservation of momentum?
I may be in my 30’s, but that doesn’t mean me, or, my inner monologue is even trying to grow up. That title means something else.
Now you get to air test it and fix all the broken spots.
Holy shit. What a time to be alive.
1) this isn’t revolutionary
2) it probably won’t save millions of lives considering it will never be cost affective for the types of wards who will need it the most
The heart beat in this gif adds a nice touch.
In the UK? Sure. In the US and don't have good insurance? Hahahahaha
THROMBOWIRE is the name of my next band.
Is there a version of this where i can look at them for longer?
Some of them are really cool and some of them I don’t get the vision
"This guy uses ordinary objects to make shadows and doodles on them"
Why do people create videos like this that speeds through everything and doesn’t give you the option to pause
I’d rather see artwork, using un-ordinary objects.
Thanks, I haven’t seen this on Reddit this week.
Someone buy this man a drink.
In contrast to blood, plasma can be donated as often as once every 2 weeks, and Mr. Harrison has donated 1,173 times. This results in an average of one donation every three weeks for 57 years.
Commenting on his record, he said: "I could say it's the only record that I hope is broken, because if they do, they have donated a thousand donations."
Here’s the cause of Rhesus disease from the wiki
During any pregnancy a small amount of the baby's blood can enter the mother's circulation. If the mother is Rh negative and the baby is Rh positive, the mother produces antibodies (including IgG) against the rhesus D antigen on her baby's red blood cells. During this and subsequent pregnancies the IgG is able to pass through the placenta into the fetus and if the level of it is sufficient, it will cause destruction of rhesus D positive fetal red blood cells leading to the development of Rh disease. It may thus be regarded as insufficient immune tolerance in pregnancy. Generally rhesus disease becomes worse with each additional rhesus incompatible pregnancy.
No joke, how many people can say they saved over 2 million lives? Not many people deserve a statue of them. This guy deserves a statue.
Small correction of the text: His blood doesnt contain an antigen that cures Rhesus disease. His plasma however contains a certain IgM-Antibody which is unable to pass through the placenta, thous preventing rhesus disease in mothers who recieve said antibody. The so called "Rhesus prophylaxis"
Not all superheroes wear capes
Like the monkey?
Still not enough to get into the Good Place. The algorithm is airtight!
being kind is so rewarding
This man is the hero we need
My grandfather gave sixteen gallons of blood in his life. Not because he was any more moral than the next guy, but because he got a free doughnut and another hour added to his lunch break. His doctor tried to get him to stop one pint before his 16th gallon but once he told him how close he was his doctor said it was ok.
Quick question can those kids know produce those antigens or did his blood running through their body only cure it? Does that mean in the future we will have that many more people able to donate their blood to help others with a similar disease from those children?
Talk about leaving a legacy behind, Mr James Harrison certainly Will! Blessings to this kind man.Karen
It's like the good guy ending to Bioshock
I thought this was the LB for the Steelers haha
I this all truth?
I got chills, what a legend
That’s an amazing story! What a hero!
And most of y'all can't leave a tip
You could make a difference too if you just went and donated your blood, or bone marrow. Even just once it could very well end up saving someone.
Thank you sir, for the many precious lives you saved!💜
This is heroism.
What a selfless guy, this is proof that there are still good people out there
Man, you should have seen me donate blood for the first time. I'm a pretty thin guy but finally hit a good weight to donate; 95% of the way through and every was going fine, until I lost my vision for a few minutes and nearly lost consciousness and fought a horrible fit of vertigo for a while after. I sure hope this guy didn't suffer with all of his donations
Why’d he stop donating?
Not only is this dude a hero for the donations he also has a superpower making him a super hero lol
I thought you couldn’t donate if you have received blood?
Faith in humanity=Restored!
Harold is that you??
... and he died because he had no blood left, the end. :)
Hitler proved that one man can make a difference
Pshhh don’t fall for it. James Harrison plays linebacker in the nfl
I was worried that “last blood donation” meant he died, as far as I can tell he’s still alive, Australia just has an age limit on blood donation
Edit he donated 1173 times. Averaging once every 3 weeks.
This man has the carbon footprint of a Baltic state
Serious question, probably stupid, but once he dies will they attempt to drain him of all his blood? Is that even possible? Eager for a reply
So much for being anonymous
In what scenario do you need 13 litres of blood for a single surgery?
I can never donate blood (in the US) because I lived in the UK as a small child. (Bovine encephalitis, I believe is the fear.)
It’s always kinda bugged me. Feel like flying to the UK and donating someday.
He's got a better heart than most people in this world. He is an honest legend for having the time, patience, heart, and love to do that.
What do you mean... Last donation...
It's his last because he is all dried up.
hope each donation came with a tug... he deserves it
Either i can't count right, or 2.4million babies is alot smaller of a number than i thought.
Very cool. Must have quite the universal impact. Over a year ago, another redditor was similarly impressed. So similarly that they took a picture with the exact same angle, and even gave their post the exact same title. Interesting.
How many whale sculptures have you seen, OP?
Right, like a whale did this.
I thought it was one of those blue jiggly tube toys with little plastic fish inside at first.
No you havent, stop spreading lies
Accurate as it's full of plastic.
Would be amazing if it was a fish tank.
This looks like one of those plastic-water filled toys where it slides out of your hands
Plastic bags inside would be more accurate.
Woah dude, the detail of this sculpture are really...
How many whale sculptures have you seen?
Wow! Where is this?
only whale sculpture i’ve ever seen. Unless they make a sculpture of my ex wife
I thought it was a bull...without legs
What is the light blue stuff made out of?
This is a whale of a sculpture.
Yeah me too, and trust me when I say I’ve seen a lot of whale sculptures in my time.
Did anyone think it was toothpaste when they saw it?
What about that one over there
How many whale sculptures have you seen?
The sculptor did very whale!
How many whale sculptures have you seen? This is my first. It's very good.
Shouldn’t it be filled with plastic bags and cigarette ends?
and brother... I've seen a lot of whale sculptures!
I also see a crocodile inside
How many whale sculptures have you seen to verify this one is the best
I eat dat stuff everyday
Whale let me tell you something, I agree, it's a sight to Sea for sure.
Ever seen a statue of Amy Schumer?
I prefer this very different whale sculpture if this counts as a sculpture.
What about the one behind it?
How many have you seen?
Yea but how many whale sculptures have you seen?
that is really cool! To be more realistic though they should add 100lbs of plastic garbage to the stomach.
Well. China is fucking wild
Indian and China, y’all are fuckin too much.
After WWII you can see the baby boom.
Watching Mexico fall off the map after being introduced to European pathogens was wild and pretty sad.
Holy fuck India! I wish people had condoms.
Seems like something is wonky with China numbers here...there are a couple of massive shifts in population over very short periods of time. Maybe just issues in the underlying data. Still very interesting.
How many mass die-offs has China had?
Woah, wtf happened to Turkey?
The Germany drop in the 40’s is depressing
I would have expected African countries to be more predominant....
1500’s Native Americans: Well shit.
China: Not gonna lie, they had us in the first halfIndia: Fck off cnt
dang, I had $20 in India winning
Every time China started to dwindle, they came back at super speed to catch up the India wtf
People like to ask whether the Chinese were aware of the Romans 2000 years ago. From looking at that it seems like the Romans were irrelevant. China was just far bigger and more populated.
Coming into the 1800s and China takes the lead!
why did we start with a US?
And yet Africa would easily top many of those countries but because Africa comprises many smaller countries it doesn’t appear. Blows my mind the populations of some of those cities.
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