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Baglietto Yacht

Perfect for a Bond villain and crafted from aluminum, the Baglietto 46M Fast Yacht features an exterior and interior designed by Francesco Paszkowski. This luxurious watercraft offers 5-star accommodations for up to 12 guests and ten crew. It's powered by dual MTU 16v4000 M93L engines producing a combined output of 4,615-horsepower, enabling it to hit a cruising speed of 20 knots and a top speed of 26 knots. Its 1,000 nautical mile range lets you enjoy all the luxuries inside and out. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a poor man's selfie drone.

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Happier Camper HC1

This may look like a mini Volkswagen Minibus at first, but it's actually the Happier Camper HC1. This modular camper boasts a durable fiberglass shell, spacious rear hatch, side entry door, three large panoramic windows, and a 100W solar panel. Inside, you'll find a a premium BOSE sound system, USB / AC power outlets, a tablet docking station, heated shower, and seating / resting areas. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Manhattan JEt

Sleek and retro-futuristic, the Embraer Manhattan Jet is inspired by New York's famous Art Deco scene and based on the Lineage 1000E. It boasts a striped blue exterior, while its luxurious interior has been fitted with plenty of mahogany, brass, and gold accents. Passengers also get to experience a Cloud Club lounge, which consists of a bar and a large panoramic city loft window, while the Crystal Room offers dining for up to six at once. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Milky Way Volcano

Photo credit: Albert Dros via Bored Panda

Dutch photographer Albert Dros spent weeks in Guatemala waiting for the perfect moment to capture the Fuego volcano aligned perfectly beneath the Milky Way Galaxy. "First of all I used Photopills to plan the position of the milky way. Then I used the tools I found online to 'get to know' the volcano by observing scopes, recent activity logs and webcams. Last I called the local weather station when I finally arrived in Guatemala multiple times to get a recommendation about the weather up there above 3000m. When clear skies were predicted in combination with lots of activity i made my move to try my luck," said Dros. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Giant Icebergs Town

A small town in Newfoundland has become a popular tourist attraction after a massive 150-foot iceberg appeared off its coast. That's right, the Southern Shore highway near the town of Ferryland was blocked over the Easter weekend as people rushed to see and photograph the massive iceberg. "It's not moving out of there unless this winds stay up for another while, because [the iceberg's] right in on the shallow ground," said resident Don Costello. Continue reading for another drone video, more pictures and information.

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Native Campervans

Native Campervans look normal on the outside, but open the doors? You'll see it's a tiny home on wheels. Featuring a queen-sized bed, kitchenette, seating area, and lots of storage areas for your gear. "[Right now] the vehicles run off an ancillary battery that is charged when the van is moving. One hour of driving charges the vehicle for one day. This supports the lights, refrigerator and inverter so individuals can charge their electronics. No plug-ins at campgrounds necessary," said founder Dillon Hansen. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video explaining why you're always tired.

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Bliss Mobil


Available in 5-different models, and all based on the Mercedes-Benz Unimog platform, the Bliss Mobil expedition vehicles are designed for those who seek to go anywhere in comfort. Their solar-powered 20' model can comfortably sleep between 4-6 people, while the next step down can fit 2 adults. The containers themselves feature a rugged steel frame, and a roof lined with high-quality monocrystalline solar panels that charge its Lithium-ion batteries. Buyers can also opt for a home control system, exterior luggage carrier, motorbike lift, a roof terrace, 60-liter freezer, outdoor kitchen, air conditioning, a small bathroom, and more. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus being tested with a hammer and knife.

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Funny Bar India

India's Supreme Court recently banned the sales and serving of liquor within 500-meters of national and state highways. This new ruling hit business owners hard, and many had to shut down their operations in just weeks. But one resourceful bar owner in Kerala, India devised an effective, yet low-tech, way of bypassing the law. The owner of Aishwarya Bar in North Paravoor, a suburb of Kochi, hired some workers and spent 3-days putting up a series of concrete blocks to turn the previously straight walkway into a maze that leads right up to the entrance. Now, the walking distance from the highway to his bar is approximately 520-meters, making it legal to sell liquor. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Desert Dome Camp

This may not be an actual human colony on Mars, but it's probably as close as most will get to one. Freedomes partnered with SunCity Camp to create a dome tent camp experience in Wadi Rum, Jordan, or where "The Martian" was filmed. The camp consists of approximately twenty geodesic domes and will cost between $159 to $318 a night, depending on how many luxuries you need. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Market Square Tower Glass Pool

Houston's Market Square Towers has a unique feature not found in other hotels, a pool that sits 500 feet up in the air, complete with a transparent 8-inch thick plexiglass bottom. Unfortunately (or fortunately), it's only accessible to residents, or those that pay at least $1,800 per month for a 564-square-foot studio, all the way up to $18,715 for a 3,000-square-foot penthouse. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when a drone gets struck by lightning.

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