Category Archives: MISC

Labuan Fisherman Reeled In 530 lbs Grouper, Sold It For A Cool $3,250

Grouper of gigantic proportion isn’t new. Though so, it is not everyday you read about someone reeling one in. Granted, the enormous grouper a Labuan fisherman reeled in is not the largest grouper yet, but man, at 241 kilograms (531 lbs), it was not something to sniff at either. The unnamed fisherman caught what he described as “a fish of a golden time” with a rod and reel, but it wasn’t a walk in the park hauling this sea beast in. Continue reading Labuan Fisherman Reeled In 530 lbs Grouper, Sold It For A Cool $3,250

Insurance Salesman Posed As “Lord Voldermort”, Demanding Clients To Send Him Bitcoins

While some people are fined with just cosplaying as Harry Potter’s arch nemesis Lord Voldemort, one Insurance Agent in Singapore took it a step further, but without dressing up as the nose-less villains. To be precise, he merely assumed the ‘role’ of Lord Voldermort by using the fictional character’s infamous name and like the villains himself, he was up to no good. Continue reading Insurance Salesman Posed As “Lord Voldermort”, Demanding Clients To Send Him Bitcoins

Honor V20 (View20) Bagged Guinness Word Records’ Largest Photo Mosaic

Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor, is really going all the way out to promote its latest Honor V20, AKA Honor View20, smartphone – specifically, the “world’s first” 48 MP camera. The company has recently leveraged on the device’s 48 MP camera to achieve Guinness World Record for The Largest Photo Mosaic (image). The mosaic features 30,000 photos (or 29,480 photos, to be precise) captured by Honor V20’s 48 MP AI Ultra Clarity mode to piece together the world’s largest photo mosaic that spread across 2,323.96 square meter (25,014.90 square feet). Continue reading Honor V20 (View20) Bagged Guinness Word Records’ Largest Photo Mosaic

Here Are Some Tips On How To Start A Career In Media

The media is a wide and varied area, and with so much of it dominating our lives. It’s no wonder that many young people – and some older ones – are choosing to start a career in this sector. Yet with so much competition, what are the best ways to start a career in media that will give you as many opportunities as possible to get the job you want? Read on to find out where to start. Continue reading Here Are Some Tips On How To Start A Career In Media

Boiling Water In Polar Vortex Trick Did Not Go As Planned For This Man

If you haven’t heard, certain areas of the U.S. has been hit by Polar Vortex, resulting in these areas registering temperature as low as -55 Fahrenheit. Good lord. I can’t imagine if I can even survive in such frigid condition. The severe cold has caused much inconveniences, including forcing school to close, relegate many to inside of their homes and generally, making getting outside the warm of the home dangerous. However, some people are taking the Polar Vortex in the stride. How? By throwing boiling hot water into the air and witnessing it turning into steam/snow. Continue reading Boiling Water In Polar Vortex Trick Did Not Go As Planned For This Man

Watch How Lexus Applies UX’s Safety Tech To Protect Quarterbacks

Lexus really knows how to tickle the hearts of American who mostly can’t enough of American Football with a gleeful solution to this season’s controversial “rouging the passer” rule. If you don’t already know, the “roughing the passer” rule is supposed to protect the quarterbacks from physical harm. “Roughing the passer” basically means “to make contact with passer (usually the quarterback) after the ball left the passer’s hands.” Continue reading Watch How Lexus Applies UX’s Safety Tech To Protect Quarterbacks

The Fine Print On This Coyote Warning Sign Will Crack You Up!

As human encroaches into wildlife’s home, it is not an uncommon to see local authorities putting up signs to warn residents of wildlife wandering into humans’ living spaces. Redwood City in California, USA, is no different. The Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department has put up a sign to warn locals of “coyote activity” – complete with the requisite silhouette of a lone coyote and a bunch of text warning about the potential danger and whatnot. Continue reading The Fine Print On This Coyote Warning Sign Will Crack You Up!

Thanks To A New App, Praying With The Pope Is Just A Click Away

Though religion is an ancient belief that is several thousand years old, it has to keep up with times to remain relevant and in the case of Roman Catholics, it is keeping abreast with technology. On Sunday (January 20), Pope Francis officially launched a new app for Android and iOS, called Click to Pray, that will allow devotees to pray with him. From what we understand, “pray with Pope” does not mean praying with the Spiritual leader, side-by-side, virtually at the same time. Continue reading Thanks To A New App, Praying With The Pope Is Just A Click Away

How The Hell Did An Image Of An Egg Becomes Most-Liked Instagram Post?

It is just the second week of 2019, but already, we have some pretty crazy news going around. First it was a man who French-licked a doorbell for hours and then, apparently, a bird ‘migrated’ on its own on a 14-hour flight from Singapore to London, and now this: an egg. There’s really nothing special about this image of an egg that is of a typical egg hue that is covered in the requisite freckles you expect of an egg. Though it does appeared to be perfectly shot. Continue reading How The Hell Did An Image Of An Egg Becomes Most-Liked Instagram Post?

Bird Migration: Stowaway Bird Took A 14-hour Flight In Business Class

If you haven’t heard, last week (January 7), one airline company had an unexpected, non-paying passenger: a myna, and mind you, the bird wasn’t in the cargo hold with the rest of the pets that might be traveling on this particular flight. This avian creature was a discerning traveler because, it was found in the Business class. I kid you not. I guess, this is the future of bird migration? Continue reading Bird Migration: Stowaway Bird Took A 14-hour Flight In Business Class