Outstanding and Interesting Pictures

http://slightlywarped.com/outstanding-and-interesting-pictures/
Give Daddy Some Love...

very_interesting_photos_06.jpg

Buses placed vertically on the street in Aleppo, Syria to protect against snipers.

very_interesting_photos_07.jpg

Austrian people are lining up waiting for Syrian refugees.

very_interesting_photos_08.jpg

Hungarians bring their shoes to the Budapest train station for arriving migrants.

very_interesting_photos_05.jpg

Minnesota is using Dramatic Chipmunk to distract kickers. It’s working too. (TCU missed last 2 field goals).

very_interesting_photos_04.jpg

Cool way to stop people littering cigarette butts.

very_interesting_photos_02.jpg

very_interesting_photos_033.jpg

A picture of the world’s blackest material which absorbs all but.035% of light.

very_interesting_photos_09.jpg

Kim Davis’ more competent replacement.

very_interesting_photos_10.jpg

Awesome reminder of what this person has been through, and the hope they have for the future.

very_interesting_photos_16.jpg

Meet Kazım Gürbüz, A 95-Year-Old Yogi From Turkey Who Looks Half His Age.

very_interesting_photos_17.jpg

Gürbüz still enjoys an active sex life and believes everyone can live to be 130.

very_interesting_photos_15.jpg

In an interview with the Daily Hurriyet, Turkish Gürbüz says the secrets to his youthful looks are keeping his body flexible and eating superfoods including olives and chestnut honey. He also recommends pinto beans, peppers, pepper sauce, herbal tea, and soup. “Less beneficial is meat, [which causes] most damage. There is protein in all [pulses], you do not necessarily need to eat meat,” Gürbüz says.

very_interesting_photos_14.jpg

Pangea with modern borders

very_interesting_photos_111.jpg

Lifespan of animals

very_interesting_photos_12.jpg

The arsenal of the Russian Internal Ministry (MVD) spetsnaz unit “Rosich”.

very_interesting_photos_01.jpg

This Is How Disney Knows You Won’t Get Dismembered On A Roller Coaster

We have a thing called the “Envelope of Protection.” Basically, all attractions made since 1965 are designed in such a way that the human body cannot reach out and touch anything — here’s a vehicle they use to test this (that’s from Walt Disney World in Florida, but California uses the same concepts). This means that when a rollercoaster is going 45 MPH, you can have your hands out and you won’t get hit (it’s not a good idea to test that, however — we do tell you to keep your hands and arms inside the vehicle at all times).

very_interesting_photos_13.jpg

Soldiers of the French special forces unit 13e RDP (13th Parachute Dragoon Regiment) during winter training.

very_interesting_photos_18.jpg

El Chapo’s Son Revealed His Fugitive Dad’s Location on Twitter.

 

Give Daddy Some Love...
About the author

Jason Donner

Jason Donner devoured the universe and you are all living inside him.