The Italian Government has put the island of Poveglia up for auction in order to help pay off its crippling national debt. But who on earth would want to live here?!
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The London to Brighton train journey is regarded as a classic route. It takes about an hour to travel the line between the British capital and the resort on the south coast.
However, back in 1953 the BBC filmed the journey from the front of the train and then sped the whole thing up. It did so again in 1983, and now again in 2013.
Yawning is contagious. If someone yawns in your vicinity then it’s likely you will also yawn. Yawn near a group of people and you raise the chances of someone catching the yawning bug.
Roman Atwood decided to use this strange phenomenon to create the world’s most contagious prank, travelling around the world trying to prompt people to yawn by merely yawning himself.
This is the music video for Water Falls by Kalle Mattson. It features some intriguing footage of San Francisco and the Bay Area.
Sub-tropical storm Beryl is still developing off the east coast of the United States. This video shows how it looks at the present time.
This is one guy’s commute to work on his bicycle, staged in honor of Bike To Work Day.
This video shows how NOT to ride a bus, whether you’re in Vietnam or or not. Hanging on the front may seem like fun but one slip and it’s all over.
Australian comedy duo “The Scared Weird Little Guys” have written a song for tourism Australia, singing about all the ‘lovely’ (deadly) reasons tourists should come to Australia.
So it seems that the Chinese have actually taken knockoffs to a whole new level with this bootleg Disneyland. Some even say that it’s better than the original.
You’ll probably enjoy it when the owner of the park is interviewed and claims that all the the Mickey Mouse imitation is “a cat with big ears.”
Well it’s officially the 15th of April, which means that the Coachella Music Festival is off to a start.
Normally, this wouldn’t be such a big deal to me because I can’t skip school and travel and can’t afford a ticket, but this time anyone who can hop on YouTube can see some of the bands live via webcast.