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This restaurant is great! I was feeling really sick, but then I ate there and felt better!
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This restaurant is great! I was feeling really sick, but then I ate there and felt better!

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As a kid, when I saw a limousine I expected there was some rich or famous person inside. Now, I expect It's packed with trashy high school kids sharing one bottle of cheap sparkling wine.

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This is the Smoothest Airport Arrival We've Ever Seen

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Toddler Cars: Beyond Fury Road

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I just recently rewatched the original Mad Max and was surprised by how well it survived the passage of time.

I remember watching it as a kid and being struck by the sad desperation of a post-apocalyptic world, but, because I was kid, I was obviously way more struck by how totally flippin’ awesome it was. Now a new generation of kids has Mad Max: Fury Road to be both awed and awesome-ed by.

Ian Pfaff, director by day, prop enthusiast by night, and a dad all the time, did something amazing in this motif. He took two Little Tykes Cozy Coupes cars and modified them into what’s probably called “diesel punk” or something. Whatever the barbed and junk-bedazzled style is, it’s outrageously rad. Behold!
 

1) Let the transformation begin…

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2) Hardware and Grills and Spoilers, oh my!

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3) No no. This party’s just getting started.

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4) The devil’s in the details!

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5) A Rock ’em Sock ’em Robot hood ornament? Yup.

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6) Personalized plates? DUH!

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7) Why the hell not!

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8) No fluffy steering wheel cover here. Bike chains, baby!

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9) A retired breast pump for extended exhaust pipes? Blam!

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10) THAT is a friggin’ sippy cup.

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11) Junkyard doll as a figurehead? Are you kidding me!

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12) Matching leather road warrior armor? Pfffft! Of course!

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13) The finished war coupes!

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“Oh, what a day. What a lovely day!”

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My thanks to Ian Pfaff for letting me feature pictures of his amazing project and for being an obscenely cool dad. Visit his website to see what other creative shenanigans he’s up to: ianpfaff.com
 

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Silicon Valley tech companies set their sights on Vancouver

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At least five large technology-based companies are setting their eyes on Vancouver, looking to set up satellite offices in the city due to the Trump administration, according to True North.

True North is a company that offers services to help foreign-born workers in the U.S. set up backup plans in Canada in case something changes to the worker visa system. With the Trump administration seemingly working to dismantle the H-1B visa — a non-immigration visa designed for foreign workers in specialty occupations — True North has been receiving a lot of calls. The company’s Michael Tippett says that he expects five Hootsuite-sized companies to make their way to Vancouver.

Tippett also added he didn’t expect these large companies to be looking to the north. 43 percent of the founders of Silicon Valley tech companies are not American-born and anywhere from 10-30 percent of their employees are also on the H-1B visas, meaning that large chunks of Silicon Valley might be looking to set up location out of the U.S. These offices could hold hundreds of employees.

Vancouver is a lot closer to Silicon Valley than Toronto, making it the “ideal” place for five to 10 somewhat large tech companies to move to in the near future.

Source: News 1130

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