Driftwood lamps. [Anzfer]
Nothing man can make can outlast the punishment of the natural world (except styrofoam and gilligan island reruns) but the house Peter Dwares built in Stinson beach can escape some of the minor disasters associated with living on beach front property.
My O’neil looks secure and sound, and almost new. But its seams are melting into nothingness, flooding with every move, with little squirts of water entering every seal at the crotch, hips and armpits. If I were a ship I would be sinking. But I am a buoyant human in the northern californian waters, and I am shivering and slowly going slightly hypothermic during long sessions in the water. The first thing that goes is your mind.
Booooooom Blog is holding a contest to see who can make the best little seaworthy boat out of natural objects and materials–no plastic!–and send in a photo of it underway. I like this little guy. I’ll call it Kon Leafi. Here are the rules of engagement!
Frankly, I think it’s revenge against man. [NYPost]
Entertainment Weekly says, “What’s scarier than a shark or a giant octopus? That’s right! A Sharktopus!” The CG is worse than the special effects in the Popeye movie, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying this trailer.