You asked for it…they noodled. Brad and special guest Matty Matheson head down to Oklahoma to catch catfish with their bare hands. Join Brad and Matty as they search for catfish in dangerous, murky wourder with their new best friend and professional noodler Skipper Bivins. Screaming, sea monsters, and giant snakes galore. Watch them get literally in over their heads and stay tuned for Part 2 where they’ll cook up the fish they noodled.
Join Bon Appétit Test Kitchen host Brad Leone on a wild, roundabout, and marginally scientific adventure exploring fermented foods and more. From cultured butter and kombucha, kimchi and miso, to beer and tepache, learn how to experiment with fermented and live foods yourself.
Alan Wilson Watts (6 January 1915 – 16 November 1973) was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience. His philosophies seem to transcend ego, politics and limitations. His monologues have a powerful way of connecting distant abstract ideas with the present moment and his words have a unique way of putting life into perspective. Life is a gift.
What a lineup we have for this all-new supercar drag race! Mat’s in the legendary Mercedes SLR McLaren, and he’s lining up against the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso and the Aston Martin DBS! Combined, these incredible machines put down over 2,000hp! What’s more, when new these three cars would have cost a combined £890,000 - so this might be our most expensive drag race EVER! The SLR may be the oldest contender here, but can it still take the challenge to the Ferrari and Aston? There’s only one way to find out… LET’S RACE!
Great work on your restoration, But I would exercise caution with a foot switch toggle on a lathe. Remember what a lathe will do to you if your in the wrong position and it turns on. Its a dangerous setup with a potential for injury. The probability of something happening is different from the fact that IT CAN HAPPEN. Maybe have a secondary safety switch somewhere else. Keep up the great work!
I'm going to attempt this one of a kind, insanely intricate and pricey, sequential discovery puzzle box, made custom by Labsterium. It's filled with insane riddles and things to solve and decode.. Also contains Augmented reality! This is by far the funnest puzzle I've ever solved!
You missed a very simple one: mind your posture, stand up straight and stick your chest out (in a natural fashion of course). You can be the best smelling, dressing and groomed man in the world, no one will notice you when your hunched forward.
You may not know this, but a number of Chinese car brands have a history of ripping off other car manufacturers. Thankfully it's not that common these days, although there are still a few that slip through the cracks! So you're probably asking yourself - how bad are these knock offs, and which brands have they copied? Well, wonder no more! Sit back and enjoy our list of the worst ever Chinese knock off cars!
A Japanese Game Developer working in Tokyo Japan. This is the programmer life in Japan. As a Japanese game programmer you'll see what it is like commuting to work in Tokyo and going to work at one of the largest Video Game Studios in Japan as well as working with other Japanese video game developers, software engineers, video game devs, game designers and even Japanese game directors for a major Japanese Video Game studio. We follow Masa, a 23 year old, Japanese programmer, throughout his workday and witness what he does during his Japanese working hours as a Japanese game programmer at the Bandai Namco Studios office in Tokyo. We'll even interact with directors from popular Japanese video game titles such as Tekken and CodeVein. Plus we'll get to see what a Japanese programmer from one of the large Video Game companies in Japan does after work with friends. This look inside a Japanese game dev's life is pretty unique and should provide some insight for those people who want to work in Japan as a game developer or game programmer. Also, this day in the life of a Japanese programmer will show you what it takes to be a Japanese programmer. As you would expect, most of the work day is spent programming and coding, but there are other unique aspects of the Japanese programmers life we are able to see in this video.