It’s Thursday, kiddies. And today is picture and movie day, apparently. Throw back some joe* and enjoy the show.
How to drive through all 48 of the continental United States in 113 hours. Admit it: one of you guys have wondered…
Stephen Von Worley at Data Pointed mapped out the most efficient drive that would take a person through every state in the lower 48 and D.C. The route begins in South Berwick, Maine and ends 6,872 miles later in Taft, Montana.
Tim Harris, a restauranteur with Down Syndrome who doles out hugs. Maybe the most feel-good thing you’ll watch today.
BuzzFeed has compiled a very informative video that visually identifies Everyday Things You Never Knew Had Names. The video is based off of their written list of 25 ridiculous real names for 25 everyday items, created in April of 2011.
*the drink, not the co-worker.