I once read about a guy in Chicago that did this back in the early 90's, but it wasn't a Bond car. He worked in the financial sector and got tired of his Jaguar/Mercedes/BMW being broken into, vandalized and stolen. His solution was to pick up a very ratty looking 70's Pontiac Bonneville for a work car, then… » 12/04/14 4:39pm 12/04/14 4:39pm

Try to find Stewart's interview with Jim Cramer. He's calling Cramer out on his hedge fund managing ruining the 401k's and IRAs of normal working class people in the effort to make his rich clients even richer. At one point in there he just looks at Cramer with a look of disgust on his face and says "This isn't a… » 12/04/14 1:33pm 12/04/14 1:33pm

Tesla Model S's already have a range of 250-290 miles. As for charging in 5 min....why do that when you can plug it in and charge it at night when you're sleeping, and leave with a full "tank" in the morning. Unless you drive more than 250 miles daily and on a regular basis, it's more painless than filling up at a… » 11/30/14 9:57pm 11/30/14 9:57pm

A number of years ago (back in the 90's maybe?), I got a dozen jumbo sized eggs at my local Albertsons grocery store. Nothing fancy or special brand or anything. Just the regular cheap eggs that I usually got. I had never seen double yokes before or since, but of the dozen eggs in that one carton, a full 8 were double… » 11/29/14 3:15pm 11/29/14 3:15pm

What about the Ryugyong Hotel in North Korea? It's over 1,000 feet tall and while the outside looks finished, the inside is far from done with the exception of some very small areas, mainly to impress visitors and the press. They've been working on it on and off since 1987. » 11/17/14 10:17am 11/17/14 10:17am