"Testing out 'Insane Mode' in the Tesla P85D, Ep. 190"
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Testing out 'Insane Mode' in the Tesla P85D, Ep. 190
Hey guys, my name Stephen Beacham and here's what's happening on this week on CNet Crave Block.
The React channel on YouTube recently produced an episode of elders playing Grand Theft Auto V and the results are alarming.
Oh, I like that!
Look at that body.
Turns out our elders will obey all traffic laws, even in a video game environment.
Waiting for the light to change.
There's a pedestrian too.
Video reveals that a number of seniors are not afraid of the police.
Where are they?
I'll never give up!
You'll never take me alive!
And we also learned that they are blood-thirsty killers.
I got a gun.
Where's a person?
[LAUGH] I shot the people.
Here's another one.
I got a knife.
A knife you're closer to the victim it's more personal.
Check out the reaction on YouTube for the entire elders playing grand theft auto five video, which is highly entertaining.
It's a weird satisfaction man it's weird.
The zombie killer and sling shot enthusiast Joerg Sprave operator of the sling shot channel on YouTube, which is the source for everything you need to know about sling shots.
Has created a terrifyingly brutal weapon for crushing zombie skulls in the upcoming zombie apocyplise.
The skull tongs use two balls on swinging arms with a piece of rubber between them to grab the head of a zombie or possibly a human and then splatter their brains all over the back yard by releasing the balls which bash his or her.
[LAUGH] It worked.
The skull tongs are an upgrade from York's 2011 device, the slingshot zombie hammer with skull ejector feature.
The problem with his earlier weapon was that you needed to get up to your chosen zombie.
The Skull Tongue solved that probably with longer arms for grabbing zombie heads.
The Prynt smartphone case is like a Polaroid camera for modern day digital time.
You simply put the print case on your phone and use the print app to take a photo and the image will print right from your phone case.
It's like having an old school Polaroid camera.
There is an augmented reality feature worth mentioning.
Every time you take a photo using the print app and case, the phone will take a short video along with the picture.
Once your photograph has been printed, when you point your smartphone at the printed photo, the video will automatically play, bringing that image.
And that moment back to life.
THe phone case holds ten sheets of photo paper at a time, and refills of photo paper will cost twenty five dollars for fifty sheets.
The prynt smart phone case blew by it's funding goal on kickstarter and can be yours for a ninety nine dollar early pledge.
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I'm just gonna, and now I'm just gonna launch it.
So I pu tit in sport and save mode.
Then you just hit it.
You don't expect it right?
Isn't that neat?
So you're going to go insane?
Yeah, go ahead and press the insane button.
I'm not gonna throw up.
I hope not.
Okay, that's enough.
Okay, I got it.
That's not funny.
You, you okay?
How do you got an insane on a [BLEEP] car.
Isn't that great, who puts an insane mode on the car?
So basically, you know, you press that button.
So you ain't got to worry about, you stay [INAUDIBLE] simple car.
No you're good to go.
God damn it that [BLEEP] acceleration.
65 miles an hour.
This is faster than McClarin on the saw aint it guy?
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