The Lamborghini Centenario ($2.3M) was created for the sole purpose of celebrating the 100 year anniversary of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini's birth. Only 20 units of the roadster version of the car will be produced, and they've already sold out of both models.The powerplant of the Centenario revolves around a V12 naturally aspirated engine that produces 770 horses and will reach 62mph from a standstill in just 2.8 seconds and 186mph in under 23.5 seconds. Top speed is 217mph.The engine is paired with a permanent four-wheel drive system and rear-wheel steering which provides increased stability and increases vehicle response at high speeds.The body is made entirely out of carbon fiber and weighs just 3350 pounds. If you're at the Geneva Motor Show, make sure to check this bad boy out.
A little boy who sees dead people that don't realize they are dead seeks the help of a psychologist who has problems of his own. M Night Shyamalan is the man responsible for simply one of the best movies ever made. Released in 1999 and starring Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment and Toni Collette, The Sixth Sense ($9) is a masterpiece of modern cinema that is told in such a way that nobody saw the big twist coming, outstanding.
This awesome Triumph Bonneville by Bunker ($CALL) started its life out as a 2014 T100. After Bunker got their hands on it, they turned it into something beautiful. They started by adding a K&N open air filter kit and a Predator exhaust from British Customs. They also installed a power commander, and after tuning on the dyno got the horsepower up to 81 hp from 68 hp. They opened up the side covers and added mesh-lined vents that hint at the open air filters beneath. Additional features include lowered front forks, Progressive suspension springs, Hagon Nitro rear shocks, slightly larger than the originals, and a seat that was replaced with a hand-made aluminum tailpiece. Gold striping and lettering sit on a bluish-gray paint job. There's also gold accenting around the headlight to cap everything off.
This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. Colorado, one of the first states to legalize recreational use of Marijuana, has become the first state to collect more tax revenue from the sale of Marijuana than the sale of alcohol.For the fiscal year ending on June 30th, Colorado raised $70 million in tax revenue from the sale of Marijuana and $42 million from the sale of alcohol. Almost twice as much.The tax revenue is so good that Colorado implemented a tax holiday on Sept 16th. Mason Tvert, director of communications for the Marijuana Policy Project stated, “Marijuana taxes have been incredibly productive over the past year, so this tax holiday is a much-deserved day off,” Tvert said. “This will be the one day out of the year when the state won’t generate significant revenue. Over the other 364 days, it will bring in tens of millions of dollars that will be reinvested in our state.”The tax holiday saved shoppers about $20 an ounce, but the retailer will save over $300 per pound. One grower told ABC he probably saved about $45,000 before lunch.Colorado's total revenue was so high for the fiscal year that Colorado is also looking at giving some of the money back. Each year the state estimates the total revenue expected from taxes. This number effectively serves as a cap, so residents of that state may get a little gift in next year's tax return.
Personally, I'm in the camp that television has gotten better year after year. At what period in time have we had such a catalog of classic's from Breaking Bad, the Sopranos, Sons Of Anarchy, Boardwalk Empire, and of course The Walking Dead.Yesterdays episode marked the return of the fifth season of this amazing series. And without a doubt it may have been the best episode out of the bunch. If you aren't disturbed by the casual brutality the group experiences at the trough then you're already walking dead.Below is a list of 10 Crazy Moments From the Walking Dead Premier.It starts off with almost everyone trapped in Terminus in a train car, preparing to be turned into tomorrows lunch special. The rest is beautifully disturbing classic television. If you haven't watched it you can see it on AMC's website. Watch it before you read the list so you don't see the spoilers.So without further adue, here Are The 10 Most OMG Moments From 'The Walking Dead' Premiere. via1. When we're introduced to the trough at Terminus Image: Uproxx2. When you realize the first victim is the Penguin from "Gotham" and played a hipster guy from one of the earlier episodes. gotham3. When Carol blew stuff up like a bad ass Image: Uproxx4. Then pretended to be a walker to go kick some ass Image: Cynyster Monkey5. When Glenn he should save that guy ... ... and then immediately realizes that was a mistake. Image: FanSided6. When baby Judith was all like, "Oh, damn." Image: hobophomia7. Then Tyreese saved the day Image: mbguy8. All those wild walker kills Image: FanSided9. When Carol finally reunited with the group Image: gratuitous-violence-reedus10. And last but not least ... MORGAN!
Stacked Wines packaging for their made for outdoors wines is simply ingenious. Each Stacked Wines ($13) package comes with four stemless wine glasses. Each glass contains about 187ml, so each stack equals about one bottle of wine. Stacks exclusive Vinoware wine glass is high-quality plastic made to mimic the look and feel of a wine glass. Vinoware is shatterproof, light weight, and protects the wine form oxidations and spoilage. This wine would be great for tailgating, horse shows, picnics or any outdoor activity.