Upgraded Childhood of the Day: Bob Saget joins Ben Folds on stage at The Wiltern in LA to perform the crooner's soothing cover of Dr. Dre's "Bitches Ain't Sh*t."
(NSFM: Not Safe For Michelle.)
Upgraded Childhood of the Day: Screw pretending there's a little man running alongside the car or doing that stupid wave thing with your hand -- with Toyota's interactive car window display, you can doodle, measure distances, zoom in on roadside features, and even learn more about what you're seeing.
Sure, "Window to the World" is just a concept right now, bu
Upgraded Childhood of the Day: JR Hildebrand may have lost the 100th Indy 500 to Dan Wheldon after crashing into the wall with one turn to go, but over at the life-size Hot Wheels V-Drop, Top Gear's Tanner Foust nailed a world record-setting 332-foot jump in a modified Pro 2 truck.
Those two things may not be directly related, but they both happened.
This Is Funny, You Should Watch It of the Day: What's that? More Andy Samberg? OBKB: "Sesame Street's Bert continues his interview with comedian and Saturday Night Live cast member, Andy Samberg, this time tackling the important subjects of bottle caps, paper clips and pigeons."
Upgraded Childhood of the Day: San Francisco held its 11th annual Bring Your Own Big Wheel derby yesterday, drawing over 2,000 Big Wheel enthusiasts to Potrero Hill, where they were asked to sign a liability waiver before flinging themselves down one of San Francisco's steepest streets.
"It's scary at first, but it's not that hard," participant Meredyth Master
Upgraded Childhood of the Day: To promote the UK launch of the new Chevrolet Orlando, GM commissioned the construction of a life-size replica made out of 1.5 tons of Play-Doh. The model, which cost some £6,000, was hand-sculpted by eight model makers over the course of two weeks.
If you happen to be in the area of the Lakeside shoppin