Staircases are no longer a problem for infants as versatile as this one. Is it dinner time? Is the bottle ready? This baby overcame an entire flight of steps in seconds, grabbed his bottle and chugged it down like it’s just another day at the office. This “Baby On a Mission” video is experiencing some considerable viral lift the past couple days, uploaded to YouTube on March 30th, 2011 and less than a week later has amassed over 1.3 million views.
Just when you thought you had seen it all, out comes the iBottleopener. Now at parties, while you’re trying to input that hot girls number you can pop your best buds brew at the same time. Be a helpful wingman and spit your own game at the same time. Now they just need to release one for the iPhone 4. (Thx CM)
Plant It Water, one of the first companies in the United States to provide natural spring water in a recycable alternative to plastic water bottles, has put together an eco-friendly carton made with over 60% renewable resources and are completely recycable. The cartons, by Tetra Pak, are one of the most sustainable liquid food packages on the market today, winner of the Presidential Award for sustainable development. Learn more about this stuff over at their website, PlantItWater.com.
With holiday cheer, comes holiday beer. Been sippin’ on these for the last couple days. Stella Artois is brewed in Belgium and packaged in the Beck’s brewery in Bremen, Germany. The Anno 1366 on the Stella Artois logo refers to the origin of brewing in the city of Leuven. The city’s tax records dated 1366 mention the existence of a local brewpub called Den Hoorn, (‘Hoorn’ in Dutch meaning ‘Horn’ in English, as is represented in the logo on the beer label). The name Artois was coupled to the brewery in 1708, when new owner Sebastian Artois achieved the title of master brewer. Old beer, old taste, O.G.