Hall of Fame

Dirt Bike
By Haunebu (Via: The Daily Mail)
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Meet a man sure to go down in the Kludging Hall of Fame. In 1993, Emile Leray, a French electrician, was driving through the Moroccan desert when his Citroën car broke down.

Stranded in the desert, and far out of walking distance of civilization, Leray pulled up his bootstraps, made a small offering prayer to MacGyver (allegedly), and proceeded to disassemble his trashed car and reassemble the parts into a fully functional motorcycle.

Leray is quoted as saying:

"I put myself in what one calls survival mode. I could not have gone back on foot - it was too far."

Survival mode paid off big-time, as Leray successfully rode his new motorcycle back to civilization, and out of the clutches of very painful and unfortunate death in the desert. In the end, he journeyed over 20 miles, which may not seem like much, but let me reiterate: try walking 20 miles in the scorching north African desert heat.

Despite making his journey 19 years ago in 1993, he has only recently begun telling his story to the press. Now that is a TIFI WIN of monumental proportions.

Process Engineering
By Unknown
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I have absolutely no idea what process engineering is. But from now on whenever hear that word I'm going to think of this. And so should you.

~NSHA

Via: I Heart Chaos
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Caron Rotisseries, a company that must have been founded by Q in his retirement, recently released its newest product; a portable rotisserie grill. Perfect for a day at the beach, an EXTREMELY nonchalant office, or if you feel like walking around looking like a professional assassin.

It comes with a removal charcoal pan for grilling and the rotating skewers can be powered by A/C adapter or lithium battery. No word on how much this barbecue beast weighs but at a cost of $719, you're sure to be the only one on the block with one.

Dear HP, F*ck you and your $100 power cords.
By Vanillathunder
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A love letter from the submitter:

Dear HP, F*ck you and your $100 power cords.