Lamborghini Gallardo ready to tow your Home Depot load

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Canadian channel Canal Vie uses what may be the most unlikely vehicle ever – a Lamborghini – to pull a trailer and carry DIY goods to promote its new renovation show.

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Breakthrough bionic leg prosthesis controlled by subconscious thoughts

The Ossur system uses implanted sensors sending wireless signals to the artificial limb's built-in computer

Biomedical engineering company Össur has announced the successful development of a thought controlled bionic prosthetic leg. The new technology uses implanted sensors sending wireless signals to the artificial limb’s built-in computer, enabling subconscious, real-time control and faster, more natural responses and movements.

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ASU’s Bobby Hurley Throws out 1st Pitch at D’backs Game with Wall of Distraction

Arizona State’s “Curtain of Distraction” may distract visiting free-throw shooters, but it has no effect on Sun Devils basketball coach Bobby Hurley.

Hurley threw out the first pitch Sunday at the Arizona Diamondbacks game. To make sure that Arizona State was properly represented, the basketball coach brought the “942 Crew” with him from Tempe to Phoenix.

This will probably go down as the best first pitch of the season.

[Arizona Diamondbacks, h/t College Basketball Talk]

Spain’s indignados out to conquer city halls after elections success

Anti-poverty activist Ada Colau elected as mayor of Barcelona, vowing to return decision-making in the city to the people

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Juan Pablo Montoya improves his stock with Indianapolis 500 triumph – Los Angeles Times


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Bat Boy Takes Phillies LF Ben Revere’s Bat on Foul Ball, Gives It Back

Nobody can question this Philadelphia Phillies bat boy’s dedication. When he sees a ball hit, his first instinct is to go grab the bat.

He just needs to be a little more aware of the situation.

In the top of the fourth inning of Sunday’s game against the Washington Nationals, Phillies outfielder Ben Revere attempted to bunt for a hit. The ball rolled foul, so the at-bat continued. However, when Revere returned to the batter’s box, his bat was already back in the dugout.

A chuckling Revere was able to signal for the bat boy to bring him his lumber in order to finish the at-bat. Revere grounded out on the next pitch.

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