Stephen Fry, host of BBC TV quiz show QI, records himself popping a balloon in the loudest room in the world and then in the quietest room in the world.
Well, that’s a lot of work for just a prank…
Btw, it’s from the same guy who painted his brother’s bedroom in pink one year ago.
From the same guy behind the bets that you’ll always win videos
A guy constructed a server/gaming room at home. It has a data rack with routers for a house’s network, media server that streams HD movies to the TVs around the building, house alarm panel and security cameras controlling unit and an array of HDDs for file storage. The room has electric blinds and the automated lighting system with several presets.
Everybody knows how sports is important in the United States. If at school you do good in sports you can have a bright future, go to the notorious colleges and universities, have scholarships and even become a professional athlete. And sports means a lot of money, not only for athletes but also universities they come from.
So, in order to entice future "stars" in their teams, universities do the most crazy things. For example, the University of Oklahoma built a 4 million dollar locker room for its players. Each athlete's room has a flat TV screen and the latest music system. The locker room looks more like an expensive hotel lobby: marble floors and expensive lighting, not to mention the hot tub and a huge bar counter.
Thus, it is not only useful to go to the university, but it is pleasing as well :)
See for yourself.
This 182 square foot apartment belongs to airplane interior designer Steve Sauer. Steve obviously likes everything in its place and a place for everything. It is 11’ 3” wide, by 16’ 2” deep, by 10’ 4’ tall and there is plenty of room for Steve and all of his living accoutrements.