World's Largest Signature
Jimmie Luecke managed to become an oil millionaire after leaving his previous job as a highway patrol officer and then proceeded to investe most of his fortune in land outside the town of Smithville. It started out as a place to raise cattle, but by the late 1990’s, the heard had gotten so large that he needed to bulldoze more land for grazing, and thus the world’s largest signature was created.

Retro Champ Portable NES
My Arcade officially announced this week that their new handheld Retro Champ game console is now available. Unlike other portable game consoles, this one actually plays both NES and Famicom cartridges, complete with a built-in 7” screen that can also be output to a modern TV using HDMI out. This means g amers can test out cartridges on-the-go or simply enjoy the classic couch-side experience by connecting it to an HDTV and pairing it with up to two Super GamePad wireless controllers.

Lazareth LMV 496 Flying Bike
Powered by four 96,000-rpm JetCat jet turbines, the 308-pound Lazareth LMV 496 La Moto Volante is set to be the world’s first flying motorcycle, and it’s a doozy. Not only will the engines produce 1,300-horsepower, but 529-pounds of thrust to boot, all concealed within its sleek composite body. Its kerosene tank is large enough to enable the LMV 496 to hover above ground for around 10-minutes.

Tesla Cybertruck Cyberquad LEGO
Photo credit: Peter Blackert
Brick master Peter Blackert saw the Tesla Cybertruck / Cyberquad ATV and knew straight away that these were definitely vehicles that could be recreated with LEGO pieces. For those who missed the unveiling, three trims have been announced so far, with driving range estimates between 250–500 miles on a full charge and an estimated 0–60 mph as fast as 2.9-seconds for the tri-motor AWD model.