|infinite zest - 2015-02-04 |
Weird Al seems like that cool rich friend you had as a kid.. you'd still want to hang out with him regardless but damn were his toys awesome.
As someone who still doesn't even understand how a Segway works, how does this work and more importantly how do you get off?
Yeah.. I figured they're the same.. I see Segways riding past my work every day, but the key's the handlebars in the front. So instead of riding until a stop you can just pull back.. something like that. And I'm assuming that a regular unicycle works like a fixie bike does.. it's pretty easy to ride a regular bike with no hands once you gain momentum but when slowing down, well I can't do it anyway and need the handlebars to balance. The gyroscopic nature doesn't seem to make much sense, if you're leaning the other direction. Then again commuting via unicycle doesn't make much sense either, but people do it.. cest ca.
haha you can see where I work in the video on their site on that long esplanade shot. I'm there every day and I don't think I've seen a single one. Just recumbent bikes and segways and.. goddamnit I need to move.
|Sanest Man Alive - 2015-02-05 |
I honestly expected to see an accordion. Oh well.
Yeah really. This guy can do it on a regular one.
Maybe bagpipes balance easier than accordions though
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