Damn, it's expected to fetch $250,000 - $450,000? I bet it goes for even more -- there are a lot of rich nerds out there. There are also a lot of poor nerds out there. "You're more of a dork." I wasn't talking about myself. "No?" I mean yes but that really hurt. Regardless, I will find a way to buy or steal this and I will wear it to bed every night, I don't care what my girlfriend says. "I imagine she'll say it's an improvement." My God, are you a shark? Because you're out for blood today. Keep going for a few more shots of my future Star Wars watching helmet.David Prowse "Darth Vader" screen used signature mask and helmet from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back. (TCF, 1980) Without question, Darth Vader is one of the greatest villains ever portrayed on film. His angular, skull-like mask and helmet has been lifted to iconic status and is universally recognized as a symbol of evil in pop culture. Both the mask and helmet are constructed of fiberglass. The Mask is painted in dark metallic gray with black accents; its interior is marked with a "1" in white paint with worn foam rubber padding and tinted plastic lenses. Two of the original three elastic straps are present to secure the mask to David Prowse's head. The top of the mask originally secured to the jet-black helmet with a circular PVC connection (now missing; the three screw holes used to attached the PVC fitting are present). For added security, the mask's forehead attached to the inner portion of the helmet with Velcro (still present on the helmet's interior, but only the adhesive remnants remain on the mask, and remain hidden behind the helmet). The helmet's interior is marked with a "3" in brown paint. Interior metal mesh behind the triangular respiratory vent and "chin grille" are missing, as are the turned aluminum "atmospheric sensors" at either side of the vent. Exhibiting some chipping on lower edges and right "cheek" from production use. Remnants of adhesive used to attach mask to the helmet are still present on the interior. Original Darth Vader helmet/masks are exceedingly rare and considered the "Holy Grail" of science fiction artifacts. $250,000 - $450,000
I'll be honest, I didn't watch the whole thing, I just kinda skipped around. Because, you know what they say: too much of a good thing can be a bad thing. "No, you just have the attention span of a fruit fly." Huh? "Nothing." Is that a banana? Keep going for the video."Microsoft the Musical" was dreamt up and led by interns spending the summer of 2019 at Microsoft. This Tony Awards-style musical theater opening number is just one of many passion projects that came to life because we were encouraged to bring our whole selves to work. And that's what we did: 150 interns and employees came in on mornings, weekends, and nights to create this outside of (and in addition to) their day jobs.' Microsoft's mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. We hope that this speaks to every person who dreams of being part of something big--and especially to those who've been wrongly told they can't be. At some point, we were all in your shoes. You CAN, you SHOULD, and you WILL.
Alternatively, just jam a butter knife up in there like a normal person who doesn't have five minutes to waste for not nearly enough ketchup. Time is money, and I don't have nearly enough of either. Keep going for a video while I squirt the store-brand community ketchup in the breakroom fridge all over my shirt, then insist I've been stabbed and need to go home early.According to Brian Neumann, senior brand manager at Kraft Heinz Canada, the company has long been searching for a way to explain how to best get their product out of the bottle and wanted to be playful about it.
Pretty wild, right? "Just like Mr. Toad's Ride." I thought so. Unfortunately, I've got some bad news: all the tickets to the exhibit are already sold out. "We'll have to sneak in at night." Exactly what I was thinking! So...repel in from the ceiling Mission Impossible style? "Dress as custodians." I mean it's your call, but I feel like we're gonna look pretty ridiculous repelling with mop buckets and trash cans. Thanks to my dad, who agrees if your trees aren't happy, what's the purpose of even painting?Ross painted three versions of almost every painting featured on his show. The first was painted prior to taping, and sat on an easel, off-camera, during filming, where Ross used it as a reference to create the second copy--the one viewers actually watched him paint. After filming the episode, Ross painted a more detailed version for inclusion in his instructional books. The different versions were marked as follows on the side or back of the canvas: "Kowalski" for the initial version, "tv" for the version painted during the tv show, and "book" for the book version.
Personally I would have opted for the scrambled eggs before the can of beans, but that's just me and I only eat Bush's Baked Beans anyways, which I could make myself if I really wanted since I know the secret recipe because I'm a dog whisperer. Keep going for a short video of Steve sadly stirring his bean."I got back late from a meeting and wanted some food. I poured out the tin and I found one bean," Smith recalled. "I thought it was funny - but annoying! It was the last tin we had in the cupboard," he continued. "I had to have scrambled egg instead." He posted a video of the find on Twitter and tagged manufacturer Heinz. It said: "Hi @HeinzUK. I enjoy "bean juice" as much as the next person, but when I opened a can this evening I was hoping for more than one bean."