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03:07

Food Truck Serves 3,000 Grilled Cheese Sandwiches A Day

Food Truck Serves 3,000 Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

If you’ve ever been to Los Angeles, you’ll know the kind of crowds that food trucks can draw. Delicious, hot food cooked while you wait. A small, independent business model. Food trucks have it all, but sometimes all they need is a single menu item done in many different ways. This food truck from the UK only sells grilled cheese sandwiches, but their popularity is massive. Would you try one of these food truck sandwiches?

 

01:13

Watch Disney’s “Stuntronics” robot perform acrobatics

Watch Disney’s “Stuntronics” rob

Stunt actors are a classic feature of Hollywood that continues to the present day. If Disney has its way, however, stunt performers may soon be out of a job. Disney is debuting the Stuntronic robot, a machine that is capable of performing acrobatic stunts with a humanoid shape. Not only can this robot perform stunts with grace, it even moves like a real person. Can this new robot keep actors and stunt performers from getting injured?

 

05:22

Kia HabaNiro concept | 2019 New York auto show

Kia HabaNiro concept | 2019 New York auto show

Since Elon Musk changed the world with Tesla, electric vehicles have been all the rage. More and more companies are dreaming up competitors to Tesla’s products, with different benefits and drawbacks on every one. One car company, Kia, has decided to sidestep copying Tesla to reveal something strange and different - the HabaNiro. No, it’s not a pepper, but the range and features of this care are absolutely spicy.

 

01:48

Human tissue used to create 3D-printed heart

Human tissue used to create 3D-printed heart

Organ failure is a tragedy that claims thousands of lives every year. When a heart gives out, it’s especially devastating -- we only have one, after all. On top of this, the list of heart donors is thin and demand is high, with health hearts costing a large sum of money. To get around this and potentially save more lives, a group of scientists is working on developing artificial human hearts using 3D printers. They’re made of the same stuff as your heart, but the way they’re made will shock you.

 

01:35

Sesame Street: Respect is Coming

Sesame Street: Respect is Coming

After a decade, the smash hit Game of Thrones is finally coming to an end. Every fan of the series is familiar with its graphic violent and gratuitous content, so it’s strictly a “no-kids-allowed” kind of show. Well, if you have little ones, then this rated-G version of Game of Thrones might be the perfect thing to watch together. Listen to Elmo help Tyrion and Cersei Lannister put aside their differences for the good of the realm.

 

04:06

Instagrammers are killing this field of poppies (HBO)

Instagrammers are killing this field of poppies (H

Influencers are the name of the game when it comes to marketing on Instagram. These mini-celebrities are often found endorsing popular fashion and cosmetic products, so anything that makes their pictures pop is fair game. Recently, a superbloom of flowers in California has attracted droves of influencers and Instagram users looking to snap the perfect selfie. As it turns out, these unexpected visitors might not be the best thing for flowers in the area.

 

03:24

The Healthiest Things You Can Get At McDonald’s

The Healthiest Things You Can Get At McDonald̵

As a fast food restaurant, McDonalds isn’t exactly known for serving the healthiest fare. Between Big Macs, Quarter-Pounders, and Filet-O’-Fish, you’d think it’d be a struggle to find something to eat that you won’t regret. Well, turns out McDonalds actually has some menu options that won’t pack on the calories. You won’t believe what they are.

 

01:58

World’s Funniest Flight Attendant Leaves Passengers In Hysterics

World’s Funniest Flight Attendant Leaves Pas

Flying can be a drag, but it doesn’t always have to be that way. As with any flight, a good crew and great service can make or break the trip. In this case, though, having a comedian for a flight attendant is enough to make the whole plane laugh along the way. See how this flight attended keeps the smiles on as the plane embarks on its journey.

 

03:06

The best spiral-sliced hams you can buy online

The best spiral-sliced hams you can buy online

The delicious aroma of a spiral-sliced ham is enough to make anyone salivate. They’re an integral part of Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts, but some people enjoy them all year round. Did you know there’s places online where you can order a spiral-sliced ham and have it delivered to you? This episode of America’s Test Kitchen goes over the best hams you can buy online to find out which one is the best in the nation.

 

04:04

How Foldable Screens Work

How Foldable Screens Work

The launch of the Galaxy Fold is upon us and preorders have already sold out! The revolutionary device is packed to the brim with high-tech features and cutting-edge engineering -- most notably the versatile folding screen that turns the phone into a tablet and back again. Since all of our current phones are solid glass, a folding phone is a technological game changer. But did you ever wonder how foldable screens work? How do they avoid breaking?

 

02:32

What I Streamed & Really Liked: Stan & Ollie

What I Streamed & Really Liked: Stan & O

It was Kim’s pick this week of what I streamed and really liked, and she found herself learning more about the classic comedy duo Stan & Ollie. It was a sweet story of two legendary comics with spot-on performances, big laughs, and genuinely touching moments.

 

06:18

How Cats Are Trained For TV And Movies | Movies Insider

How Cats Are Trained For TV And Movies | Movies In

Animals have been a part of showbiz since the first movie camera captured a horse running in motion. Now, the industry is dominated by animal stars -- most of them dogs. Cats, however, are an entirely different beast. Unlike dogs, cats don’t respond to traditional training and obedience techniques. Animal trainers need to work smart to get these furry prima donnas to cooperate. Do you want to know how Hollywood gets their cat stars ready for their closeup?

 

03:11

The different ways money laundering works

The different ways money laundering works

There are many ways to break the law, but financial crimes are in a league of their own. Not only are white collar crimes difficult to prosecute, they’re also extremely complex to pull off. Money laundering, one of the most famous examples, is when criminals invest their dirty money in a third party to get “clean money” back. When done properly, it helps ensure that crime pays for these high-rolling criminals.

 

02:13

DIY Security Tip – How to find hidden cameras in vacation rentals

DIY Security Tip – How to find hidden camera

Worried about hidden cameras in your vacation rental? This is a common fear now-a-days as more stories unravel about people finding out the wall outlet or the clock in the living room is secretly a camera. Thankfully, there is a way to uncover those creepy and invasive hidden cameras. Kim breaks down how using an NMAP scan (Network Mapped) can help. This simple tool can help you make sure you are not being spied on.

 

03:09

Why contactless cards haven’t caught on in the U.S.

Why contactless cards haven’t caught on in the U

Here in America, we always tend to go our own way. We snub the metric system, drive on the right side of the road and use credit cards with chips in our machines. Well, many other countries in the world have moved on to contactless cards for everyday transactions. There’s no swiping, signing, or waiting for the chip to read (or fail.) What would happen if we adopted contactless cards? You might be surprised at the advantages.

 

01:32

Exploring Game of Thrones’ real-life Dragonstone

Exploring Game of Thrones’ real-life Dragonstone

Winter is here and season 8 of "Game of Thrones" has finally kicked off! The end of the Westeros saga promises drama, danger and dragons galore. But did you know that the world of "Game of Thrones" has multiple backdrops set in the real world? One of the most striking examples is the island of Dragonstone -- the former base of Stannis Baratheon and the seat of the Targaryen dynasty. Learn more about the real-world location behind this iconic island castle.

 

04:20

Voice actor scams the scammer! TOO funny…! #scambaiting

Voice actor scams the scammer! TOO funny…! #

We’ve railed on robocalls and scammers multiple times, so this video is incredibly satisfying to watch. An eBay fraudster attempted to take advantage of this YouTuber, but little did they know they were dealing with a voice actor! Watch as she confuses and befuddles the scammer, blowing their entire plan out of the water.

 

02:45

WWII vet runs across America, again

WWII vet runs across America, again

Our brave veterans lead lives of duty, sacrifice and adventure. For some vets, however, the adventure doesn’t end once they step off a plane or boat. Meet Ernie Andrus, a World War II veteran who became the oldest man to run across the entire country at age 93. Now, he wants to do it again. Like something out of Forrest Gump, this veteran’s passion and endurance is stunning to watch.

 

05:40

Crazy animal encounters that led to amazing rescues

Crazy animal encounters that led to amazing rescue

Wild animals have been getting a little too curious about what’s going on in the human world. From surprise visitors in people’s homes, to new wildlife garbage collectors, it can be a little scary to encounter a wild animal when you’re not expecting it. But sometimes those animals are in need of help, and some crazy animal encounters led to amazing rescues. 

 

03:21

Black hole image reveals cosmic first: “Our jaws dropped”

Black hole image reveals cosmic first: “Our

For the first time ever, scientists have captured an image of a black hole in space. Long theorized by Einstein and other prominent scientists, a black hole is an ultra-dense region of space with such intense gravity that light can’t even escape. How do you even take a photo of something that sucks up light? You won’t believe the work that went into capturing it.

 

07:05

Polybius: Behind the urban legend

Polybius: Behind the urban legend

One of the freakiest modern urban legends centers around a mysterious arcade game called Polybius. Emerging in Oregon arcades for a short period of time, the game reportedly caused strange symptoms in the people who played it. What’s more, mysterious men in suits reportedly were monitoring the machine. Were government agents performing some kind of secret test on unwitting victims? Was this mind-control game just a myth?

 

03:47

How will we get to Alpha Centauri?

How will we get to Alpha Centauri?

Space is big. REALLY big. So big, in fact, that we measure distance by the speed that light itself travels in one year. Our closest neighboring star, Alpha Centauri, is 4.3 light years away. That’s 25 trillion miles! Despite this, scientists are already coming up with plans to cross this insane distance. Are you ready for the most epic road trip in the universe?

 

05:00

Binging with Babish: Krabby Patty from ‘Spongebob Squarepants’

Binging with Babish: Krabby Patty from ‘Spon

Today, Spongebob Squarepants has become a cartoon icon like Bugs Bunny or Popeye. Just like those two superstars, he even has his own favorite food: the Krabby Patty. Made from a secret formula and cooked fresh to order, this underwater favorite has been lovingly recreated by Binging with Babish, a channel that serves up some of the most delicious food in pop culture. Just don’t tell Plankton.

 

02:46

What I Streamed & Really Liked: ‘Catastrophe’

What I Streamed & Really Liked: ‘Catast

Every week on the Kim Komando Show, Andrew and Kim share what shows they streamed and really liked. This week's show is "Catastrophe." An American in London on business meets an Irish teacher and the sparks fly. Things don't go as planned and what was meant to be a fling gets serious fast between the recent acquaintances. It's a comedy series and it's funny.

 

03:01

Woman finds rooster on her hike and saves his life

Woman finds rooster on her hike and saves his life

On the long Appalachian trail, a woman comes across a loose rooster. However, this rooster wasn’t just exploring nature, it was lost. With no other choice, she decided to take the chicken with her for the rest of the 40 miles. See her endearing journey to rescue this rooster.

 

05:04

Why Stradivarius violins are worth millions

Why Stradivarius violins are worth millions

We all know how much expensive classical instruments can go for: several hundreds of dollars at least. Some, however, go for millions of dollars on auction and carry a wealth of history with them. The best examples are Stradivarius violins, made by master craftsman Antonio Stradivari during the 17th century. Music enthusiasts claim that Stradivarius have a sound with no equal, but are these masterwork instruments really all that special?

 

00:12

Local hero saves a dog on the freeway!

Local hero saves a dog on the freeway!

Meet Frankie, The Kim Komando Show cameraman by day, dog rescuer by night. On his way to work on a Friday, Frankie stopped in morning rush hour traffic to save a dog. Thankfully, no one was hurt and it was caught on camera by a reporter from local Phoenix channel ABC15! Thank Frankie for saving the day!

 

04:17

This lab-grown brain made a muscle TWITCH, here’s how

This lab-grown brain made a muscle TWITCH, here’

It’s alive! In a moment straight out of science fiction, scientists have created lab-grown brain that can move muscles. This miniature brain, only the size of a bean, was able to join with cells that came from a donors spinal cord, forming a miniature nervous system in a petri dish. Are these mini-brains conscious? No, but their development may hold the key to understanding how neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s develop over time.

 

05:36

Exploring the Arctic’s Global Seed Vault

Exploring the Arctic’s Global Seed Vault

Deep in the frozen north sits the island of Svalbard, a territory of Norway. Despite its isolation, Svalbard hosts one of the most important buildings in the world: a seed bank containing all of our most precious crops and agricultural plants. Were the Earth to face a devastating catastrophe, this bank would allow us to rebuild our food supply -- even if all of our plants were wiped out. How do the scientists at Svalbard keep these seeds safe?

 

03:30

Grand Canyon Cavern Hotel

Grand Canyon Cavern Hotel

The Grand Canyon is mind-blowing no matter how you look at it. But, have you ever thought of looking at it from underground? As it turns out, the Grand Canyon hosts a secret hotel room hundreds of feet below ground that offers some of the coolest accommodations in the world. The Grand Canyon Caverns are so secure that they were once designated as a fallout shelter for President Kennedy. Would you spend the night in a luxury cave?

 

05:29

What does a chopstick piano sound like?

What does a chopstick piano sound like?

If you ever learned to play piano, you probably learned the basic piece "Chopsticks." Now imagine playing that song on a piano made completely out of recycled chopsticks. Craftsman and musician Sami Elu decided to make exactly that: a keyboard made out of recycled wood with actual chopsticks for levers. He doesn’t play "Chopsticks" in particular, but his performance is anything but basic.

 

05:14

How to fossilize … yourself

How to fossilize … yourself

Everyone asks themselves what they plan to leave behind after they die. Imagine leaving your entire body -- preserved for eternity like a dinosaur bone! Fossils are unique in that bones are transformed over millions of years into literal rock, making them impossible to decay. What does it take to become a fossil, though? Could we become fossils?  

 

07:59

How astronauts train for a worst-case spacewalk

How astronauts train for a worst-case spacewalk

Astronauts must be some of the bravest people on (or off) the planet. Every day they perform their jobs, they face extreme risk in the most hostile environment imaginable: outer space. If you’ve ever seen the movie "Gravity," you’ll know how harsh survival can be outside of Earth. Watch how NASA prepares trainee astronauts for space disasters using VR and robotics. It’s out of this world!

 

06:31

What’s inside a water elevator?

What’s inside a water elevator?

Who doesn’t love waterparks? As fun as swimming, splashing and waterslides are, not everyone has the ability to join in on the fun -- especially if the slides or pools are high up. This waterpark in Hawaii offers a unique form of accessibility: a water-based elevator that can move an entire group of people to a higher floor. It was initially designed for the original park owner’s son, who couldn’t reach the top of the slides with his disability. Now, people from around the world can enjoy the water elevator. Would you go for a ride?  

 

07:41

Is supersonic air travel making a comeback?

Is supersonic air travel making a comeback?

Remember the Concorde? These luxury jetliners were capable of flying at twice the speed of sound, taking passengers from New York to London in under four hours. High costs and industry setbacks caused the Concorde to be retired in 2003, but private startups, new investors and even NASA are trying to revive the concept of supersonic air travel for the general public. Will it be worth the ticket price? 

 

07:39

Where are we supposed to store all this nuclear waste?

Where are we supposed to store all this nuclear wa

Back in the 1950s, nuclear power was promoted as the ultimate solution for energy. Experts said that by the year 2000, energy would become too cheap to meter, with every home in America powered by atomic power. Well, 2000 came and went, and nuclear power continues to generate record amounts of poisonous waste -- about 2,200 tons every year. How are we supposed to get rid of all this radioactive sludge? 

 

04:27

You won’t believe what this insane contraption is used for

You won’t believe what this insane contraption i

Rube Goldberg machines are so complex and convoluted that they’re hard to look away from. YouTuber Joseph Herscher is a prolific Rube Goldberg designer who may have finally built his masterpiece. Watch each domino (or ball, or spoon, or cup) fall in this ridiculous sequence that accomplishes a rather simple task in spectacular form. Maybe it’s not super practical, but it sure looks cool. 

 

05:11

Forget cats vs. dogs! Who would win, cougar vs. wolf?

Forget cats vs. dogs! Who would win, cougar vs. wo

Cats and dogs are traditional rivals for household dominance. Though some get along just fine, "fighting like cats and dogs" is so common that the image has become ingrained in popular culture. Now imagine that fight but taken to the extreme -- with larger, meaner wild forms of our furry companions. Don't worry, no animals were harmed in the making of this video, but this hypothetical match up puts two apex predators to the test.

 

03:41

Custom Lego robot can make you breakfast

Custom Lego robot can make you breakfast

Rube Goldberg machines are cool, but what about one built out of Legos! Better yet, what about a Rube Goldberg machine built out of Legos that cooks! As it turns out, someone had the brains to create just that -- and it actually works!   

 

05:50

Anatomy of a golf ball shows why they can fly

Anatomy of a golf ball shows why they can fly

Golf continues to be one of the most popular sports in the world, enjoyed by amateurs, pros, and even our current and former presidents. Despite their size, golf balls have the potential to fly hundreds of yards in distance with every swing. This video explains why golf balls can go so far, along with a cross section of what's really inside to give them their lift.

 

05:02

How to spot a pyramid scheme

How to spot a pyramid scheme

"Looking to make thousands per month while working from home? You’re in luck! All you need to do is pay $500 to buy our product, sell all of it, and recruit 5 other people to join." Easy, right? It is for the people at the top. Pyramid schemes prey on the hopes of people looking for work while secretly enriching the scammers who run the company. Here are some classic signs to look out for to prevent yourself from getting hooked. 

 

05:26

Get the tissues! Dogs welcoming soldiers home will warm your heart

Get the tissues! Dogs welcoming soldiers home will

For the families of our brave soldiers fighting abroad, nothing is more important than the long-awaited homecoming. Human family members aren’t the only ones missing people in the service, however. These dogs are happy beyond belief to see their favorite humans return home safe. You’ll need some tissues for this one. 

 

29:05

Family fixes house in ghost town

Family fixes house in ghost town

In the abandoned medieval town of Ghesc, Italy, a family decided to rebuild a ruined home. Spending over $28,000 and with 1,000 hours of work, they were successful in reviving the old home. But now they are encouraging others to do the same. Would you move into a ghost town and rebuild an ancient house? 

 

05:30

Hacker built a playable organ out of Furbies

Hacker built a playable organ out of Furbies

Remember the Furby? This iconic creature was the bane of many a '90s parent, with its constant chatter only entertaining kids for an hour before the batteries had to come out. Well, Furby and friends are back in a bizarre musical instrument built by a circuit-hacker with a taste for the weird. You won’t believe how it sounds. 

 

09:04

Scientists are using a new algorithm to understand what rats are saying

Scientists are using a new algorithm to understand

When we think of animal speech, barks, squeaks and chirps are what comes to mind. But what if animals are saying a little more than we expect? These scientists have been working on a breakthrough algorithm that allows them to interpret the sounds of rats. Are we on the breakthrough of discovering an animal language? 

 

02:29

What I Streamed and Liked: ‘The Masked Singer’

What I Streamed and Liked: ‘The Masked Singe

Celebrities, costumes, and singing? It's a strange and ridiculous combination that comes together to make great TV in "The Masked Singer." In this spectacle of a game show, celebrity contestants dress up in elaborate costumes and sing while a panel tries to guess their identity. Some of the voices are unmistakable, but others might just catch you off guard. Can you unmask The Masked Singer?

 

02:47

The slower side of horse racing

The slower side of horse racing

You’re probably familiar with the Kentucky Derby, with strong, agile race horses vying for the title. But you’ve probably never imagined that big horses can race, too. That’s just what’s going on the Japanese island of Hokkaido. Racehorses there are massive, and they’re pulling one-ton sleds. Want to see them in action?