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Please Redirect All Links and Bookmarks to http://www.brblife.com !

January 23, 2011

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You will no longer be able to see new posts on this website. We have upgraded brblife and are now using an independent server.

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Guy selling his White House replica

January 22, 2011

Apparently the guy who built this has fallen on financial hardships and has to sell. This would be a pretty amazing house to live in.

Check out the Article and more pictures here

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Japanese secret chest (tansu)

January 22, 2011

Perfect place to hide your stuff from the tax man.

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hf gl T-shirt! Starcraft 2 Speak (Have Fun Good Luck)

January 21, 2011

‘hf gl’ on front with a ‘gg’ on back

Have fun and good luck is commonly displayed at the beginning of most Starcraft 2 games as ‘hf gl’. Good game is almost always stated as ‘gg’ after every game, unless a player is a bad sport!

For less than $20, you can get your own T-shirt here!

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brent comber wooden furniture

January 20, 2011

Canadian designer brent comber creates furniture using wood in unusual ways. his ‘alder’ series features branches which have been clumped together and cut into geometric forms. the result of this process keeps the form of the tree intact while create a contemporary form. the ‘shattered’ collection has a similar process but instead of branches, it uses cut sections from logs. this creates an effect that resembles shattered glass or ice, hence the name. comber’s most innovative use of wood can be found in his series of lampshades made from cedar trunks. the shades have small perforation drilled in the side to let light through. comber’s work is all made with sustainably harvested wood, often using scraps from wood mills.

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Art Lebedev Verbarius Word Clock

January 16, 2011

The Verbarius electronic clock by Art Lebedev, a design firm that’s also given us fancy gadgets like the OLED Optimus Maximus keyboard, icon fridge magnets, folder flash drives and the Optimus Aux keypad. The Verbarius displays time not by numbers, but solely by phrases like “Twenty-nine past eleven a.m.” or “Half past ten”. Amazing, but pricey. The clock works just as described, displaying phrases instead of times. You can have up to ten different variations on a single “minute”, so 10:10 could be “ten ten”, “ten past ten”, “ten minutes past ten”, “fifty til eleven”, or whatever other weird notation you can think of. To make your own language packs (it already comes with English, French, Russian and Spanish), just make an .xls file and send it to Art Lebedev. They’ll convert it to Verbarius’ proprietary format. Buy here for about $190us.

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Creative Home Engineering’s Hidden Passageways

January 15, 2011

A company – Creative Home Engineering that makes and sells the hidden passageways for create a secret room. You can pull a favorite book from your library shelf and watch a cabinet section to reveal a hidden passageway; twist a candlestick and your fireplace rotates, granting access to a hidden room..!

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