Next time you get stick in the wilderness with only your busted phone follow the tips on the info-graphic below. I'm pretty sure this will get you out of your bad situation in no time flat. That is, unless you have a fallen rock on your hand. In that case you will need to wait at least 127 hours.
You can thank me later for all this extra knowledge...
Cheap guy tip: Remember to try not to break anything when disassembling your phone so you can still try to make a warranty claim when you get back.
Oh look, another rock star is out on a SUP during his family vacation in
It seems that the Aerosmith frontman, Steven Tyler, suffers from Morton's neuroma which the U.S. National Library of Medicine describes as, “an injury to the nerve between the toes, which causes thickening and pain. It commonly affects the nerve that travels between the third and fourth toes.”
World renowned reporting journal, Celebrity Fix has all the details:
It seems he has had the problem since the 1970’s of wearing poor footwear and rockin’ it out on stage to much.
Steven has previously talked publicly about getting surgery to try fix the damage done by his hyperactive dancing on stage.
"The doctors told me the pain in my feet could be corrected but it would require a few surgeries over time," he told People magazine.
"The 'foot repair' pain was intense, greater than I'd anticipated. The months of rehabilitative care and painful strain of physical therapy were traumatic.
"I really needed a safe environment to recuperate where I could shut off my phone and get back on my feet."
Sorry about that. I know you can’t ever unsee those toes.
Photo credit: celebrities.ninemsn.com.au
This is why you don’t want to be on the water while a thunderstorm is rolling through.
Below is a sequence of three, 30-second exposure photos taken over a course of three minutes during a thunderstorm in
Pay close attention to the time stamps below. In the first photo, notice the police boat (the blue line on the water) moving on the water.
In photo two they make the decision to turn around and go back.
Flip to photo three and see what happened to the storm only two minutes later.
Probably the best decision the captain of that boat ever made.
Oh wow, you need to check these out. Below the Boat is a brand new company that produces 3D wooden nautical charts laser-cut from sheets of Baltic birch and glued together in a wood frame.
They offer a wide selection of charts from across North America including San Juan Islands, Puget Sound,
Prices range from $130-300 depending on how large and complex the map is.
More info: belowtheboat.com