The folks at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California have a new roller coaster that could be perfect for you - if you're a daredevil.
It's called Twisted Colossus, and as advertised, it does things that other coasters don't. Or can't. Or both.
It's a hybrid steel-and-wood double-track coaster, and the folks at Theme Park Review call it "insane."
That's the ride itself, not the riders - although that may also be accurate.
Check out this amazingly scary video. And let me know - would you ride in the front seat?
Would you ride it at all?
It wasn't even 24 hours since David Letterman signed off for the last time.
Crews from CBS descended on The Ed Sullivan Theater yesterday to dismantle the set. Late Show
Dismantle is a gentle word.
They destroyed it. Chopped it to pieces. Tossed it into dumpsters.
The New York Post has a series of pictures showing the travesty. Click here if you dare.
According to reports, Dave's desk was carefully bubble-wrapped, and will be shipped off to the Smithsonian.
As for the rest - headed for a scrap heap in Jersey, most likely.
A pretty unceremonious epilogue for Dave's career, don't you think?
When you think of David Letterman, one of the first three things to come to mind has to be his nightly Top 10 lists.
And what better topic for his last Top 10 than the Top 10 Things I've Always Wanted to Say to David Letterman.
And who better to pronounce these than good friends to Dave and his program, like Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Peyton Manning, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Barbara Walters and Alec Baldwin.
What a way to wrap up this tradition.
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Did you wonder what the other late night talk hosts did to mark David Letterman's retirement?
Earlier this week, we posted Jimmy Kimmel's tribute. That was very special.
On the night of Dave's last show, Conan O'Brien did his regular show for 35 minutes, and when the clock hit 11:35PM, he and his guest, Patton Oswalt, urged people to go and watch Dave's show. Pretty cool - and watch what they did afterwards!
James Corden, the new host of w that until Wednesday followed Dave, sang a special tribute song to Dave with the help of a heavily-bearded Sting. Also pretty cool... The Late Late Sho
Jenni Farley - aka JWoww from - took to Instagram to talk about pictures of herself in a bikini. Jersey Shore
Someone snapped and published a bunch of pictures of her at a pool in a bathing suit. She was with her daughter and her fiance.
People being what they are - sometimes pretty stupid and rude - they made comments about JWoww's body, calling her flabby and referring to her "cellulite-ridden caboose."
Others would have curled up in a corner and cried a while
But this is JWoww, after all, one of the toughest young ladies on the Eastern seaboard.
Check out what she has to say... And tell me if you feel like standing up and cheering...
This happened earlier in the week, but it's pretty uplifting and worthy of sharing.
Dwayne Johnson - aka The Rock - posted a picture to Instagram.
It shows him reading a letter, grinning like a child at Christmas.
Turns out the letter is from Steven Spielberg - yes, that Steven Spielberg - who wrote to say that he is a fan of Dwayne's work.
Dwayne was moved, because growing up, he'd been a huge fan of Steven's.
Look at the picture. And read what he said.
RLITM totally digs this article from Yahoo.com! Especially the part about Dave's snarkiness paving the way for Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart, and Rob Lucas. Hey...did they really write that (see #4)
Even if you DVR'd David Letterman's final show, reading and checking these vids won't spoil it for you, only make you wanna watch the full show more. Here are the highlights.
Letterman was on TV for 33 years and 6,028 shows
Best Moments/Lines Dave's Final Monologue
"It's beginning to look like I'm not going to get The Tonight Show."
"Stephen Hawking added it up, and in 33 years there's been eight minutes of laughs."
"Next month Paul and I will be debuting our new act in Las Vegas with our white tigers."
"Now when I screw up, I will have to go on someone else's show to apologize."
We weren't the only ones watching David Letterman's farewell show last night.
Other late night hosts were watching too.
Like Jimmy Kimmel, who posted this touching tribute to Dave yesterday from his show on Tuesday night.
And he didn't do a new show yesterday, out of respect for Dave.
Those are genuine tears too....