Daily Cheese: Mini Cannons, Turf Fields & Front Flips


Mini cannons… Unreal.

The cannon and the gunpowder are homemade and the projectiles are tiny steel balls. The cannon was built and works exactly like the antique cannons of Napoleon’s time. detailed information on this type of weaponry can be found on the internet. (not for sale because of legal issues regarding safety).

We must put a tiny LAS sticker on that sucker.

(via The Spoon Feed)


Orlando, FL — August 11, 2010 — Orlando Titans majority owner Gary Rosenbach today announced that he is placing the franchise on the sale block for $1.4 million.  The last three National Lacrosse League franchises sold have ranged from $3 million to $5.575 million for the Rochester Knighthawks in May of 2008.

“Today’s announcement was a very hard one for me to make,” said Rosenbach.  “I am first and foremost a fan of professional indoor lacrosse and have done everything within my means to help the sport grow and succeed in both Orlando and New York.  However, it saddens me to say that it’s time for me to pass the torch on to someone else who shares my passion for the sport and the desire to see the Titans succeed.”

Ever wonder how a turf field is built?



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