John "J-Mart" Martin is a self-proclaimed geek, an adult LEGO aficionado, has mediocre musical abilities, is a Vault Hunter and is also currently trying to amass a collection of tabletop games and Magic: The Gathering cards. He's been writing most of his young life but first cut his video game writing teeth at Warp Zoned. Now he's rocking with the rolls at Arcade Sushi and wishes that he could view real life through a Retina display.
John Llewellyn Martin
We Had No Clue This Kind of Thing Happened in Nature
Two girls in Ireland take a trip on a canoe down the River Shannon. What they experience next is a rare occurrence in nature that we never would have expected.
We Couldn’t Guess the Secret Behind This Miniature 777 Plane
The following video and pictures might prompt you to rethink your hobbies and cause you to run out to your nearest office supply store. It's that amazing.
I Teared Up When I Learned Why This Dog Shows Up to Mass Every Day
This stalwart pooch named Tommy has been attending mass every day for the last two months. Is he really just that pious? Or is there another reason for his attendance?
Peter Pan Actor Proposes to Wendy During a Stage Play
Have you adequately prepared your heart for a wave of feels? Here's a video of an actor playing Peter Pan who pops the question to his girlfriend, who was playing Wendy Darling, during a performance onstage at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow, Scotland.
Here are a Bunch of People Zip-lining in an NFL Stadium
Here's something to add to our bucket list: go rope swing zip-lining in an NFL stadium with a mascot and a whole lot of people.
Slow Mo Guys Film a Hydrophobic Surface and Magnetic Liquid
Are you ready to see some science in slow motion? The Slow Mo Guys play with a hydrophobic surface and some magnetic liquid.
KUTV News Reporter Passes Out on Live TV, Continues to Report Seconds Later
In this video, KUTV reporter Brooke Graham passes out in the middle of an interview, only to keep it rolling along seconds later. Who doesn't love a good, hard-working reporter, right?