“We have so much to learn from each person we experience. Martial Arts is such a great teacher. I decided to play a prank on my class. I brought in Black Belt Alex Vamos, put a white belt on him and let him do my BJJ class just like any new student. The class learned a lot of valuable lessons from this prank, never underestimate your opponent, never get to complaisant with your training. Most of all, in order to get through life we must have have a sense of humour. If you can’t laugh at life, you’ll lose it. Enjoy!” – Alan Belcher
Brandishing signs and shouting slogans, religious Christian protesters disrupted a Muslim rally on the steps of the Texas capitol. “Islam will never dominate in the United States,” the 50-year-old from Michigan said, “and by the grace of God it will not dominate Texas!” Some 420,000 Muslims live in Texas, representing the eighth-largest Muslim population in the United States, according to the Texas Tribune.
Part one of Paul Langland’s series ‘The Hills’. The journey of this shovel-built, natural terrain set of BMX jumps will not only push Langers limits but step him into the next frontier of BMX dirt. A budget of $0 and no earth moving machinery. It’s just one guy, a big dream, a shovel, hundreds of man hours and a 20-inch BMX, getting it done.
Here’s the story, of a man named Danny. Danny Trejo, that is, and he just might win the Super Bowl. Snickers just released its full 30-second Brady Bunch-themed Super Bowl spot from BBDO New York, and it doesn’t disappoint. As expected, it features the “You’re not you when you’re hungry” joke format, and matches Trejo with everyone’s favourite eldest Brady girl, Marcia.
It’s just as vicious and cynical as the first trailer, this time focusing on humanity’s habit of living in homes and owning stuff as a fair justification for mass immolation. Since the first trailer dropped, developer Destructive Creations has vigorously defended its right to create violent content, slamming anyone who dares to question the taste boundaries of its work. What do you think?
Drone video shows the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp as it is today – 70 years after it was liberated by Soviet troops. The camp in Poland is now maintained as a World Heritage Site and is visited by thousands of tourists and survivors every year. Auschwitz was the largest camp established by the Germans during World War II. More than a million people – the vast majority of them Jews – died there between 1940, when it was built, and 1945, when it was liberated by the Soviet army.
After losing control of his engines, bumbling spaceman Fripp finds himself at the mercy of his spaceship. A thrilling descent through an asteroid belt ensues, after which he finds himself marooned on a post-apocalyptic Earth. Without a working spacecraft, the interstellar time-traveler must dip into the dead planet’s history in order to find a way home.