The last time we encountered one of the Switzer boys’ 1700 HP “Goliath” brand Nissan GTRs, the 4100 lb. full-weight car was blasting across a quarter mile line in a record-setting (for ethanol powered street cars) 8.4 seconds at more 180 MPH. It’s one thing to set a time and speed on a closed, controlled, and sticky racetrack, however. It’s quite another thing entirely to run at sustained triple-digit speeds on public roads – which makes the 237.1 MPH run shown, an incredible achievement.
On the premiere episode of ‘Running Wild With Bear Grylls’, adventurist and survivalist Bear Grylls took Zac Efron on a trip to the Catskill Mountains and spends 48 hours with him. The pair quickly got along, and they developed a strong bromance. Check out this compilation of their flourishing relationship!
What an unlikely friendship. A drowning crow was recently saved by a bear at Budapest Zoo. In a video captured by Aleksander Medves, the bear is seen eyeing the drowning crow in the water. The bear follows the crow before making the grand rescue. After seconds of suffering, the bear paws at the crow and eventually grabs its wing by the mouth. In an unexpected twist, the bear drops the crow onto land and goes on its merry way, eating vegetables in its path instead.
Disney has released the first official trailer for the much-anticipated musical “Into the Woods,” which opens Christmas day. The trailer opens with the various iconic characters offering wishes, followed by the warning “This Christmas Be Careful What You Wish For.” The Disney fairytale mash-up, based on various Grimm fairy tales, revolves around a childless baker and his wife who attempt to lift a family curse by journeying into the woods to confront the witch that put the spell on them. Along the way, they encounter Rapunzel, Cinderella, “Jack and the Beanstalk’s” Jack Little, Red Riding Hood and other classic fairy tale characters. Depp plays the Big Bad Wolf although he’s barely seen in the trailer. Kendrick portrays Cinderella and Pine plays her prince while Streep plays the witch.
The Youngbloods are a small spearfishing crew from the beautiful coast of north west Australia. Join them on their recent fishing adventure where they spear some massive fish, dodge sharks, swim with whales and generally live the Aussie dream.
An awesome illustration that class V boating down waterfalls and dangerous rapids comes with consequences. Hopefully the new generation of play boaters will think twice before accepting challenges they aren’t sure about. This video is lacking any attempt to disguise unpleasantness, so strap on your helmet and enjoy. Shout out to Grant Savidge for the submission.