You may have heard the story of 5 year old Danny Nickerson from Massachusetts, who is battling a rare form of brain cancer. Danny wants nothing but cards for his 6th birthday and has been receiving thousands of them from strangers around the world. At a recent wrestling fanfest in Tucson, Bill Goldberg heard about the story and got his friends to sign a card and send this heart touching video to Danny.
Watch as a man high on meth swerves wildly and crashes into a tree. He manages to crawl out almost unscathed but goes into a freakishly insane tantrum right after. Witnesses state that they saw needles and spoons nearby him after the accident. Drunk driving is one of the worst things you could do, so imagine how dangerous it is to drive high on methamphetamine.
A lifeguard rescued a boy who had been dragged away from the beach in a very strong rip current while bodyboarding. He was heard screaming for help so lifeguard Joby Wolfenden-Brown paddled out on a rescue board and grabbed the boy, who was exhausted and clearly in a lot of distress. He was brought back to shore safely and reunited with his family.
“I walked around Venice Beach with one of the craziest peeling sunburns you will ever see. It wasn’t real obviously, just some make-up and glue. This was so much fun to make and I hope you guys enjoy it.” – AverageBroTV. Shout out to Cody Stoerck for the submission.
‘Skin’ documents the life of Martyka Brandt, a member of New Zealand’s largest and most notorious gang, the Mighty Mongrel Mob. In a gang comprised predominantly of Maori and Pacific Islanders, Martyka was one of the few Pakeha members who joined the gang in the early ’70s. From being admitted to a mental institution at the age of 14, escaping and living a life of Mongrelism, Martyka’s life drastically changed as he began to raise his own family, later becoming a solo father raising 10 children through welfare and foster care.
This commercial takes a harsh turn when a sign language speaking orangutan tells a little girl her food is destroying his home. Rainforests are being destroyed for palm oil and pushing the last wild orangutans to the brink of extinction. You can submit to a photo petitions to end this madness at inyourpalm.org.
After spending a few years riding in Orlando, Stephen Pierce decided to bring it all back home to Lake Norman, North Carolina. Steve continues to push the NC scene with one of the best attitudes around. This clip has it all with good vibes, fun times and a Lambo! Cheers to Rob for this awesome submission.
For actors of a certain age, gritty action flicks are their new bread and butter, and Hollywood and audiences can’t seem to get enough of dudes who look too old to be kicking ass, actually kicking ass. And so former James Bond, Pierce Brosnan, will bring his special set of skills back to the big screen in “The November Man.” And a new trailer is here for you to see how he is still holding up.
In the space of four years Marcus has been to almost 50 festivals around the world. Along the way he’s made friends with famous bands, found himself clinging underneath festival cess-pits, and hanging out with people called Acid Chris. This is not his day job—he shoots for stations like HBO and creates music videos. But somehow, between hitch-hiking across the United States and being one of the most sought-after photographers in music, he’s found time to compile his four-year festival experience into a documentary. The film is called No Cameras Allowed and you can watch the trailer now.
Drugs are a multi-billion-dollar industry that fuels crime and violence like no other substance on the planet. Turning cartel leaders into billionaires, the illegal drug industry also provides vital income to hundreds of thousands of poor workers across the globe. While some users sacrifice their lives to an addiction they can’t escape, others find drugs to be their only saving grace from physical or emotional pain almost impossible to overcome. Where should the lines be drawn in this lucrative industry? Watch drug dealer PT describe how his business breaks down, but the stick up man is never far away.