In a promotional video for the pressurised rubber spray, dudes drop fragile objects sprayed with Line-X off a roof to prove its efficacy. A cinder block and an egg are among the objects to bounce off the ground, completely unharmed. The rubber renders them unbreakable. Line-X, originally developed as a protective truck bed liner, also markets itself for military defence purposes. The company says its product even covers the Pentagon, protecting it from potential explosive attacks. What would you spray?
With the rumour mill running at full steam about the iPhone 6, the Internet is saturated with purported leaks, reveals and exclusive first-looks — all trying to win the scoop on the next big piece of tech. Thanks to the Second City Network, we finally get an answer to the important and timely question: Is this the new iPhone 6?
This isn’t your typical drag race, because chances are you haven’t seen a Lamborghini Huracan racing a Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker jet fighter. Going from a standing start, both machines were pushed to their limits during an event in Russia. As you might expect, the Huracan managed to take the lead at the beginning, but the jet fighter dominated the race in the end.
Felt recoil is largely subjective and some can deal with it better than others. The .500 S&W Magnum is more than most shooters care to deal with and many still feel the .44 Magnum is too much, which brings us to the question of the day. Where you do you draw the line? Which handgun and/or cartridge is at your upper limit and which produce more recoil than you are willing to deal with?
The Pyramid follows a cast of characters who enter a newfound pyramid in the Egyptian desert. However, as they begin exploring the labyrinthine structure, they quickly realise that what they are actually standing in is a sort of prison – and what that prison is keeping trapped inside is something more nightmarish than any of the explorers could’ve imagined. The evils of ancient Egypt are not dead yet. Will you watch it?
Mohave County Sheriff’s officials say 39-year-old Charles Vacca, of Lake Havasu City, died after he was shot at the Last Stop shooting outdoor range in White Hills. Sheriff’s officials say Vacca was airlifted to the University Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to investigators, Vacca was standing next to the girl while he was instructing her how to use an automatic Uzi when the accident happened. Authorities say the girl pulled the trigger and the recoil sent the gun over her head and the victim was shot. Deputies say the girl was at the shooting range with her parents.