“As my snowboarding career evolves and video parts come and go, my personal life changes, but snowboarding remains constant. This re-edit with this particular song helps tell my story of the new challenges faced as a professional snowboarder where there is love and passion for the sport, mixed with the constant travel of chasing snow for days and weeks on end as my little boy grows. These words in this song inspire me to bring family and filming together whenever possible.” – @danbrisse.
Developed by seasoned studio Cyanide, Call of Cthulhu for consoles and PC is an RPG-Investigation game blending psychological horror and stealth mechanics, in a deeply immersive world with an oppressive atmosphere. Today ushers in a new trailer, depicting protagonist Pierce’s submersion into the depths of madness, as he investigates a mysterious death on Darkwater Island, Boston.
I can’t make out what they are yelling? Evil Nazi guide us? Shia LaBeouf has unveiled yet another piece of online performance art, and this one is aimed directly at new President of the United States Donald Trump. On the day of Trump’s inauguration, LaBeouf announced a new project called “HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US,” which is live-streaming footage from a camera installed outside the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York.
A long limbed mother-of-two is challenging the current Guinness world record holder to claim the title of the world’s longest legs. Caroline Arthur, a former model who lives in Melbourne, has legs that measure a whopping 51.5 inches from hip to heel. Incredibly, Caroline’s legs account for 69% of her height and she is now seeking an official measurement to see if she can claim the world record.
Spencer, a leader of the alt-right movement, was speaking about the protests in Washington DC when a masked man in a hoodie punched him directly in the face. ‘I was just physically assaulted twice by antifas. No serious damage. I can take a punch,’ Spencer tweeted. Clearly the gentleman with the hood up and face covered (due to the weather elements) lost his footing and luckily managed to rebalance himself off the other guys face. Case closed.
Getting a Honda Grom just went from a want to a need for me. Out of the box, they are an absolute blast. If customisation is your thing, there is a sh*tload of aftermarket parts available. Tons from major manufacturers as well as a lot of small time operations. Go and follow @jackfield1 for more. Footage via @matty_mac.
U.S. military officials have announced that they’ve carried out their largest ever test of a drone swarm released from fighter jets in flight. In the trials, three F/A-18 Super Hornets released 103 Perdix drones, which then communicated with each other and went about performing a series of formation flying exercises that mimic a surveillance mission. The Perdix drone are able to withstand speeds of Mach 0.6 and temperatures of -10 °C during release.
Somebody at the University of North Carolina should slap a uniform on this kid stat. At halftime of the Tar Heels’ 107-56 beatdown of the North Carolina State Wolfpack, a young kid named Asher Lucas buried three straight half-court shots. The crowd grew more raucous each time the little fella found the bottom of the net. Awesome.
You won’t see a more convincing walk-off victory in combat sports. This was Daley’s 39th win and 29th by stoppage in his long, roller coaster career. Daley had a short run in the UFC in 2009 and 2010. He was 2-1 in that stint with stoppage wins over Martin Kampmann and Dustin Hazelett. Unfortunately, Daley was banned from the UFC after his lone loss with the promotion. After losing a decision to Josh Koscheck at UFC 113, Daley suckered punch his opponent.
A vacationing Missouri couple taking a tour of Florida’s wetlands got an up-close look at the wildlife — probably much closer than they ever wanted. Tylor Hindery was using his phone to take streaming video of an alligator on Facebook Live when the wind blew their boat toward the bank. The alligator jumped aboard, ran across the deck, then struggled to get over the railing on the other side of the boat before splashing back into the water.