The unofficial contest to take the world’s most insane selfie has a new group of participants that are easy frontrunners. Photographers Daniel Lau, Andrew Tso, and A.S. decided to have a banana break on the spire of The Centre, the fifth tallest building in Hong Kong, which has 73 floors and stands 1,135 feet above the Earth. Frank Wu posted the video to YouTube, which begins with Lau crouching with a camera on the end of a pole. He then stands (without holding onto anything for stability) and turns with the camera to give a 360-degree look at the city around them.
This is a video of a one-legged break dancer going so hard it looks like he’s about to break his other leg off. Plus he incorporates his crutches into the routine, with a solid flying dismount. It just goes to show you, if you try hard and believe in yourself, nothing can hold you back from your dreams. Except dying, so stop texting and driving like a jackass.
Some four years ago, the legendary Andrew Reynolds famously listed Wes Kremer as one of his top three personal picks for burgeoning amateurs. Surely that moment was a hefty accolade for the young Californian, yet Kremer has worn it well over the past few years. With an irreverence for trendy tricks or outfits and taking full advantage of his home state’s chill substance laws, Kremer ended up with a contender for ‘Part of the Year’ lists with “Crusty by Nature.” Presented by Thrasher and DC Shoes, the clip is a five-minute hammer marathon.
This isn’t about religion, it’s about good people being kind to other living things. All kinds of people from different backgrounds would have done the same thing. I don’t care what religion you are, who you are, or where you’re from, you rescued the little birds and that’s all that matters. Good job lads.
The United States has been fighting guerrilla warfare in Afghanistan since 2001. Some firefights happen within cities, where enemies and civilians look alike. Some attacks occur on roadways, where hidden IED’s await. As we can see from this soldier’s footage, some ambushes happen in woodlands, and enemies quickly learn where America cut its war teeth. The terror witnessed by our veterans will haunt them to the grave, and such courage should not be ignored. Now, it won’t be.
Beer packaging has just gotten a lot bigger in Texas, where a small brewery is launching a 99-pack of its “Peacemaker” ale. The 7-foot-long (2.13-meter-long) pack consists of three rows of 33 cans that tip the scales at 82 pounds (37 kg) and will likely have a retail price of about $99. Austin Beerworks plans to put its first 99-pack on store shelves this week. “We made it at first as a joke,” said Michael Graham, co-founder of the Austin-based craft brewery. But it seems a lot of people are taking it seriously. Would you buy one?
With police brutality at the forefront of the national conversation, a Florida police chief is defending the actions of an officer caught on video pointing his weapon into a car full of black men who refused to stop filming the cops. What do you think about the situation? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
Typically when parents break the news to their children that they are going to be big brothers or sisters, it goes over really well or really badly. A mother named Shanee Gibson Hart of Fort Lewis, Washington, posted a video on Facebook describing the moment she told her son Tré and daughter that they are going to have a new sibling, and the news sends her son off on a tirade that would make Gordon Ramsey blush.