Filmer Jaiden Maclean just released drone and GoPro footage from the recent Cyclone Gita swell at Kirra on Gold Coast, Australia’s Superbank. Featuring: Joel Parkinson, Dion Atkinson, Dean Harrington, Ryan Hipwood, Dean Morrison, Brent Dorrington, and McKenzie Bowden.

“We were on a day trip and we stopped to go through that little river. It seemed fun to record us while we were passing and then the accident happened. As we were not near the city, we had to pedal for a while until I reached the road so we could ask for help.”

If you are in need of some inspiration, Jocko Willink‘s podcast is packed with golden nuggets like this one. The retired United States Navy SEAL is living proof that you don’t get old, just older. Get fired up!

The decision to walk into a tattoo parlour and have someone needle-inject ink into the whites of your eyeballs is probably a bad one. That’s according to ophthalmologists, tattoo artist Johnny Nobody, who has had the procedure, and even the guy who says he invented it.

Watch the refuelling of F-22s and listen to some of the commentary between the In-Flight Refueller; Senior Airman Jordan Smith, deployed from Travis Air Force Base, and the pilots. Senior Airman Smith is known for his creative, morale-boosting conversation methods of having riddles or jokes or talking about the food they miss from back home.

Jude Law has made his first appearance in the role of a young Professor Dumbledore for new film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald. The first film was hampered by its need to set up plot for the coming four films. But the newly released trailer seems to indicate that the second film will dive deeper into the main storyline, one Potter fans know well.

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Mount Everest is the ultimate test for adventurers trying to test their boundaries, but when it comes to climbing this natural monument, one group of people excel. The Sherpa people are an ethnic group from Nepal who have lived in the high altitudes of the Himalayas for generations.

Ink addicts is a gallery in which we celebrate the art of tattooing. We are sharing images from across the internet that we have stumbled across or that have been submitted via email. We love the tattoo community and our intentions are to shine more light and acceptance on tattoos. Check out these amazing pieces.

A federal judge released courtroom video of the shooting of a defendant who attacked a witness with a pen during a racketeering trial. The 24 seconds of video shows Siale Angilau, a member of the Tongan Crips gang, standing up at the defence table, grabbing a pen or pencil, then running to the witness stand and hurdling himself over it.

It’s no excuse that not having enough money means you can’t have fun. These guys probably have more fun and get more drunk because they were forced to make it inside the festival in a cheeky way. Love it.

“I work as a bartender at a golf course. Sundays are usually an OK day. But today was different. I was so slammed packed with people watching Tiger play it was insane. I know it seems minimal but the economic trickle down effect this guy has when it comes to the golf world is hard to explain. I made at least 3X the amount of money I usually make on Sundays just because Tiger was in contention. He brings so much to the game it’s amazing.” – Alcaonline.

Tattoos have developed a varied form of expression across the world, but the science behind their everlasting-presence is even more fascinating. Ink flows down the needles when they pierce the epidermis. Once the ink is inside the skin, the body’s immune system can’t ingest it, leaving the tattoo to stay.

The case involves a married man who is sent a letter threatening to tell his family he had received oral sex from a sex worker unless he pays the blackmailer £1000. The letter also contained photos of the man visiting the sex worker. Detective constable Gareth Suffling is arrested at work and found guilty of blackmail.

In yet another example of Grand Theft Auto–grade road rage played out in real life, a Florida man slammed into several cars on Sunday, igniting a ridiculous mob scene of Miami denizens hell-bent on stopping him from speeding away.

Is the government slowly releasing footage like this to ease the population into being more comfortable with the existence of aliens, before dropping the bomb that the universe is brimming with life and we are becoming part of an intergalactic federation? Hope so…

Finding out of a bodybuilder’s strength can overpower a martial artist’s skill has long been know to not work, but it’s still classic to see a juice monkey get put in their place!