Over the years, I’ve seen flash-mob style fence-jumping operations in action, a blur of athletic college kids who furiously claw their way over chain-link barriers, sprint away from security guards and, if they’re lucky, disappear into a sea of dancing bodies in front of stages or an especially long port-a-potty line. This can be a dangerous but exhilarating game.
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 this amazing selection that we think are super rad. What do you think?
As he’s being walked down the hallway being escorted to his court appearance, the man can be seen yelling at officials before he lunges, striking one in the head. The man has been identified as Daniel Stewart Berry, from Tupelo, Mississippi. He is believed to have been under the influence of a street drug called Flakka.
There is some evidence to suggest that hitting back may prevent further bullying. Several studies of school-aged kids have found that being submissive to peers and not retaliating increases their risk of ongoing bullying. But the story is not that simple. Of kids who are bullied, those who hit back are more likely to be bullied six months later than others who don’t retaliate.
The fiery exchange took place this weekend on Bill Maher’s Real Time talk show, which each week includes a panel of celebrities and experts to discuss topical political news. Things turned ugly when the host complained about the immigration ban imposed by the Trump administration after taking office.
The Australian Outback is known for its oppressive heat, and a pair of tradesmen have used this as inspiration for a cheeky new internet craze. The ‘Hot Toolbox Challenge’ involves leaving your utility kit under the blistering sun, dropping your pants and lowering your bare rump onto the grill. Cousins Clinton and Efan DeGoumois kicked off the challenge in Tibooburra, 1,200 km northwest of Sydney, which topped 45 degree temperatures that day.
Byron Bay doesn’t look much like the North Shore of Oahu, yet Soli Bailey somehow still seemed right at home. Start-to-finish in the 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro, Bailey advanced through every heat without making too much noise, a silent assassin. He was consistent and smart in the lineup throughout the event, yet not many on the beach recognised his name as he paddled out for the Final. After his performance today, that’ll no longer be a problem around these parts. Photos via: @brianbielmann and @tomcarey.