This sounds so ironic that if there wasn’t footage, I wouldn’t believe it happened. A news crew in Rio de Janeiro was interviewing a woman about the high crime rate and lack of police when she was mugged by a dude trying to snatch a thin gold chain around her neck. No word on if the dude was caught, but he did drop the necklace.
If there is one thing self-proclaimed bro science expert Dom Mazzetti knows, it’s that training biceps isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.
The latest trailer for The Evil Within focuses largely on the strange dream-like world much of the game will take place in, and it certainly doesn’t look like Mikami is holding anything back in terms of craziness. Between this, Alien: Isolation and a ton of promising-looking scary indie games, it’s finally a good time to be a survival horror fan again. Will you play it?
Gavin Tanner is a small-time criminal, dedicated big-mouth and lovable larrikin who is utterly convinced he’s the biggest ‘legend’ in Balladeen. He wants to be your Facebook friend. Will you add the lad?
Lacey Holsworth, who had a fetal-nerve cell cancer, had become a fixture around the Michigan State program. She joined Payne on the court during Senior Night festivities at the Breslin Center in East Lansing and even helped cut down the nets after the team’s Big Ten title. The little girl, from St. Johns, Michigan, sadly died this week after battling neuroblastoma for three years. Shout out to Rory Carolan for shining the light on this amazing story.
Unable to ski at present because of an injury, Swedish adventure skier Jon Olsson has come up with another way to hit the slopes: behind the wheel of a V8 powered, 600-horsepower prototype race car. Olsson drives up the mountain in the prototype, which is actually his street-legal Rebellion R2k built for last year’s Gumball 3000 rally. Shout out to Fredrik Korsvoll for the submission.
“Everywhere I go, people want to take pictures, talk to me, shake my hand, but I’m getting used to it now.” Meet Tacko “Taco” Fall. He’s somewhere between 7-foot-4 and 7-5, wears a size 22 shoe and has an 8-foot wingspan. And he’s believed to be the tallest prep basketball player in the U.S., if not the world.