Great moments in Youtube history often occur unexpectedly. Here is a perfect example! I’m guessing Office Max wasn’t trying to sneak some guerrilla marketing into a random internet video, but their truck driver pulled it off. A language warning applies to this video.

Justin Brock leads his Real comrades through the good ‘ol South in this video feature filmed by master lens man Dan Wolfe. The song featured in the clip is ‘Beamer Benz or Bentley’ by Lloyd Banks.

This dude sets up a video camera inside a bulletproof dome and captures an awesome tornado on video! Check it out below.

This short cinematic video below showcases a 2008 Heffner Twin Turbo Lamborghini Galalrdo Spyder and it’s ability to accelerate from 20 to 160 mph in a short period of time. The car has a plethora of carbon fiber parts as well as almost 1100whp to back it up.

Next we have a race between a stock 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 and a modded 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo. This video includes several 40-130 runs. Modifications done to the 2006 Gallardo are weight reduction, exhaust, and tune. Both cars had no passengers.

Teenagers in Colombia have been filmed playing a potentially deadly game of “chicken” by lying on railway tracks while trains pass above them. I’ve heard that if a train is going fast enough it can actually suck you up underneath it. It’s only a matter of time before these young dudes are worm food.

Check out the latest Nitro Snowboards movie project: Turn On, Tune Out, Drop In.

The movie will be released October 2010.

Watch as Mikey Brennen pulls off an amazing air to recovery at Shipstern Bluff. A Ride of the Year Entry for the 2011 Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards. Video by Tim Bonython.

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The 149-year-old Mt. Washington Auto Road has seen the likes of horses and carriages, camels, people, bicycles and most famously, competition race cars. Four-time Rally America National Champion Travis Pastrana reached the summit faster than anyone else in history by clocking an officially timed run of 6 minutes 20.47 seconds, besting the previous record by more than twenty seconds and averaging a speed of nearly 72mph.

This ad for hardware company Best Made features slow motion reverse footage of wood being chopped. I like how a trivial boring task can be turned into something that makes me wanna dance around naked in a sun shower. Woops, that came out wrong. What I meant to say was, I like videos of chopping wood because I am a man.

I’ve seen a lot of pyrotechnics in my time, and by that I mean I’ve played with fireworks a lot in the backyard.

This lightning guitar is a serious kick-in-the-nuggets spectacular.

Monster Energy’s Ryan Guettler speaks on his double shoulder surgery and talks about what he has been up to while he recovers. We hope you get better soon dude!

This is the new Armani ad featuring Megan Fox and her amazing body in lingerie. Hallelujah! I don’t know which would be better, a night with Megan or reeling in a Marlin. I’ll just take both at the same time thanks.

Red Bull Racing Team’s Scott Speed shows passengers what it’s like to drive a NASCAR through the streets of Chicago.

The storyline for the film centers on an American tourist (Depp) drawn into a web of intrigue and danger by a female Interpol agent (Jolie) who plans to use him as her pawn.

There’s nothing new here besides the combination of two awesome lead actors. Hopefully, there’s more than what meets the eye because on the surface it feels like a traditional mistaken identity thriller.

The Tourist is scheduled to hit theaters on December 10th.

Here’s a lesson to all you kids on how to deal with your douche-bag principal when you get called to their office. These guys have the right idea. You don’t need to egg their car or spit in their coffee, just make a complete joke out of them on TV.

Check out the Wildout Wheelie Boyz documentary movie trailer below. Directed by Lotfy Nathan, shot in Baltimore and it’s rad!

Check out part two below.

Plus watch the extra footage after the jump. I’m tryin to get on Youtube! Classic.

“My Eyes Won’t Dry 3 – Tubular Addiction” official trailer by professional surfer and Point Of View cinematographer Brian Conley. The Movie Collection (1, 2 and 3) will be in stores October 2010.

Conley takes viewers on a ride full of high adrenaline, risk, reward, stoke, beauty and thrill. A state of the art documentation of the elements and sensation of tube riding in heavy surf. Brian puts it all on the line to fulfill his Tubular Addiction.

It’s been 25 years since Mario went Super, forever changing the video-game world. Take a look at the evolution of Nintendo and the gaming world’s star below!

Which one is your favorite?