Shock Mansion: Thanks heaps for you time, how have you been?
Kana Mayhem: Hey Shock Mansion, thank you! I’ve been super busy. Between working, working and a little playtime…I don’t really have too much time for myself. Hehe.
Shock Mansion: Fill us in on Kana Mayhem, what do you do and how long have you been doing it?
Kana Mayhem: I am a misfit, rebel, and an arrogant prick ♥ Haha! No, I work part time as a co-host on a radio show called The Todd Alan Show on Primer Radio. Model for almost 3 years and at night I am a bartender at a very upscale high energy club, SKIN in Scottsdale, AZ. And when I do get time to myself I will jump on my dirt bike, I don’t mind getting a little dirty.
During a car chase scene on the set of the Transformers 3 movie, a police SUV collided with yellow Chevy Camaro known in the movie as Bumblebee. The accident was caused by people involved using different radio stations. Transformers 3 isn’t set for release until July 1, 2011, so this real life action scene will have to tide you over until then.
Calligraffiti artist Niels Meulman teamed up with Mercedes Benz to write the names of women on a white Mercedes-Benz B-Class to commemorate the women that The Pink Ribbon foundation support. The car ended up looking fresh as a daisy. Check out the video displaying the skill of writing on the car freehand.
What do you get when you mix a whole lot of Tequila with a rodeo show. A hoof in the spine! This guy worked up a bit too much bottle courage and copped a hiding from a bull. I guess that makes him a folk hero.
Don’t try this at home. If you have a bull and a rodeo ring at your home, call me up I’ll try it for you.
The battle of the best bottom is never ending. Sophie Turner, who was the winner of Australia’s Search For A Supermodel in 2001 and secured a $250,000 modeling contract with the prestigious Ford Models, started the ‘beef’ after being stopped as she entered a nightclub.
Turner, who calls herself the Saucy Aussie, was complimented on her backside and how it put Kim Kardashian’s well endowed rump to shame.
Turner replied: “Mine’s real! It’s pure Aussie goodness.”
What do you guy’s think…Is it better?
Wiz Khalifa makes his major label debut with “Black and Yellow,” the first offering from his 2011 Rostrum Records/Atlantic Records release.
The Pittsburgh-based MC made a name for himself on the indie circuit, but has been receiving lots of shine in recent months. Drake even offered him an opening spot on his tour, to which he politely declined. Instead, you can catch him on his own 50-city trek, which kicked off mid September in Philadelphia.
The 22 year old puts his Pittsburgh Pirates pride on display on “Black and Yellow” below. Oh, and if your wondering where all the weeds at? This vid’s obviously for mainstream TV, so it’s hidden for the moment.
In the Blue corner we have Steve MacIntyre.
Birthdate: Aug 08, 1980
From: Brock, SK; Canada
Height: 6′ 6″
In the White/Red Corner, we have Raitis Ivanans.
Birthdate: Jan 03, 1979
From: Riga; Latvia
Height: 6′ 4″
Gentlemen please touch paws, I want a good clean fight, nothing below the belt, lets get it on!
The amazing footage below was shot from places all over the world such as Italy, Canada, Sweden and Spain.
After watching this I want to frolic in the powder mountains of Spain so badly my testicles ache. Definitely adding this to my ‘To Do List’. Oh would you look at that, it’s the first non-human mission on my list. Radical.
This is one insane little toy. I was waiting for the sonic boom. Pretty sure this orange rocket would snap you off at the ankles if it hit you.
You could probably strap ‘things’ to it and pin it over the border crossing, nobody would know, let alone catch the thing. Just sayin.
It hits 204Kph in the video below, check it out!
Following up his last video with 20 million views and counting, trials bike sensation Danny MacAskill has entered a new project – “Way Back Home”.
In the film, Danny showcases what he’s been up to since his last project: “This is something I have been working on with Red Bull along my two friends Dave Sowerby and Mark Huskisson for the last few months. We travel from Edinburgh all the way back to my home village Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye riding all the most amazing spots I could find along the way!”
Relentless Energy’s Short Stories competition beings with ‘The Dark Side Of The Lens’, a short film from renowned surf photographer Mickey Smith.
“Originally I planned for the film to be more anonymous, rather than biographical, an all encompassing piece, to represent the photographers keeping the surfing machine afloat,” explains Smith.
“Something that offers insight into what it takes to grind out a living as a water-based photographer in the surfing industry: a short experimental glimpse at a life lived in the shadow of obsessive photographic pursuits.”
“It also gave me the chance to ask myself a few questions, like, if you’re always observing and documenting what you see and experience, are you ever truly present? Questions like that where I could step back think and then see what the answers were,” Smith says.