This Gameplay Walkthrough introduces viewers to the next generation of the innovative Nemesis System with the addition of Nemesis Fortresses, where players must utilise different strategies to conquer dynamic strongholds and forge their personalised Orc army. This shows just one of the millions of possibilities that players will experience in Middle-earth: Shadow of War.


Justin Kobylka breeds snakes with unique patterns and sells them.The patterns are caused by recessive mutations that do occur naturally, but it is extremely unlikely to happen in the wild. The extremely rare snake could be sold for at least $US4,500 but Justin told Business Insider that he will keep this particular animal due to it’s “uniqueness”.


Surfing’s first ever McTwist? Mikey Wright, take a bow. As you can imagine, a debate has been sparked, but in reality there is no debate to be made whether or not this is a McTwist. Surely we cannot confirm this was the first-ever time anyone on a surfboard landed a McTwist, but we can certainly confirm that it’s the first time that anyone has gotten it on film.


Evan Bourgoin is an infamous arm wrestling figure who is defending his belt on the local circuit. Follow him as he juggles his work, family and arm wrestling passion!

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“There is a dire phenomenon rising in Europe that is crippling entire societies and yet the continent sleeps, refusing not only to confront the destructive elephant in the room, but also to admit its very existence. The troubling reality being referred to is the widespread practice of Muslim inbreeding and the birth defects and social ills that it spawns. Unfortunately any discussion about vital issues such as these marks an individual as an “Islamophobe” and a “racist.” A person who dares to point at the pathology of inbreeding in the Muslim community is accused of whipping up hatred against Muslim people. But all of this could not be further from the truth. To fight against inbreeding anywhere is to defend humanity and to defend innocent babies from birth defects.” – @NicolaiSennels.


Gerard Butler is here to protect us from a Geostorm that’s barreling to take out the planet. He plays a scientist who, along with his brother, is tasked with solving the satellite malfunction.


“Powercruise Sydney was a blast! We live streamed for 1320 and Street FX everything from rides in 1000hp+GT-Rs, to racing in JET200 and all the tyre smoking action. Check out the highlights.” – Motive DVD. Shout out to Torque Media for the photos. If you’re passionate about modified and high performance cars, you need to pay a visit to his Facebook immediately.



“That really is my 7th grade principal. When I was 12 he told me I’d be a loser, that I’d ‘either be working at a gas station or in jail when i grow up’. Never discourage a child. F**k that guy.” – Casey Neistat.


For the ancient Mayan, jade was a precious stone. They carved it into art, made it into masks, and turned it into a type of grill. Throughout the classic period, from 300 AD to 900 AD, Maya kings and queens would drill holes about three millimeters in diameter into their upper teeth and fill them with round pieces of jade.


What the hell is going on here? We have no back story, but we can only assume she desperately needed an excuse to get out of something, and a simple sore throat lie wasn’t going to be enough!


Sony Pictures has released an extended clip from their upcoming sci-fi film Life. The movie, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, Ryan Reynolds, Olga Dihovichnaya, Hiroyuki Sanada, and Ariyon Bakare, revolves around the six-member crew of the International Space Station as they come into contact with the very first evidence of biological life on Mars: a small, single-celled organism.


If your high school experience sucked, you clearly didn’t go to this teacher’s school! Check out this S-10, complete with an LS swap and a 400-shot nitrous setup, built entirely by high school kids.


It’s a concept for now – the brainchild of Singapore electric mobility experts Vanda Electrics – but the project has been brought from the design stage to reality by Williams Advanced Engineering, the sister company to the Williams F1 team. And if there’s enough interest following its unveiling at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, it’ll be on sale by 2020 with a million-pound price tag.


A superhero’s job doesn’t stop after leaving the set. Hugh Jackman posted a new behind-the-scenes video from Logan, showing the ADR (automated dialogue replacement) process used to bring one of his more intense scenes to life. The footage shows Jackman in a recording studio performing grunts, pants, battle cries, and other vocal responses to be layered over one of Wolverine’s wooded fight sequences against The Reavers. The actor, 48, is left breathing heavily as he sheds the character and turns to camera with a friendly, “Hi.”


‘This film has been shot in three and a half days in super rush time…’ so starts a Tropical (Warm). Italo Ferreira don’t need a week long shoot to get stuff done. He just shows up and puts on a damn show. Enjoy.


A scuba diving instructor was leading a group of tourists on a dive off Cayman Brac when he made the bizarre discovery of a shark with a kitchen knife sticking out of its head. He coolly swam down and removed the knife from the shark, which appears to have survived the ordeal.


My favourite part is when the little black dog gets a quick pepper spray blast and then quickly realises he f**ked up and retreats to the grass. Really made him wanna quit this attack business and go on a car ride. Almost immediately forgives the cop too. Dogs are too good.