The world of paper-craft aviation has a couple new heroes now that former quarterback Joe Ayoob has shattered the world record for paper airplane distance, throwing John Collins’ incredible design. The previous record, held by Stephen Kreiger, thrown back in 2003 was 207 feet and was officially beaten on February 26th, 2012 with a bar-raising distance of 226 feet and 10 inches.
When aspiring professional skier, Josh Dueck broke his back in 2004 attempting a back-flip, he was left paralyzed but he didn’t let that stop him accomplishing his goal 8 years later. And as you’ll see in this inspiring video, he nailed a complicated move that is tough for even normal skiiers.
Two recreational hockey teams in Port Credit, Ontario were told they were going to be a part of a documentary, but instead they found themselves smack-dab in the middle of a Budweiser Canada Super Bowl 2012 commercial. Rather than play a joke on the unsuspecting athletes, however, it turns out that the beer brand actually made their dreams come true.
The best part about watching live television is the slight possibility that at any moment, things could go awry. Steve Rosenthal is a representative of Rock Gaming and he was in the middle of doing a press conference regarding a construction accident that happened at his casino, when suddenly he was nearly hit by a bus!
Safaris can be a lot of fun when everything goes according to plan. But if there's one thing that we know about wild animals, it's that at times, they can be hilariously unpredictable. That is why we've compiled this video list of our favorite safaris gone wrong. (Note
Riley, the clever little girl in this video, has an epiphany in a toy store that turns into a mini-rant about the way that companies “try to trick the girls into buying the pink stuff instead of the stuff that boys want to buy.” Looks like toy companies ought to give the youngsters they market their products to a little more credit.
Sure, human pinball may not be as fast paced as human foosball but it’s still really fun to watch.
The below short, a stop-motion animation clip put together by the people behind NYC’s Animation Block Party Film Festival, imagines what it would look like if people were the bumpers and balls in a massive game played out on city streets.
At the Save Our Schools Million Teacher March in Washington DC on July 30th, actor Matt Damon was grilled on his feelings about public school educators. Damon, who attended public school in Boston as a youth and whose own mother is a public school teacher, made some impassioned remarks in defense of teachers.
The Final Image is a Tumblr-based photo blog dedicated to the final frames of great movies. Whether a film ends with a cliffhanger, twist, or satisfying conclusion, the finale of a film needs to make an impression on the audience and this blog is a shrine to those last moments before the credits roll. See 15 of our favorites below — and even more on the original site.
It seems like there is always one guy at every rock show who just doesn’t play well with others. While the rest of the crowd is dancing and trying to have a good time, there will always be one guy kicking the air and throwing random hay-makers.
This is how fights tend to start and Dave Grohl doesn’t tolerate this kind of behavior at his shows.
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