With all the preemptive wintry weather we've had and all that is still on the way. Here's a video to remind you how dangerous icicles can be. Check out this guy in Russia who's job it is to knock them off the side of a building
Mountain biker Cam Zink pulled off one hell of a bike back flip at this years Red Bull Rampage in Utah. Zink made a 78-foot jump, the biggest freeride mountain bike step-down back flip in history, according to Red Bull. I couldn't even walk down this mountain, let alone ride down it!
Every year in October some friends of mine get together for a hay ride on the back roads of Goodrich. It's a fun little intimate ride with good friends not a bunch of strangers that bring out of control kids with them.
I don't know about you, but even though I couldn't even dare to dream of getting on a skateboard and try to pull off a simple ollie, I still love skateboarding and all the amazing tricks these dudes can do. And these slow-motion tricks will change the way you look at skateboarding.
My first impression when I found this video on YouTube was, at what point does this become a good idea? Then I saw one of them had a beer in his hand. I think it all explains its self from here. By the way, look for Monroe trying this shot next season at Bad Golfers League.
I for one don't actually mind doing a little yard work in the summer time. I mean, you're outside, getting some fresh air. But if yard work is not your bag then you need to see this video. In it, a guy mows his lawn but without actually doing any of the work.
After serving in the military for 8 years, I can tell you from experience that there's very few things in life that are more fun than crushing, demolishing, or destroying stuff (with or without explosives) and that includes running them over with a tank.
Summer doesn't have to be all sticky fingers and screaming in outrage at overly buoyant straws. It turns out it's actually quite easy to enjoy the best season of the year -- all you need are these few simple life hacks. (And to man up and increase your tolerance for high temperatures.)
Seems like a rather small quantity for a Canadian to do something as outlandish as that. Even with the U.S./Canadian beer conversion rate added in that's still only like a 12 pack. Guess they don't make 'em like they use to anymore up there in the great white north.
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