Attempting To Drift An Electric Trike Around A Wall Of Death

Attempting To Drift An Electric Trike Around A Wall Of Death

Inspired by the original Wall Of Death he built back in 2007 to ride on a moped, Colin Furze (previously) revisited Deathly Wall builds, this time constructing a smaller, indoor version designed specifically for attempting to drift an electric drift trike around. And he does just that. Put your mind to it, and you can accomplish anything — that’s the message here. Of course whatever you’re trying to accomplish will probably require funding. I’ve found that’s really the hardest part of any project. People just don’t believe in me the way I believe in myself. Or at all, really.

Home Inspector Details One Of The Worst Decks He’s Ever Inspected

Home Inspector Details One Of The Worst Decks He's Ever Inspected

This is a clip from home inspector and Youtuber Bloodhound Home Inspection Services sniffing out all the shoddy craftsmanship performed during the construction of a deck he’s inspecting. Everything from improperly bolting the deck to the house, using the wrong screws for mounting brackets, using deck boards for support boards, leaning posts set in concrete, stairs held on by a thread (technically six janky screws), and just horrible decision making and Mickey Mousing all around. I’m honestly surprised he was willing to stand on the deck at the end of the video, and three-quarters expected it to collapse underneath him. You think this was a case of the homeowner building their own deck, or getting swindled by a contractor? Or maybe they only paid $400 including materials, which seems like a reasonable price for this level of complete disaster. Because I only paid $200 and mine is twice the deathtrap.

Petting Zoo Goat Demonstrates How To Use Coin Operated Vending Machine

Petting Zoo Goat Demonstrates How To Use Coin Operated Vending Machine

This is a video of a petting zoo goat at Yellowstone Bear World in Madison County, Idaho demonstrating how to use the coin operated vending machine to dispense some food for itself and (inadvertently) some geese below. Speaking of Madison County — I’ve heard their bridges are beautiful. I’m kidding, that’s Madison County, Iowa, and I can’t believe I just looked that up for this.

Thanks to JustA, who agrees if that goat could mow grass to earn quarters, it almost certainly would.

‘World Of Tanks’ Players Play Game With Desk-Mounted Cannon

'World Of Tanks' Players Play Game With Desk-Mounted Cannon

This is a clip of a group of hardcore gamers playing ‘World Of Tanks’ with a custom desk-mounted cannon (and Volkswagen steering wheel). The cannon uses C02 and 2-liter soda bottles for ammunition, and produces some insane kickback when fired, ejecting a smoking shell afterwards. That’s absolutely nuts, and I’ve never wanted to play a video game so badly. And that’s really saying something, because I used to camp out for video game releases for DAYS and filled my own fair share of 2-liters in the process.

Man Demonstrates His Ability To Summon Leaf Tornados

Man Demonstrates His Ability To Summon Leaf Tornados

This is a video of spiritual advisor, teacher of the elements, and Instagrammer Jesusthelivingsun demonstrating his ability to summon leaf tornadoes with some magical hand gestures and, in the second clip, a ninja sword. I believe in his powers too, because I’m rarely not waving my ninja sword around and have never summoned a leaf tornado, only the police. This man can airbend.

A Day In The Life Of A Japanese Game Center Worker

A Day In The Life Of A Japanese Game Center Worker

This is a well-edited video created by Paulo From TOKYO highlighting a typical work day in the life of Mai Kohagura, manager of a Taito Game Station in Tokyo. It was pretty fascinating to watch her routine from start to finish . Not only because I love game centers, but also because it was infinitely more interesting than my typical work day, which takes place almost exclusively on the sofa and in the bathroom.