This is a clip from lots of free time haver and Twitter user commuteroo, who, using a basketball atop a stationary skateboard, manages to launch the ball with his bicycle, making a basket. In his own words while I don’t spend any time trying to replicate this shot: This one
Because you don’t know until you try, these are two videos of the experimental, fun-loving Russian mechanics of Garage 54 welding two identical Lada Rivas together to create an ultra-widebody version, then putting it through its paces. Obviously *cautiously looking around to make sure I’m alone* this is not the
This is a video following Instagram and TikTok user hardin_earl’s quest to give himself a new tattoo every day for thirty days after purchasing a tattoo gun on Amazon (note to self: buy tattoo gun on Amazon). Since completing this project, he’s now committed to giving himself a new tattoo
This is a video of Destin of Youtube channel SmarterEveryDay and friends pitting a variety of different weedeater grass trimming lines against each other in a single elimination tournament, filmed at 28,000 frames/second. Destin says for about every two seconds of footage shot, they had about a half hour of
Because there just so happens to be room in my traveling circus for one more act, this is a video of a man demonstrating his ball balancing skills while simultaneously balancing on a ladder. Obviously, he’s just what my circus needs. And I’m not just saying that because I accidentally
These are a couple shots and a video of the viewing of the late Brentnol “Bonny Brent”, aka Cabbage McPherson. Brentnol was a passionate drummer in life, so his friends and family decided this behind-a-drum-kid ‘staged presence’ tastefully arranged by Ontario, Canada funeral home Covenant Funeral Home was the right
This is a video of a motorist lightheartedly trolling a man inflating his tire with a foot-pump by driving by playing Danzel’s ‘Pump It Up’. Could you imagine if this was the extent of rudeness from internet trolls? “No.” Impossible to even fathom, isn’t it?
This is what is allegedly the first collar-cam footage from a wild wolf, captured by the University Of Minnesota’s Voyageurs Wolf Project after (I assume) tranquilizing and tagging a wild wolf. The Voyageurs Wolf Project’s goal is to better “understand the predation behavior and reproductive ecology (e.g., number of pups