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Not A Very Good Base Jumper
Slamming into the side of a building during your base jump is a good indication that your playing the wrong sport. maybe it's time to re-evaluate and take up something like stamp collecting instead?
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A collision of the real & the virtual worlds, but before you get too spooked about living unaware inside the matrix, this collision is an amazing piece of 3D-perspective street art - AWESOME!
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A Jamaican kid shows how to do things the old fashioned way in this vid, by using his creative imagination to build a toy bike from two lighters—now someone just needs to turn it into a video game and it'll be much cooler.
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The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains is the first international retrospective of the iconic British rock band, and is set to run from May to October 2017. It looks awesome.
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Create some truly unique characters with their own distinct, and crazy, personalities. COOL!
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Attention J.J. Abrams: nobody can pull off a dying tauntaun & Jabba like Bill Hader can—his 'Star Wars' impressions are so good, you'll want to cut him open and use him for warmth. That's talent.
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Talk about taking a (very) long shot! Is this the longest goal ever scored? This dude just kicks the hell out of this ball. Look at soccer stepping its game up!
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She's the percolator and it is time for her, so make way for her astonishing table dancing. The only thing she ends up percolating is that table, just wait until mom and dad get home and realise their precious table is ruined. LMAO.
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Not really sure what this guy's job description is, but I'm pretty sure he's not doing it right. Unless he's meant to be like a crotch grabbing version of Jabba The Hutt's little monkey-lizard thing.
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Orson Welles tells an anecdote about when he was a fortune teller for a day, explains how he did it and offers an explanation for why some fortune tellers actually believe in their own "powers".
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Before undertaking a hazardous mission it’s always important to make sure you both understand the silent hand gestures. Otherwise you could run into problems, it doesn’t matter how special your forces are. FAIL!
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