Tube kites, inflatable rafts that are designed to take off when towed at speed, are banned in most parts of this country thanks to their disastrous safety record. Thankfully, Russia exists.
I love everything about this video. The narration, the buildup, the split-second resolution. The fact that there was absolutely no way this could have worked, yet the bros seem shocked that it ended poorly.
Meet Brenna Burley of Grand Rapids, Minn. She was a virginal sturgeon fisherwoman when she went out, pole in hand, with her boyfriend. He got a bite, but told Ms. Burley she could reel this one in. A 10-minute fight ensued.
Off the coast of South Africa doing a shark count in Mossel Bay, members of an Ocean Research team were chumming the water in order to draw their numerical prey in. It wasn't long before an 1,100-pound, 10-foot great white took it upon itself to get airborne in a successful effort to go aboard the boat without…
A couple weeks ago, windsurfer Boujmaa Guilloul was involved in a serious accident while trying to land the elusive Triple Loop at Ho'okipa. It was a water in the lungs, broken fingers type thing.
The yuks keep coming with blinding speed as the Sports Fellas guest-hosting stint on PTI continues. One would assume that Tony's the incontinent one, being a cranky old asshole and all.
An intrepid digital camera owner shot this footage of Deron Williams cliff-diving at Sand Hollow State Park in Utah and we thought that it really needed the be dubbed with a T.I. song to fully emphasize the badassery on display. [SLC Dunk]
During the adorable "wind delay" today at the British Open, a time-filling Scott Van Pelt was forced to remark-without-actually-remarking on a man just mindin' his own business, tryin' to drain the main vein.
KXAS-TV does one of those routine cheerleaders-force-other-cheerleaders-to-drink-urine stories, only this one involves some gross-out B-roll and a "bad taste in their mouth" zinger as the kicker. Kudos to the awesomely monikered reporter, Ashanti Blaize. [Fat White Guy]