When a factory issue Slip ‘n’ Slide just won’t do the trick on those blazing hot days when you need to cool off, you have to use your brain and get creative. Like this group of friends who had the wherewithall to turn a storm drain into a quarter-mile, homemade water slide.
Stage diving. It’s an art and not really a science. Actually, we take that back. It is an art and a science, since biology factors in when the adrenaline takes over. That means that listening to one’s brain often goes out the window, all in the name of ROCK! Music is a powerful motivator, and as you can see from this mash-up video of epic stage dives, compiled by our friends at Loudwire, music can drive rock stars to do some pretty crazy things.
When Doug Eaton turned 65, he celebrated by handing out cash to motorists in Oklahoma City. Usually, you get money from people you know for your birthday, as opposed to being the one doling it out to complete strangers.
Conventional wisdom dictates that if you mess with the bull, you’re gonna get the horns. Well, The Big Easy Rollergirls are sharpening their horns –er, their skate blades- in order to replicate the world famous Encierro aka Running of the Bulls, which normally unfolds in Pamplona, Spain.
Most 14-year-old girls are making Justin Bieber collages for their bedroom walls and experimenting with sex with young boys trying to look like Justin Bieber. Then there is Kathryn, a 14-year-old Michigan gearhead who has spent the past year-and-a-half restoring a 1986 Pontiac Fiero.
Banned for life! That’s the penalty Mark Harvey, the man who streaked onto the Camden Yards field in Baltimore, Maryland on Orioles opening day, received. Okay, while Harvey didn’t technically streak, since he actually wore a pair of Batman underwear and a cape, he’s still out on his ace.
Quick, what’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a 1964 Mercury Comet Caliente with 576,000 miles on it? You probably envisioned it being restored, housed in a glass case a la Cameron’s dad’s Ferrari in ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,’ right? It’s surely not street legal or safe any longer, right? Wrong.
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