What were the odds?
For the story: “Earlier this week during a testimonial match for Russian defender Vadim Evseev, a young boy subbed in, beat several defenders before slotting the ball home from 5-yards out! After some research, we found out that the boy’s name is Hrisan Dzheus and he was the son of the Director General of an All-Russian Children’s Center called “Eaglet”. His introduction into the game was a “thank you” for the hard work done by his father!”
Brett Domino (Brett Domino Trio) performs Daft Punk's ‘Aerodynamic’ on yesterday's Google doodle.
As he missed the sandstorm he was supposed to report about, this TV reporter tried to fake it, but his cameraman kinda failed him. Lol
Stuntman Gary Connery, 42, is the first skydiver ever to land safely without using a parachute. He jumped from a helicopter 2,400 feet (730m) above the ground wearing only a wing suit. He landed on a ‘runway’ of 18,600 cardboard boxes.
“The MIT university team came up with LiquiGlide, a 'super-slippery' coating which makes the insides of the bottle so frictionless that the sludgy goo inside just slides out like water.”
Looks like a similar technology recently demonstrated in this incredible video. Just imagine all the possibilities…
What a crazy piece of editing! So, basically, the guys behind this video searched through more than 5 thousand Getty pictures to put together this amazing 1-minute video (15 images per second).
The Jumping Frog Jubilee is an essential part of the annual fair in Calaveras County, California. Its history dates back to 1928 when the first contest was held, based on the story theme from Mark Twain’s novel “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Cavaleras County”. Nowadays, the contesting teams come from all over the state to engage into a funny competition of making the frog jump as far as possible, usually by shouting at it.