So here is the most terrifying thing but at the same time the most gnarliest thing you will see all day. It is a first person helmet cam view of a biker in the Valparaiso Cerro Abajo race in Chile. It’s some pretty amazing footage, and even more amazing that the rider manages to make it down all those steps and jumps without crashing (even when a dog runs out in front of him).
Touted to be a rich man’s sport, it is often wondered if the equipment makes the golfer, or is it the other way around. We have been covering luxurious golfing paraphernalia that aims to enhance the oomph factor of this game. A luxurious, high-tech and comfortable golf cart is something every affluent golf fanatic would love to possess. Today, we have some of the most luxurious golf carts available on the market for the golfers who love to hit the greens with style.
1. Garia LSV
Here comes a street-legal golf cart. The Garia LSV has been fitted with street legal safety equipment such as seatbelts and side mirrors and a hydraulic brake system. The Garia LSV is claimed to do 25mph with its 4hp electric motor. Priced at a cool £40,000 (about $64,918), the street-legal multi-purpose electrical golf car has hand-stitched seats, 10-inch aluminum wheels, digital instrumentation layout and a refrigerator built into the dashboard.
Many more tricked out golf carts below
So of course not to be out done by Uconn’s trick shot quarterback Johnny McEntee, seen here if you missed it, Lassi Hurskainen displays his amazing trickery on the soccer field. If this is a debate between the two “football’s” trick shot videos, I still have to go with the Uconn quarterback’s, but maybe it is because I don’t really understand how incredibly difficult the stuff this guy is pulling off. Either way props to Lassi, he put together a remarkable video that you should definitely check out.
UFC is huge right? Violent sports like football and hockey are huge with their undertones of physical combat? Then what are we waiting for? It’s time to make brawling a controlled sport. It’s as simple as several referees, a massive closed in mat and teams of fighters. This hockey game is proof it needs to be developed. You most likely have heard or seen pieces of this already especially if your from the tri-state, but recently the worst team in hockey, the New York Islanders brought hockey back to it’s roots with 3 periods of straight brawling with the Pittsburgh Penguins. This stems from a Feb 2nd meeting of the two teams in which the Islander’s goalie got dropped in one punch by the Penguins goalie and there was also another very cheap hit that gave an Islander player a concussion. This game from Feb 11th was the Islanders retaliation. This 17 min video catches all the highlights, well put together by AGreatDayForHockey87 on Youtube.
This guy, Usman Ahmed Uzzy, know how to make an entrance, he has dance moves for days, a sweet fake gold chain out of 1998, and weighs 90 pounds, so he has to at least be an incredible fighter to back up this Goliath swagger right? Not so much apparently, hilarious.
Johnny McEntee has not exactly taken the college football world by storm — the red-shirt junior quarterback at Connecticut has yet to attempt a pass in a game. But the Servite product’s trick shots video is becoming an Internet sensation, and since I’ve partied and been black out drunk at UConn before I have to show some love. The best is at the end when he goes to the basketball gym, but really the whole video is amazing.
After each Super Bowl the winning MVP or star usually states he’s going to Disney World. This year Aaron Rodgers made it known what his post super bowl plans were. Ever wonder how this got started? Via Wikipedia:
In his 1998 memoir Work in Progress, Disney CEO Michael Eisner credited his wife, Jane, with the idea for the campaign. According to Eisner, during the January 1987 grand opening for the Star Tours attraction at Disneyland, the couple dined with Dick Rutan and Jeana Yeager, who in December 1986 had piloted the first aircraft to fly around the world without stopping or refueling. After Jane Eisner asked what the pilots planned to do next, they replied, “Well, we’re going to Disneyland.” She later told her husband the phrase would make a great advertising campaign.
Weeks later, Disney launched the series following Super Bowl XXI on January 25, 1987 with a commercial featuring New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms. Simms was paid a reported $75,000 for his participation. The company later aired three more ads that year with other athletes following major sports championships.In subsequent years, Disney reportedly has offered $30,000 to athletes and other stars for participating in the ads and appearing at one of its theme parks
You don’t have to be a Yankee fan, or a baseball fan at all to appreciate how awesome Mickey Mantle was. Here is a letter that was sent to Mickey asking him to tell a story about the most outstanding event he had at Yankee Stadium to celebrate the rebuilding of a new home for the Yanks. His hilarious response can be seen below, Mantle ruled.
Americans haven’t been this unanimously opposed to something since 1775. To tell you the truth I kind of enjoyed it, not going to lie. The only part that was really awkward and horrible I thought was when Slash came out and Fergie was grinding her nasty ass all over him while he was trying to play his guitar, it’s like leave the guy alone geez. Plus her voice sounded awful during that little number, other than that I gave it a solid B, America apparently doesn’t agree with me though.
The Super Bowl is more than a championship football game – it’s an All-American celebration that wouldn’t be complete without a good party. Just like you can count on a “sexy cop” to show up at a Halloween party, you can count on this dirty dozen annoying and obnoxious individuals to be at your next Super Bowl bash.
1. The Degenerate Gambler
It’s easy to mistake this guy’s intense enthusiasm as a sign of how of big this game is, but really it’s because this fascinating specimen has two large riding on just the coin toss. In between sweating over keeping up with his three different betting squares, he’ll be worried if his inside tip on the NFC’s Gatorade color preference comes through. Can later be seen on his phone with his bookie in an attempt to set up a triple parlay on the over/under on the number of beer commercials in the third, and which punter will have the higher punt yardage average.
2. Mr. “Have You Tried My Special Dip?
Can often be seen hounding anyone foolish enough to reach for the chips. This bon vivant was up at the crack of dawn chopping Applewood bacon while figuring out which form of cheddar will go into his 5-cheese blend. And he wants you to know it. To him, he created a godly gooey elixir worthy of praise; to you, he created cheese dip with a hint of sour cream.