Here’s a pretty awesome video that I think everyone can relate to and when I say everyone, I mean everyone who’s ever hidden their true emotions behind the safe confines of a keyboard and the backspace bar. Hopefully in the future, which I predict will be based on efficiency and convience, playing it cool will be a thing of the distant past, along with interpersonal human interaction. The music is Las Dos Hermanitas by Francisco Tárrega
Step 1: Do the exact opposite of everything Dom Mazzetti is about to tell you, or maybe follow his every word, I don’t know what ever gets you laid at the end of the night.
Josh Tranby and the crew travel to Tomah, Wisconsin for a visually stunning wakeboarding session in a cranberry bog. Red Bull Winch Sessions explores what can happen when you combine high-powered winches with action sports such as snowboarding, wakeboarding, paragliding, and more.
Did you know that Ireland is not a part of Great Britain? It isn’t. Well, Northern Ireland is but Ireland is not—though it is part of the United Kingdom. Oh, you didn’t know there were two Irelands? Then you need to watch this entertaining video which explains all that and much, much more. Trust us it is a lot more entertaining than one would think.
TwisterNederland is back with his latest montage of all things awful from around the Intertubes this past month. It pains us to watch this, but not as much as it must have hurt the people in the video.
The finest sports figures from film and television offer up words of encouragement to get you back out on that field in fighting form. The best part might be the brief cameo of Lattimer from the Program. Starting defense! Place at the table! [smashes head through car window]
Here’s some new music from The Lonely Island featuring Nicki Minaj. John Waters also makes a cameo which is solid.
Mac Lethal is putting his fast rapping skills to use again following his rendition of “Pale Kid Rapping Faster” (his version is underneath the original video). This time Mac Lethal tells you all about the movie Dazed and Confused in 120 seconds, UGHHHHHHH-MAZING
Besides putting me $500,000 in debt, the college I attended in Connecticut also gave me great friends and people I still talk to today. At my time in college I got to meet a few people that are in a band called Bronze Radio Return. I’m going to be completely honest in college I didn’t listen to them at all, I was too busy getting my Lil Wayne on at parties and fist pumping through the quads. I recently noticed more and more things pop up from the band recently and found out they were due to release their second album in March. I contacted my one buddy, who is the drummer, and he sent me the full length CD without hesitation. I messaged him back a half an hour later with nothing but compliments, the CD really was amazing. Check out their facebook page here, where you can stream a bunch of the songs for free before they are released.
More about the incredible Bronze Radio Return below
Filmed by Devin Graham, this is set in an undisclosed location, but apparently from the comments, it is somehwere in Hawaii. They location doesn’t want to be disclosed for obvious reasons, I am sure it is not supposed to be used as a giant slip and slide for kids around the area. If I was them I would keep it a secret too because this place is friggen rad. The project was shot on a Canon 5D Mark II. With one lens, the L series 16-35mm. 2.8/F