May 142012
 

After watching the original Fast & Furious in 2001, a famous critic once said, “There was just so much unnecessary gear shifting, I guess to make it seem to have more action. And your transmission should never sound that loud.”

 had a similar thought, and to emphasize how much gear shifting there is, they compiled ‘Just The Gear Shifting‘ from all five Fast & Furious movies. Is 100 seconds of gear shifting enough for ya?

 


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May 142012
 

 wanted a world record, and set to accomplish his goal with what he knows best. Lasers.

Using a Spyder III Krypton 750mW+ laser by Wicked Lasers, he popped 100 balloons lined up single file. Almost like a digital form of dominoes. 

 


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May 142012
 

Ashleigh and her furry friend Pudsey first went viral after their adorable Flinestones themed obstacle course act on Britain’s Got Talent.  

Now, they again are trending with their action packed, Mission: Impossible themed performance that got even Simon to his feet. Just this one video has already accrued over half a million hits. 

 


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May 142012
 

Canada, like so many countries, used to have control over their own currency. But at some point in the past century, governments around the globe, including Canada and America, gave away their monetary powers to private banks.

Since then, the national debt for countless states has been explosively high. In this video published by , twelve year old Victoria Grant from Canada explains why her country is in a spiraling case of exponentially rising debt that is impossible to repay in the current system. She is wise beyond her years. 

 


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