But to Jokke Sommer it’s just a thing you do on a Tuesday morning. Here he is doing it in Rio de Janeiro with Ludovic Woerth
But thank God it does exist somewhere (Phuket, if you’re curious), cause it looks pretty freakin’ awesome.
At least according to the internet this man has what it takes. I apologize for, you know..all of this. Enjoy.
Ness and Tyler just got back from a month in Singapore and Thailand, and they have this incredibly slick and well edited video to prove it.
This is a game changer…literally. Although, I don’t necessarily think Americans have the energy or precision to pull this off. I love this country, BTW. But let’s face it, there’s no way in Hell we’d ever do something like this.
A terrifying meteorite shower hit Russia early this morning injuring more than 400 people. Eyewitnesses spoke of several devastating explosions rocking buildings and shattering glass which accounted for a vast majority of the injuries. The Urals region was struck by falling meteorite fragments which rained down in the city of Chelyabinsk, 900 miles east of Moscow.
A large object flashed across the sky at around 9.20am local time (03.20 UK time), evidently breaking into several pieces. A spokeswoman for the emergency ministry, Irina Rossius, said there was a meteor shower, but another ministry spokeswoman, Elena Smirnikh, was quoted by the Interfax news agency as saying it was a single meteorite. Either way, there’s no doubt that many thought that the Armageddon/Doomsday moment was upon them. Personally, I would’ve been a nervous wreck.