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No idea what is going on in this video...but go GI Joe!
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Security camera catches I-35W bridge collapsing
Incredible how it goes from perfectly fine to rubble in seconds
First Time Skydiver Faints After Jump
The excitement after jumping out of a plane gets the better of this dude and he faints taking out his instructor.
Crash & Burn Mix
Big compiliation of videos full of injuries! The best one has still gotta be the kid on the trike!
Profile Photos vs Reality
Ah, the internet, where the pretty girls are either kinda fat, ugly, both, or not females at all but old men. It's all trickery. These girls have mastered the clever use of angles to conceal what they really look like.
Upcoming "In The Shadow Of The Moon"
In the Shadow of the Moon" is an intimate epic, which vividly communicates the daring and the danger, the pride and the passion, of this extraordinary era in American history. Between 1968 and 1972, the world watched in awe each time an American spacecraft voyaged to the Moon. Only 12 American men walked upon its surface and they remain the only human beings to have stood on another world. Now for the first, and very possibly the last, time, In the Shadow of the Moon combines archival material from the original NASA film footage, much of it never before seen, with interviews with the surviving astronauts, including Jim Lovell (Apollo 8 and 13), Dave Scott (Apollo 9 and 15), John Young (Apollo 10 and 16), Gene Cernan (Apollo 10 and 17), Mike Collins (Apollo 11), Buzz Aldrin (Apollo 11), Alan Bean (Apollo 12), Edgar Mitchell (Apollo 14), Charlie Duke (Apollo 16) and Harrison Schmitt (Apollo 17). The astronauts emerge as eloquent, witty, emotional and very human.