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LeParkour Photo

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In this post you will see some awesome action shots of LeParkour athletes flying every way you can imagine. These photographies show what the sport is all about from a close view.

If you like action shots this is a must see.


Red Bull Pastrana Jump

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For New Years I went out to Long Beach to shoot the Red Bull New Year No Limits event where Travis Pastrana jumped his rally car 269 feet landing on a barge in Rainbow harbor. Here are a few shots of the event.

1. Dec. 31, 2009; Long Beach, CA, USA; Travis Pastrana makes a record 269 foot jump in rally car during the Red Bull New Year No Limits event at Rainbow Harbor. This is a composite of several images.

2. The takeoff

3. The landing

4. Travis Pastrana celebrates after landing a record 269 foot jump in his rally car during the Red Bull New Year No Limits event at Rainbow Harbor.

5. Travis backflips off the landing ramp

6. Travis Pastrana talks to a rescue worker after diving off the landing ramp.

7. Travis Pastrana is interviewed after being fished out of the harbor.

8. Travis Pastrana’s rally cars prior to the jump.

9. General view of the landing ramp and rainbow Harbor from the take off ramp.


I’m sorry but we blew up your laptop

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Young American woman Lilly was traveling to Israel to see her friends and relatives in Tel Aviv.

But Israeli border security officers somehow made a conclusion, that her MacBook was suspicious, that’s why they needed to blow it up right now.

The owner of laptop says:

After much yelling, crying and frantic phone dialing (don’t be alarmed if I called you repeatedly this morning), he took me outside to see the wreckage.

It turned out it hadn’t been quite blown up, but rather shot through with three bullets.

We were able to extract the hard drive, seemingly unscaved. Thank goodness!

Now the woman is trying to figure out how to get compensation.


Bizarre Body Modifications

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  • Eyeball Tattoo

Corneal tattooing is not only possible, but it has been known and done now for over 2,000 years — it became almost commonplace in the late 19th century and into the 20th century to correct defects such as corneal scarring and leucomas. These days, it is done less often because contact lenses are very effective at covering these defects, and prosthetic technology is also more accessible. However, not everyone can wear contact lenses, and not everyone wants their eyeball popped out even if it is blind; hence cosmetic tattooing of the eye.

  • Scarification

Scarification is the creative and artistic application of scars in a controlled manner to achieve an aesthetically or spiritually pleasing result. In the process of body scarification, scars are formed by cutting the skin. Even though many people hold that scarification is no more painful than tattooing, it is somehow more “intense” to most of them.

  • 3D-Art Implant

A 3D-Art implant is any object implanted fully under the skin for the purpose of affecting a sculptural change of the surface. The “invention” and popularization of implants as 3D-Art is credited primarily to Steve Haworth. Implants can be stretched just like piercings. A good example of this are horn implants—they start as smaller implants, and are then taken out when healed and replaced with slightly larger ones. This process is repeated to achieve the final size. There are some risks of irritation to the skin above the implant if this process is pushed too fast, as with all stretching.

  • Corset Piercings

One of the newest trends in body modification comes in the form of corset piercings. They are a series of surface piercings arranged up the back in two vertical columns. The piercing is located in the spot where the eyelets would be if one was wearing a corset. It is a symmetrical piercing with an equal number of holes on each side. As few as four holes can be used (two on each side) up to as many as the expanse of skin will allow.

  • Branding

The Human Branding is, perhaps, the most painful of all body modifications. In full-scale branding, the iron is heated hot enough and applied long enough that the resulting wound is a third degree burn, which destroys the nerve. These third-degree burns never regain sensitivity. It will make a silver scarred area in the shape of the third degree burn, due to destruction of the entire dermis layer of the skin. The surrounding skin will eventually fill in areas that haven’t been severely damaged, which takes years.

  • Body Suspension

Body suspension is the act of suspending the human body via temporary piercings made just before the suspension process. The body is then raised either partially or completely from the ground by especially modified fishing hooks.

  • Tongue bifurcation

One of the newest body modifications to hit the scene is tongue splitting, or tongue bifurcation. The process involves literally cutting the tongue in half directly down the center. Once the tongue is split it is possible to move both sections independently of one another.

  • Pointy Ears

New York plastic surgoen Dr. Lajos Nagy created a surgical procedure to make human ears pointed, like a mythological creature. According to the doc, “ears becoming pointed as a result of plastic surgery not only enhance the attractiveness of the face, but also improve the experience of listening to music.

NOTE: our reader Allie wrote us explaining the procedure itself is possible, but Dr. Nagy’s services are a hoax.