When it comes to pushing oneself towards greatness, some of us vow to read more books or sign up for a 5K run. Others try to learn a new skill, like woodworking. Chris Bertish, however, decided to become the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean on a paddleboard because he is a crazy man.
Some people are movie fans. Others are fanatics. And then there's Lenny Hochteil, the man who built a DeLorean time machine just like the one in Back to the Future. It's got a flux capacitor, gullwing doors and ground effects. And yes he does dress up like Doc Brown when he drives it.
You're you. You have your two hands and two feet and a camera. That's it. Can you climb up a freaking skyscraper without any protective gear, safety net, rope, and whatever else sane people use when they climb? This guy did.
I can't imagine ever using more than 25 pennies to pay for anything. All that copper and insignificant value, who really cares! Apparently, Jason West. He paid for a medical bill with 2,500 pennies. Too bad he got a ticket for that.
The end times are this weekend, and I know what you're thinking: What about my dog? Don't sweat, for $135 a group of plucky blaspheming atheists will swing by your crib and pick up your pets. Holla!
Charles Black, the man pictured above, is being accused of smashing his wife's head with a rock, dragging her to a cliff and then throwing her over that cliff. Amazingly, she's still alive. The police are saying that Black's motives may be because his wife, Lisa, discovered that Black was having an online affair with…
Strippers are people too! And just like people, some of them are batshit crazy. Take Vera Svechina, a stripper who recently followed a blind Google employee into Google headquarters to leave a Russian book and "non-threatening" note for co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. A little weird, no? Turns out, Svechina…
I'll tell you this much: Waffa Bilal, the dude who attached a camera to the back of his head, is pretty dedicated to this ridiculous art project of his. Surgeons recently needed to remove some pieces in his head because his body rejected one of the three titanium posts implanted there. He's still planning on…
Despite the fact that it's kind of, well, scientifically impossible to be allergic to wireless signals, there are increasing numbers of hypochondriacs out there who claim that all the cellphone and Wi-Fi signals out there are causing their health problems.