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Exteme Idiots compilation 2014

January 1, 2015

This compilation of Extreme idiots doing their stuff certainly gets me laughing, hope it can give you a few laughs as well.

I want this summer 2014 – 2015 (people are awesome)

January 1, 2015

Awesome footage of people doing amazing things

Touch – Jean-Baptiste Chandelier

January 1, 2015

Awesome footage of Jean-Baptiste Chandelier doing his thing

Scariest trail ever found in Spain

February 7, 2009


This trail sure is about as scary a walking path that you would ever like to hike along. I don’t know why this trail was put here, but I would like to find out more about it.

On closer inspection of the video it appears that the path had something to do with an old irrigation or water supply system, and the path allowed the workers access to the control systems or for the building of the system to take place.

7 Base Jumps, 7 Continents

September 6, 2008

Video: AOL Video

Take a look at some abosutely amazing base jumping. I just dont seem to like the idea of jumping so close to a wall of rock, or a building for that matter. At least if you jump from a plane, you are not likely to get slammed up against a wall on the way down.

Worlds first scooter double backflip

August 3, 2008


This video shows some amazing footage of the relatively new craze of extreme scooter riding. It seems to have evolved so quickly. The best is saved for last so it is worth the few minutes of watching.

A year in the life of a base jumper

June 25, 2008

glumbert – A Year In The Life Of A Base Jumper

Base jumping is absolutely awesome, I think if I was to do any form of parachuting though I would prefer to be a long way away from buildings or rock faces or any thing that I could be blown off course and slam into. Maybe one day I’ll get to jumping out of a plane, Beam should be able to help me with it as he has jumped out of planes since he was 17 or so and done over 10,000 jumps.

What is d3o?

June 21, 2008

Video: YouTube

Well now there’s no excuse; other than stupidity, for all those extreme freaks to not don protection, it’s not bulky, it looks cool and if you think it’s too expensive… obviously your not worth it. 🙂 One of the few surviving smart ‘old’ bolds. EFS!

Awesome skater – Reemo Pearson

May 26, 2008

Video: YouTube

This guy is Reemo Pearson and his is a local LA skater. He seems to perform his moves with such ease, a sign of someone truly gifted, but also a very hard worker who has trained his butt off to get where he is.

F111 doing over 350mph collides with Pelican at 3,000′

April 26, 2008

350mph F111 collides with Pelican at 3,000
Photo: Point Niner

350mph F111 collides with Pelican at 3,000
Photo: Point Niner

The F111 was flying at 900m (3,000′) on a test bombing run at Evans Head, northern NSW, when it struck a pelican with the fiberglass nose. The pelican was then sucked into one of the engines, which naturally enough reduced it’s power. It must be said that the air crew did a magnificent job of nursing the aircraft, on it’s 30-minute flight back to the Amberley Base, despite the damaged nose, wing and engine.

Australia is the only country in the world that still has F111 Long-range strike fighters, and although they are quite old, they are a very different aircraft from what they were originally. These ‘Pigs’, as they are affectionately known, a nick name related to it’s long nose and it’s ability to ‘get down in the dirt’, whilst using it’s TFR (Train Following Radar). It’s a truly awesome sight to watch one of these high speed behemoths hugging the ground, a tactic used in the ‘Hi-Lo-Hi’ operations. The F111 are still much loved and still an extremely effective aircraft.

Air Commodore Ted Bushell (rtd) has gone on record to say: “The F111 was quite capable of going out to 2020 and beyond and still retaining a very real deterrent and strategic strike capability throughout our region”. Unfortunately our politicians think they know better and they are talking about retiring the F111 by 2010. I’ve thousands of hours in various aircraft and been around aircraft for most of my life. I’ve also seen the F111 up real close and I have mates who have flown F18s to Porters and I’ve yet to meet anybody who knows what they are talking about; and doesn’t have a vested interest, who agrees with the government on this retirement in 2010.