Here’s an insanely interesting documentary brought to you by the same guys that brought us The Vice Guide To North Korea and The Vice Guide To Liberia. On this excursion, Vice chief Shane Smith travels to Siberia to shed light on the fact that North Korea is shipping its citizen to bum fcuk in the middle of Siberia and enslaving them for the betterment of their nation. Just watch the damn thing and be grateful that your country didn’t ship you half way around the world, in the middle of nowhere and you made you into an indentured servant.
I’m going to be honest, I don’t watch wrestling anymore and maybe that’s because I’m used to the good old days of wrestling…the days when NWO, DX and ECW used to fcuk up your head with awesomeness and not this new crop of wrestling I like to term the Diet Coke of Wrestling. As much as I would like to bash the hell out of the current state of wrestling, lets bask in the golden memories of the good ol’ days with a few clips. If you feel a certain clip should be included below, feel free to add a link in the comment section and we will promptly add it to our collection.
The ECW Chair Incident
You might have encountered talks about SOPA/PIPA while perusing the internet lately and you might be scratching your head, wondering what all this banter is about, wonder no longer. I found a video that succinctly explains these bills in a manner conducive to you actually paying attention to it because a damn hot redhead is taking you through the stipulations of such bills being passed. Fight the power people! Spread the word and call you local representative and tell them what a crock of shiet these bills are.
If you missed Saturday night’s UFC event you missed this Van Damme-esque kick that knocked the shiet out of Terry Etim and catapulted Edson Barboza into UFC super stardom. As you continue to watch the kick over and over again, you might notice that Terry Etim elicited the fencing response, an unnatural position of the arms following a concussion. Immediately after moderate forces have been applied to the brainstem, the forearms are held flexed or extended (typically into the air) for a period lasting up to several seconds after the impact. The Fencing Response is often observed during athletic competition involving contact, such as football, hockey, rugby, boxing and martial arts. It is used as an overt indicator of injury force magnitude and midbrain localization to aid in injury identification and classification for events including, but not limited to, on-field and/or bystander observations of sports-related head injuries.