During the Greco-Roman wrestling Junior World Championships, American Ellis Coleman pulled off an amazing aerial move called the ‘Flying Squirrel’ that would seem more at home in the WWE than it does in traditional wrestling.
In American football, climbing up on your opponent’s shoulders to make a catch will get you flagged. In Australian football, the move, executed by player Andrew Walker, is being lauded as the play of the year.
Walker, of the Carlton Football Club, and his piggy-back ride of catch have to be seen to be believed — check out the clip below:
During a segment on Australia’s ‘Today’ show, shark expert Paul Bart was brought in to discuss alleged shark sightings in a popular swimming lake down under. After he refutes the fish tales, the show’s hosts gave Bart a chance to catch the rumored sea beast with a fishing rod, expecting him to come back empty-handed.
Bart casts off and promptly hooks a duck, who had come down to the lake for a quick snack. “I’d go to another shot,” Bart recommends, as he continues to reel in the water fowl. Co-host Lisa Wilkinson calls it “awkward,” and, boy, is she right. See the clip below:
Lewis posted a video on YouTube in which he asks the 89-year-old ‘Hot in Cleveland’ actress to be his date, pleading his case by stating, “I really think we’d have a good time. I’m fun, you know. … I think I can make her laugh. I think she can make me laugh. I think we can laugh together.”
This clip, recorded from the inside of an acoustic guitar captures the instrument’s strings wildly oscillating in a way that’s different from what you would see if you were watching the videographer strum his six-string live — instead of a subtle vibrating, the strings move in exaggerated waves, like lines on a heart monitor.
The oscillation is not an enhancement added in post-production. It’s a result of the iPhone’s “Rolling Shutter” effect, which films by scanning the frame as opposed to taking a series of snapshots.
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