High Definite/People That Can Probably Kill You
The many faces of Bond (Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton and Daniel Craig) and Batman (Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, and Christian Bale), morphed into the collective face of each character. Bond | Via || Batman
THNKR takes a look at 13-year-old Reshat Mati, an MMA prodigy who is already a world champion kickboxer, muay thai fighter and grappler, and a United States National Silver Gloves boxing champion. THNKRTV | Via
Here's Giants relief pitcher Brian Wilson riding a motorized scooter while wearing Nike MAGs to AT&T Park, in case you didn't hate your commute enough already. Photo by Stephen Goldblatt. SFGate | Via
"That's a hook, retard." Meet Eric Kelly. Four-time national amateur boxing champ, two-time New York City Golden Gloves champ, 2000 Olympic team alternate, boxing instructor for "a bunch of fucking nerds, Wall Street guys." ANIMAL | Via
The Daily Mail profiles SEAL Team Three sniper Chris Kyle, whose 255 confirmed kills, including a 2,100-yard shot, make him the deadliest sniper in US history.
Mr Kyle is a cowboy from Odessa, Texas, who was a professional bronco rodeo rider before he joined the Navy. He grew up hunting deer and pheasant with a rifle and a shotgun his dad bought him. He never realized he was a good shot until he joined the Navy and got into the prestigious SEAL special operations unit. For his deadly track record as a marksman during his deployment to Ramadi, the insurgents named him 'Al-Shaitan Ramad' -- the Devil of Rahmadi -- and put a $20,000 bounty on his head.Meet Navy SEAL Chris Kyle... the deadliest sniper in US history
Today, President Obama awarded Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Arthur Petry the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions in Afghanistan, joining Army Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta as the only living recipients of the award since the Vietnam War. The Army explains his actions that earned him the highest military decoration offered by our country:
During his last mission, Petry was to locate himself with the platoon headquarters in the target building once it was secured. There, he was to serve as the senior noncommissioned officer at the site for the remainder of the operation. But things quickly got dangerous for Petry and his team. Insurgents opened fire on Petry and his men. Petry had fellow Ranger Pvt. 1st Class Lucas Robinson at his side. The two were to clear the outer courtyard of the target building. It was there the two first saw the enemy. "I remember seeing the guy out of my peripheral vision," Petry said. "Two guys with AKs at their hip, just spraying. And one happened to strike me right in the thighs. I didn't know I was hit in both thighs, but it hit my left thigh." Robinson was also hit, Petry said. "He was struck right in his ribcage on his left side and he continued along and followed behind me." While wounded and under enemy fire, Petry led Robinson to the cover of a chicken coop in the courtyard. The enemy continued to deliver fire at the two Soldiers. Petry reported contact was made with the enemy, and as a result, team member Sgt. Daniel Higgins moved to the outer courtyard. As Higgins moved toward the chicken coop to meet with the two wounded Soldiers, Petry threw a thermobaric grenade toward the enemy. That explosion caused a lull in enemy fire. As Higgins evaluated the wounds of both Petry and Robinsion, an insurgent threw a grenade over the chicken coop. The grenade landed about 10 meters from the three Rangers, knocked them to the ground, and wounded Higgins and Robinson. With three Soldiers taking cover in the coop, an insurgent threw yet another grenade. This time, the grenade landed just a few feet from the three Soldiers -- much closer than the earlier grenade. "It was almost instinct -- off training," Petry said of his response to the situation. "It was probably going to kill all three of us. I had time to visually see the hand grenade. And I figure it's got about a four-and-half second fuse, depending on how long it has been in the elements and the weather and everything and how long the pin has been pulled. I figure if you have time to see it you have time to kick it, throw it, just get it out there." That's when Petry picked up the grenade and threw it away from him and his buddies. As it turns out, he did have the time to save all three of their lives -- but not time to save his hand. The grenade exploded as he threw it -- destroying his throwing arm. "I actually didn't think it was going to go off," Petry said. "I didn't really feel much pain. I didn't know it had gone off and taken my hand until I sat back up and saw it was completely amputated at the wrist."Thanks to a prosthetic hand and the unbridled desire to continue being a badass, Sgt. 1st Class Petry was able to re-enlist with the Rangers last year.
Charlie Sheen and cocaine decided to bless the world with a couple more interviews this morning. I'm pretty sure half of his answers are mad libs. Today Show
An Estonian produce vendor gets confronted by Finnish police in Helsinki Central Market, suspected of contributing to the growing practice of importing Estonian mushrooms and berries and selling them as Finnish produce for a larger profit. After demanding a lawyer, he resorts to squaring off with the police officers (and another vendor) using a crate, a confiscated broom handle, and a large amount of testicular fortitude. Via | Previously: Homeless Ninja Vs. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department