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High Definite/People That Can Probably Kill You

Dead Island Trailer

by 4 years, 7 months ago Contribute

The trailer for Techland’s FPS zombie game Dead Island is everywhere, and for good reason.  It’s better than most of the movie trailers I’ve seen so far this year.

Here it is going forwards and at normal speeds:

The game is slated to be released some time this year.

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Here’s Anderson Silva Kicking Vitor Belfort’s Face Off

by 4 years, 7 months ago 1 Response

Anderson Silva knocks out Vitor Belfort in the first round during UFC 126 last night.

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Samuel L. Jackson - The Motherfucking Short Version

by 4 years, 8 months ago Contribute

Headphones, Samuel L. Jackson is speaking.

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The Duke: Fate Of Humanity

by 4 years, 8 months ago Contribute

A fan-made Duke Nukem live-action teaser done as an homage to the franchise and a thank you to Gearbox for reviving it.

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Gunman Opens Fire At School Board Meeting

by 4 years, 9 months ago Contribute

56-year-old Clay Duke opened fire on members of the Bay District Schools school board during a meeting in Panama City, Florida today, before being wounded by police and eventually taking his own life. Amazingly, no one was hurt except for the shooter.  I’d say this has graphic content, but this is the internet.  You’ll probably see far worse shit in like an hour.

There are a couple of theories into the motive of his actions, with one being that his wife was recently terminated by the school board.  Another is he’s a friggin maniac.

A biography on Duke’s Facebook page reads: “My Testament: Some people (the government sponsored media) will say I was evil, a monster (V)… no… I was just born poor in a country where the Wealthy manipulate, use, abuse, and economically enslave 95% of the population. Rich Republicans, Rich Democrats… same-same… rich… they take turns fleecing us… our few dollars… pyramiding the wealth for themselves. The 95%… the us, in US of A, are the neo slaves of the Global South. Our Masters, the Wealthy, do, as they like to us…

CNN has more videos as well.

Yeeeah, He Probably Did It.

by 4 years, 10 months ago 1 Response

Emilio Eduardo da Rocha Deveza was arrested in Brazil for the murder of his mother, Jardim Carmem, after she used his credit card without his permission.  While in custody, he decided to take a couple of minutes to remove any doubt that he will indeed kill your ass until you’re dead.

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Army Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta: Grade A Badass

by 4 years, 10 months ago 19 Responses

Today, President Obama awarded Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta the Medal of Honor, making him the first living recipient of the award since the Vietnam War.  The tale of how he earned this distinction should pretty much guarantee that this man never has to buy another beer in his life.  From President Obama’s remarks:

Salvatore Giunta’s time came on October 25, 2007. He was a Specialist then, just 22 years old.

Sal and his platoon were several days into a mission in the Korengal Valley — the most dangerous valley in northeast Afghanistan.  The moon was full. The light it cast was enough to travel by without using their night-vision goggles.  With heavy gear on their backs, and air support overhead, they made their way single file down a rocky ridge crest, along terrain so steep that sliding was sometimes easier than walking.

They hadn’t traveled a quarter mile before the silence was shattered.  It was an ambush, so close that the cracks of the guns and the whizz of the bullets were simultaneous.  Tracer fire hammered the ridge at hundreds of rounds per minute — “more,” Sal said later, “than the stars in the sky.”

The Apache gunships above saw it all, but couldn’t engage with the enemy so close to our soldiers.  The next platoon heard the shooting, but were too far away to join the fight in time.

And the two lead men were hit by enemy fire and knocked down instantly.  When the third was struck in the helmet and fell to the ground, Sal charged headlong into the wall of bullets to pull him to safety behind what little cover there was.  As he did, Sal was hit twice — one round slamming into his body armor, the other shattering a weapon slung across his back.

They were pinned down, and two wounded Americans still lay up ahead.  So Sal and his comrades regrouped and counterattacked.  They threw grenades, using the explosions as cover to run forward, shooting at the muzzle flashes still erupting from the trees.  Then they did it again.  And again.  Throwing grenades, charging ahead.  Finally, they reached one of their men.  He’d been shot twice in the leg, but he had kept returning fire until his gun jammed.

As another soldier tended to his wounds, Sal sprinted ahead, at every step meeting relentless enemy fire with his own.  He crested a hill alone, with no cover but the dust kicked up by the storm of bullets still biting into the ground.  There, he saw a chilling sight:  the silhouettes of two insurgents carrying the other wounded American away — who happened to be one of Sal’s best friends.  Sal never broke stride.  He leapt forward.  He took aim.  He killed one of the insurgents and wounded the other, who ran off.

Sal found his friend alive, but badly wounded.  Sal had saved him from the enemy — now he had to try to save his life.  Even as bullets impacted all around him, Sal grabbed his friend by the vest and dragged him to cover.  For nearly half an hour, Sal worked to stop the bleeding and help his friend breathe until the MEDEVAC arrived to lift the wounded from the ridge.  American gunships worked to clear the enemy from the hills.  And with the battle over, First Platoon picked up their gear and resumed their march through the valley.  They continued their mission.

It had been as intense and violent a firefight as any soldier will experience.  By the time it was finished, every member of First Platoon had shrapnel or a bullet hole in their gear.  Five were wounded.  And two gave their lives:  Sal’s friend, Sergeant Joshua C. Brennan, and the platoon medic, Specialist Hugo V. Mendoza.

Hooah. | The 60 Minutes interview with him, including accompanying graphics, here.

Update: A video of the entire ceremony after the jump, courtesy of The White House’s YouTube channel.

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A Fantastic Halloween Brawl At Denny’s

by 4 years, 10 months ago 4 Responses

…or if you live in Oakland, just a regular ass Saturday night, with costumes.

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The Face Of Meth

by 4 years, 10 months ago Contribute

Mark Siebenmorgen’s mugshot after his two-day meth party/crime spree.

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