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2 Sep 2007
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using scissors, a saw, a bottle, and a balloon make a peashooter that packs power with great aim.
14 Sep 2007
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easy to make...powerful...made with wire, elastic bands and tape.
17 Feb 2008
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Nothing Good Happens After Midnight. Except Denny's.
25 Jun 2008
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A gi­ant sling­shot on a far­m. Crazy!!
30 Jan 2010
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Bunch of hot girls in red gift wrap dancing around for some reason.
12 Mar 2010
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16 Aug 2010
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This obviously looks real so it must be since everything on the Internet is real. Awesome job nonetheless.
30 Nov 2011
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Don't try this at home
4 Dec 2011
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27 Jan 2012
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Get back at those pesky aliens for taking all of the good cow mutilating jobs away from Americans.
6 Dec 2012
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Get back at those pesky aliens for taking all of the good cow mutilating jobs away from Americans.
30 Mar 2013
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Info From Licensor: "Going from 0-130mph in less than a second... The Human Catapult! BASE jumpers are launched into the air, at times taking on over 6 G's, making even the scariest of roller-costers and theme park rides look tame. Two world-renonewed BASE jumpers and daredevils, Chris "Douggs" McDougall and Jimmy Pouchert traveled to Dubai to set up the human catapult, a device inspired by none of than Leonardo DaVinci. Eric Straub, the engineer behind this modern-day catapult, took DaVinci's design and modernized it and built the custom pulleys and board that Chris and Jimmy used to be launched 300+ feet into the air. Along with the help of Go Fast Energy Drink and Skydive Dubai, Chris and Jimmy were able to make every BASE jumper's dream of being launched into the air a realty. Jimmy quoted the experience before liftoff as, "When you are lying on that board and there is 50,000 pounds waiting to drop, the tension is palpable. If anything goes wrong, there is literally nothing you could do to stop it. You are lying there, looking at the crane tips 200 feet away, knowing that once you are released, it will take one second to get to (the top of) them - 200 feet in one second. We didn't have a g force meter, but we assume it is a moment of possibly 7g's and then it immediately starts to slack off once you are traveling." Chris McDougall and Jimmy Pouchert are two of the world's most respected BASE jumpers, both inside the BASE community and in popular culture. Both men combined have thousands of skydives, BASE jumps, and wingsuit jumps. They are highly skilled and talented jumpers, and having been in the sport for almost 20 years, are both dedicated to teaching the next generation of inspired athletes how to endure and prosper in the extremely dangerous and deadly, yet rewarding sport of BASE jumping." - Jimmy Pouchert & Chris Douggs Location: Dubai, United Arab Eremites Occurrence Date: 2013 Credit: Jimmy Pouch
19 Oct 2017
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Human slingshot opens parachute
9 May 2006
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A slingshot, also called a shanghai, a catapult (not to be confused with either the catapult siege engine or shepherd's sling), or a beanshooter is a small hand-powered projectile weapon. It has a pocket for holding the projectile. Each end of the pocket is attached to a rubber band, which is attached to the ends of a fork-shaped frame. There are steel hunting balls for slingshots that can kill small game. A slingshot champion appearing on the David Letterman Show some years ago[citation needed] said to hold the projectile pocket at a fixed position near the body, such as the hip, and move the frame based on gut feeling and practice, just like a gunslinger or hip-shooter in the American wild west. Many gunslingers could hit a target without raising their weapon to eye level.With practice, slingshots are effective against small rodents and birds at ranges up to 25 metres. The newer and more advanced slingshots can fire up to 200 meters. They are excellent for hunting rats and pigeons. Because of the low ammunition cost (pebbles work) and ease of use, slingshots are very popular with children.
7 Aug 2007
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Profile of Ruben Lenten, 7th of the 2007 PKRA, sponsored by Red Bull, Slingshot and Mystic. Dutch Rider.
5 Jan 2008
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