Movie critics beware; you might have to put up or shut up from now on, as filmmaker Uwe Boll made history this weekend by beating the tar out of four of his harshest critics in Ã¢ÂÂRaging BollÃ¢ÂÂ, a boxing match sponsored by publicity-hungry internet casino GoldenPalace****.
Boll, an experienced boxer, pulled no punches as he systematically dismantled and humiliated critics Richard "Lowtax" Kyanka of SomethingAwful****, Jeffrey Sneider of Aintitcoolnews****, Chris Alexander of horror magazine Rue Morgue, and 17-yr-old Chance Minter with his mother closely watching.
Boll has over 30 years experience in the ring, and didn't hold back. He served up savage hooks, head shots, and body blows, easily winning all four fights. None of the competitors lasted more than 2 rounds and all the fights ended by KO or TKO.
The unique match originally began as an Internet challenge from Boll to his many critics, and made massive amounts of press all over the world. It turned into a media-inspired phenomenon, which naturally piqued the interest of internet casino GoldenPalace****.
rage against the machine tribute
Rage played by Johnny. Enjoy
Britney Spears rages.Fights the paparazzi
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The second annual In The Drivers Seat Road Rage Survey, commissioned by AutoVantage, a leading national auto club, found that the least courteous city in the country is Miami, followed by New York and Boston. It is the second consecutive year that Miami claimed the top spot. The other two cities with the worst road rage were Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.
The most courteous city is Portland, Ore., followed closely by Pittsburgh, Seattle Tacoma, St. Louis and Dallas Ft. Worth.
The message inside the Album Cover of Rage Against the Machines "Renegades".
Song: New Millennium Homes by Rage Against The Machine
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Final fight from action movie RAGE by Cedric Tellier
4th fight of action movie RAGE by Cedric Tellier
Tsukai no gaki - Japanese show Rage Rock paper scissors match gets out of control
This is a short clip from a scene In Martin Scorsese's 'Raging Bull' where Jake LaMotta, played by Robert De Niro, gives himself a pep talk before a stand up performance.
'GHOSTDRIVERS IN DISGUISE'-by song parodist Loose Bruce Kerr parodies the Vaughn Monroe hit, 'Ghostriders In the Sky.' It tells the tale of a modern day road rage incident in which both participants come face to face in a standoff reminiscent of the Wild West.
Bruce lives, works, records, and performs in Silicon Valley in Northern California. Bruce is also an attorney with Sun Microsystems. His parodies are regularly featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon Shows. In the 90's, Bruce opened for 'Weird Al' Yankovic.
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