So this is a common game that Korean boys play. Very odd to foreigners - Totally. Borderline gay - most likely. We just ran into this walking down the street in Gyeongu (outside Seoul). Apparently the purpose of the jumping on each other is to try to knock the train down. I dunno.
Ride footage previously boradcast LIVE in REAL TIME on 4/24/2008 on WWW.ADVENTURE-BIKER.COM
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the rider goes to race his sled
And he jumps bery Wierd too
its a video about a guy that walks very wierd
Street Soccer Productions , Bringing you the latest fusion of culture and soccer from around the World In a unique blend high action excitement, We take you through the Streets of Germany during the World Cup highlighting Futsal, Free-styleing hitting the streets and schools yard around.
Flashback to Nate at age 6
Nate, at age six, approaches June Phigg and Cristabel near the lunch area outside the school yard; he gives June a special valentine originally intended for Cristabel.
Obična dimna bomba načinjena od KNO3 i šećera zapaljena na školskom dvorištu.
A regular KNO3 - sugr smoke bomb fired up in a school yard.
A skater tries the famous rail slide and ends with the famous nut crunch. The funny part though is his reaction as he jumps around the school yard yelling in pain.
This 1950's social etiquette film overtly encourages good citizenship and proper manners to young school children, as well as unintentionally representing Cold War culture. The narrator of the film introduces Harvey as “the happiest boy in school.” While he walks through the school yard, he waves and smiles at the other children, and they all happily wave back as though he is royalty. And why shouldn't he be treated royally, he's a productive member of society (by being an utter conformist)! The film teaches the importance neatness and cleanliness, simply helping others, and being conscientious about making even new kids feel welcome, all examples of good citizenship. American family values and ethical behavior are stressed as vital to teaching teens good manners. Only slightly touched upon by the film are examples of bad manners: little Tommy is always late, which is poor etiquette! While the content of the film remains utterly positive, the underpinnings of all of the "citizenship" and "togetherness" used in this film are really social conformity. The 1950's were about searching for perfection in society and the wholesome overtones of this Cold War culture film exemplify that heightened push for American individual conformity.
This is the first in a series of almostGOLF clips about how to create your own almost-golf (Streetgolf - urbangolf - crossgolf) course around your neighborhood, park, school yard or business. This all came about when we were designing an on campus golfathon around the football field to raise money for the golf team.
As we were scouting the course we saw they had an amazing four story parking garage. What a course element! So we decided to integrate the garage into the golf course. It was a huge hit. Though the goal posts were not there when we shot the clip, the idea was to have the shot go through the goal post and onto the garage. It's a great dramatic way to get onto the garage.
Check out the rest of our series at www.almostgolf**** where you can learn all about off-course golf. Join the AG Club for tournament updates, discounts and prototyping opportunities.
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