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Check out this incredible GoPro footage shot by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey of One World Trade Center's final spire installation, making it the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere at a symbolic height of 1,776 feet.
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This is just further proof that you don't have to run out to Home Depot and get yourself a chainsaw.
The driver of a tour boat in Amsterdam has been down a canal or two before and drifts his ride like a boss! Watch his awesome maneuvering, 'cause he's got this.
Around 40 Eagles in Unalaska, Alaska (who knew, right) flew the coup after officers broke up a wild party in the back of a pick-up truck in a Safeway parking lot. Witnesses say the roudy crowd was feasting on gargage bags of fish product when cops arrived to break up the bash. No arrests were made in the incident.
Before written words and speech, there was body language. Los Angeles choreographer Super Dave has been working with top dancers to create a dance language. With the help of Puma, they are creating a dance dictionary and you can submit your own entries.
After an Arizona couple underwent an in vitro fertilization procedure, they wondered what to do with the leftover embryos. They decided to put the embryos up for adoption, and four years later, a baby was born from the embryo to her adoptive mother!
Ryan Lucken of Newton North High School in Massachusetts, the "Anchor" for his relay team, made a crazy comeback during a race from a pretty lengthy trail. See the amazing moment when Ryan turns it up to eleven!
Ernie Adams grew up near the town dump in Harvard, Nebraska. Now much older and living in Maricopa, Arizona, Ernie has spent his life turning salvaging and recycling into an amazing trade. Amongst many other things, Ernie has created a collection of mini replicas of classic American cars, from SCRATCH, which are now housed in a small museum! Watch the whole (short) documentary.
Epic Meal Time has created an "Edible Sombrero", sure to liven up any party. Okay, so the sombrero itself is not edible, but all the high calorie goodness stacked on top of it sure is! Suggested serving size: 1-50 people.
When you get millions of users together into one community, great things can be accomplished. This young man's grandfather served in Britain's Royal Navy during World War II. At just 20-years-old, the sailor served all across Europe. To surprise his grandfather, his grandson turned to the folks at Reddit to see if they could touch up his original Navy photo. The results are incredible.
Like something out of an apocalyptic blockbuster, a sudden increase in flow of the Saskatchewan River in Canada caused a rarely seen ice surge. Traveling at about 4-5 miles an hour, the surge cut through and over existing ice sheets that covered the reservoir.
The employees at a French supermarket called Cora set up a very elaborate domino effect display all around the store. Beginning with wooden pallets, but also incorporating numerous other items the store carries, it's a pretty epic set up. It also looks likes it's going to be a pretty epic clean up!
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