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lukeblue15259   , 79

from West New York


A Hair-raising Parkour Tribute To The Video Game 'mirror's Edge'

5921241084764388346.jpg er, inches, the result would be a bone-crunching slam. There's the requisite racing on ventilation shafts and scaling of ladders, and even the gloves and soundtrack is the same. The video was directed by Scott Bass of Ampisound , a multimedia production crew that features several members of England's parkour community. Playing the part of Faith, the Eurasian heroine of Mirror's Edge, is traceur Neil Cointet , who soars through his native Cambridge like he has flapping bat wings. There are several nasty moments where you're sure Cointet is destined to become the world's first parkour athlete on crutches, notably (spoiler alert!) the chimney landing at 1:30 and 2:10's somersault over an alley.

Plano cyclists describe hair-raising symptoms while riding under powerlines

5921241083049473806.jpg With David Letterman she chatted about meditation. With CBS This Morning, she talked about having a huge party for herself when she turns 60 in January. With Parade, she talked about use of the n-word. But in the September issue of O mag, she tackles hair, the long and short of it all. Oprah says O is going through every aspect of hair "with a fine-tooth comb." She says they will be "exploring why hair has such a hold on us, how to change it, dye it, lose it, buzz it, and grow it out, and everything you need to make yours the best it can be." As for her cover look, it's a 3.5-pound wig, created by stylist Kim Kimble wig.

Hair-raising robberies in South Africa fill some with dread

5921227321921332358.jpg Your cheeks tingle and glow with warmth because your body has released adrenaline. This adrenaline surge causes your blood vessels to dilate (vasodilation), improving blood flow, allowing efficient oxygen delivery, and blushing your cheeks with shades from scarlet to salmon. To better understand what happens when we blush, you can think of the word itself as two words packed into one: "blood" and "rush." All of these adaptations would be helpful in a fight for your life, but what good does it do when you're simply embarrassed? Some experts theorize that blushing is like a red flag for shame. Imagine you're an early human caught overstepping your boundaries in a territorial situation.

Oprah unveils hair-raising issue

5921227286114951168.jpg Hairy! The world's first fur coat made from 100 per cent male chest hair has been made as a protest against the widespread 'manning-down' of British men The coat was commissioned by milk drink for men, Wing Co., as a protest against the widespread 'manning-down' of British men, typified by clean-shaven chests and emasculating fashion. Move over, Suki! Immy Waterhouse gives her big sister a run for her money in the modelling stakes as she's unveiled as new face of Asda's young designer label The coat, which features over one million strands of male chest hair, took a team of fashion designers over 200 hours to create and carries a hefty price tag of 2,499.

Hair-raising fashion! Would YOU pay 2,499 for a fur coat made from male CHEST HAIR?

5921227443734441582.jpg Hilarious pictures show where the world's worst drivers leave their cars There are also the bad-hair family health portraits which show certain styles tend to pass down the generations. One family of four shows each member sporting their own custom coiffured mullet while a pair of big-haired women show they've clearly come fresh from a battle for the Elnett. Several of the pictures are of couples who've decided to copy each others 'unique' styles and men who've tried to combine their awkward haircuts with even worse facial hair. The competition was launched to mark the release of the new comedy The Incredible Burt Wonderstone which is released on March 15 and features it's own heavily hair-styled protagonist played by Steve Carrell. Hair-raising: This young girl desperately tries to avoid the elephant in the room - or rather the one hiding in her grandmother's beehive In the jeans?

Bad hair day? Hair-raising and hilarious styles that have been caught on camera from mullets and mohawks to beehives and bowlcuts

5921227437545612978.jpg Potter and Andrew Brown ride the Bluebonnet several times a week. At certain spots along the trail, they describe something shocking. "You feel a little sensation and a tinge," Brown said. "And I feel it mostly in my arm." Cyclists are concerned. So is radiologist Dr.

Decades later, hair-raising photo still a reminder of lightning danger

5921227304383014324.jpg It is scary because you never know what they will use to cut your hair these people are ruthless." Quick-moving culprits use knives and broken glass to shear people of their prized locks, which are sold for between 200 rand ($23) to 700 rand ($79) if they're shoulder-length and as much as 2,000 rand ($226) if they're longer. RELATED: REAL-LIFE RAPUNZEL, DAUGHTERS SHOW OFF LONG HAIR Jack Maseko of Zimbabwe said robbers in South Africa recently used a knife and scissors to steal his long dreadlocks, which he spent 3 years growing. "I still feel pain when I think about that night," Maseko told BBC. "I used to see people selling dreadlocks on the streets and didn't know where it came from." e NCA Knox Teinten, a hair stylist who claims to have introduced the transplanting or crocheting of dreadlocks, is disturbed by the rise in hair crime. Maseko didn't report the incident to police because he thought they wouldn't be able to do anything. But South African cops are now calling on people to report such cases of assaults, especially following the brutal attack of another Zimbabwean, Mutsa Madonko.

Hair-raising act coming to Coast

5921227335314948906.jpg The prospect of Konocti Harbor re-opening flooded my mind with music and all those experiences that accompanied the events. I remember when Rev Run landed in a helicopter at the resort to join Kid Rock and when Meatloaf told jokes about musicians as if he was speaking with friends. Weird Al tumbled, breaking a leg on the amphitheater stage, but came back to perform again. Robert Plant and Alison Krauss mesmerized more than 5,000 concert-goers under a star-filled sky. I have danced with Eddie Money, hugged Cyndi Lauper, high-fived Ronnie James Dio, raised a glass with members of ZZ Top, Live, Blues Traveler, Collective Soul and 3 Doors Down.

Goosebumps and other hair-raising stress reactions

5921241082875307034.jpg "I had two practice runs then I came in to the salon on my day off on Wednesday and it took about two hours to do." She roped in her friend, Rachel Walsh, to model the hurling-inspired curling. Holly, from Glen Heights Park, dyed the top of Rachels hair green, to represent the Croke Park turf. She crafted two 1ft-high hurleys from hair extensions and clipped them in place. She wrapped two braided strips of dyed black hair around each hurls base to represent splice, and stuck a sliotar, made from hair, between the two. Holly, dad Desmond, and younger brother Luke are among thousands of Cork fans heading to Croke Park on Sunday.

Ink Out Loud:Hair-raising good times at the Harbor

5921241086138449854.jpg Having one condition does not put you at any particular risk of the other, as PGD2 works a little differently in the two. The enzymes that create PGD2 on the scalp come from the brain, while PGD2 in the lungs is blood-born. People who suffer from asthma go into PGD2 production overdrive when they come into contact with an allergen. The PGD2 leads to inflammation, and the person has trouble breathing.

Hair-raising Holly shows she?s up for the match

5921241092177337790.jpg TO COINCIDE with World Beard Day, which is held on the first Saturday of September every year, I have chosen to highlight the greatest ever beard band, known simply as The Beards. These working-class heroes are known worldwide for their awesome live shows, brilliant songs (all of which are about beards) and, most importantly, making the beard sexy. We were incredibly lucky to get these legends on the line-up this year, as they are doing a massive tour of America and Canada before hopping on a plane and heading straight for Golden Days. They had a good offer to stay in America over the Golden Days weekend, but their love for the Sunshine Coast won out. If you have not heard any of The Beards songs, I suggest Googling their big hit, If Your Dad Doesn't Have a Beard You've Got Two Mums, and get ready for a huge sing-along at the festival.


5921241097625961676.jpg Sean was collapsed and huddled on his knees. Smoke was pouring from his back. It turned out that Sean was one of at least three people hit directly that day by the triple-pronged bolt, including one man who died and another who sued the U.S. government for not warning about lightning danger, Jensenius noted. The lawsuit was dismissed. Sean was knocked unconscious and suffered third-degree burns to his back and elbows.