Train vs Cow

June 10, 2009

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Quite possibly the funniest video I have ever seen.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you, “Train vs Cow”
– FlashAddict

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Slalom Skier Gate to the Groin…

May 7, 2009

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Watching this will make you howl and cringe at the same time, especially if you are a man…OUI MONSIEUR!!!
– FlashAddict

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Cuban taekwondo athlete kicks ref, faces lifetime ban

September 13, 2008

This story is a little old, but damn if this isn’t one of the funniest pictures I have ever seen – the guy just DUMMIES the ref with a roundhouse kick to the face Chuck Norris style!

Cant we all just get along?

Can't we all just get along?

Taekwondo athlete Angel Matos of Cuba faces a lifetime ban after kicking the referee in the face following his disqualification in a bronze-medal match Saturday at the Beijing Games.

Matos’s coach Leudis Gonzalez also faces a lifetime ban in response to the incident that took place at the end of the men’s over-80 kg bout.

“We didn’t expect anything like what you have witnessed to occur,” said World Taekwondo Federation secretary general Yang Jin-suk. “I am at a loss for words.”

Although the arena announcer said Matos and his coach were banned effective immediately, Yang said due process must be followed before officially banning the two.

A gold medallist at the 2000 Sydney Games, Matos was winning the match 3-2 against Kazakhstan’s Arman Chilmanov with 1:02 in the second round when he fell to the mat after being hit.

Fighters get one minute to receive medical attention, but Matos was disqualified when his time ran out.

After angrily questioning the decision, the Cuban pushed a judge, then pushed and kicked referee Chakir Chelbat of Sweden.

Matos then spat on the floor before being escorted out.

“He was too strict,” Gonzalez said of the decision to disqualify Matos.

Gonzalez also alleged the match was fixed and accused the Kazakhstanis of offering him money.

In the gold-medal match, Cha Dong-min of South Korea defeated European champion Alexandros Nikolaidis of Greece 5-4.

Nigeria’s Chika Yagazie Chukwumerije won the other bronze medal, defeating Akmal Irgashev of Uzbekistan.

Two bronze medals are awarded in taekwondo at the Olympics.

http://www.cbc.ca/olympics/taekwondo/story/2008/08/23/olympics-angel-matos.html


Sunday – day to take it easy

September 8, 2008

Well, Sunday had arrived and I discovered the fact that I could hardly walk after Saturday’s intense workout, doing Sasquatch. My hamstrings were so effin tight that my walking abilities were severely gimped, but to hell with it all, I got up early and went for brunch at Milestone’s – then got some coffee and droe around Port Moody /Westwood Plateau for a bit and then made my way over to Belcarra Provincial Park – man what a great place that is.

The sun was shinning and the wind was coming in off the water in a nice breeze – perfect day to walk along the beach and on to the pier. Saw 3 young boys fishing and they screamed in delight when one of them caught a guppy on the end of their line – was hilarious!

Spent a few hours out there then went home to relax my legs some more – marinated a salmon filet and I’m gonna let that sit in the fridge until Tuesday when it will be mmmmmmmmmmm good 😛 I also watched, “We Own the Night” with Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Wahlberg – a pretty good movie. I had seen it before, but just bought it as a used DVD – good script, good characters.