When you watch this video the whole time you know that this scene is not going to end well for the guy with the shark. You also know that a video is going to be good when the lede is exactly what I just wrote. Anyway, this dude is being a little too haphazard in holding this shark he caught while trying to get the hook out of its mouth. The suspense is what makes this film awesome…along with the guy’s incredibly hilarious high pitch girlie shriek as he gets his hand bit by a shark. Don’t worry, its not graphic, fantastic camera work though.
“Oooh baby, the best fans in the world are right here!” Really, Dickie? The best a crowd can do is yell “Woo!” or “Come on!”? He must get a hard-on for the “Inspiration, perspiration!” chant at Cameron.
Most American sports fans have no creativity or spontaneity when it comes to supporting their teams. What’s one of the best known cheers in the NFL? “J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets!” Is that the best we can do? Oh wait, we can also hold up a “D” and a fence. Most people won’t make noise unless a scoreboard tells them to yell “Charge!” Let’s not talk about clapping on the beat. If I’m going to be told what to do or how to do it at a sporting event, I want a Korean in charge.
Now that’s direction I can believe in. Dae han min guk!!
Possibly the coolest videos you’ll see all day, here is the experimental new sport of Sport Pong. The field or pong board is actually projected onto the floor and players get to use their feet to move the pong paddles (1 per foot) around to hit the ball in an attempt to score on the opposing side’s wall. Yes, its like Air Hockey for the next generation and Pong 2010 all in one. Pretty damn neat though.