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Link25 (025) – The Water Bottle Ninja Edition

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For the 25th time we’re here to bring you the 25 best videos, images, and articles from all over the web. This last week included everything from skydiver Felix Baumgartner preparing to jump all the way from the edge of space to 5000 ducks swarming through the streets of a small village in China. It’s been a crazy seven days so get ready because this is Link25 (025) – The Water Bottle Ninja Edition.

25. Picture of the Week: Sitting on a Cloud

An awesome capture of the GoPro Bomb Squad jumping into the Lucas Oil/Red Bull MX Race in Washougal, Washington. Sitting on the cloud is Marshall “Mullet” Miller as partner and fellow Bomb Squadder Neil Amonson shows {…]



22. The Water Bottle Ninja!



19. Red Bull Stratos: Skydiving from the Edge of Space

The Red Bull Stratos Mission is a mission teetering on the edge of space. It involves one man, one balloon, and one jump from the edge of space with the goal of breaking the speed of sound. Felix Baumgartner and his team of experts plan to […]



16. 5,000 Ducks Go For A Walk

15. Meanings In Ten National Flags – If Flags Were Brands

For centuries, nations have flown flags, simple blocks of color and accompanying symbols carefully chosen to represent their ideals and ways of living to outsiders. Nowadays, people are seemingly more likely to go to […]


13. What a Space Shuttle Cockpit Looks Like

In this incredible photo by Ben Cooper, we see the highly sophisticated flight deck (cockpit) of the NASA space shuttle, Endeavour. This is just one of the amazing photos from Ben’s photo tour of the now decommissioned […]



10. Twins Fall Asleep While Eating Spaghetti



7. Artwork jumps to life on iphone, in real time

What if each time you looked at a static picture, painting or even object, it popped into bright and detailed motion, telling a new and unique story. No, I’m not talking about […]



4. The Ultimate Faceplants Compilation



1. Why Are Carved Pumpkins Called “Jack O’ Lanterns”?

The name “Jack O’ Lantern” was originally one of the numerous names given to ignis fatuus (Medieval Latin for “foolish fire”), another of which is “Will O’ the Wisps”, basically the odd light that can occasionally be seen over {…]

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