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Buy our adult coloring book, “Coloring for Grown-Ups” for a measly ! www.amazon.com coloringforgrownups.com From POYKPAC: A battle of apathetic grandeur. *Hipster Olympics is a shameless tribute to Monty Python’s “The Upperclass Twit of the Year.” Let the lawsuits commence! (If you like it, subscribe. You’ll be the first to know when we upload new videos) CREDITS Writers – Ryan Hunter, Taige Jensen & Maggie Ross Producers – Ryan Hunter & Jenn Lyon Cinematographer – Eric Sherertz B Camera – Jesse Patch Steadicam Operators – Morgan Jenkins & Ashley Carpenter Editor – Ryan Hunter Graphics – Ryan Hunter & Taige Jensen Voiceover – Ryan Hunter & Taige Jensen CAST Announcer Greg Berman – Taige Jensen (voice) Announcer Neil Tafoya – Ryan Hunter (voice) Reporter Conica Friesbee – Jenn Lyon Hipster #1, Sasha Pinrod III – Taige Jensen Hipster #2, Larken Trebek – Maggie Ross Hipster #3, Nolan Shelby – Ryan Hunter Hipster #4, Zac Zuro – Ryan Hall Hipster #5, Gideon Zidoushe – Dave Powell Referee Wally Masters – Will Connell Square Sean Ericsson – Eric Sherertz DISCLAIMER: POYKPAC™ and POYKPAC Sports™ have no affiliation with Pabst Brewing Company™, American Apparel™, Myspace.com™, Cocaine™, Pitchfork Media™, The Elephant 6 Recording Company™, Domino Recording Company Ltd™, EMI™, MoTown Records™, or Vice Magazine Publishing Inc.™ All products and companies portrayed were done so satirically. Also check out this deleted scene, The Ironic Moustache Grow-off, located here: www.youtube

Award-winning short film with some of the UK’s best parkour and freestyle football talent. Shot on the RED One camera. Break-In was made by a group of filmmakers, traceurs and freestyle football / street soccer players. It is a short viral film that has a similar style to a Nike or Adidas Commercial. Producer/Director: Jon Plant Editor: Aleck Morton Music: Toby Bricheno Director of Photography: Doug Walshe Online Editor: Andrew McKee Parkour Soccer Chase. Freestyle Football Parkour 2011. Free Running Parkour Chase

On June 17th 2012 Alex Honnold and Hans Florine set a new speed record for climbing the Nose of El Capitan – 2900 feet in 2:23.46. For those of us sitting in El Capitan Meadow, this was hardly to be believed. If you are not familiar with El Capitan, you should visit Tom Evans’ site at www.elcapreport.com to get a feel for what an amazing accomplishment Alex and Hans pulled off (note: the average ascent of El Capitan is between 3 – 6 days). One observer noted, “Watching Alex Honnold climb El Capitan is like watching a spider climb a wall.”

Gaelic football combines the suspense of soccer, the skills and scoring of basketball, and the speed of the fastest sports in the world in a free-flowing action-packed sport. It originated in Ireland centuries ago, but it’s taking off in North America. Try it!

Fox Sports Commentator Calls WHOOPS on the Thursday night game of K-State vs. KU

First Time on Moonlight Buttress

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