VideoSift Clips of the Week

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Parkour Noob
Well, not everyone can run and jump around like ninjas. Here's a video clip of why you shouldn't exactly try do parkour if you're not physically coordinated.

Link (Hey, isn't that the Numa Numa guy?)

The Slingshot Man
Don't pick a fight with Rufus Hussey, The Beanshooter Man, at least when he's armed with a slingshot - he is absolutely terrifyingly awesome with it.


How to Steal a Car with Beer Cans
Yes, it's probably a staged footage, but it's conceivable ... and pretty clever for a criminal!


How to Disarm a Crazy Samurai Sword Wielding Man
Not all policemen resort to lethal force, guns or tasers to disarm a crazy samurai sword wielding man. Sometimes, all you need is ... a broom! (Of course, this is Germany, in the United States, they would've just shot the guy's b*tt off!)


Young Drew Carey on The Tonight Show
In 1991, a then 33-year-old Drew Carey performed for the first time on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Back then, it was unusual for a comedian to be invited over to sit down with the master.


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For a comedian to be invited over to sit with Johnny Carson was Johnny's way of giving high praise. Not everyone who preformed stand up on the show got the call: only those who were "good enough."
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When I was in college an e-mail was sent out saying that a car was stolen similarly to the beer can thing. But in the instance I heard about, the driver got in, started the car, began to back out of the space and noticed a flyer on the back window when they started in reverse. When they got out to get the flyer of the window, the thief would jump in the drivers seat and drive off.

The moral of the story was, if you saw a flyer in your back window and your keys are in the ignition, just leave it and let the wind blow it off.
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