The ‘Jackass’ Stunt Even Steve-O Refused to Do

There aren't many things that the Jackass guys won't do, but they definitely do draw the line at times, even Steve-O. During an interview with Yahoo, the he revealed the stunt that he absolutely refused to do for the very first Jackass film, which came out in 2002.It was called "Toy Car Up the Butt."Of course, that sounds pretty self-explanatory, but why wouldn't we go into further detail about what the...

Hiker Thought Lorna Shore Vocalist Will Ramos Was Bigfoot

If you heard Lorna Score's growly deathcore vocals alone on a hike, without being able to see where they were coming from, would you think it was Bigfoot?Because Lorna Shore lead vocalist Will Ramos recently told metal influencer Nik Nocturnal how a hiker seemingly assumed he was Bigfoot while he practiced his vocals outdoors. And Ramos never corrected the passerby, leaving the confused hiker only to...

VR Headset by Oculus Founder May Kill You If You Die in the Game

Original Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey has created a VR headset he claims can actually kill its user if they die in a game.Don't worry though, this product isn't coming to market anytime soon from the sound of it and, hopefully, it never does. It would be pretty bad for business to kill off your entire consumer base, right?Where Did This Idea Come From?It's a concept that sounds plucked from a cult classic sci-fi/horror film (ever see the...

Nas Details New Album King’s Disease III

NewsNas Details New Album King’s Disease IIIThe rapper’s latest Hit-Boy collaboration is out this Friday, November 11By Matthew StraussNovember 9, 2022FacebookTwitterNas, April 2017 (Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for The Estate of Tupac Shakur)FacebookTwitterNas has shared the tracklist for his new album King’s Disease III, which comes out this Friday, November 11, via Mass Appeal Records. The full-length was produced by Hit-Boy and executive...

Gal Costa, Iconic Tropicália Vocalist, Dies at 77

NewsGal Costa, Iconic Tropicália Vocalist, Dies at 77Costa’s collaborations with Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil helped define Brazilian popular musicBy Rob ArcandNovember 9, 2022FacebookTwitterGal Costa, 1995 (David Redfern/Redferns)FacebookTwitterGal Costa, the iconic Tropicália and música popular brasileira vocalist, has died, The Associated Press reports. A cause of death was not revealed, but the singer was recently forced to cancel a...

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