Driven by personal loss and a desire to raise money for pediatric cancer research, math teacher Kyle Gurkovich set out to beat a world record for most pull ups in 24 hours. In June he set a new world record of 4,182. Before him the record was held by a Navy SEAL. Then a professional athlete from Australia, Caine Eckstein, beat it last month doing 4,210.
The Guinness World Record for most pull-ups done in 24 hours has turned into a true drama. A New Jersey math student broke the record back in June with 4,182, beating the former record held by a Navy Seal.
9 month old Wyatt's dad loves Pantera. Therefore Wyatt will love Pantera. Check out this video where dad sets up a "drum kit" (really things like peanut cans and plastic lids but it looks legit) and puts on dark clothing to do a musical assist from behind
A listener sent this moving video. If you're an American citizen please watch it. The numbers are arguable. My own research shows the number of homeless veterans is actually smaller than 300,000 and that the number has decreased over the last few years
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