If you watch this video and don't immediately go to the Animal Human Society and adopt a cat, you have no soul.
File this one under worst hobby ever. This guy voluntarily injects himself with pure Black Mamba venom.
The history of the Frye Company dates all the way back to 1863 when John Addison Frye opened the first shop in Marlboro, Massachusetts. The Frye John Addison Harness Back Zip Boot remembers the Frye founder in the form of this vintage tanned in the USA leather pair. Rugged and tough, the Addison is fitted with a thick harness ring and rivet detailed strap that wraps around the ankles, round toe, and the signature Goodyear welted construction that ensures these boots are built for the long haul. And at the end of a demanding day, the full back zip allows you to let your guard down and slip off your boots until the next time their services are needed.
More formal than their original yellow boot, although still casual enough for everyday wear, the Timberland Kendrick Boot is versatile enough to fit in anywhere. An upper crafted from premium full-grain leather paired with recycled rubber lug outsoles form a stylish silhouette, while an OrthoLite insole provides comfort for all-day wear. The lace-up front offers the look of a classic trench boot, but a convenient side-zip allows for a swift getaway.
Presented by Timberland.
A Georgia Institute of Technology professor films a cluster of fire ants linking together to avoid being submerged in water. As if having fire in your name isn't bad ass enough, they're also immune to water.