Well, these are not exactly bobbleheads, but CBC figured these RUSH dolls could have sold rather well at the SOCHI Olympic Games.
Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Go Back To Your Olympic Dorm?
According to Foxnews and 21 year old Women’s USA Luge Olympian Kate Hansen:
“I’m pretty sure this is a wolf wandering my hall in Sochi.”
Peyton Manning lost his grip. Seattle has both offense and defense and it won them their first SuperBowl ever.
Chimpanzees are naturally afraid of water but this one has been taught to swim and hold its head underwater (starting about 2 years ago) and has now learned how to use scuba diving equipment. Cooper is amazing, chimpanzees are mankind’s closest living animal relatives.
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In Mens Halfpipe, Shaun White scored a 96.6 to squeak by Danny Davis with 1.6 points, so Shaun, Taylor Gold and 2010 Olympian Greg Bretz have automatically earned membership on the four-man team. Later, Danny Davis rocked his smooth and lofty style to take the fourth halfpipe spot. SEE ALL THE VIDEOS HERE.
Greg Bretz, Mammoth Lakes, CA (12/19/1990) *
Danny Davis, Truckee, CA (6/22/1988)
Taylor Gold, Steamboat Springs, CO (11/17/1993)
Shaun White, Carlsbad, CA (9/3/1986) *
Kelly Clark, W. Dover, VT (7/26/1983) *
Kaitlyn Farrington, Sun Valley, ID (12/18/1989)
Arielle Gold, Steamboat Springs, CO (5/4/1996)
Hannah Teter, Belmont, VT (1/27/1987) *
Sage Kotsenburg, Park City, UT (7/27/1993)
Chas Guldemond, Reno, NV (4/22/1987)
Shaun White, Carlsbad, CA (9/3/1986)
Jamie Anderson, S. Lake Tahoe, CA (9/13/1990)
Ty Walker, Stowe, VT (3/03/1997)
The caliber of Olympic halfpipe snowboarding overspins and corks from Shaun White’s latest level-up:
Who says Pipe is a barrel-only break?
Brazilian phenom Gabriel Medina boosts an unexpected air after coming out of a Pipeline barrel and puts his name down for the 2013 Hawaiian Air Show.
What is it about rhythm, pattern, and synchronization that fascinate us? How do pacemaker cells in a heart synchronize? How can thousands of people unconsciously walk in step? There are so many recurring patterns in nature like ripples in sand and the stripes of a zebra. In speaking with musicians, mathematicians, and psychologists, filmmaker Tess Girard explains rhythm to CBC RADIO and what it means to us.
PLAY THE OFFICIAL CIRCADIA GAME HERE!