Odd choice of words, because if you were actually using your brain to smash bricks, you would use something other than the housing that contains your brain.Was the flipping a requirement, or just a method of using momentum to get to the next stack? Maybe there was a time element to consider
See guys, I told you there was nothing to worry about. That old brain is tougher than you thought.DF Roger Goodell
Not saying I could do it or that it is not fascinating, but it does not look like he is putting much force on those bricks.
Not nearly enough force being applied to smash real blocks. Especially since a significant amount of available energy from his body is dedicated to the propulsion for his rolling over. There's a major fake part to this. The laws of physics do not cease to exist on his stove. Are those magic blocks? Are we to think that a block breaks easier on his floor? Did he buy these blocks from the same guy that sold Jack his beanstalk beans?
Freakin' idiot people...and I thought football was stupid
Must be some of that inferior Mexican brick. DF Troy Aikman
If he followed the Rugby tackle block breaking method he would never get a head injury....or if he played head block smash like they did in '39!
Somewhere in heaven, many years ago...God formed a plan that this person's life would follow, to the letter. And that plan said, "break fake blocks while tumbling over and over". Meanwhile, Aunt Mildred's plan read..."live a long, proper Christian life, and when I'm ready for you I'll run a truck into your bus so you can experience unimaginable pain and horror first."
I have to say, that's how I feel most days, too. The worst part comes when you've broken about 5 stacks and look ahead to see how many more you have yet to go.
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