The Way This Village Views Death Will Leave You Pleasantly Shocked

By Jack Day For many Americans death is often extremely hard to deal with, understandably.  Our system of handling death has been determined by our culture and therefore when a loved one is gone, they are gone.  We have them in our memories and photos, but we don’t ever get to see them again.  This…

A Father and Son Take a Picture Once a Year … For 27 Years?!

By Richard K. Noots This father and son duo decided to do a project that would span their lifetimes: To take one picture every year for as long as they can. While the end prospects of that statement can be depressing, what matters is a family’s growth. Not only externally, but internally. Luckily, you can see all of…

Which One of Our Readers Has the Guts to Break This Record?

By Richard K. Noots Spencer Seabrooke has guts. More guts than anyone I’ve ever met. He just broke the world record on crossing a slackline, which is essentially tightrope walking wherever the hell you feel like it. What’s even crazier is the fact that Spencer almost fell to his death and he bounced back up like it was nothing more…

Is Video Gaming An Addiction? Vice Goes to South Korea to Find Out

By Richard K. Noots Apparently, there are more people playing League of Legends than there are people in France. Whether or not that matters, the real question is: What makes video games so popular? While America has only in the past ten years really taken their video game culture to a new level, video games in certain Asian…