Just when you think this dune-riding motorcycle rider is a goner…

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Bradley Slums describes himself as an “inter-dimensional freeriding BASE jumper.” After watching this video, you’ll understand why.

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Highlights from the Red Bull Rubik’s Cube World Cup

The Red Bull Rubik’s Cube World Cup was held November 17 in Moscow. Competitors squared off in four events:

3×3 Speed Cubing

– solving the Rubik’s Cube as fast as possible;

Fastest Hand

– a challenge that solves the Rubik’s Cube with only one hand;

Re-Scramble

– pits competitors trying to replicate a computer generated pattern from another cube as fast as possible and;

3×3 Female

– a track exclusively for female competitors.

What an action-packed evening at the Red Bull Rubik’s Cube World Cup Finals from the Yota Arena in Moscow 🏆
Congrats to our new World Champions Max Park, Philipp Weyer, Ricky Meiler and Juliette Sebastien https://t.co/OqnkbiKBNd#redbullrubikscube@Rubiks_Official pic.twitter.com/sRT2dBrJmz

— Red Bull Mind Gamers (@redbullmindgame) November 17, 2019

Here are highlights from the event, which was attended by Erno Rubik himself:

When your brother beats you by 0.001 sec 🌬⏱
Epic battle at our Rubiks Cube World Finals!#redbullrubikscube pic.twitter.com/0i07SBueKG

— Red Bull Mind Gamers (@redbullmindgame) November 18, 2019

Speed is the ability to take a decision in a few seconds ☝

Some highlights from our Red Bull Rubik’s Cube World Cup last weekend!#redbullrubikscube@Rubiks_Official pic.twitter.com/sVyLtljBnl

— Red Bull Mind Gamers (@redbullmindgame) November 20, 2019

Red Bull has also posted a series of instructional videos on solving Rubik’s Cubes:


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Consent in Gaming: a guide for GMs and players to difficult subjects for amazing games

Sean K Reynolds’ and Shaunna Germain’s free, short ebook Consent in Gaming (from Monte Cook Games) is a beautifully thought-through exploration of how game-masters and players can negotiate their own boundaries before, during and after playing RPGs, in a way that allows everyone to be mindful and respectful of those boundaries without sacrificing fun or intensity of game-play.

Reynolds and Germain set out a concise and thorough set of explanations for why some players might be averse to some scenarios — not just sexual ones, either — and then move on to a set of practices and principles for GMs and other players to keep those limits in mind, and to recover gracefully when there are slipups.

RPGs are intense, wonderful ways to explore your imaginative limits and to create and deepen your friendships. But that same intensity and deepness meant that they can put people in difficult and even traumatic emotional states. Consent in Gaming is a marvellous resource for keeping things fun for everyone.

Consent in Gaming [Sean K Reynolds and Shaunna Germain/Monte Cook Games]

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(via Fuck Yeah DnD)


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The Best Air Fryer Is a Convection Toaster Oven

The Best Air Fryer Is a Convection Toaster Oven

When we first tested air fryers, in 2017, most of the models we found were small, pod-shaped appliances that looked like they’d be more at home in a sci-fi movie than on a kitchen counter. They couldn’t hold much food, and they yielded mediocre results. If you really want an air fryer, we found that the Philips Avance Collection Airfryer HD9641/96 is better than most (though not great). But since air frying is really just convection baking, we think most people would be better off with a convection toaster oven, such as our top pick, the Cuisinart Chef’s Convection Toaster Oven (TOB-260N1), which does everything an air fryer can do, plus more.


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