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2012 brings new things to discover as well as uncertainty about the future. It also brings more of that 2012 doomsday BS that has been running rampant the past few years, despite common sense and scientists actually proving that the predicted Mayan doomsday will not happen! But that still doesn't stop idiots like Discovery Channel, History Channel, Patrick Geryl and other morons from continuing to shove their doomsday shows and books down our throats!

Since the world will end in 356 days from now (we are in a leap year, so we have the 29th of February), I've decided to have my own fun with this "phenomenon". Don't worry, I'm not going to talk about how the earth will suddenly reverse its magnetic fields or anything like that. I lack the intelligence to make sense of that stuff.

The reason for this title if I'm not going to talk about 2012? A certain 80's song that critics think is probably the worst song in history.
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The Dudesons: A reason to watch MTV again!

Posted May 6th, 2010 at 08:24 PM by Mario The World Champion
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A few years ago in a galaxy like ours, there was this channel called MTV. It showed music videos a lot in its heyday, plus it had some interesting programming like Beavis and Butthead, The Real World and a little show that introduced us to Johnny Knoxville and his band of merry morons, Jackass.

In recent years, MTV dropped everything Music and started showing more useless crap, totally making it boring to watch. However, there is a slim hope for this channel. And it consists of 4 dudes from Finland who do a lot of stuff the Jackass guys do and then some.

I've heard about The Dudesons from reading some stuff about them online and they were on Spike TV, but I guess the first network for men didn't get used to their jackassery and I never got a chance to see them.

Until Now.

Thanks to Jeff Tremaine and Johnny Knoxville, The Dudesons have arrived in America after they thought that doing crazy stunts in Finland was getting too boring. They made this decision after one of them jumped off a crumbling building wearing a rope and harness that was attached to a crane.

Upon arriving in America, they met up with Gary Leffew, who appeared in many Jackass and Nitro Circus episodes, the 4 dudes from Finland began a series of games called "Follow The Leader". The guys did a bunch of stunts and whoever failed to follow the leader would get their ass branded with a "USA" hot iron.

The Dudesons leapt over large barrels that were pushed from the top of a hill, had their ears nailed to a piece of wood, slid down a railing crotch first with a piece of lumber at the end, got dragged through an obstacle course by a horse while wearing skis and tangled with a bull while wearing stilts.

I want to thank The Dudesons because they have given me a reason to watch MTV again!! That and seeing some guys do a lot of parkour maneuvers on a ship.
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    oh god I love the dudesons
    been watching them for a couple of years now
    Posted May 6th, 2010 at 08:27 PM by Mariah Carey Mariah Carey is offline
 

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