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No, Brazilian prisoners aren't given bikes and allowed to try and escape by out running dogs or guards with high power sniper rifles.
In Brazil's Santa Rita do Sapucai prison, inmates can shorten their sentences by putting in time on stationary bikes hooked up to generators.
For every 16 hours the prisoners pedal, they get a full day taken off their sentence!
That's a great idea!
It pumps energy into the grid, keeps inmates in shape, and gets them back on the streets sooner!
Well, that last part doesn't sound good but at least they're doing something useful.
Imagine if every prison adopts this technique and prisons soon become green power plants!
We'd light our bulbs with prison power!
Sleep more! This is the time that our body recovers from all the workouts we have been doing. Instead of staying up until the early hours of the morning, create a bed time routine and enjoy the benefits of a refreshed and rejuvenated mind and body.
- Fitness & Lifestyle Expert Courtney Barber
James Peterson, 34 and unemployed, attempted to set a Guinness World Record for fist-pumping.
He planned to fist pump for 17 hours straight! A great use of his time, we're sure. LOLz!
We do not recommend trying this at home unless you are a trained professional or Jersey Shore cast member.
"I did this on St. Patrick's Day but it was not documented. I used to hang light fixtures, so I am used to having my hands above my head."
How did the self-described fist pumping veteran plan on keeping his form after hours and hours of pumping?
He said he used super glue "to ensure I maintain perfect fist formation."
Wow. That's dedication.
If he actually pulls it off, he'll be the first individual with a fist-pumping record, though there are other group fist-pumping records.
Like the one the Jersey Shore cast led on New Year's Eve 2010 where they got a crowd of 5,726 people pumping with them.
[Image via Akron Beacon Journal.]
This is the PERFECT example as to why you don't post a pic like this without an explanation!
Rihanna tweeted this picture (above) of her arm receiving an IV drip of some sort. With no caption. No comment.
Which makes us worry!
Gurl, are you okay??
Apparently she was well enough to board a plane from NY to LA a few hours later, so we hope this isn't just some new celeb health fad. We totally don't think it is.
But until she tells us, there's nothing we can really do BUT worry!
Hope you're feeling better, RiRi!
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