We all have weird hobbies. Some of us collect pins or stamps or maybe we like to post fake signs on the subway or do parkour. How about slashing water bottles with katana swords, axes and knives? That must rank pretty high in the bizarre-o scale.
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Let's give credit where credit is due though -- the guy is skilled. Most of the time he just needs a carefully calibrated hit to neatly slash a bottle in two. And he definitely has a knack for theatrics too.
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Watch Will slash more than 80 bottles of water in the video above. But beware, it's not suited for the faint of heart, or if you really care about water bottles.
On Aug. 13, 1964, four NASA astronauts participated in desert survival training in the dusty sands of Reno, Nev. John Young, Frank Borman, Neil Armstrong and Deke Slayton wore brightly-colored parachute fabric that made the space travelers look like some sort of intergalactic Jedi monks. Add a Wookiee to the mix and you have the premise for a Star Wars sequel starring real life space heros. Image courtesy of NASA
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