Hey, Weird Al, How'd You Do That?

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All these years we've been listening to his crazy cover songs, and only now are we discovering that Weird Al Yankovic is actually a wizard.

Here he is performing a floating orb trick, which – once you see how it's done – is not really as magical as it seems.

Aerobatics of the Day: Watch Jetpack Man Fly with Plane Over Dubai

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Yves Rossy, aka "Jetman," has been flying around in his jetpack for years, soaring over the Grand Canyon, the English Channel and the Alps among other landmarks.

Rossy became the first man in history to fly with a jet-propelled wing in 2006.

Here he is in his latest video doing a formation flight with Aerobatics Champion Veres Zoltán in Dubai.

Rossy teases some news in the caption saying "the best is yet to come," and at the end of the clip we see… a second jetpack person! Duh… duh… duhhhhhh….

Extreme Sports of the Day: Watch This Guy Ski Through a Tiny Crevice

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Mind the gap.

Professional skier Cody Townsend won "Line of the Year" at the 2014 Powder Awards with this death defying attempt in Alaska, which he describes as "the scariest thing I've ever done."

The clip is featured in the new ski film from Red Bull and MSP Films, "Days of My Youth."

Filmed over two years using state of the art techniques and technologies, this movie offers a unique glimpse into the journey of self-discovery that every skier experiences.

Daredevil of the Day: Man Performs Yoga Moves on Motorbike

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If you thought hot yoga was intense, you probably aren't ready for this.

Forty-year-old Gugulotu Lachiram is being called a "hero" in India for his death defying meditation techniques, which he performs on his motorbike at speeds up to 60 km/h with no helmet.

He says he gets scared, but so far he hasn't had any accidents - even though he's just one mistake away from turning downward facing dog into downward facing disfigurement.

Tribute of the Day: Man Reveals He is Spider-Man in Obituary

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Aaron Purmort discovered he had a terminal brain tumor soon after he met his wife, Nora McInerny. Since the diagnosis, they have been sharing details of their struggle with the world through their blog myhusbandstumor.com.

And before he died, the couple decided to co-write his humorous and touching obituary, which was published over the weekend in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Purmort, Aaron Joseph age 35, died peacefully at home on November 25 after complications from a radioactive spider bite that led to years of crime-fighting and a years long battle with a nefarious criminal named Cancer, who has plagued our society for far too long.

"I've never laughed and cried more in one sitting, but I'm so glad we got to do this," Nora wrote on the blog.

The end of the obit also states that he is survived by his "first wife Gwen Stefani," which Nora tweeted about following his death.

The family set up a crowdfunding page to raise money for medical costs and to help support his wife and child.

Win of the Day: Canadian Hockey Fans Finish ‘Star Spangled Banner’ After Microphone Fails

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The mostly Canadian crowd came to the rescue of singer Michelle Madeira, who was struggling with "The Star Spangled Banner" Tuesday night when her microphone started cutting out.

She was performing both the U.S. and Canadian anthems prior to the Nashville Predators vs. Toronto Maple Leafs game at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Unfortunately, for Canada, the Maple Leafs lost 9-2.

Thrill Ride of the Day: World’s Tallest Roller Coaster Will Be a Tower of Terror

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The design for a new, 570-foot tall roller coaster called Skyscraper has been unveiled this week in Orlando, which, when complete, will be the tallest in the world.

The animated video shows the cars twisting around and making their way up a massive white tower before plummeting back down to earth at speeds up to 65mph.

And there's no "down time," says US Thrill Rides president Michael Kitchen, the company behind the project.

Construction will begin in 2015, and the ride is expected to open in 2017 as part of a new $200 million Skyplex entertainment complex.

The tallest roller coaster at present is Kingda Ka (456-feet tall) at Six Flags in New Jersey.

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