"Is it true that you can leap over a chair from a standing position?" Bill Gates impresses Connie Chung. Via.
White men CAN jump!
He took a step — that's not really from a standing position...
This makes me think of Leon Battista Alberti (take note of last sentence) :Humanist philosopher, writer, Renaissance architect and artistic theorist, Leon Battista Alberti is considered by many scholars to be the quintessential Renaissance "universal man" of learning. In addition to painting, designing buildings, and writing scientific, artistic and philosophical treatises, Leon Battista Alberti wrote the first book on Italian grammar and a groundbreaking work on cryptography. He is credited with inventing the cypher wheel, and it was said that from a standing position, with his feet together, Leon Battista Alberti could jump over a man's head.
Sounds like an awesome bro
Damon Lindelof tweeted that someone should throw the Six Million Dollar man leaping sound effect under that.
Well, he did say he was going to cheat a little bit.
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