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KRASH August 2017

The World's Coolest Boys' Magazine!

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speak up

KRASH,U guys/girls have the sickest mag in da universe. P.S: U rock my world! From ur number 1 fan, BJ KRASH,Your mag is the best. My fave parts are GameSta and the comps. I hope you like my picture and keep up the great work. Daniel , KRASHur mag ROCKS! I have a huge collection of mags. In class we had to do reviews and I chose ur mag. Keep printing those car posters! Henry KRASH,‘Sup? Your mag’s the best. I buy it every month. It has everything I lik e. I especially like Speak Up , WWE, and GameSta. I just can’t get enough of the whole mag! Daniel SUP KRASH favourite parts of your mag are Freak Out, WWE and the comics. From your #1 fan, Jack HI KRASHYour mag is da best…

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win the boss baby dvds!

Seven-year-old Tim Templeton suddenly finds his share of parental love plummeting when his new baby brother (Alec Baldwin) arrives — wearing a suit and toting a briefcase — and makes it clear to everyone that he’s in charge. But when Tim discovers that Boss Baby is on a secret mission, he reluctantly agrees to team up with his pint-sized sibling for an epic adventure that might just change the world! From the director of the hugely successful Madagascar franchise, Tom McGrath, comes a hilarious adventure comedy about family and belonging. ENTER TO WIN To celebrate the home release of The Boss Baby, we have 15 copies of the Bluray version to give away. For your chance to win simply go to page6for details on how to either post or email your entry. Good…

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drive through tree topples

A giant tree in California that is famous for a tunnel carved into its trunk where cars could pass through has been destroyed. Known as the ‘drive-through tree’, the sequoia tree became a tourist attraction standing over 30 metres tall with a diameter of almost seven metres wide. Located at the Calaveras Big Trees State Park in northwest California, the height of the giant tree species along with its shallow root system caused the 2000-year-old tree to toppled over following a huge storm. Sumner Crawford of Charleston, South Carolina, recalled visiting the tree in the 1990’s and said, “It was so different and so odd... I feel like it’s part of my personal history. So it’s a bummer to see it go.” The sequoia is a member of the world’s…

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retirement home for birds

A Queensland man with a lifelong love for birds has created a retirement home for feathered friends whose owners have passed on or moved into aged care facilities. Ken Banks, lives in Carwarral near Rockhampton, and is the President of the Rockhampton Finch and Parrot Social Club where he educates bird owners on how to care for their pets. However, Banks prides himself on taking care of birds whose families are unable to care for them including a 91-year-old, one-eyed cockatoo named Popeye and a flock of 400 canaries. Large native parrots are believed to live up to 70-years-old, whereas Rosella parrots can live up to 12-years-old, meaning there is the chance such birds would outlive their owners. Mr Banks declared he isn’t exactly sure how many birds he currently…

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massive marathon

A father and son duo from the Northern Territory have recently returned home after enduring sub-zero temperatures, drifting ice and potential polar bear attacks whilst competing in the North Pole Marathon. Tim and Ronan Buckley both completed the 42 kilometre distance with Mr Buckley explaining, “I knew conditions were going to be pretty tough, but I could not believe how tough it actually was.” Competitors raced across drifting ice meaning that runners could drift more than one kilometre across the ocean. Tim Buckley, aged 66, finished the course in eight hours, 12 minutes and 54 seconds and his 25-year-old son, Ronan, completed the marathon in 6 hours, 40 minutes and seven seconds. According to Mr Buckley, the duo ran overnight where temperatures reached minus 40 degrees Celsius. A further risk…