Chad James of ScrewAttack is a big damn hero. He and his father took a truckload of copies of Shaq Fu, the infamous Shaquille O'Neal fighting game, to the gun range for some target practice. The video that resulted from that glorious day is two minutes, thirty-three seconds of cathartic gun porn, and I love each and every moment of it.
I have to wonder how often Shaq himself is reminded of his many shameless cash-grabs over the years -- Shaq Fu, Kazaam, Steel, his hip hop career, etc. How would he feel to see a part of his tainted legacy literally blown apart? Would it be a cathartic moment of closure, would it re-open old wounds, or would he be too busy swimming in his diamond-crusted swimming pool to give a sh*t?
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