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Brett shares a story about an Idaho man setting an unthinkable world record, balancing a running push-mower on his chin for 9 minutes and 17 seconds. David Rush, a man attempting to set the record for the most concurrent Guinness World Records held by a single man, has set yet another world record over the weekend.

While this may be unthinkable to most people, this isn’t even Rush’s first attempt at breaking the record for longest balancing act of a running push-mower on his chin. His first attempt was ruled out as he balanced a mower without a bag to catch lawn clippings, making the attempt get disqualified by the Guinness Book of World Records. His second attempt broke his previous record by 6 minutes and officially made him the world record holder.

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