Kevin C. balanced 51 American quarters on his elbow and caught them with the same hand.
Jerry Paffendorf destroys $72 American dollars with the express purpose
of reselling it for more, a new world record. He began shredding the
bills with a blender, but ultimately resorted to ripping the bills by
hand. Paffendorf now plans to sell the creation as an artwork on eBay,
with a starting price of $73.
Paffendorf performed the feat on February 17, 2009 at a World Record
Appreciation Society event at the Hemlock Tavern in San
Francisco, California. Dan Rollman and Debbie Hampton were present as
Tom Paquin balanced 46 American pennies on his elbow and caught them with the same hand.
Mortimer Blackwell placed $20.01 US on an electronic chessboard.
John Sabanovich held four $2 bills in his hand while dribbling a money
print baksetball and wearing money print shoes.
Matthew stacked 85 American dimes in a single tower.
Attendees of the Inventgenuity Festival created a money chain made
up of $436.32. The money was then donated to the International Rescue
The record was set on February 21, 2010 at the 2nd Annual Brooklyn
World Record Day, an event hosted by RecordSetter in conjunction
with Beam Camp as part of their Inventgenuity Festival.
Ryuusei K. spun an American quarter for 20.86 seconds.
Bryan Vitale placed an American quarter on the tip of a bent metal
coat hanger and spun it for two minutes, 56.20 seconds.
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Brian Pankey completed 28 coin rolls with an American quarter in one minute.
Kip B. balanced an American banknote on his nose for 46.65 seconds.
Jake Bronstein made 10 “Boner Bills” and put them into circulation in
38.80 seconds. To make each Boner Bill, he wrote a “B” at the front of
the word “ONE” on a dollar bill and an “R” at the end it.
Bronstein set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society
event held at Littlefield in Brooklyn, New York. Dan Rollman and
Corey Henderson were present as witnesses.
At a Kiva event celebrating International Women’s Day, 54 people
lined up and set a new world record for the Longest Charity Waterfall.
Record participants included Kiva CEO Matt Flannery, president Premal
Shah and Director of Development Bennett Grassano, who conceived the
Attendees lined up and donated at least $1 to a pile of money that was
passed along the line in a waterfall manner, raising $175 in less than a
minute. The money was instantly processed as a Kiva microfinancing loan.
Tai Star balanced 15 American quarters on his index finger for 10 minutes, 10.12 seconds.
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