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Longest Distance From Which To Blow Over A Pen
Rockford, Illinois, United States / August 31, 2011
Joseph Hughes blew a pen over from 281 inches away.
Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get $500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and sheer will.
General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.
- pen must be standing upright
- must attempt record indoors in a room without breeze
- only one person may blow at the pen
- pen must topple as a result of air from mouth being blown at it
Tags: pen, Stride, blowing, breath, furthest
DevinEhrich on 10/11/2011514
ZachNeal on 10/11/2011492
JoeKennedy on 10/11/2011480
JosephHughes on 9/24/2011360
DustinSulek on 9/21/2011281
JosephHughes on 8/31/2011219
JoeKennedy on 8/29/2011204
JosephHughes on 8/28/2011144
PerryHaberman on 8/18/2011102
JakeCounterman on 7/16/201185
AimeePryor on 7/14/201190
BenJenkins on 7/11/201160
EmmaLong on 7/5/201160
DavidDargay on 7/4/201178
VincentBelluccia on 7/3/201136
Stride on 6/26/2011
Agree with Dan. Peter, you nailed it!
I can't wait until we enable the ability to "like" comments so I can "like" what Peter wrote. Everyone We stand by our decision.
1... its an old crappy rubber gym floor, thats why the pen was set on a caution wet floor sign... and if you guys knew anything, a folded caution wet floor sign is completely flat. So dont try and say it is on a slop. If it was on a slope it never would have stood up. 2.. Im the one with the basketball and I never dribble anywhere near the pen. plus, I would love to see anyone try to knock down a pen by dribbling a ball 10 feet away.
I'm not one to point fingers because I was beaten, but why DOES Devin have his pen on a sign slanted like that? Mine, and everyone elses pens stood up just fine.
Dan and Peter both provide excellent points. However, I still maintain that several other records that seemed too unrealistic to be true have been denied due to insufficient evidence. In a few cases, further evidence was provided and the records were consequently accepted. In this case, there are several factors that could have played a part, plus we can barely even see the pen. I therefor concur that further evidence of this record attempt should be requested. Zach Neal's attempt looks much more realistic than this one, albeit the fact that he never shows behind the pen. Benjamin Gross also has an attempt pending which I am interested in seeing. Maybe his attempt will provide us with some clarity
Also, on Zach Neal's attempt, he shows ALMOST everywhere in the room but not quite everywhere. He never shows behind the pen, where someone could have been standing to blow it down from above
I understand this category is difficult to get on camera because of all of the variables for potential cheating - but the spirit of RecordSetter has always been about trust, providing evidence without reason to cheat or manipulate results. With money involved, people get more protective of their own attempts. The evidence provided for each attempt raise concern/doubt BUT all in equal amounts and each person defending their own attempt as legit and pointing out issues with everyone else. Here are my observations which would potentially deny each attempt as Dan has said, which is completely against the spirit of the site, as we're not attacking character or persons.
Devin Ehrich: the pen is precariously placed on a sloping surface (why?) with two guys down at the end of the pen, having just bounced a basketball. If the pen was on a flat surface and the guys weren't there, and the open space was used better it would be pretty clear it's legit.
Zach Neal: looked pretty good, but the pen was already leaning when it started and fell the way it was leaning, but otherwise looks like a fairly decent attempt.
Joesph Hughes: furthest attempt had two camera angles, each not really showing evidence definitively, "spectators" or vents in the space may have played a role and considering it well over doubled Joseph's previous attempt with a handful of blows didn't even wiggle the pen - and his last attempt the camera guy sat near the pen and the pen fell away from the person sitting. To then double the previous attempt seemingly easier raises questions.
Dustin Sulek: A good attempt and again no reason to suspect malicious behavior.
In all, there's something to pick at each, but staying within the spirit of RecordSetter, the records stand unless there's collective moderation/decision/discussion from users who can come up with a concise and collective argument one way or another to possibly overthrow the RecordSetter moderators. The site is also about the community moderation process, and has never been about money and cheating. Without attacking or judging a person, feel free to openly discuss attempts with other observers so ideas can be tabled with the RecordSetter crew to consider.
What ever happened to faith in humanity...
Look, all you guys from Clinton, Iowa, just submit a second video (if you took one) and we won't have to argue anymore. It's that simple
Everyone First of all, the spirit of this dialogue is extremely disappointing. We are trying to create a new landscape for all types of human competition. We're looking to raise the bar of awesomeness for mankind. The accusations here are pathetic. If people are cheating, that's even worse.
This category is a slippery slope. If we were to deny Devin's submission, we'd be forced to deny every attempt in the category. For this reason, we will begrudgingly accept it. There is no clear evidence of cheating.
Recordsetter, please look into this attempt. Unless they submitted a second video, there is definitely insufficient evidence here
again we don't cheat like others...get over it neil
Without a second camera angle from behind the pen, there is no proof that no one was sitting underneath that purple mat that was to the right of the pen. Someone could EASILY have been sitting there blowing on it. I would like to see another video. After all, we submitted 2 videos for our attempt.
we have our proof on this video.. maybe we got lucky and it fell. but if recordsetter wants us to do it again from a different angle.. and allows it we will do it. otherwise this video is all we have
Hey Tim, yes you did cheat.
how does the pen fall towards the person blowing on it that doesn't make any sense..........
Recordsetter, please look into multiple of Neil's attempts. There has been clear cheating which should result in a disqualification
Mr. 3 Inch nose hair.... you complain on every single record that is uploaded
if someone were to be to the side...the pen would not blow over straight backward like it clearly does
when the other guys did it from behin the pen who knows if someone comes and stands over the camera man with a fan or something. Once again, only you think of cheating. 3 inch nose hairs dont exist, but you found one?
yea ur right...marathon runners can blow a pen down from super far away...what a record devin!!!
It is a very difficult category to adjudicate and so evidence is critical. I'd almost suggest putting a fine powder like flour around the pen so you can see where the wind is coming from. You'd almost even need witness accounts but then it gets complicated.
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Ill take your word on it. Dont have time
Please do. Find a marathon runner and I guarantee you that they can get at least 30ft
okay.. I know about 50 college athletes so I'd love to see someone try this in person
Dustin we took this video from 2 different cameras in order to prove the legitimacy of our attempt. I gave both videos to Recordsetter, they can easily post a link to the 2nd video so you may watch our attempt. Joe and I are both star track athletes and have terrific lung capacities. Please stop doubting our record attempts, your mistrust is very ugly and unwanted
this is funny. watch the 360 inch video. The pen sweeps right off the floor. If anything, from any distance of 15 feet or more the pen would wiggle (maybe) and barely tip over. Think you guys need to look into this record
The same people that found a 3 inch nose hair are involved in this one??? I work in an office with 15 people. Just had everyone attempt to blow over a pen from 8 feet. Yes, 8 feet. And no one got a wiggle out of the "lightest" pen we could find. Now your telling me someone blows over a pen 5x the distance we couldn't. How bout a little hoensty people
lol... I find it funny how Neil is involved in all these shady attempts.. Really? someone blows over a pen from 40 feet? For all we know they have a fan hooked up back there. or one of the people at the end watching is blowing.
Illinois boys rule!
Jesstin, why does this attempt seem off to you?
I am disappointed that you are questioning our integrity. We took 2 videos of this attempt and submitted both to Stride simply so we could prove to everyone that we broke this record legitimately.
Are you saying our video should be denied?
it should have been denied but o well
The slight audio misalignment feels like an Internet video quality thing. The ambient room tone remains consistent throughout. We feel good about the decision we made to approve this submission.
I do agree with Neil about the blowing part.
I find it strange that the sounds of him blowing don't match up with when he actually looks like he starts and stops blowing. Oh well, guess we have to find a bigger room to break this one, the biggest stretch in my house was only 281 inches!
Feels like a clean attempt from our moderation team's perspective. Please keep the input and questioning coming, though.
If you can see, he is blowing from an angle and not from straight behind the pen, which is why the dust bunny moves and the pen falls crooked. Look at how the tape measure curves and you will understand what I'm saying
As you can clearly see at 1:22 there is a dust bunny or paper moving to the left. It's funny how it doesn't blow away from the person who's blowing but it moves to the left like there's someone helping him.
Seems like this should be done without someone sitting behind the pen
Wes - the pen clearly hits the red part of the measuring tape as it falls down. If you look at 0:26, the red part is definitely behind the pen.
Somehow the pen was blown over toward the person supposedly blowing from 17 feet away. Suspect.
You can blow until it falls as long as the entire thing is clearly documented on video.
does it have to be in one blow or can i set it up and blow until it falls
Awesome feat, awesome documentation. Great work, Ben.
Nice work Ben, bravo.
It's very difficult to validate by video evidence when there are so many variables - I'm not saying this is what has happened but are all valid work arounds to consider: the tape could have been budged slightly to knock the book the pen was standing on. The floor might have been bumped to dislodge the pen. The pen could be teetering on a bare edge to stand upright that it eventually falls regardless of being blown or not. A draft could be coming from any wall/roof/stairwell to contribute assistance. I think this looks pretty legit but future attempts as it gets to the finer end towards the end of the challenge will need to be as precise as possible with as much evidence as they can, and make sure it's done in a relatively open space, inside and by removing any variable which could cause confusion or doubt. Great effort Vincent, good job. Look forward to seeing how far this can go!
thats hard to beat
Schuyler Van Horn
Great Job Vincent! This is a perfect submission - thanks for making sure to show the tape measure.
Nice job Vincent.
i did it and i submitted my video
i did it and i submitted my video
I did it again !
Hey Sam, we sent you an email earlier, need to get a video showing your achievement. Thanks, Rob
I DID !
Joseph, shoot it on video and submit!