The Nail Man

Everybody was given talent, of one kind or another. Here's a guy who's talent is pounding nails into a board.




50 comments:

  1. Wow that's some real talent, patience, and vision right there. Good job.

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  2. Whow!.. Thats really incredible.. Where can it been seen?

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  3. Wow I would love to know who this artist is. I would love to use him as an example for a lesson plan I am writing.

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  4. y is it sick? thats awesome!

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  5. His name is Saimir Strati and he is ALBANIAN and i proud about that because i'm Albanian too.
    He won 4 guinness world record.
    You can check more about this artist by clicking he link below :

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saimir_Strati

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  6. thats sicker than sick yo!!

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  7. sick as in cool duh.

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  8. So he's albanian, and you're albanian, so you feel pride?

    That's like me saying he's male between the ages of 20 and 50, and I'm male between the ages of 20 and 50, so I feel pride.

    His accomplishments say nothing about your own ability or even your potential. Stand up for your own accomplishments.

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  9. Why can't someone be proud of someone else's accomplishments?

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  10. But can he build a house?

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  11. This could be either, the best use for that many nails, or just a waste of talent. That said though... I LOVE IT!!!

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  12. Sunny, what about sports, aren't you proud when the team you support wins, even if it says nothing about your own athletic abilities?

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  13. im lookin fr reeeeeeeeeel magic

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  14. Wow, just when you think that somewhere out there you may find the thing that nobody else has ever done before along comes the internet.
    Thank you StumbleUpon for enlightening me to the stuff humans can do.
    Too bad there is more bad than good out there.

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  15. @ Sunny... as the poster above indicates, your comment is utterly devoid of merit. In fact, it is such a worthless comment that I'm really quite amazed that you took the time to write it. Anyone with even the slightest bit of common sense would understand that pride in one's nation or family or friends for achievements that have nothing to do with one's own abilities is a universal emotion and the fact that you fail to grasp that and deride the poster for feeling it tells us bucketloads about you and the person you are. Way to go Sunny.. now crawl back under your rock...

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  16. See now this is Art. I hate it when "artists" can splatter some paint or draw some lines on canvas and its considered genius. This takes skill. Never in a million years could I ever do this.

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  17. WOW. such great talent. i like it. no, i LOVE it.

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  18. Its amazing and I guess its a lot of painstaking work! I wonder how long it wud take!

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  19. i wonder how many times he has smashed his finger ahah

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  20. wow! Thats truly amazing. And i thought i was talented lolz :)

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  21. stumbled from Matt in Ohio

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  22. thumbs up for Saimir Strati and sunny!

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  23. frickin aaaaweeeesomeee bet he's a mad cool dude

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  24. that's talent!!

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  25. When i first saw the photo he was trying to copy, i was skeptical. But as a scrolled down, i realized-- he NAILED it!

    [wow sooo lame lol]

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  26. holy crap thats kool

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  27. great job! nice art.

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  28. stumbled by juiceboxplus420 in eugene, or 7/5/2010

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  29. this guys proifle totally looks like John Belushi... and awesome work btw.

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  30. LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMEE

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  31. a paper poster would look just as good

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  32. Wow! He really nailed that picture! Where can I get one, tacks free?
    I want his lifestyle,getting hammered and nailing something.

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  33. @Sunny and people who commented Sunny. I understand all points. I agree with Sunny because it is a bit racial to be proud just because he is albanian, many races could do this if the put enough work into it. His race has nothing to do with his talent. I would understand having pride in somebody of your race because your the race if the did something that benefits your race or has anything at all to do with you race, but this mans talent has nothing at all to do with him being Albanian. As to those who commented Sunny, yes it is good to have pride in your own but not when you aren't looking at the talent in what your own did, you're only looking at the fact that they are of your nationality.

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  34. @Alexis.Nicole & Sunny You don't seem to fully grasp the difference between nationality and race? So all americans for example who are proud of being american are just as racial, and should STFU?

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  35. I'm proud of all the American soldiers. I am American. How dare I?
    U.S frequently does quite well in the Olympics. I obviously never participate. Am I allowed to be happy and feel prideful of my country when we win a gold medal?

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  36. You could say that...
    He nailed it
    *puts on sunglasses*
    YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!

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  37. This is amazing! This is truly a talent!!!

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  38. Nailed it on the head!

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  39. really nice & unique...
    good work...

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  40. oh my gosh thats amazing!!!!! :D

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  41. Total talent. I don't know why people cannot appreciate talent. You can't do it, but you sure can criticize. If I had such a talent, I would have it nailed to my walls to show off. Be proud of having talent and be proud of others that do have talent. What would we have in this world if we did not have talented people to entertain us?

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  42. If some comes out the the "he nailed it" pun again, i swear to god ill hunt you all down and nail you to a cross!

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