While some of us spent the weekend tossing urine and testing familial bonds, death-defying stuntman Jeb Corliss was busy sailing through the narrow opening in the side of China's Tianmen Mountain at a rate of 75 miles per hour. In a wingsuit! After jumping out of a helicopter and falling several thousand feet toward Planet Earth. Besides a potentially fatal plummet, Corliss also risked smacking into the mountainside and turning into a liquid substance. Those awful things didn't happen, and when Corliss was done flying he thanked China for the "amazing" time.