At zero two hundred on the morning of June 6th 1944, Ensign Lawrence Karnowski slipped into the dark frigid waters of the North Atlantic. His small band of men had no wetsuits. Each man carried simply a knife and about 50 pounds of explosives heading into battle. They were embarking on one of the most dangerous and important missions of World War II. Ensign Karnowski and his men were members of the Naval Combat Demolition Units (NCDU’s), the forefathers of the modern day Navy SEAL teams. While their role in the Normandy invasion remains relatively unknown, they were a small but critical piece of an epic battle that has been lionized in celluloid and popular culture.
Often called the “King of Instagram” in the media, Dan Bilzerian is as entertaining to some as he is controversial to others. A multimillionaire, trust-fund beneficiary, and poker player, who documents his lavish and often-ridiculous lifestyle to 21 million Instagram followers, Bilzerian never tires of showing off his exploits hanging out on expensive yachts, jets, and fancy cars, all filled to brim with guns, booze, and most of the time, half-naked women.