Boise man breaks his 24th world record for S.T.E.M education

BOISE, Idaho - A Boise man has broken a world record, his 24th. M.I.T graduate David Rush balanced an 11-pound chainsaw on his forehead for five minutes and one second on Thursday, a new world record. David also holds the record for many other talents including longest time for balancing a bike on his chin, and worlds slowest juggling. David says he does it all to promote S.T.E.M education and to prove that anyone can do anything if they believe in themselves and work hard.

"Believing you can get better at something actually helps you get better at that something especially if you work hard at it," said David Rush.

Next week David is headed to Baltimore to attempt to break the world record of fastest five ball juggling.  

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