Awesome. Is there a place where I can download this?Originally Posted by Woolen Horde
See post #812. You only had to look at the previous page.Originally Posted by Jaysun
Can never have too much dick in a box.
It's great that NBC uploaded that. One small sign that traditional media is figuring it out. I hope.
Twice on the same page isn't even enough.Originally Posted by JMR
hey, i did a search, but the urls are different and i didnt get a match. give a guy a break!
Dude, I was being serious. In fact, I almost linked it again myself to prove how serious I am. I've shown that video to three people in the last hour and a half, and I'm already feeling like I need to see it again.Originally Posted by Roger Wong
The scorpion kick was a while ago and, as pointed out in the comments, the whistle had already gone. Still though, incredible show of talent. He would have looked a right wanker if he'd missed though!Originally Posted by Cosmic Hippo
Good grief, that is brutal.. it also seems hopeful to think that cheap video techniques (e.g. cell phone cameras) can help change the world for the better.Originally Posted by Roger Wong
That was the worst. I feel like hitting something.
Well, just to counter-act that video:
A friend of mine keeps a blog of/for his family about his two kids. Apparently his 3-year-old daughter has recently discovered humor. Specifically, that she can describe an object by something other than it's given name. Here is her trying to tell a joke. She is trying to say that the object in her hand is a blanket, which is apparently devestatingly hilarious to a 3-year-old.
The video is awesome cute and funny.
It sounds like she is crying as much as laughing, perhaps she is distraught over the unreliability of communication and the isolation this realisation implies.
[VULCAN] Humor. It is not logical. [/VULCAN]Originally Posted by Johan O
Thanks for brightening my morning!Originally Posted by JD
Leo Kottke playing Jack Fig, '88
What's cool about this is that it zooms in on his hands while he's playing. I wish the sound quality was better, though. Leo Kottke is probably my all-time favorite guitarist. What makes this more impressive is that this is him not long after his bout with tendonitis. He altered his picking style to put less stress on his tendons and just kept on performing. I saw him live last year, and he sounds just as good today as he did in the 70's.
Great Steve Ballmer "Developers, developers..." techno remix.
(Sorry it's on the Ziff gamevideos site and yeah I know the commercial first is lame, plus you can skip past it. But the video is funny.)