Mike Eberhart | January 27, 2005
Thought I would start a thread to post interesting videos in. Here's a pretty neat video. This girl is nuts for doing this though.

Might take a little to load, but neat.

(link)

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Mike Eberhart | January 27, 2005
Yeah I noticed that too. The funny thing is, none of the guys seem to really care about that. I thought that was pretty harsh....

Dave Stoppenhagen | January 27, 2005
This is what I deal with on a daily basis (link)

Dave Stoppenhagen | January 27, 2005
I only wish I could do that to my callers

Jackie Mason | January 27, 2005
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Mike Eberhart | January 27, 2005
That was a pretty good one Dave. Luckily I'm a level 3 tech, so I don't have to deal with customers very often. Thank goodness.

Dave Stoppenhagen | January 27, 2005
Yeah I'm tired of all the rude people that call in.

Hopefully positions with desktop will open. Better than having to explain crap on the phone.

Lori Lancaster | January 27, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | January 27, 2005
(link)

Here's a personal favorite of mine

Amy Austin | January 27, 2005
Man, this thread sucks without a working sound card! At least I could see the B-ball side shot... "nuts" is right! Too bad for her it wasn't a "nothin' but net" shot, but what if it had been a total miss?!

Dave Stoppenhagen | January 27, 2005
I love this one (link)

Dave Stoppenhagen | January 27, 2005
I can imagine. Dial up is the reason I never get on at home.

Dave Stoppenhagen | January 27, 2005
I can imagine. Dial up is the reason I never get on at home.

Scott Horowitz | January 27, 2005
I couldn't imagine life without broadband again. I think I spend 8-10 hours a day online.

Amy Austin | January 27, 2005
Yep -- faster is better... but so is sound. Have I mentioned that I hate this computer???

Scott Horowitz | January 27, 2005
buy a sound card

Amy Austin | January 27, 2005
Well, that would take away one of my excuses for getting a new computer!

Scott Horowitz | January 27, 2005
I just built myself a nice new spiffy puter. I happy now

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Anna Gregoline | January 28, 2005
Dude, that basketball girl is FREAKY. Once it dawned on me what they were going to do, I was like, no no way, and then, DAAAAAAMMMNNNN.

Yeah, she's nuts.

Amy Austin | January 28, 2005
Actually, Lori, this is the message I got from your link:

The page you're looking for no longer exists, You Magnificent Bastard. It has obviously been vaporized in a diabolical plot by arch-villian Nutty McShithead, who's trying to take over the internet with an army of evil Shit-bots! If you want to avoid being vaporized as well, you'd be well served going to our main page to watch some hilarious cartoons.

Am I in the right place???

Lori Lancaster | January 28, 2005
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Amy Austin | January 28, 2005
Sure. You're not an evil Shit-bot, though, are you?

Dave Stoppenhagen | January 28, 2005
True Lori. I do get enough of computers at work that I can't stand them when I go home. Not to mention having to fix family members computers all the time.

Lori Lancaster | January 28, 2005
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Dave Stoppenhagen | January 28, 2005
She's just plain Evil.

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Dave Stoppenhagen | January 28, 2005
Twisted (link)

Erik Bates | January 28, 2005
You beat me to it, Dave. I was going to post that one earlier. That's some messed up shit right there.

John E Gunter | January 28, 2005
Looked to me like he was knocking the kid on the bike over, just to be funny and then hit his head against the car cuz he was hanging out the door.

John

Dave Stoppenhagen | January 28, 2005
I laughed so hard my co-workers were staring at me like I had lost it.

Lori Lancaster | January 28, 2005
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John E Gunter | January 28, 2005
The way his head bobs, I'm thinking no.

Was kind of funny in a sadistic way though. Kind of like, see what you get for screwing around in a fast moving car?

John

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Dave Stoppenhagen | January 28, 2005
and trying to hit a kid on a bike.

Scott Hardie | January 28, 2005
Here's a very old one, also probably staged, but an appropriate follow-up to the last one: (link)

The basketball video from Mike is a real commercial, so I'm wondering: Does that mean that it's fake, because they had the budget to simulate that very well, or does that mean it's real, because they had the budget to hire a real acrobat troupe to do the stunt? I paused the clip on the moment when she passed through the hoop and she's definitely in the hoop, but at regular speed it looks like a trick. Oh well. There's rarely much to be gained from speculating whether clips like these are real or not. :-)

Mike Eberhart | January 28, 2005
Here's another one for you all. This is probably the worst weatherman I've ever seen....


(link)

Scott Hardie | January 29, 2005
Amazing! I think he'd rather be the kid hit in the face by a car than himself by the end of it.

Erik Bates | January 29, 2005
I was laughing so hard I cried. Thank you, Mike.

Amy Austin | January 29, 2005
I'm sure it's much funnier with sound. As it is, all I can do is think "poor bastard"...

Mike Eberhart | January 29, 2005
Yes, you definitely need sound for the full effect. It's absolutely brutal....

Amy Austin | January 29, 2005
Although Alfred Molina *is* doing pretty well these days -- who knew he used to be a weatherman???

Amy Austin | January 29, 2005
Maybe that joke isn't as funny with sound... hopefully, someone else can see the vague resemblance that I did.

Scott Hardie | January 29, 2005
The funny part is, he sounds like Alfred Molina even more than he looks like him.

Amy Austin | January 29, 2005
Hahaha... that's awesome. Thanks, Scott!

Anthony Lewis | January 30, 2005
This one is hilarious, although one or two people may not find it funny at all.

I loved it though.

(link)

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Mike Eberhart | October 7, 2005
Damn, that guy was good.... Wonder how long he practices at that..?

Those other videos were just plain weird. Funny, but weird.

Amy Austin | October 7, 2005
Heh... the first time I saw one of those foot games was at GameWorks in Guam, and I thought it looked like really cool fun -- these little kids (couldn't be more than 7-10) made it look soooo easy -- and I wanted to "try my foot" at it. HA! I couldn't keep up with just that, let alone adding the juggling act!!!

That first one... do you think those are real foreigners, or just goofy Americans pretending? That *was* weird... and sort of like some kind of bad roller rink flashback from 1980! ;-D

Lori Lancaster | October 13, 2005
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Amy Austin | October 14, 2005
OMG! I can't believe you posted that, Lori... I just found the prequel last night and wanted to post, but couldn't make it work for me -- so didn't. I read the storyline according to the website manager, though, and it sounded hilarious! Apparently, this one that you posted is actually the sequel...

(link)

Lori Lancaster | October 14, 2005
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Amy Austin | October 14, 2005
*scary*

For whom, Lori -- me or you? ;-)

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Erik Bates | February 13, 2006
I've seen that Hasselhoff video many many times, and it never gets old, and it's nice to see where the "numa numa" craze started.

Amy Austin | February 14, 2006
Ah, Lori... doing your regular keyword search for "bishounen"??? ;-DDD

I kid (well, sort of) -- I thoroughly enjoyed that little jpop-type video... and those boys are some key-ewties, esp that Arsenie! Almost makes me wish I was a teenager again. *Almost*. Love the animation, too. (Wish I knew what they were saying, though!)

I wasn't familar with "numa numa"... but then, just another indicator that I've been pretty out of touch from 1999-2004 (hmm, wonder why that is?) -- I feel so old and like I need to go dancing now! For any other curious fogies: (link) (that was worth a chuckle)

And that truly was a bizarro Hasselhoff vid (I had never seen)! He really *must* be high. ;-DDD Ah, but it doesn't matter to me... I have always loved him -- he was one of my very first crushes back in the days of "Knight Rider"... and I still think he's cute, so there!

Anyway, I really enjoy all that I've learned from the things you bring to our attention, Lori... please don't ever stop! ;-)

Scott Horowitz | February 14, 2006
This one made me laugh so hard, I cried (while at work, mind you)

(link)

Lori Lancaster | February 14, 2006
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Amy Austin | February 14, 2006
Heheh... thanks, Lori -- not that the translation makes much more sense! ;-D

Damn it, I hate when I can't see something! I couldn't open your link, Scott... don't know why.

Lori Lancaster | February 14, 2006
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Amy Austin | February 15, 2006
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...

I was sent that same maze recently! Prefaced by the following:

DO YOU HAVE THE HANDS OF A BRAIN SURGEON OR DO YOU WRITE WITH CRAYONS? I TRIED THIS 5 TIMES AND COULDN'T GET PAST LEVEL 3. I CHEATED AND USED BOTH HANDS ON LEVEL 3. I JUST COULD NOT MAKE IT TO LEVEL 4. I DON'T THINK IT'S POSSIBLE ! TRY IT. IF ANYBODY MAKES IT TO 4 LET ME KNOW. I WANT YOU TO DO MY NEXT OPERATION IF I NEED ONE !

Being that E is a medical person, I promptly send it to him, telling him proudly, "*I* have the hands of a surgeon! You should send this out to ALL the doctors there, babe! Let me know how you do... ;-)"

He wrote back saying that he could not get the link to work (link) -- so I lay in wait for *days* to hear any more about it. Finally, in the middle of an e-mail conversation that we were lucky enough to have, he sends me this:

You’re a bitch!! This scared the shit out of me! Yes, it finally worked!!

I was tearing up, too. Told him that I sent it to his mom & step-dad, and her response was hilariously nonchalant -- said, "Okay, then, you can do my next surgery!" So I immediately called her to find out if she *really* attempted it. She said yes. So, I asked her, "Well, how far did you get?" And she says, "Oh, I *got* it." (my maniacal laughter here) Said that it was a "double whammy" because she jumped back/stifled a scream and her husband (who just had knee surgery, btw) was jolted, too. Heheh. Ed asked if I was trying to kill his parents, but I told him that I figured their hearts were strong.

So, then I asked him, "Did you forward it to anybody there?" His responses: Yes, to about a hundred people… I must share my pain with everyone!!!!! BWAHAAHAAHAA!!
(and) So far I made one guy shit himself with this one.

Finally, in my desire to mentally capture the full effect that I sadly could not bear full personal witness to, I asked, "Did you have it on the screen full size? HAHAHAHAHA..."

Yes, and the sound was up too. (more tears and laughter on my end... oh, how I wish I could have been there...)

I highly recommend sending it to anyone you can watch perform it -- I only wish I had saved it for his homecoming. (But then I wouldn't have had the pleasure of knowing that a bunch of Navy docs in Iraq are currently shitting themselves... ;-DDD)

(BTW, this kid looks a helluva lot like my neighbors' kid -- I bet he'd crap himself, too!!!)

Amy Austin | February 15, 2006
(wiping tears)

I am *evil* -- I just can't stop watching and laughing! I sent it to E to make him feel better, too. ;-)

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Amy Austin | February 15, 2006
Heheh... having ridden the train in Japan, as well as the MRT in Singapore... I don't find it all that unbelievable -- I hope he's getting off at the next stop, though! You definitely gotta' be quick to get where you need to be!!!

Anyone else think that those two girls knew some English already?

"Bad day"?!?! That was just plain messed up... poor woman. What He needed to do was throw out the original and let it kick little club-boy's ass!

Scott Hardie | March 8, 2006
Not one, but two blogs I read today mentioned this clip, but I credit Steve Dunn with finding it first. It's really something if you're a fan. (link)

Erik Bates | March 8, 2006
(link)

I just love Natalie Portman

Lori Lancaster | March 8, 2006
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Aaron Shurtleff | March 8, 2006
I KNEW IT!! :D That was a GREAT one!

John E Gunter | March 8, 2006
That is really funny Lori!

John

Erik Bates | March 8, 2006
Here you go, Lori (avi file): (link)

Lori Lancaster | March 9, 2006
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Erik Bates | March 9, 2006
Indeed, it is. But I love it.

And it provides fun screenshots. (link)

Lori Lancaster | March 17, 2006
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Jackie Mason | March 18, 2006
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Michael Paul Cote | March 21, 2006
For those who like jugglers, this is pretty cool!
(link)

Lori Lancaster | March 21, 2006
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Michael Paul Cote | March 22, 2006
Lori,
Try (link) Thats all I could find, or I could fwd the email that I got if you'd like.
Or maybe this (link)

Lori Lancaster | March 22, 2006
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Amy Austin | May 24, 2006
Lori, you frequent some bizarre places on the web... ;-p

Scott Hardie | June 9, 2006
Drunk ballet: (link)

Another movie trailer smashup: (link)

If you're looking forward to next summer's Transformers movie: (link)

Game 6 of the 1986 World Series recreated using RBI Baseball for the NES: (link)

Really exciting news if you're a fan of the Smash Bros. games: (link)

Creepy, weird, and fun: (link)

Yes, I have been saving these up.

Erik Bates | June 9, 2006
Haha!

"What happened here was a miracle, and I want you to fucking acknowledge it!"

Lori Lancaster | June 9, 2006
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Scott Horowitz | July 3, 2006
If you like transformers, Lori, check this out

(link)

-Scott

Lori Lancaster | July 3, 2006
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Scott Horowitz | July 3, 2006
I found it on youtube also Lori

(link)

-Scott

Lori Lancaster | July 4, 2006
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Scott Hardie | August 1, 2006
For Star Wars fans: Darth DJ and Chad Vader.

Scott Hardie | August 7, 2006
Maybe it's time we retired this discussion? It keeps coming back from the dead.

Anyway, sauna hijinks.

Amy Austin | August 7, 2006
Further proof that the Japanese are even more sadistic than we are... ;-D

Lori Lancaster | August 7, 2006
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Amy Austin | August 24, 2006
Haha... that is cool.

Jackie Mason | August 24, 2006
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Tony Peters | August 25, 2006
I like the GTA coke ad. The Japan thing is scary I've been in more than one ski slope side onsen (sauna/hot tub) and I could see that happening to the silly gaijin(me). That is definitly an acuratl representation of the japanese sense of humor.

Tony Peters | August 27, 2006
this is just weird
Armor of God

Scott Hardie | August 27, 2006
I wonder if those would have kept JonBenét safe. (boo! hiss!)

Lori Lancaster | August 27, 2006
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Amy Austin | August 29, 2006
HAHAHAHAHA... what is this, bar/clubwear for chicks without conversation skills? "Oh, wait -- don't go... here (hands two guys game controllers), try this... So, like I was saying, this one time, in band camp..." (meanwhile, inside guys' heads: oooh, look at the pretty lights...)

Just goes to illustrate the relationship between guys and controls... which one is doing the "controlling", hmmm?? ;-P

Scott Hardie | August 30, 2006
Miscellaneous thoughts while watching the clip:
1) Is this an excuse to stare at a woman's chest?
2) Is this an excuse to show off one's amateur electronic-engineering aptitude?
3) Is this #1 masquerading as #2, or #2 masquerading as #1?
4) How long until there's a plasma TV mounted on the dress so one can play Mario Brothers?

Scott Hardie | August 30, 2006
Hmm... I may have misinterpreted. I thought the man wired it up for his girlfriend with the help of the kit sold online. I guess instead it's a kit bought by women to wear?

Lori Lancaster | August 30, 2006
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Michael Paul Cote | September 19, 2006
Make sure your sound is up for this! But not too loud if you're at work.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gkmj5aiLM5g

Amy Austin | September 26, 2006
HA! Seen it -- that's a good one. But this is better:

goose bumps!

(Scott, PLEASE bring back automatic linking... I hate formatting it, and I DETEST cutting and pasting Michael's lazy links, too! ;-p)

Lori Lancaster | September 26, 2006
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Amy Austin | September 26, 2006
heheh...

Did you watch the video, Lori?

Lori Lancaster | September 26, 2006
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Michael Paul Cote | September 26, 2006
Sorry, I don't mean to be lazy, I just am unsure of how to link. Please enlighten me!:)

John E Gunter | September 26, 2006
What you want to type is...

<a href=url target=_blank>Link Name</a>

That will give you a link on the page.

Amy Austin | September 26, 2006
Hehe... sorry, Michael -- just figured you knew how, but didn't feel like it (which I also understand)...

Lori -- did you look at *my* video, too? >;-)

Scott Hardie | September 27, 2006
Mike, you can also click on the "STYLE GUIDE" link just above the reply form.

I didn't think anybody liked the auto-links from the old site, since some people asked me to remove them. Now I'll have to figure out how to combine them with the new system.

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Amy Austin | October 15, 2006
So Osama is actually living somewhere in the 'burbs after all, huh. That, or those Afghani tribespeople live better than I thought. (Funny clip!)

Amy Austin | October 31, 2006
Not sure which is funnier...

pitiful

cubicle
cubicle (same, but with karaoke-style lyric text)

In case you're wondering why I'm posting these...

You know how radio playlists can be, right? I am always amused by the fact that I frequently hear the exact same tune on the way to and from work... and often a couple of days in a row at that!!! Well, I actually like this song a lot, and it played 2 or 3 times in the last 24-36 hours (that I actually listened -- it was probably more in reality!) -- and I just had it in my head and Googled it for kicks. Came across the Weird Al parody and then "My Cubicle" (which should be like an anthem for "Office Space"!) -- so funny, I just had to share...

Here's the scoop on Weird Al's version and why you'll only hear it online or at one of his concerts:
(record label politics )
lame & pitiful

And yeah, it's 4 months behind the times -- so maybe you've already seen/heard it all... but I still think it's worth a repeat!

Edit: Okay... here's one clip favoring the "children as entertainment" defense for procreation -- too cute, they are... ;-D
adorable

Lori Lancaster | October 31, 2006
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Tony Peters | October 31, 2006
Amy part of the reason I haven't listened to radio in over 6 years is for just that reason...theres also the whole half the stations are owned by the same company and play the same music...at least here in RI we have WBRU which on and off tries to be original but I can only get it for about half my commute before I get a bad country pop station out of long island instead.
I only had to work in a cubicale for a year and it started my 1:18 toy motorcycle collection (I know have over 100 of them) sitting in a cube all day makes one a bit crazy.

Scott Hardie | November 16, 2006
I think Tony said it: Most terrestrial stations today are owned by ClearChannel, a company with an extremely narrow catalog of music at any given time, so you keep hearing the same songs. Satellite radio is better but I still never listen to it in my car (stupid $190 "standard" option). Of course, I'm assuming you're listening to terrestrial radio here.

I don't have long drives - my work commute is the length of one song - but I drive around the city enough that the car has been a good place for me to break in CDs lately. I'm currently enjoying the hell out of the debut album by Audioslave, something I put off buying for years despite friend recommendations. Gold Medal by the Donnas didn't fare so well: Not only do their grammar-school-level lyrics play worse with every album, but the same ten-second loop got stuck in my head for a week and I had to banish the CD back to the shelf from whence it came. (I've had it for two years but I could never listen to it until now, thanks to the damn copy-protection that prevents it from playing in any of the other CD players I have.) Denise doesn't care much for jazz so it doesn't get much play, but I keep a Terence Blanchard CD in the car and it's a pleasure to put it on sometimes.

Tony Peters | November 21, 2006
This was in heavy rotation at work today...yeah I know we waste a bunch of time when our workload is low...but the song is catchy and the animation is funny

Amy Austin | November 22, 2006
That's awesome... I've always liked that song -- only a couple of improvements I would make on the animation: primarily, that Che "Bovara" look the part. ;-)

Lori Lancaster | November 27, 2006
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Tony Peters | November 28, 2006
An Italian American teddy bear ... definatly NWS...oh yes and
Jersey people are gas pump retarded from that this says

Amy Austin | November 30, 2006
This cracked me up... after all, I find that guy freaky as hell in the regular commercials! tasty

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Amy Austin | December 11, 2006
Heh... pretty funny tie-in to "The Ultimate Discussion" here -- Lori, have you seen that the opening of your bizarro video post from October 6 2005, 4:26pm EST is currently featured in a Mountain Dew commercial?!?! (And wow, it only took a little over a year -- my, how time does fly... I remembered it easily!)

More that makes me think of Lori: stumbled across another music vid from that quintessential childhood fave of mine, David "Don't Hassel the Hoff" -- another guy with a really terrific sense of humor!

Another idiotic cola tie-in that I just stumbled across (honest!): ridiculous (Just don't be suckered in by the length -- it goes on blankly for over a full minute after it ends. It's over after "deleted scenes" -- which is better than the feature, in my opinion.)

Jackie Mason | December 12, 2006
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Amy Austin | December 12, 2006
Heheh... I had that thought last night, too, Jackie! ;-D

Lori Lancaster | December 12, 2006
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Amy Austin | December 13, 2006
HEEHEEHEE... yes, I felt exactly the same mortification, Lori -- the horror... the horror...

But the end of the Hoff vid makes me giggle with glee, too -- a good thing to watch when you need a lift (haha)!

Lori Lancaster | December 13, 2006
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Tony Peters | December 14, 2006
ohh the Hoff....I do wish I had had the strength to not follow that link...I do so regret my weakness.

I agree Lori the soda love affaair left me feeling violated too....

Lori Lancaster | December 22, 2006
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Erik Bates | December 22, 2006
Cool video.

...and I love Cowboy Bebop.

Jackie Mason | December 23, 2006
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Tony Peters | January 15, 2007
got this in the mail...I checked Snopes and it's pretty real

You must see this ,
it's extraordinary and real. Link is above but
please read the message before looking at the video.


There are no computer graphics or digital tricks in the film. Everything
you see really happened in real time exactly as you see it. The film took 606
takes. On the first 605 takes, something, usually very minor, didn¹t work.

They would then have to set the whole thing up again. The crew spent weeks
shooting night and day. By the time it was over, they were ready to change
professions. The film cost six million dollars and took three months to
complete including full engineering of the sequence.

In addition, it¹s two minutes long so every time Honda airs the film on
British television, they¹re shelling out enough dough to keep any one of us
in clover for a lifetime. However, it is fast becoming the most downloaded
advertisement in Internet history. Honda executives figure the ad will soon
pay for itself simply in “free viewings” (Honda isn’t paying a dime to have
you watch this commercial!). When the ad was pitched to senior executives,
they signed off on it immediately without any hesitation - including the
costs.

There are six and only six hand-made Accords in the world. To the horror of
Honda engineers, the filmmakers disassembled two of them to make the film.

Everything you see in the film (aside from the walls, floor, ramp, and
complete Honda Accord) are parts from those two cars. The voiceover is
Garrison Keillor. When the ad was shown to Honda executives, they liked it
and commented on how amazing computer graphics have gotten.


They fell off their chairs when they found out it was for real.

Oh. and about those funky windshield wipers. On the new Accords, the
windshield wipers have water sensors and are designed to start doing their
thing automatically as soon as they become wet. It looks a bit weird in the
commercial."

Lori Lancaster | January 16, 2007
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Scott Horowitz | January 20, 2007
Wow, Lori, I finally got one of your goos without having to do research. :)

Tony Peters | January 22, 2007
this is frustrating don't hit the blue!

Amy Austin | January 26, 2007
Although it's certainly not reflective of a typical day in, it does make me long a little for the "good ol' days" -- almost wish I hadn't left them behind... 'Course, looks like morale on the "Stinkin' Lincoln" has improved exponentially since I left it and these guys came onboard!

Pump It
Hey Ya

And from another division, the revisitation of another "Interesting Video... Or Whatever":
Numa Numa
(I have to confess, however, that with access to C-2 Greyhounds & E-2 Hawkeyes, it's quite disappointing not to see some Numa Numa action wingtop... like in the original -- but these guys aren't squadron/airedales, like the Sun Kings... they're radar maintenance crew. Props to the special effects, though.)

Anyone else know about the return of Gary Brolsma??? New Numa and New Numa contest

Tony Peters | January 26, 2007
a good way to scare people snooping on your computer in a public place You Tube is banned from my work computers I wish I could watch those

Steve West | January 27, 2007
Although several episodes have not aged well (some episodes are trite or campy), many stand the test of time. I parsimoniously bookmarked this site instead of purchasing a compilation DVD.
Every episode of the Twilight Zone

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Aaron Shurtleff | February 2, 2007
Lori, you are evil. That's nothing like me...although I do have an appreciation for the cute mascot which defies traditional gender roles! ;)

Tony Peters | February 3, 2007
love the etiquette movie and it is sooooo true

Adrianne Rodgers | February 4, 2007
Heh. I love The Sims. *misty-eyed*

Adrianne Rodgers | February 4, 2007
Heh. I love The Sims. *misty-eyed*

Lori Lancaster | February 7, 2007
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Erik Bates | February 7, 2007
That was pretty good.

Erik Bates | February 7, 2007
Have I posted this yet?

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Tony Peters | February 16, 2007
End of the World

Amy Austin | February 21, 2007
WTF?

(I always knew Australia was where I wanted to be... or California?)

Amy Austin | February 21, 2007
Man, Lori, that guy has all the moves -- white, black, & other!!! ;-D

Joe Ball | February 25, 2007
now that was funny!

Lori Lancaster | March 12, 2007
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Lori Lancaster | April 13, 2007
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Amy Austin | April 14, 2007
Hm. I felt a little like Derek Zoolander must have felt while Relaxing at Mugatu's "day spa".

Hey... what ever happened to Joe Ball? Did we scare him away???

Aaron Shurtleff | April 17, 2007
Lori, that's just awesome! I spent the entire day singing that song. Well, I spend the whole day singing "Metropolitan police. PIPO!", at least! ;)

Lori Lancaster | April 20, 2007
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Scott Hardie | April 23, 2007
Joe only participated in TC for the Oscars contest. It was nice to have a guest author for a few days. My fear with that policy is that someone will comment in ten discussions saying "blah" or "this sucks" or something. (This is not an invitation to any of you to comment in ten discussions saying "blah" or "this sucks.")

Lori Lancaster | April 23, 2007
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Amy Austin | April 23, 2007
Does "blech" or "yada yada yada..." count???

Lori Lancaster | April 23, 2007
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Tony Peters | April 23, 2007
yadda yadda yadda

Tony Peters | April 30, 2007
this is fun...and so satisfying when the bat thwacks ....1076m

Lori Lancaster | June 4, 2007
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Amy Austin | June 6, 2007
Excellent. Methinks that guy looks like a runaway body-double from the set of the movies -- he *is* quite good!!!

Lori... love the new pic showcasing your well-known favorite hobby -- you look so pretty... but also like a very sad princess :-( ;-)

Lori Lancaster | June 6, 2007
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Lori Lancaster | June 20, 2007
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Lori Lancaster | June 23, 2007
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Lori Lancaster | June 26, 2007
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Lori Lancaster | July 22, 2007
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Amy Austin | July 22, 2007
Heheheh... Well, at least he knows he's an addict. ;-D

Justin Woods | July 24, 2007
http://www.illwillpress.com/cell.html

I had to add this, perfect for TC enjoy!!!

Steve West | August 9, 2007
Pretty funny. Minesweeper: The Movie

Amy Austin | August 10, 2007
VERY funny... I know a lot of Sailors and fat-ass bureaucrats who are gonna' get a kick out of that one... ;-DDDDD And my grandmother...

(Okay, not really, but I couldn't resist...)

Steve West | August 11, 2007
For everyone who has been subjected to the torture of Dora videos - Maraka. Hilarious.

Erik Bates | August 12, 2007
That's one of the better things SNL has done lately.

Lori Lancaster | August 31, 2007
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Amy Austin | September 5, 2007
Ah, the sophisticated field of forensics... ;-)

Lori Lancaster | September 5, 2007
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Tony Peters | September 8, 2007
Mean Kitty

Amy Austin | September 9, 2007
Okay... don't know if anyone else here looked at the Alanis Morissette "My Humps" vid that Scott posted in his blog, but the 4th or 5th time I watched it (hey, it's a pretty catchy remake... reminds you how good Alanis really is!), I noticed *another* James Blunt "You're Beautiful" parody that I had not yet seen -- and it must be shared: She Was Beautiful... I Swear

Amy Austin | September 9, 2007
Btw, Tony... thoroughly enjoyed "Mean Kitty" and wondered if you'd seen Kitty Cat Dance -- probably so, since it seems the world has gone lolcat crazy... even the cat haters!

Kris Weberg | September 12, 2007
These hacked levels of Super Mario World send the little plumber on harrowing journeys in which he wins...despite not a single button being pressed on the controller.

I never thought a 2D game engine could be used to generate what amounts to great slapstick comedy, but here we are with 'Slef-Propelled Mario." (Links are at the linked site..

Lori Lancaster | September 26, 2007
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Amy Austin | September 27, 2007
Okay, that was pretty freaky... I looked at him -- before making the name connection -- and thought, "Wow, does that guy look and sound like George Harrison!" And then I saw his name and thought, "Boy do I feel like a dork."
Well... at least we know he wasn't the milkman's kid!

Amy Austin | September 30, 2007
Coolest concept in a music video ever!

OK Go

Lori Lancaster | September 30, 2007
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Steve West | September 30, 2007
The OK Go video's been out for a little while. Worth seeing. Here they are performing live at the 2006 MTV Video Awards. Hmmm... MTV and videos. Oxymoronic?

Amy Austin | September 30, 2007
HAHAHA... yeah, I'd say that qualifies as an oxymoron...

Yeah, I saw the date on it and figured that I was sadly behind the times but posted it anyway... just in case I wasn't the only rock-dweller here (not to be confused with "bottom-dweller"!) -- pretty entertaining stuff!

Lori Lancaster | October 3, 2007
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Lori Lancaster | October 3, 2007
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Lori Lancaster | October 3, 2007
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Lori Lancaster | October 15, 2007
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Erik Bates | October 16, 2007
Has anyone posted The Landlord?

Lori Lancaster | October 30, 2007
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Derek Kendzor | November 2, 2007
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=perW_ejP6pM

not really a funny one, but I think this guy is awesome, he has a weird blues thing going on


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