Videos - YouTube and Beyond


#221

Easy there man. Rules are rules.

Don’t drag in your baggage from another thread. This can be a tough balancing act, because how we interact is often related to what we know about each other.


#222

I have no idea what you are talking about! That is merely a great clip for napping.

Now hold on…I am busy working on getting my mind controlled, or sompin…


#223

This was one of the best video shorts I have ever seen.


#224

Thing is, it’s perfectly factual. It may be kinda joking, but the basics are solid.


#225

Oh, sure, I just meant it was really well produced, had just the right sense of humor, was decently acted, and the music fit it to a t. It was really good, for something that had like zero budget.


#226

The shorter woman with the longer hair had perfect ‘crazy cult person’ eyes in it. Slight tilt forward, that was the best part (and also why she was the most prominent cult member in terms of number of scenes)


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#230

This one’s been making the rounds. No embed.


#231

Seals can kind of be dicks - not sure if it’s because they’re territorial or what, but once I was kayaking out in Elliott Bay with my wife and one kept bumping me from below, I swear it was trying to knock me out of my kayak.


#232

An American friend introduced me to 2000 song “Frontier Therapist” this week. The video is awesomely loopy.

And now it’s stuck in my head. So I thought I’d share. :)


#233

I could probably do just about as well.


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Every time its posted, I watch it. I think I am at least 100 of the total views.


#236

My theme song. :)


#237

I’m not sure how I missed this, but the Nürburgring record was shattered back in June with a Porsche 919 Hybrid Evo.

5:19.54

To put that in perspective, the previous record was 6:11.13 set in 1983 in a 956 during competition.


#238

I assume this is the proper thread for this. LCD Soundsystem just released a new video for their album that came out last year. Directed by Rian Johnson, starring David Strathairn and Sissy Spacek. It’s the most tragically heartbreaking little 6-minute sci-fi movie you’ll see all week.


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