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Lisa
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Cool. <grin>
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Lisa
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Make your own ferrofluid.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsQh1AT6qUE

And the sequel, where he drops a magnet into the ferrofluid. The effect is awesome.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb7pRfM2pZk

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Evolved Virtual Creatures, Evolution Simulation by Karl Sims, 1994

You can go here to download a similar program that will allow you to evolve your own creatures.

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BBC News Story on How to Report a News Story
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Japanese Fiddler on the Roof
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Demon sheep!
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Burn!
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A Brief History of Everything: The Flipbook
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quote:
Originally posted by anonymous:
The first of three songs about United Airlines breaking this artist's guitar: United Breaks Guitars

Song #2

Song #3 (just released)

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quote:
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A Brief History of Everything: The Flipbook

The Monty Python reference at the very end was the best thing ever.
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My Acapella group covering Matisyahu's "One Day"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLDl8fbJx0I

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quote:
My Acapella group covering Matisyahu's "One Day"
That was really good.
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quote:
Originally posted by Raymond Arnold:
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My Acapella group covering Matisyahu's "One Day"
That was really good.
Thanks!
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Raymond Arnold
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Law Abiding Engineer
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Master of Business Card Throwing
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Lisa
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Charlie the Unicorn
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Chinese boy sings Whitney
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quote:
Originally posted by Lisa:
Charlie the Unicorn

This has been around for years, and I still don't see why people like it so much.

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Chinese boy sings Whitney

This, however, was pretty impressive.
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Yes. He sounds better now that Whitney herself does.
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I just about died laughing the first time I saw Charlie. <shrug> The 2nd and 3rd were mostly unnecessary though.
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The leopluredon and the organ theft were funny, but the rest of it made me want to gouge my eyes out and stuff cotton into my ears to deaden the sound.

I guess I just don't have the right sense of humor.

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I think my favorite is the third Charlie. Neither the second nor the third are any more "unnecessary" than the first, (given that there was nothing strictly "necessary" about the first one at all).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaCCkfjPm0o&feature=related

(You can kinda skip the song at the end, but I think the rest is significantly funnier than the first)

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Once I was just expecting random crap to happen it sort of lost its ability to surprise me, even though I couldn't predict precisely which random thing would happen.

I feel pretty similarly about Aqua Teen Hunger Force, though it definitely has its moments.

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Pixels

I almost started a new thread just for this one. Seriously, from about 45 seconds in, I was sitting there with my mouth open and my eyes wide and I felt like a kid again.

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That was awesome, Lisa. [Big Grin]
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Trailer For Every Oscar-Winning Movie Ever
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Chinese Lady Gaga - Pokerface (王祖藍 ; Wong Cho Lam)
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Charlie the Unicorn is so awful and un-funny.
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Raymond Arnold
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Bah. (I will again note that I didn't think the first charlie was anything special, but that the second and third were pretty hilarious. If you thought the first one was dumb EXCEPT for the leopluridon((sp?) then you'll probably like the latter two much better. If you didn't even think the magical leopluridon was funny then there is no helping you).

On another note (cross posted from the Star Wars thread):

George Lucas in Love

[ April 13, 2010, 02:46 PM: Message edited by: Raymond Arnold ]

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Tea Party Anthem!
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What if Juliet (of Romeo and Juliet) had had a Sassy Gay Friend*?

*approved and recommended by my own sassy gay friend. [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by Lisa:
Pixels

I almost started a new thread just for this one. Seriously, from about 45 seconds in, I was sitting there with my mouth open and my eyes wide and I felt like a kid again.

It was removed. [Frown] What was it?
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It was an animated, pixelated homage to old video games. Very cool. Pixels
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So your car is toodling along down the road at 200mph when ya notice a turn up ahead.
Naturally ya hit the brakes to slow for the curve, and...

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quote:
Originally posted by Armoth:
Trailer For Every Oscar-Winning Movie Ever

That reminded me of this:
Title of the Song

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Which in turn reminds of:

The most generic newscast ever

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quote:
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Which in turn reminds of:

The most generic newscast ever

Loved that one
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aK2F2iBVOvo&playnext_from=TL&videos=XUGANW4r7g4

Classical cover of Lady Gaga + Beyonce's Telephone. Blew me away...

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The song has a really good progression, but it was just repetition the entire time with little variation. I like Pachelbel's Canon in D Major as much as anybody else, but I feel like telephone has decent singing, but a boring musical background.
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Great baseball play (off league)

Hobbes [Smile]

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Lin Yu Chun And William Shatner "Total Eclipse of the Heart" Duet- "Lopez Tonight"
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Lisa that was freakin' hilarious! Shatner cracks me up.
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First time I saw him do one of those was when I was in high school, I think. Back in the 70s, on some star search show.

Nope, according to Wikipedia, it was at the 1978 Saturn Awards. Here's a clip, fuzzy as it is.

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I'm impressed that the kid successfully performed without having Shatner totally distract him and throw him off. As it was, that was hilarious. I love Shatner.

In other news, George Lopez still has a show?

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Holy crap that dude's 24. I was guessing middle teens. I wonder if that's intentional.
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quote:
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I'm impressed that the kid successfully performed without having Shatner totally distract him and throw him off. As it was, that was hilarious. I love Shatner.

I'll tell you, they actually had some chemistry there.

quote:
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In other news, George Lopez still has a show?

Yep. As I understand it, he's getting pushed back an hour to make room for Conan.
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Okay, it isn't YouTube, but it's visual and it's cool.

link

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Elmo learns that it's unwise to make fun of the celebrity status of Ricky Gervais.
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A one room apt turns into 24 rooms:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lg9qnWg9kak&feature=player_embedded#

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That apartment is pretty amazing!
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