ok haven't updated in a while. so this should be quite a ride.
had i actually seen this while watching tv i'm afraid i wouldn't have a tv anymore . . .because much like my brain it would have imploded from an overload of AWESOME!
i'm not usually an "anime" fan, but i think i could stand this. on a related issue, why haven't we figured out how to shoot armored people like missiles yet?
although i'm pretty sure i'd end up dead or dang near close, this is something i wouldn't hesitate doing. . .well maybe i'd hesitate a little
i wish my highschool orchestra would have done this. i wasn't in orchestra or anything it just would have been nice. lots more "orchestrated" hits on youtube if anybody cares
and while we're on a musical theme, i love remixes
one of the best commercials i've seen in a long time, i laugh everytime 0:45 hits
BRILLIANT . . .for those of you who didn't listen to the morning edge, this was part of a bit by the great Chuck Powell. it was called "last character standing" and i was sad to see it go when Chuck was fired to be replace with a cheaper show from california done by the inferior Adam Corolla (if i spelled his last name wrong i don't care, he sucks)
while the vortex cannon is pretty cool, it isn't why i put this video up here. it's because the host of whatever show this is gets WAY to excited about a blast of air that, if we're really honest with ourselves, doesn't do much of anything.
and its official, this is the worst cover in the history of music. (my prayer tonight is that this song is a not so well played joke)
50 thousand watts . . . i suggest not watching the whole thing.
semi-impressive, but i have a feeling this is pretty much what that new show glee is like, and also why i will never watch it.
very cool to be able to visualize my favorite classical song
ever want a robot to experience the full range of human emotions? put him on a roller-coaster
more to come