This might be the best thing ever on the internets. Anna had a final for a college level sign language course and did the song “Fuck You” by Cee Lo. Quite possibly the greatest thing ever and here is to hoping she got an A.
Well, one way is to land your dirt bike on her head. Extreme videos
Watch closely, there is no door, the dog just cannot seem to catch on at all.
Harry Shum battles Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss with guns and light sabers. For an independent film, the action and effects are spot-on. The film is called “3 Minutes” and is conveniently – three minutes long. Not to be missed, and we can’t wait for the sequel. (4 minutes anyone?) 3 Minutes: Great short film
Halloween weekend and the zombies will be everywhere, be sure to refresh your memory with The Ultimate Zombie Survival Guide
The Unseen Sea is a well-edited compilation of Simon Christen’s time lapse videos from around the San Francisco Bay Area. Think of it as looking out the window, but way faster and more efficiently than in real life. Careful though, this is really relaxing perfect for a quick break from the daily grind. The Unseen […]
Magadheera is the largest budget telegu movie ever made. This action scene is better than most of Tom Cruise’s vehicles lately. It’s titled hilarious, but what it is is awesome. This movie won a ton of awards at the 2009 filmfare awards.
On 8.28.2010, Glenn Beck’s "Restoring Honor" rally was held on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The purpose of the rally, which Beck claimed to be "non-political" despite featuring Tea Party-favorite Sarah Palin as a speaker and its being attended entirely by conservatives, was unclear. The participants spoke abstractly about the need to restore "honor" […]
Heck he couldn’t do any worse could he. Basil Marceaux, a Republican candidate for Tennessee governor, has become a YouTube sensation for his bizarre campaign ads. He barely seems to be able to articulate his positions in complete sentences, but the internet loves him. In fact, he’s garnered so much attention online that he ended […]
OK we will admit it is ingenious, but is it wrong that we want to wait for him to get about twenty feet up and then pull out the plug?