The announcers are amusing as well: they’re bored until 2/3 of the way through the play, when they finally figure out this is exciting!
This is one of the most amazing battles I’ve ever seen. It’s fascinating! It’s a battle between a pride of lions, a herd of buffalo, and 2 crocodiles at a watering hole in
Here’s what happens when we go it alone; not so pretty. There's a lesson here somewhere.
Le Grand Content examines the omnipresent Powerpoint-culture in search for its philosophical potential. Intersections and diagrams are assembled to form a grand ‘association-chain-massacre’. which challenges itself to answer all questions of the universe and some more. Of course, it totally fails this assignment, but in its failure it still manages to produce some magical nuance and shades between the great topics death, cable tv, emotions and hamsters.
It also makes me laugh, philosophically of course.
Now for a contrast, here is a discussion of what I'll call, Le Irritating Content:
It's really scary if you think about it!
In this clip, psychiatrists attempt to define/defend the diagnosis of ADHD unsuccessfully to a panel of people. The narrator's point is that the disease is a fraud and that the medications are dangerous to children.
And just for balance, here's the take on ADHD from the testimony of one of its practitioners:
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Mel Blanc:
This, of course, is the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Oh, wait; that’s not an “of course;” we never see the tower! The view is certainly impressive!
This isn’t exactly an elevator. It’s called a Paternoster, and it does the same thing for an elevator that an escalator does for stairs.
What you may or may not know, is that this is a re-make of a similar piece from a generation ago: