In this scene from the 1974 movie Blazing Saddles, Hedley Lamarr elicits a pledge of allegiance from a group of doofuses. -via Viral Video Chart
Lorne Baxter explores the life of Barack Hussein Obama, Jeremiah Wright and the theology behind it.
Now I suppose I'll have to do one about Hillary. This is why I don't like American Politics.
The scrap vegetable parts left over from the making of the instruments are cooked and served to the audience after the show, making the Vienna Vegetable Orchestra a delightful, dinner-and-a-movie type experience (with a little funk thrown in).
Comet the goldfish may be the world's most intelligent fish after its owner, Dean Pomerleau, trained it to perform a range of aquatic activities.
Comet can play football, basketball and even limbo dance under a bar.
The genius of the water world can also play fetch with a hoop, slalom around a series of poles and push a rugby ball over a set of posts.
It seems that our world – our culture – is pretty big on lulling us to sleep, to complacency, to passivity.
In contrast to that, there is a group of amazing people that’s emerging from the upcoming generation that wears passion like a gaudy shirt: they’re not going to sit still and take the handouts that we’re offering. They’re passionate, and they don’t care what you think about it.
It looks like they are trying to replace the disco ball, LED signs and dance lighting with a single device. For more detail: www.seekway.com.cn/e/ledsys9.htm. Hey, at least they're not taking over the whole world!
Introducing probably the best lolly pop driven drum playing NXT robot in the world! :) Listens to drum patterns then repeats them!! Hope you enjoy as much as I enjoy eating the lolly pops I've been staring at for days! :)
A video camera captured Sen. Clinton (D-NY) inspecting the coffee maker and trying to figure out how it works. After several moments of fiddling with the machine, Clinton gave up on the idea of getting a hot cup of coffee herself.
After admitting that she hasn't even used a gas pump in years, Clinton asked the store manager for help with the coffee maker.
The video, which was uploaded to the popular video sharing site YouTube, has been viewed nearly a million times times in its first two days, and was even linked on Thursday to the Drudge Report website with the title, "Hillary Clinton vs. the Coffee Maker."
This doesn't help build my confidence of her as a world leader. . . .
The tagline: “New Mexico the best place in the universe.”
(You might find more here, if they haven't pulled them down yet.)
And now a glimpse at the backstage world of that photo shoot starring alien creatures from Stan Winston's famed creative studios: