Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Lum, Jan 5, 2012.
Hah, that vaguely reminds me of that thing had to be used to destroy Bryce's kidney stones.
A guy does an acoustic cover of Li'l Jon's Get Low at a coffee shop. (It's actually a great cover of what I would've thought a pretty uncoverable song, but the best part are the reactions.)
I couldn't find any evidence of it being posted here, and it only has half a million views, and I have cholera, so whatevs:
Paging Andy Rehfeldt - a new vocalist for your covers.
Damn, I wish I spoke French. I'd love to know what they're saying.
...can't embed with time. Skip to 14 sec. Ignore the idiot.
ladies and gentlemen, your President.
Apparently embedding Onion videos is impossible. HP Offers That Cloud Thing Everyone Is Talking About
So. Damn. Perfect.
"How much capacity will HP's Cloud users have access to?"
60+mph on foot:
Haven't seen the making of video,but here:
A friend working at HP tells me "1000" was the standard answer everyone in his team gave to the management for a while when that video went viral few weeks ago.
You just wrecked my brain. Please stand by while I call my insurance agency. Do you have insurance? I'd hate for you to have to pay for my brain out-of-pocket, it might set you back a gumball or two.
One page too late!
I'm not sure what I just saw, only that I feel guilty for having laughed. This is mocking homophobia, right?
A very Skrillex Christmas (make sure you watch through at least 2:20)
Best Madden glitch I've seen in years.
The most brilliant man alive.
That's actually really clever.
The Saxxy Awards for TF2 Source Film Maker videos are worth a look. I was particularly impressed by some from the Drama category:
Probably not worth watching all 4 minutes but it made me smile.
there are too many of the Guile's theme goes to X videos, but whatever.
One of Klaus Nomi's last performances, while he was dying of AIDS-related illnesses:
Henry Purcell's music isn't always easy listening as such, especially when it has choral elements, but it's got the remarkable quality in being both "excellent baroque" and "weirdly modern-sounding."
One of the most "radio friendly" Purcell tunes is the Queen Mary funeral march, used, with modern instrumentation in a Clockwork Orange. Listening to it you'd never know it was written a century before Beethoven. Perhaps modern players give it more of a romantic performance.
This is now my favorite entry in the Onion Talks series. It's a good companion piece to HP getting in on that cloud thing everyone's talking about.
Okay, that is both the greatest, and most terrifying thing I have ever seen.
Neil's Puppet Dreams:
A sequel to the spooky elevator prank. I'm pretty sure that the first woman may be permanently traumatized.
I can't enjoy that, they look scared for their life which is thoroughly unpleasant. On the other hand people need to chill. I'd likely jump out of my skin when the guy flops out, but no way am I panicking beyond that. It's obviously a prank, and even if it wasn't the guy doesn't exactly look dangerous. Then again I'm not a woman so that might make a difference. (Er, not that women are cowards, it's that being trapped in an elevator with a strange man might have implications I don't have to worry about. Or at least wouldn't worry about.)
Then again I'm not superstitious which might be part of their fear.
EDIT: On second thought it could be staged, in which case I shake my fist at the internet, though I found their panic pretty convincing.
This is how Minnesota tries to deter drunk driving:
Just remember this, tax dollars were spent on 00:26-00:35.
This is remarkable. From the description:
Angie could date it.
See, the 1800s looks at steampunk designs and laughs at them through biggest, most twirled moustache.
Best Christmas song? *Best* Christmas song.
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