Alfred Hitchcock always made sure that he was appearing once in each of his movies. Probably first because it reduced slightly costs, then for the sheer fun of it.
Try and work in these conditions! And I thought that People’s Republic of China had unions to protect workers…
Aren’t they cute these pinnipeds?
Rather than using electricity to power a car, here is a prototype using Coke Zero and Mentos. YouTube link But, when you’ve been using so much coke, you need to clean your car. Just don’t try to do it the same way as… Two guys vs. a car wash spray hose
I am unsure which one is the best approach to teenager sex education… YouTube link YouTube link from Miss Lovecraft
You certainly knew that the great movie director, Alfred Hitchcock, was used to, first in order to reduce budgets, then merely for fun, keep one little cameo appearance in each of his movies, sometimes even a small role. An Internet user collected them all (nearly) in a single sequence. YouTube link
Did you known what is happening before the Tetris blocks fall from the top of the screen? As a matter of fact, you should know that it’s ugly, scary and has something to do with Space Invaders.
You know! Kinect is the new name of the Microsoft technology that allows you to completely forget about keyboard, joysticks, game pads and all that. You move in front of the camera and the stuff does its stuff. Previously, it was known as Project Natal. Today, I found this great cartoon from Ctrl+Alt+Del by Tim… Read More
The solution is here: http://pugcleaner.com/ Your screen may not thank Xtian for this idea!
Did you know it? Marula is a kind of fig quite common in Sub-saharian Africa that is (too) much appreciated by elephants and many other animals. But when it get old and ripe, it starts fermenting quickly. Then, this worthless fruit should receive the warning label like “Drink responsibly” or “Don’t drink and drive”. YouTube… Read More
YouTube link If you’re not a scientist and you don’t understand these, there is no shame to feel. Some scientists are just wondering what this is all about… Source: Brian Malow on Fora.tv.
Exactly one century ago, died Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better-known by his pen name Mark Twain. So, why not celebrate this with a few tidbits about him? For example, the only known video showing Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) at home with his two daughters Clara and Jean: YouTube link… Read More
Have you seen a nicer use of Post-It Notes? The deadline is coming. YouTube link I did not think so. This was probably quite a job to build, but it’s so nice.
A great classic piece of music from Rossini, Duetto buffo di due gatti is interpreted here by two young singers whose countenance is all the more appreciated for their honorable clothes and the Korean public that appreciated a lot the unexpected performance. YouTube link
It looks a little like advertising a DVD, but I had some real fun listening to these: video link Go to the web site for more: Old jews telling jokes.
Beards, they are amazing, full of surprises, flowering with novelty. Do you want some evidence? You can join the competition for the beard holding the largest number of wooden toothpicks: If you feel a pinch, don’t accuse the beard! In order to stay on the competition field, there was this beard contest in Alaska in… Read More
Yes! This cat is driving a Roomba. YouTube link