In the weird collection of videos I amass, I end up with some that sit in the sideline, too out of touch or definition to easily go in my other categories. So unlike most of what I post, these tend to be a bit older as they just keep coming up no matter their timeliness. I apologize if this offends your clearly cutting-edge taste for only the finest crem de la crem in video entertainment. That being said, I don't know *why* this specific subway station in New York has such an anomalous glitch in it's architectural matrix, but I enjoy watching what happens when people find out for themselves.
This guy has it all: the crime (high speed chase with police), the face (just look at him!), the excuse (massive amounts of swag), and the best follow-up to a police questioning that a man in his position could muster. Oh no he didn't, indeed.
Is there much better in the world of good news than finding out you don't have cancer anymore? I think that after your fourth round of chemotherapy for treatment of Hodgkin's lymphoma there isn't much better news than what this gentleman receives. Prepare thyself for tears.
The video above is clearly NSFW, considering its source material is "Pulp Fiction," but watch remix demi-god Pogo
It seems this week involved a lot of people making some very questionable decisions. I await the day when bad drivers and drunk people videos fall to the wayside, but this is not that week.
There is a lot you can do in a few minutes online. You can entertain, shock and titillate. Here are some of the more entertaining shorts I have come across recently.
With Father's Day right around the corner, its no surprise that the fine folks at Flavorwire put together this supercut ("That's the secret word!") of "The Wisdom of Our TV Dads." In all, I count 17 shows, with only one not ringing the bell as to what show it is off the top of my head.
In the world of crazy fail videos, the "drunk cute girl" is King. Or, I guess, Queen. Add to that a stair banister and you are asking for trouble. Bonus points for horrendous screeching from the person filming.
Since I spend so much time looking for good videos for you people, it isn't surprising that sometimes I end up with videos that sometimes are questionable in content but have to be shared regardless. Usually surreal and strange, but often just funny for no related reason to their inception, welcome to my selection of "Video Non Sequitur." Without a doubt, some of these are very unsafe for a workplace, in either audio or visuals.
Since it's Friday, let's wrap up the week with a little pop culture round-up, so you can start your weekend knowledgeable about what went down.
In the world of online videos, there are sadly no real "rules" per se. However, that doesn't mean that unspoken understandings shouldn't exist. The social contract we all engage in should be upheld, as it will raise the bar on quality for us all. For starters, never ever ever ever shoot videos on your smartphone vertically. Let Glove and Boots show you the way.
I find a lot of videos. So many, in fact, that I don't know what to do with them all. So I am going to try out some new format changes over the next week or so, with the hope that it will be easier to navigate around and only watch the types of videos that interest you. Here's hoping!
Hey everybody! Welcome to the new site, with that fancy URL and all the gadgets. Let's jump to the Dumping!
Pop Culture Happenings
Oh man, after the mighty opus that is "LEGO Batman" I have been sold to the entire line. Where these games seem to get the most bang-for-their-buck is in established series, so the idea of a Lord Of The Rings-version is very exciting. Witness the teaser trailer from E3, and revel in the majesty of a LEGO Balrog.