Sunday, September 22, 2019

It's Morning!

(via Fark)

The Table Ballet

A classic routine from Charlie Chaplin, seen in the 1925 film The Gold Rush. (via Cynical-C)

Tweet of the Day

The recipe sounds nasty, but the visual effect is nice. (via Boing Boing)

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Festival Fun

Who? Are You Paranoid?

"Who AreYou?" from The Who mashed up with "Paranoid" by Black Sabbath. Yes, it's another masterful Bill McClintock edit. 

A Memorable Birthday Cake

Chad Riden's grandma turned 101 years old. When her children ordered the birthday cake, they said she would be one hundred and one. So the decorator wrote a hundred, then a one. Here she is, trying to look upset, but you know she's suppressing a giggle.

A discussion on the wording of numbers tells us that you shouldn't use the word "and" because the numerals would be 100.1 or maybe 100.01 which some say is taught in school, but I'd never heard of that before. In this case, you can be sure that the decorator just wasn't thinking. If it were a proper cake phrase, the numeral would be 101st. You might imagine what would have happened if they'd have asked for "Happy one hundred and first birthday."   

-via reddit

Kiss Me Maybe

In this song parody, YouTuber Liechee uses Carly Rae Jepson's song "Call Me Maybe" to tell the story of The Little Mermaid. It's not only a clever and funny idea (if a little dated), but the song and video turned out right nice. (via Geeks Are Sexy

Do You Know What Today Is?

Every year, Demi Adejuyigbe reminds us of the importance of September 21st in music and more. See his previous productions on this date here.

The Ocean

How many ways does Mother Nature have to warn us that something is very wrong? More importantly, are we going to listen and change our ways? This comic is from Lunarbaboon.

A Plea for Help


(via Fark)

Lydia the Tattooed Lady

Groucho Marx from the movie At The Circus. (via Everlasting Blort)

Tweet of the Day

Friday, September 20, 2019

Public Servant


(via reddit)

Deep Purple Lip-Syncs "Hush"

Deep Purple li-i-sync their 1968 song "Hush" poolside, with and without instruments. This looks pretty casual, which makes it way more fun. (via Laughing squid)

Cowboy Myths

Now you know everything you need to know about cowboys. This comic is from Alex Culang and Raynato Castro at Buttersafe.


(via Bored Panda)

Robot Tryst

For months, they were just two robots passing in the night. But one evening the stars aligned for them, they finally met, and sparks flew. They coupled and then fell asleep. Philip Bloom captured the incident on two Nest cameras and another camera attached to his cat feeder. Since both robots have edge detectors, you'll have to watch the video to see how it happened. (via Digg)

Area 51 Raiders

Here's a picture taken early this morning somewhere in Nevada of the first folks ready to storm Area 51. The event is was originally called  “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” before it was changed at the last minute. Maybe they can't stop all of us, but the US military will have no trouble stopping these couple of dozen people. There are probably more journalists around than raiders. (via reddit)