Model M160HDSP. It is a hydraulic drive, specially modified version of the Dual-Shear M160 shredder.
Things are going great on Penny and Judah's first date. They're lounging on her bed and they lean in for a kiss. Then he stops and asks her if she minds going over a sexual consent form. She has no objections, but asks if he minds if her lawyer looks it over. Soon, over each of their shoulders, their lawyers are in full negotiation. When lawyers get involved, where will consent lead?
Cast: Todd Waldman, Rachel Vacca, Jeff Witzke, Katy Ostrander, Taylor Nassauer
Malcolm Douglas sparing with a big red kangaroo, showing how to win a dominance fight with no violence.
BBC wildlife show 'Lonesome George and the Battle to Save Galapagos' explores the issues that surround the co-existence of human and animal populations on the environmentally precious Galapagos islands and introduces the island's special celebrity Lonesome George; the only pinter island giant tortoise in existence.
Why the Runaway Universe Discovery Won the Nobel Prize in Physics.
From EsoCast, Dr. J. explores the upheaval in our understanding of the universe brought on by the discovery that the universe is not just expanding, but is accelerating outward at an ever increasing pace. Was Einstein wrong? Are we missing something crucial in our understanding of how it all began? Either way, this is one of the most exciting scientific discoveries in a long time.
We Were Wanderers is our ode to the incredible flora and fauna of Malaysia.
We would like to thank the amazing people of Malaysia for their hospitality and in particular a big thank you to Anne, Dava, Kumar and Rooslee (AKA Bruce Lee) for their invaluable assistance.
Thanks for watching!
Director/Producer/Editor - James W. Griffiths
Director of Photography - Christopher Moon
Sound Design and Mix - Mauricio d'Orey
Music - Lennert Busch
Narrator - Terry Burns
The narration has been adapted from excerpts from Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad published 1899
News blooper! Fun on the set with an anchorwoman and arachnophobia.
Once more, impeccable moral standards from our Christian friends. Oh, and fine music.
January 12, 2012 CNN
Potholer54 is on the road until the end of this month, so you probably won't see any new vids from him after this until mid-February. This video just answers several questions from Atticana (who was nominated for a Golden Crocoduck last year but is not eligible) about his video Human Ancestry Made Easy.
Generation Xero lays down a well crafted rant about Pope Joseph "Joey the Rat" Ratzinger's pronouncements on the topic of human sexuality. Dude may be celibate, and live in a palace full of other dudes of a certain age, but on the other hand, he does wear the Fancy Hat of Infallibility 'n all.
Now kneel down and kiss the ring!
Ends with an amusing moment in a home movie. Full home movie here: http://www.youtu.be/vS9H3vc49kY
We have no ways to directly observe molecules and what they do -- Drew Berry wants to change that. At TEDxSydney he shows his scientifically accurate (and entertaining!) animations that help researchers see unseeable processes within our own cells.
Do cats always land on their feet? High-speed photography shows us the answer.
The winter sport season is in full swing - but it's not often you see a crow trying to get involved. This video which went viral on YouTube shows the thrill-seeker bird as comfortable on the slopes as it is in the air. The bird appeared to be using the lid of a jar as an improvised snowboard.
Sid, the Sloth, takes a school of children out on a camping trip, only to find that in typical Sid style, he is not a very good guide.
Surviving Sid is a 2008 computer animated short film from Blue Sky Studios (20th Century Fox Animation) and distributed by HiT Entertainment, starring Sid the Sloth of Ice Age and a cameo appearance by Scrat. It is the third in the series of Ice Age short films.