An entire relationship told through photos in four minutes. Directed by Gabriel Bisset-Smith and Graham Turner. Written by Gabriel Bisset-Smith Music by Golden Silvers
A description should go here, but I honestly don't know how to describe this. I like it, though. It's better than coffee. kc.
By CRCR/WIZZ Design
Music: "Judgement Day" (sic) by The Thunderclaps Ft. Orifice Vulgatron, Ghetto, Shameless, & Deadly Hunta
Bo Burnham delivers a witty rap/rant about religion.
October 17, 2010 interview with Geraldo Rivera.
The Thinking Atheist dares your Sunday School teacher to do a lesson on this little ditty found in 1st Samuel.
Bomani Armah, also known as D'mite, is a self-identified "poet with a hip-hop style, not a rapper," best known for the 2007 single "Read a Book".
Norm MacDonald interrupts the local promos. "Local ones?"
Read by Christopher Hitchens from his book "God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything".
Three oinks for perspective...
Another cat video which I've run through the old cat translator to see what was being said...
"While working at the local video store, Vicky meets Sam, who quickly becomes a regular costumer. Both fall in love, ignoring the true reason for their rendez-vous."
Short movie written and directed by Nuno Rocha.
Watch Zach Galifianakis be interviewed by Gordon Keith on WFAA-TV, Channel 8, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. Is Zach being trolled or is he in on this Between Two Ferns spoof?
Chad Vader identifies as many costumes as he can at Dragon Con 2010.
Dean Kamen is involved in new prosthetic arms, this one that wearers can use like a real arm; controlling it with joysticks in their shoes, and getting feedback about how hard their grip is from a small, vibrating motor. It's a big deal, because it provides a level of small motor skills that hasn't previously been available in prosthetic limbs. Users can pick up objects as small as a chocolate covered coffee bean, or peel a banana without squishing it.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Tattoo enthusiast Matt Gone has become known around Portland as a man with checkerboard tattoos that cover much of his body.
"I picked the the checker pattern because nobody had done it," Gone said.
Now he's done something else that few have tried: He injected ink into both of this eyes -- by himself.
"I picked different colors cause I like mutations because I have birth defects," Gone said.
Gone said birth defects that left some of his muscles underdeveloped inspired him to start tattooing his body nearly 20 years ago as a means to disguise his deformities. He estimates more than 98 percent of his skin is covered with ink.
"I never really knew how far I would ever go, and [tattooing my eyes] is about as far as you can go," Gone said.
But some doctors believe Gone has gone too far with his latest design. Dr. Douglas Meier, an ophthalmologist with the Portland Clinic in Beaverton, said Gone is at risk for infection that could lead to blindness or could even cause him to lose his eyes.
"The risk of putting a needle near your eye is grave," said Meier. "Someone at home does not have access to the equipment nor the expertise."
Gone said he knew the risks and he proceeded with caution.
"I patch tested it and was successful. I had to take the risk; I've done that a lot of times before," said Gone. "I'm not crazy. I'm trained. I have a lot of experience."
Gone has shared that experience in cyberspace. One of his videos posted on the Internet details how he tattooed his tongue. But Gone said his most recent lesson is for his eyes only.
"I'm glad I [tattooed my eyes] - I got lucky - but it's your risk and I'm not going to help you," said Gone. "I did this for me, this is my project, my body."
Meier said the state of Oklahoma has banned the practice of tattooing the white portion of the eye. He also said the Board of Medical Examiners in Oregon is reviewing the practice.
This clip shows Austin James of American Majority training tea party activists on guerrilla internet tactics to "control the online dialogue". The footage was shot at the 2009 American Liberty Tour, run by a group of libertarian groups tied to real-estate mogul and Koch associate Howie Rich. The clip is taken from a section of the film showing how libertarian/free-market groups are recruiting tea party protestors into their cause.