Ogre is a "Tank" built around a Zamor launching system nicknamed "Hailstorm". It uses three XL PF motors, controlled either by a standard PF remote, or by the on-board (black) NXT using the Hitechnic IRLink. It also has a small wireless "spycam" attached, so that the driver can "see" what the robot sees. The result is a lot of fun to drive around, and even more fun to watch it autonomously detect, target, and destroy loose LEGO targets.
Louis CK's first gig on Letterman in 1995 including New York City, awkward coincidences, impressions, and more.
A visit in 2006 to The Harvard Institute of Politics. Total RT of 1:09:03, roughly the first four minutes are short segments from his show. The balance is both amusing and informative.
Performed on Late Night with David Letterman in January 1991.
When describing those with darker skin, Darwin often used words like 'savage,' 'low,' and 'degraded.'.. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN http://www.cbn.com
Lily Allen: Friday Night with Jonathan Ross: 30/01/2009
Favourite walker clip as shown on second last episode of Conan O'Brien
David Attenborough on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross
BBC1 Friday 27th Feb
Root Down by the Beastie Boys, Ill Communication
Oswalt reminisces about the 80's and a burned out comic named Dr. Pepper, who intermittently tells the tale of his roommate's car.
February 25, 2009 on CNN's Lou Dobbs with Christopher Hitchens
The United Nations Anti-Blasphemy Resolution aims to curtail speech that offends religion, specifically Islam. Critics, religious groups and free speech advocates say the resolution is spreading Sharia law to the Western world. Christopher Hitchens joined Lou.
Morph decides to play a trick on Chaz by camouflaging his art box. A very quick (1:05) short by Aardman Studios.
A displaced bandying beatnik rooster makes like an orphan to get adopted by Foghorn, who tries to stop him from chasing the chicks. The Barnyard Dog manages to use a Rube Goldberg-esque method to dress Foghorn in drag and hitch him to the beatnik rooster. RT 6:13.
"Finally - a cartoon that's - cartoony!"
A music video by illustrator/comic artist Dave Cooper in collaboration with animator/director Nick Cross.
2nd Series of the BBC Wine travel show presented by wine expert Oz Clarke and motoring journalist James May (of Top Gear fame), the former taking it upon himself to educate the latter about wine. This time, Clarke and May travel through California sampling new world wines, going from Venice Beach all the way north to the Napa Valley. The mode of transport this time was a Monaco motorhome and in some episodes, a Ford Mustang. Highlights include Clarke tasting wines whilst swimming in a lake and whilst driving dodgem cars, May hitting various objects with the motorhome, and a recurring need for hangover cures. May's search for a good bottle of typically Californian wine available in the UK for under 10 ends with a bottle of Ravenswood Zinfandel in episode 5.