Okay, friends. The great debate over what we call that fizzy stuff packed with sugar and flavoring still continues. Do you call it soda? Do you call it pop? Or is everything with fizz just considered a Coke?
Really, though, be specific, especially for your bartenders. Or everyone gets soda water.
This music video for “Systematic” by Midnight Juggernauts is what happens in a cat’s brain when it takes way too much catnip.
No kittens were harmed or sent to rehab after the making of this video, though some of them probably should have been.
The Big Lazy Robot VFX team decided to take on the age of smartphones, Facebook, and Tumblr and perfectly nails how all of us have pretty much become useless robots entirely dependent upon technology to keep us entertained.
Of crouse, BLR VFX says that you shouldn’t take the short film too seriously, because there’s an iDiot inside all of us.
Really, though, the very cute music and the adorable robots are great enough to keep you entertained for the next five minutes…you know, on your iPhone, Android, or tablet.
A mini-documentary about a young man who suffered a serious brain injury after a ski accident and is fighting to get back his mental and motor skills. From the description:
I’m Pekka. A 21 years old guy. Injured pretty damn seriously 28.4.2010.
That is a date I remember well, even though I can’t remember anything that happened that day. I have heard some stories from my friends about how it happened: I had yelled from the lift “I go one more time, this’s the last one”, and the last one it was. I did it because the switch doublecork 10′s I had done were a bit unstable. Sw doubles were an easy trick for me, but that day was windy and a really strong blast of wind grasped me and I landed way too far, over-rotating my trick. In the crash, I broke my helmet (the Sweetest black thing, that saved my life), I gained a serious / extremely serious brain injury and sank into a coma for 17 days. Next thing I know, was laying in the hospital, next summer.
The rehabilitating process has been a rough one to me, but I have still been able to rehabilitate myself amazingly fast! The biggest weaknesses the injury brought along are my memory problems, which have fallen away majorly, and balance problems, which have also fallen away pretty much too. The predictions I got from doctors were pretty dark: Will be able to walk in 2 years, might not be able to ski ever again and I don’t know the whole list. But what I do know: walked after about 6 MONTHS after the crash and skied for the first time after 11 months.
via smbproductions / thanks, my fan from Finland!
Chicken butt! Or should I say albatross butt? Because this audio of David Attenborough narrating the mating rituals of albatross mixed with the footage from Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance may be the most perfect thing you’ll watch today.
And if you haven’t seen the footage and have been actively avoiding it, now’s the time to finally catch a glimpse…at the mating ritual of the North American pop star.