This is a video from the cabin of Ixonia, Wisconsin Amazon driver Alexander Evans’s truck when an Amtrak train cuts the vehicle in half right behind Alexander’s seat after crossing the tracks. This is why I always look both ways at train crossings, then turn around and go back home.
This is a short clip from bartender cat_sevaress, who ordered delivery tacos (as hungry/drunk people are apt to do), and opened up her apartment door to discover a raccoon had ripped through the bottom of the bag and already begun taste-testing her tacos. I like the raccoon’s friends hanging out
This is a full-length edit of The Wizard Of Oz cut by Matt Bucy so that every spoken word appears in alphabetical order, beginning with a ton of ‘a’s’ and ending with ‘zipper’, uttered by the Tin Man. Matt says the entire edit only took about 20 hours of work,
This is a clip of a man (who I swear I posted on Geekologie back in the day — glad to see he’s still at it) demonstrating his complete disregard for gravity by balancing a number of glass bottles on each other in precarious ways. He also does some blindfolded
This is a video of a Boston Dynamics ATLAS humanoid robot taking a break from unboxing and sorting shock absorbers to dance. The headless horseman of the apocalypse moves like it’s about to fall down at any second, but manages not to. Kind of like me when I’m drunk, except
Because people are constantly coming up with new and exciting ways to stimulate the adrenal medulla, this is a video of people being blob-launched in a giant ball pit at some sort of trampoline park style amusement center. Admittedly, that does look like fun. I used to LOVE the ball
This is a clip of a French bulldog balancing a blue ball on its nose and back while running and playing on the beach. It’s almost hard to believe it’s so good it, and I had to zoom and enhance the video for signs of CGI. It’s real though. Most
Captured by the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) in the constellation Leo Minor, galaxy clusters SDSS J0952+3434 appear as a giant smiley face, grinning at us from 4-billion light years away. Ha, I’d be smiling too if I were that far away from the dirtbags on earth.