I’m on my first vacation where I don’t have to write since before my time at Geekologie — so 15 years. Well, there was that 35 day stint in rehab too but we’re not counting that because it wasn’t exactly a vacation. I’ll be back first thing next week, but
This is a pleasant little walking tour of Youtuber uly huerta’s neighborhood in Osaka, Japan, which really does put off some heavy Studio Ghibli vibes. The lack of people on the streets certainly does create a certain ambiance. For reference, my neighborhood gives off more of a dystopian future vibe.
Well, it’s the 2021 holiday season — and you know what that means: tying a big red bow on this steaming turd of a year and trying to regift it to a frenemy. And what better way to unwind before the hectic holidays than with this hour-long relaxing dumpster fire
This is a video of a WS6 Firebird that got trapped in a flood in Kentucky and had its whole interior caked with mud and clay getting professionally deep cleaned and detailed by RJ Wagner and Brent Dicesare of WD Detailing. They originally planned to clean up the car in
This is a video from photographer Uly Huerta featuring a thirty minute uninterrupted walk through the various districts of Osaka, Japan, including the “shopping districts of Namba and Nipponbashi, the new world district of Shinsekai, and the residential area of Joto-ku.” It was nice and relaxing. I almost felt like
This is a video of Bonsai artist Bucky Barnes designing, pruning, carving and shaping a Japanese Larch bonsai tree over the course of a year. It’s a nice relaxing watch. Funnily, my girlfriend just got a bonsai as a work gift and we’ve only had it since last Friday and
Released by HBO Max to remind you they have the majority of Studio Ghibli’s feature films available on their streaming service, this is a 30-minute Youtube ‘screensaver’ of relaxing animations from various Ghibli movies. It is max level chill, possibly even an 11. And I thought falling asleep to that
In coral reef and chill news, this is a 12-hour Youtube video of one of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s coral reef exhibits, featuring a variety of tropical fishes doing their thing (swimming). It’s nice and relaxing. I just sort of zoned out watching it for the last half hour. I