Pwnisher hosted a competition that resulted in this mesmerizing compilation of entries based on the same “simple” animation:
It’s way beyond my capabilities, and I’m surprised no one walked the poor bastard up the stairs.
Nice find, Jonco.
The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band is always a fun romp, and they have a new album in the works.
Rev. Peyton – Guitar/Vocals
Breezy Peyton – Washboard/Vocals
Sad Max Senteney – Drums/Vocals
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones don’t believe in anything anymore. It’s from their 11th studio album, When God Was Great (2021).
Yep, that’ll do for now. Have a great weekend, watch out for the bugbears and we’ll throw something on the floor to kick around tomorrow.
Not quite Sweded, but close. [Found here.]
Brazillian concert pianist Eliane Rodrigues discovered that her piano was defective, descended into Hell, then came back smiling. She’s no prima donna.
Doña Oxford ain’t no slouch either, and her keys melt. Let’s do one more.
The All Night Long Blues Band featured Sean “Bad” Apple, Dixie Street and Martin Grant with a nice cover of Hambone Willie Newbern‘s 1929 recording “Roll and Tumble Blues.” [Harp player Martin Grant passed away in March of 2015.]
Have a great weekend, folks. See y’all back here soon.
Dinosaurs washed up on Florida beach prior to arrival of Hurricane Matthew.
Friend from Jacksonville rode it out & posted this.
Coffee table lets you ponder the ocean depths. At this scale, whales and ships are microscopic, so you’ll need a few tokes to fully appreciate it.
One of the best Tweets by a CNN “journalist” ever.
Tim Meadows, aka Leon Phelps, The Ladies’ Man.
Climate catastrophe was predicted in 1873 [Source] and it never happened. Via the The July 10, 1873 Decatur Republican (Decatur, IL) :
We have heard from our ally, Prof. Plantamour, again. Last year he prophesied we were to be burned up. Now he declares in a paper just issued in Paris, that everybody will be frozen to death in the year 2011. We are glad to have the date accurately fixed, for we shall arrange for our life insurance policy to expire in the year 2011. The first news of the freeze will appear in the Saturday Evening Post for Jan. 1st, 2011, an we shall offer as a premium to clubs that year, an all-wool overcoat four feet thick, with an air tight stove in each breast pocket, and a gas heater in the tail, and an open grate arrangement at the collar. The getter up of two clubs will have a pair of skates, and a double breasted pink undershirt thrown in. Persons who wish to compete for these prizes, can send their subscriptions now, from this year to 2011, in order to make the thing certain. No paper shall beat us, if we have to get up a corner in a double-breasted undershirts and create a panic in the market. –Max Adeler
And yeah, we gotcher Climate Change hangin’.
Raccoon Whack-A-Mole. The music is really annoying, so turn off the sound. You’ve been warned.
THIS is a happy dog.
Dinosaurs are always fun, and this video has a great cast of relative unknowns. It’s over an hour long, but that’s just a day in dinotime.
Ted Hawkins (1936-1995) had more success in the UK than the US, although he had a local fan base in Venice Beach CA where he was a popular busker. Check out his background at the link.
[h/t Charlie L.]
This version of Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground” is fascinating, as it appears that all the players recorded remotely. Playing For Change is not a band, it’s an organization based in Venice California that records musicians from around the world, and is dedicated to creating and supporting music schools particularly in developing countries.
Haven’t heard any Stevie Ray Vaughan in a while, so here he is with fellow Texan Johnny Copeland, live At Montreux 1985.
Have a great weekend, folks. Stay cool.
Photos of the homeland of the Brothers Grimm.
Got the Herps? No? Here’s a site that can help you out.
Oh, and this viral video of 7D dinosaurs in a mall in Dubai? It’s true, but the description is false. It’s a video of a 3D animation overlay on a 2D screen filmed in a mall in Bahrain, not holograms. Still cool, though. (One of the more brilliant comments on the Utoobage: “I couldn’t believe this is even exist. Shouldn’t be 6d? Up down left right back and front? Where did the seventh dimension come from?”)
The Audacity of Dopes. This amused me.
THIS douchebag was pantsed by THIS class act.
A question requiring punctuation:
doest does dust dust or does dust dust does
A statement requiring punctuation:
that that is is that that is not is not but that that is is not is not that that is nor is that that is that that is not
Some people are just plain ignorant.
Death Metal Version of the Theme To Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood, courtesy of Bunkessa’s boyfriend who’s a late night DJ on KUCI88.9, and yeah, I challenged him.
[Top image from here: Dog Beards.]
Simple, yet effective. No dinosaurs have threatened this household since the warning sign was posted by a safety-conscious 4 year old. I’m going to enlarge the image, print it and post it on our front door, just in case.
Visual aids are so important to the presentation.