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Image via YouTube video screengrab This is just awesome. Holy Kaw points us to a great video where a flash mob shows a crowded mall why it's a good idea to recycle whenever you have the chance.
Like them or love them animated gifs are all over the Internets - and have been since day one. A lot of people say they are silly because of the video technology we now have, but somehow they still seem to find a way to tickle that funny bone and keep themselves around. Below are 4 gifs that are hilarious in their original form, but once made-over with some Rage flavor; they take on a whole new level of hilarity. Horse vs Exercise Ball ( original )
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This is a hilarious 3min Scottish video about the perils of voice recognition technology. After watching it I just couldn’t stop laughing so I had to re-post it. While it is dangerously funny it does raise some good questions about the cultural biases of voice recognition in particular and technology in general. Technology is rarely neutral. It is a mirror that reflects its maker and our Human, Oh So Human species.
There's an amusing text-to-speech animated video making the rounds (I've been sent it half a dozen times already) mocking iPhone-obsessed buyers going into stores and not caring that phones like the HTC Evo might have better specs, because they just "want an iPhone." It's amusing. Well over a million people have seen it.
An old lady is nearing the end of her days and she longs to be with the husband she has lost. So, when death pays her a visit on night in the form of a rather comical Grim Reaper then she touches his extended hand without fear. Only, she has not considered that a meddlling doctor on our side of the great divide will decide that she must be resuscitated . So ensues a terrific fight between the Reaper and the doctor, who fight fiercely over the mortal coil of the ancient dame. The Reaper eventually gives up, but the old lady has different ideas altogether.
Produced by Charlie Todd and Matt Adams / music by Gustav Holst , arranged by Tyler Walker For our latest mission, we staged a reenactment of the first Princess Leia / Darth Vader scene from Star Wars on a New York City subway car. The white walls and sliding doors on the train reminded us of the rebel ship from the movie, and we thought it would be fun to see how people would react to a surprise appearance by the iconic characters. We spread out the actors along the train line, staging it so they would enter the right car at the right time. Enjoy the video first and then go behind-the-scenes with the photos and report below. Shot by: Matt Adams , Jason Eppink , Erik Martin Photography: Katie Sokoler (photo credit for all photos on this page.)
I just stumbled upon this old Nutrigrain commercial from 2006 and I’m not really sure what to say about it, other than it is a) incredibly bizarre and b) I think I kind of like it, in a strange at-least-they’re-going-bold kind of way. One thing is for sure: after watching it, I immediately feel grreeeeeeaaaat. Don’t you? The most insane part of this commercial is definitely the lady. Her facial expressions are, well, insane. But at least she’s going to get to make lots of babies.