Post a video, entertain me!

Nice, Trach.

That reminds me that Day of the Dead and The 13th Warrior are both available on YouTube. Granted, The 13th Warrior isn't technically a horror film, but it has that dark, mysterious violence going on.

Sandy Does New York

An unexpected journey's flight safety briefing for Air Middle Earth (better known as Air New Zealand)

How tall is 11 feet 8 inches? Slightly less tall than these drivers thought.

Durham is the City of Medicine!

Not engineering. Or reading street signs.

Great music used in a Walking Dead trailer.

Quintin_Stone wrote:

Durham is the City of Medicine!

Not engineering. Or reading street signs.

Saw that a while back. Apparently that road and bridge are about 100 years old, with a 100-year-old sewer main underneath, so they couldn't lower the road without some serious expense. As for the other option, raising the bridge, apparently the bridge itself is owned by the railroad company and, since there's really no damage being done to the bridge itself, they're not exactly motivated to spend any money on it.

The best part is that there are multiple warning systems in place before the bridge including a number of signs and sensors that cause flashing lights to turn on when a vehicle that's too tall is detected, yet people still continue to hit it. Amazing.

You thought it was over, but no, there's more:

Hoo, hah, Hoo, hah...
He's riding down the plain to come and steal your women
'Cuz he's cool
Hoo, hah...
He'll draw and quarter your nephew just for fun
So do run
Hooh, hah...
He's got ten thousand soldiers
Who want to have fun
He's heading to your neighborhood
To heal this land
When the Mongol blitz arrives
You weep and wail
Hoo, hah
Gen, Gen, Genghis Khan
Off with their head,
Hey there ahead
Gen, Gen, Genghis Khan
Off with their legs, off with their arms
Oh how we would laugh
Oh Hoh hoh hoh
Genghis wants your women
Ah hahaha
Give up now 'cuz you're screwed
Gen, gen, Genghis Khan...

That video makes me wish Eurovision were right now. Or this fun. Other than Lordi and that crossdressing group dressed as stewardesses it tends to be yawn ballads these days or top 40s style generic pop.

EDIT: Crossdressing stewardess song was Slovenia's entry in 2002.

Lordi, hopefully not posted a million times before...

Duchess wrote:

That video makes me wish Eurovision were right now. Or this fun. Other than Lordi and that crossdressing group dressed as stewardesses it tends to be yawn ballads these days or top 40s style generic pop.

Has this been posted yet? Don't care, posting it...

Nicholaas wrote:

Has this been posted yet? Don't care, posting it.

OMG, that was amazeballs.

Quintin_Stone wrote:
Nicholaas wrote:

Has this been posted yet? Don't care, posting it.

OMG, that was amazeballs.

I got tingly watching that. Actual, legit tingling.

Who's hungry?

"Do your best to prepare for whatever whores lie ahead."

Serengeti wrote:
Quintin_Stone wrote:

Durham is the City of Medicine!

Not engineering. Or reading street signs.

Saw that a while back. Apparently that road and bridge are about 100 years old, with a 100-year-old sewer main underneath, so they couldn't lower the road without some serious expense. As for the other option, raising the bridge, apparently the bridge itself is owned by the railroad company and, since there's really no damage being done to the bridge itself, they're not exactly motivated to spend any money on it.

The best part is that there are multiple warning systems in place before the bridge including a number of signs and sensors that cause flashing lights to turn on when a vehicle that's too tall is detected, yet people still continue to hit it. Amazing.

If that's the case leave the bridge up, and put a fine for hitting it. Idiot tax. Also I love this thread, the video that show up are great.

Edwin wrote:

I love Mucha's work. Saw an original hanging in an old, abandoned house that was for sale a few years ago. Talked myself out of acquiring it.

This is a lame video that I had a hand in making for an MBA marketing class. The goal is to generate clicks. I'd be in your debt if you could do me the favor of clicking on this video. It aspires to be an attack ad about a bulldog tied to the election.

Probably old, but so awesome:

Mom trolls son, telling him that she ate all his candy. You can tell she wasn't expecting his reaction.

This is parenting. I need to know what they did right.

There is a kid who learned early that the only way to beat the trolls is not to feed them.

Bonus_Eruptus wrote:

I love Mucha's work. Saw an original hanging in an old, abandoned house that was for sale a few years ago. Talked myself out of acquiring it.

I don't know if I should praise you for having will power or admonish you for being a fool.