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PostPosted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 18:06 
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Statham isn't dancing to the video - he's in the video. That mess is the video.

He can't dive, either.

Also: Holly is so very, very beautiful.

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Gotta love a metal cover of a familiar song! RAWK!


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Talking of covers, I've possibly posted this before, but I love this cover of 'Video Games' done with a couple of Game Boys. The old videogames in the video help too

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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Gotta love a metal cover of a familiar song! RAWK!

I can't get enough of this.

The outro is fucking brutal, too.

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I know right? He's got whole albums of this stuff!


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Genie in a bottle sounds like it should have been done like this in the first place :)


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Oh shit son!


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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Giphy "rawk":
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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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His missus ain't no slouch either.


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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I spent the afternoon listening to those covers. He is really good.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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I do have one criticism of him, and that's that his solos often sound like they've come from a different song. A minor thing really, who cares he rocks!


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I'm doing a lot of miles at the moment, working in Glasgow and Edinburgh during the week, driving up on Monday mornings and back to Manchester on Friday afternoon. Having seen a lot of lunacy on the road in the last couple of weeks, I thought it would be a good idea to get a dashcam to record some of it and also in case I have any unfortunate events. Lovely drive home today though. For a change, rain wasn't going horizontally when I was coming through the borders. Here's 3 minutes of one of the best bits. No incidents, no idiots, no sound.


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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Impressive as that dude was, there's no way he should have been doing that with actual people in the firing line.

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It's ok, he's such a badass that in the event of an accident he could murder all the witnesses in seconds. Problem solved!


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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We were chatting about JAM at work and Chris Morris and Four Lions and suchlike in general. This sketch always stuck with me. (Close frontrunner with 'Sex For Houses' for most fucked-up thing in the series. I mean fucked-up in a good way.)

NOTE - Some people may find it upsetting.



Oh yes and here's Sex For Houses.


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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Impressive as that dude was, there's no way he should have been doing that with actual people in the firing line.

Might even be against the law, reckless endangerment and all that.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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So are knife throwing acts illegal?


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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Good question. I guess not. Which seems ludicrous now that I think about it.

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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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But then you'd need to start banning loads of dangerous things that people do voluntarily. If he was shooting arrows around random passers by that would obviously be different.


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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True.

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So are knife throwing acts illegal?

Generally speaking, knife throwing acts don't involve the throwing of knives...


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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Another Friday, another drive back from Glasgow to Manchester. A few years ago I was driving my wife and two friends down this stretch of the M74 at 70mph, overtaking an Eastern European truck when he pulled out and hit the back of the Honda Aerodeck we were in, pushed our rear end into the central crash barrier, which bounced us 180 degrees, and we shot across both lanes and the hard shoulder going backwards finally coming to rest against the crash barrier on the shoulde and the car was about six inches narrower. How the hell we got out of that with only some seat belt bruising and a bit of whiplash, I’ll never know.

Anyway, this close call happened last Friday.


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DavPaz wrote:

Gotta love a metal cover of a familiar song! RAWK!


Very good. Thanks. :metul:

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Luvvin this Yes remix.


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 Post subject: Re: YouTube - Highlights
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Mam, your house is on fire.

https://youtu.be/PY9qVYsAiNk

Oh, hang on...

Edit: The front page of Reddit has some great old COPS clips in a thread. They’re all great shit.


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That was oddly compelling.

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Sort of similarly I saw this on twitter this morning:



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I watched that and thought it was thrilling!


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I watched that and thought it was thrilling!


:this: I thought the blue had lost it and couldn’t possibly recover and actually wanted it to win. Great fun.

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Three-minute video about the bloke behind the Mortal Kombat announcer voice and a lot of pinball stuff.

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I enjoyed that! Thanks. He seemed like such a nice bloke as well.


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My mother, who has a little etsy shop selling knitting stuff, has put up a video talking about a certain knitting technique. Much to everyone's surprise, it's managed to notch up 200k views. I think she might be a Youtube star or have gone viral or be a disruptive paradigm or something.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ox-bEaVaKLs


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Squirtma is great!!! I watched that whole video, which is rare for me as I get bored, but there seems to be a bit of research behind her technique, which is what kept me watching. Who set up the filming? It’s a nice, unobscured angle.

Also, I like the wheel. Does she spin much?

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Does your ma make little Sylvanian families clothes?!

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Mimi wrote:
Squirtma


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Mimi wrote:
Squirtma is great!!! I watched that whole video, which is rare for me as I get bored, but there seems to be a bit of research behind her technique, which is what kept me watching. Who set up the filming? It’s a nice, unobscured angle.

Also, I like the wheel. Does she spin much?


She does spin! She used to a lot, but less now. Much of my childhood was surrounded by bags of fleece. She set the camera up herself - I think it's a basic little one, with a cheap mic.

She makes little clothes, and sells that patterns at http://www.woollywoodlanders.co.uk/


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Mimi wrote:
Squirtma is great!!! I watched that whole video, which is rare for me as I get bored, but there seems to be a bit of research behind her technique, which is what kept me watching. Who set up the filming? It’s a nice, unobscured angle.

Also, I like the wheel. Does she spin much?


She does spin! She used to a lot, but less now. Much of my childhood was surrounded by bags of fleece. She set the camera up herself - I think it's a basic little one, with a cheap mic.

She makes little clothes, and sells that patterns at http://www.woollywoodlanders.co.uk/


Yes, that’s the site I found when I was googling and wondered if it was the same person owned them.

Cool stuff! Yootoob star! She’ll be up with Stuart Ashens soon enough.

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What witchcraft is THIS???? Put yer mouse pointer in the frame while it's playing, then click and hold and move your mouse around. Or if you're using a tablet, just tip and tilt it. My mind is :blown: .


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I always found this 360 video rather fascinating too, despite not being particularly interested in aeroplanes -

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They're quite cool to watch with a VR headset on too, although the lack of resolution really shows.


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I'd seen 360 photos, but never videos. It freaked me out the first time I saw it on my iPad, not knowing what it was and then noticing the view move when I tilted my screen.

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I'd seen 360 photos, but never videos.

I've seen loads more than that AND videos.

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Saw this on everyone's favourite data-harvesting site yesterday.



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