Snoop Dogg (What's My Name?) at Columbia University's Bacch*** 2011 Abacchalypse South Lawn, Columbia University 4/30/2011
Silent Energy Some say silence is golden. There are entities. Entities (or shall I say energies) in this world and solar system. They speak no words, but they know your there. Your own energy probably (possibly) is or has one. Through history, people have been fascinated by it. Often such will be steeped in symbolism and imagery. Take for instance Stargate the movie and TV series, to open the stargate to a destination one would use a combination of symbols which refer to star systems. For eons people have attempted to communicate with it. Often by attempting to tune into it (such as meditation and/or synchronization) followed by various methods of guided action. It is quite interesting given a little ESP or Extra Sensory Perception (Rather than reduced sensory perception). Such as placing ones hand on a seemingly random spot on a map or in a book followed by verbosely reading the point of reference. In Johnny Mnemonic , Keanu Reeves uses a neural connection to a visual network ( internet ). While others have created more specific tools for connected guided communication. Such as Ouija Boards, Tarot Cards, Crystal Balls and others. In AVP ( Alien versus Predator )the "Predators" use giant lasers and the laser is fired from a corridor on the ship shaped like an eye (probably referring to a CD/DVD, otherwise known as an optical drive). Notice also, they almost NEVER talk. Greenious Colorbox , Johnny Mnemonic ( Keanu Reeves ), Alien Vs Predator ( AVP laser scene ), Stargate ( Symbols ...
In The Loop Trailer - In Cinemas April 17 Britain and America; friends and allies as far back as anyone can remember. Both the US President and UK Prime Minister fancy a war but not everyone agrees including US Assistant Secretary for Diplomacy, US Army General (James Gandolfini) and a floundering British Minister Simon Foster (Tom Hollander). When Foster accidentally announces on national TV that war is unforeseeable, the British government is sent into a spiral of chaos and spin propagated by verbosely aggressive Director of Communications, Malcom Tucker (Peter Capaldi). Foster attempts to neutralise his unforeseeable comment by telling the British public to prepare to climb the mountain of conflict but soon finds himself bundled off to Washington on a fact-finder where he becomes both a pawn for the secret war committee and a poster-boy for the General and the Assistant Secretary for Diplomacys anti-war campaign. From Armando Iannucci, the comic-genius behind The Day Today, Im Alan Partridge and the BAFTA award-winning The Thick Of It and starring Tom Hollander, James Gandolfini, Peter Capaldi and Steve Coogan, comes a hilarious and biting satire on British-US relations and the lunacy of War.
New York Ranger Crisis SHOW # 149 The Mouth gives pretty good tip of the old hat to the Rangers for hosting a pretty good Draft Party shindig at the sports bar The Hill last Friday night. The Hill located in Manhattan was jam packed with Ranger psychotic devotees who were there frenzying and verbosely stating their cases for each his/her own personal favorites for the Blueshirts to pick at number ten. Amidst the frenetic energy of the Ranger fans were also three of last years 2009 draftees Ethan Werek, Chris Kreider, and Ryan Bourque who were all in attendance being introduced to the fans, all of whom were well received and terrific in their own right signing autographs and posing for pictures. The video below gives the viewer a pretty good idea of how intense things were at the draft party, especially as the draft progressed and things reached a fever pitch when highly rated defenseman Cam Fowler fell right into the Rangers lap at the number ten spot. In typical fashion the Rangers bucked convention and chose Dylan Mcilgrath, a selection which turned the happy go lucky crowd into a pitch fork waving mob. All of it captured on video for your perusal.
Snoop Dogg at Columbia University's Bacch*** 2011 Snoop's last message... Abacchalypse 4/30/2011
Frustrated Housewives Featuring Tabitha Taylor
Taters - 3 Things about Presidents and War In which the screen is overtaken by a hue of orange and I ramble semi-verbosely about Bush, Obama, and "illegal war." Then I dance like a demoniac. Check out "To America" by US Historian Stephen E. Ambrose, author of "Citizen Soldiers" and "Band of Brothers." I'm sure I will have some great things to say about it in the next couple weeks.
odds and ends 1 Well not stay gold exactly. But this footage we have accumulated over the past three years, has been needing a proper audience for quite some time now. I really don't even know what to say about this video. If you happen to make it through the whole thing i congratulate you. It's a two part series of complete gnar and Verbosely edited random footage that will inseminate your mind with past events which have already since passed. Enjoy!
SHIFT the MC & Kwest - Reflection of Life Download This Song For Free: Verse 1 [SHIFT the MC] It only takes one second to die a blink of an eye Before your lone soul just lifts up & rises Watch my life take flight I spit my heart on the mic To be or not to be is my unique reflection on life When the lights go off, I feel in tune with it all My thoughts of blurry visions and sights begin to be solved My iterations contemplated verbosely intoxicated Emanated and created but never take it verbatim I'm armed with demon forces residing beneath the darkness I'm heartless born to die alone in my apartment My soul is empty without a sin to come and tempt me Cuz evidently my life is full of pain and envy HOOK [KWEST] As I sit down and think about my life think bout who did me wrong and who did me right I never cud perceive a friend crossin me But now these thoughts bring me to reality Verse 2 [KWEST] Jumped in the vehicle with Fresh as my sidekick riding down the avenue of life when the time-ticks determined to keep my eyes-lit becuz the sizes of the tears from people crying in the field's were giant the track is the world's phynest I realized this superhuman strength of mine would be blinding would be enemies sending their hate onto my kind and the tires on the car slowly went out of alignment we gotta battle villains from the south to bronx science and while I start riots, you can excercise your mind with reciting your reflection of life during a crisis giving rise to perfection insights that are the ...
Andrew Bird - Fitz and Dizzspells (Radio City 6/18/09)
Andrew Bird - On Ho! (Radio City 6/18/09) Short clip of Andrew and Mike Lewis playing a duet (On Ho!) as an intro to Oh No. 6/18/2009 (sorry for the bad quality. sound's good though!)
The Parable of the Grieving Clowns By Rev. Nate Walker of the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia Tripping over one another three grieving clowns stumbled up the hillside. The first clown wailed and bemoaned and used his glistening trophies to collect his tears. "Look at my pain," he'd cry. "I've earned so many trophies of tears." He blubbered, "I'm the King of Despair." The trophies hung from the bar that spread over the back of his neck, as if he was a nine***th century farm boy delivering milk. Every once in a while he'd clumsily fall and the tears would spill from the trophies. In those moments, he would verbosely lament, "My trophies, my trophies must hold more tears: proof of my pain!" The second clown, a ballerina, stoically faced the horizon. Not even the warm light reflecting off the amber clouds could reveal her invisible tears. The inconspicuous water could not be seen running down her cheek, nor down the lacy ruffles; by the time they reached her ankle the tears began to collect in her pointe shoes made of glass. Even though trying to appear weightless, the legs of the ballerina clown moved like stilts. The only sign of her grief was found in her pristine slippers that were overflowing with salty water, leaving a trail of tears. The third clown, with many colorful orbs hovering around her, had the deepest of frowns. As a tear would fall down her cheek she'd catch it with her tongue and blow the tear into the air while making a wish. The tear would transform into an expansive luminescent ...
Perfect Kickflip?? you decide....& maybe even invest some of your precious time used to viewing this verbosely viewed video that i put up age's ago as a joke for my good'ol buddy sam hodges. And compensate the views to some of my much more recent videos that make a "Perfect kickflip" video look like an earth on the edge of the universe..... not even knowing ....what da fakkk?
BEARTRAPS! (deschooling + child-led learning + critical thinking + a faulty chromosome) "..today's students are not prepared to critically evaluate the information they find..." Hmm... I wonder WHY? Upon finally learning to speak, children incessantly inquire "why?" That this youthful quest for understanding be referred to in the American vernacular by the disdainful term "the terrible twos" speaks tragic volumes. A response to my disheartening stint as a public school prisoner (and then prison guard/teacher), "Beartraps!" compresses exhaustive research and a childhood of suspicions into one (verbosely) succinct statement: When ignorant adults (be they family, teacher or ordained minister) threaten with violent punishment for disobeying their/God's commandments--thereby instilling fearful lies into children under the guise of "truth"--it quite often destroys the kids' innate thirst for knowledge, and should unequivocally be considered ABUSE.
Andrew Bird - Cataracts (Radio City 6/18/09) Gorgeous song. Sorry the video is so dark - blame it on the stage lighting!
bored bored perspective In which I pontificate verbosely about DnD classes applied IRL. Also in which I pursue a thought that has been taking up 80% of my available CPU time.
CRASH Multi angle -Mika Hakkinen Adelaide 95. Mika Hakkinen crashes his Mclaren into the barrier in qualifying. Gp australia 95. He was in coma for some time. Recovering from this severe crash and going on to fully regaining his confidence and speed, becoming world champion twice (1998, 1999). hristoitchov wrote: Mika owes his life to the two expert medics that luckily happened to be very close to the site of crash and attended Hakkinen before his brain ran completely out of oxygen to become permanently damaged or dead because that was what was happening. He couldn't breathe, he had swallowed his tongue, they punctured his trachea to deal with that. Of course Watkins took over after but that happened some minutes later and by then Mika was already out of danger.
Kentaro the 13th Vlogs Verbosely, About Nothing K13 X Part1 408b Vlog About Nothing Verbosely r2 = slbrv This is what happens when you leave yourself with no place to sleep... and are also a Physics student (ie Lazy!). Rather than clear off my bed or something, which involves moving furniture and glass (yes, glass, the breakable stuff!), I decided to just make this vlog and do diddly squat until dawn... Okay, well, that might not work... I might have to sleep in my sofa-chair tonight.... Lesson: always make sure you have a place to sleep. And don't make vlogs when you're not rested. Or do. I dunno. PS Welcome back, keyeske! - Keyeske Returns !!!!
Eurovision 1989-1998 competition of the decade, part 2 NOTE! Closed captions available if you want to read my ramblings. Press the "CC" button Part 2 of 3. It seems to my tiny mind (as I know to some of yours) that since televoting and the abolition of the language rule, Eurovision has gone to the dogs somewhat. So here is my very personal look at the last ten years of "real" Eurovision, 1989 to 1998. I've chosen my favourite song from each country over the ten years, and put them in the order I would put them in if they were all in one contest and I were the jury. In order to qualify a country has had to participate at least three times in the period. As this is mainly for my own amusement, and I think all the songs are worth listening to, I've used quite a sizeable chunk of each one, going over more than one video. So if they're too long for you, sorry but... I'm not sorry! Opinions welcomed of course... Oh, and one last thing to note: all former Yugoslav countries have been grouped together, as I couldn't see any other fair way of doing it. Part 1: Part 3: If I have used *your* videos then thank you - or if you wish I hadn't, let me know and I'll take this down.
Andrew Bird w/ Calexico - Tables and Chairs (Radio City NY 6/18/09) Fantastic version of "Tables and Chairs". Last song of his set, before the encore. (Again, apologies for any blurriness or shakiness. See zarathustra802's version for a close-up version. I just uploaded this because it shows the light effects, etc well... plus the sound is nice :D )