This is a video of a bunch of good dogs patiently waiting for their names to be called to leave the yard. I like how a couple of them have to be called in pairs. The buddy system: it's alive and well. I also like how the last dog, Echo, is too busy staring into space to notice his name has been called. That is basically me in dog form. What's that sound, anyways? "The fire alarm." So.... "You should probably evacuate the building." But it's finally not freezing in here for once.
This is a video of Ryan Belz setting a new daytime Price Is Right Plinko record, with $31,500 in winnings (people have won more playing the game, but only during special nighttime shows when the middle slot awards $20,000 instead of $10,000). He goes absolutely nuts, and at one point starts chanting his own name with the crowd. That was as bold move, and I liked it. The next chance I get I'm going to start chanting my own name, hopefully at a friend's wedding during the vows.
Sorry about my absence yesterday, folks, I was traveling and didn't have an internet connection. It was horrible and I almost died, I don't know how people do it.
Because this is the world we live in now, here's a video of Smash Mouth's 'All Star', performed with the sampled sound of a whirling fidget spinner. There is nothing you can do to prepare yourself for just how awful this truly is. I'm pretty sure it took years off my life. It's like that machine that Westley gets hooked up to in The Princess Bride. I need like ten Miracle Max chocolate balls now just to live till tomorrow.
Keep going for the video, as well as the original for reference while I Van Gogh both my ears.
Sometimes you just need to see a bunch of kittens romping around and having the time of their little lives in a pile of torn up paper (in my mind they're all my delinquent bills I've been trying to ignore). It serves as an important reminder that life isn't that bad. Sure it sucks sometimes, but then there's this. I just bookmarked it to remind myself of that whenever I'm feeling down. I also just bookmarked a recipe for how to make copycat Chick-fil-A sandwiches at home for the same reason, so I might not the life coach you're looking for (I am though and we both know it).
Keep going for the video, and if it doesn't make you happy, you might want to seriously consider that manned mission to Mars, but I'm not sure what else earth has to offer.
Seen here performing in what appears to be the rec room of my grandmother's retirement community, accordion duo Viktor and Vasyl Kravchuk (that's two Vasyls in two articles - a new record!) play John Williams' iconic Imperial March from Star Wars. I don't know about you, but I feel like it really captured the carnival feel that the original was missing.
This is a video of boxer Vasyl Lomochenko demonstrating his very impressive hand-eye coordination by boxing a tennis ball on an elastic band attached to his hat. It's like next-level paddle ball. Which, for the record, I suck at. I'm usually only good for a hit or two before I miss a bunch and get so frustrated I rip the ball off the rubber band and insist I just wanted a bouncy-ball anyways.
Keep going for the whole video while I poke myself in the eye with my straw trying to drink a smoothie.
This is a video from Baltimore, Maryland of a city-hired demolition crew accidentally knocking over the building next to the one they're supposed to be demolishing. It looks like the chimney falling cause a chain reaction of structural fail. Now I'm not saying I saw an accident coming from a mile away, but you definitely could have seen it from the moon. QUESTION: is all it takes to be a demolition crew a heavy-duty excavator to operate and a will to destroy? Because I'll go to the bank and get a small business loan right this second. Also, I love how the excavator operator just keeps tearing away at the building after destroying the other one. It's like he knows he's gonna get fired and just really wants to wreck shit one last time. I can respect that.
Keep going for the video, the woopsie daisy starts around 0:50.