This is an Australian news broadcast from 1962 asking people on the streets of Sydney if they believe there's life on other planets. The answers are pretty evenly mixed with about half saying yes, half saying no, one guy saying the Bible wouldn't allow it, one man who's German, and one guy who says he's actually seen a flying saucer. Unfortunately, nobody insisted they are an alien, which was a missed opportunity if you ask me. PROTIP: when you're given a shot, take it.
This is a short video of life in a nutshell starring a woman somewhere tropical trying to jump onto a pool float but the wind catching it right as she's jumping, causing her to bellyflop. I've done that before. I mean of course I've bellyflopped, but I meant I've moved out of the way when a girl was trying to jump on me before. Specifically my girlfriend. "Worst dance partner ever." I panicked!
Keep going for the video, complete with slow motion.
This is Eclectic Method's 'Boom Bang', a song made from a kid making weapon sound effects, with clips from war movies acting as the song's music video. I'll be honest, when it first started I wasn't that into it, but by the time I was thirty seconds deep I had already made it my ringtone and was searching online how to hack my doorbell.
Keep going for the video, and "Don't worry the kid doing the sound effects didn't watch Apocalypse Now, didn't really say 'I love the smell of Napalm in the morning' and doesn't really know what these sounds are , except maybe the helicopter." Well that's a relief.
This is a video of both the first (February 19, 1968) and last (August 31, 2001) times Mister Rogers sang 'Won't You Be My Neighbor' on his show, some 33 years apart. My God, what a treat that man was. You think he and Bob Ross were friends? Because in my mind they were, and in my mind they hung out on Friday nights and just had the best, happiest, most wholesome fun. *huffing spray deodorant* The times we would have had together.
This is a video from German traveler Tomson capturing a view of the crystal-clear water and rock formations of Barracuda Lake in the Philippines. Wow, Mother Nature, trying to make up for yesterday's snail zombifying parasitic worms I see. Well nice try but it isn't going to work! I don't just forget about....I don't just forget about -- dammit, I need to take more ginkgo biloba. Apparently Barracuda Lake was actually named for the unusually large barracuda that can be found there, although I suppose they could have named it No GW Lake for the very same reason.
This is a video of a man who's no doubt got his eyes set on the circus demonstrating his bounce juggling prowess. Impressive. I like how he even throughs in a twirl mid-performance, that was a nice touch. And the smile he gives the camera at the end, man -- that's the look of a man who KNOWS he can steal your girlfriend. 5/5 but would not invite to perform at my birthday party.
This is a video from a house party I wasn't invited to (looks lame anyways) of a guy on top of a virtual tightrope or rooftop or something doing a bellyflop from the virtual height and smacking the very real pavement below with his face. Why would you do that? Do people really get this lost in virtual reality? I don't get it. "Drugs?" Haha, nice try, HR -- but I ain't peeing in nothing for you today. And don't even think about touching the Arizona Iced Tea can under my desk.
A man wearing a custom television helmet (presumably a member of Daft Punk) has left over 50 old TVs on porches in Henricho County, Virginia under the cover of darkness. Several of his special deliveries were caught on home security cameras, but the man has not been identified and police suspect it's just a prank and that all the televisions (which have already been rounded up by authorities) will not turn on simultaneously and start broadcasting Television Head's list of demands or he'll destroy all TV streaming services. As one of the news anchors in the video clip concludes, "It's somebody's art project or something, watch -- it'll show up in a museum." Sherlock Holmes, ladies and gentlemen! It'll show up in a museum.
Keep going for a short video news report which includes footage a few of the deliveries.