Man Superimposes An Entire Day Of His Front Yard's Security Cam Footage Into Two Minutes

August 8, 2019

This is a video from a Montgomery, Alabama homeowner who "superimposed security footage showing an entire day in two minutes. It looks like clones are doing an intricate ballet of surreal yard work." Um, I guess? This really is what it looks like though when the lawn care company my parents hired comes every Wednesday. They come with like eight workers and are in and out in like fifteen minutes, not even. And it's always the same: three guys on riding mowers, four dudes trimming, one dude with his shirt off leaning against their equipment trailer drinking a Big Gulp and scrolling on his phone.

Keep going for the full video.

Thanks to Ash, who agrees there should have been way more zooming and enhancing going on.

  • Talon184

    My yard doesn't see this much activity in a month

  • The_Wretched

    Try milkshakes.

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  • Aaron Hall

    Why is this special? My security system makes one of these everyday. This tech has been around for over 5 years now. This can't be new to anyone by now.

  • The_Wretched

    It's new to me.

  • Mark

    What security system do you use?

  • Aaron Hall

    Comes standard with any Lorex security system. It's actually part of the Flir software that several different companies use.

  • SmokeThatSkinWagon

    This is the first I'm seeing of it. Pretty neat!

  • jimmycleaver

    Remember the days when hardly anyone had Internet inside their homes and it took over 10 years to get everyone into it? Most likely the same it'll be for this kind of technology.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    That guy mowing the lawn must be paid by the hour, damn that's was ineffficient.

  • Closet Nerd

    The old woman walking up the walkway reminds me of the lost John Travolta gif

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