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Strangers Help People Stuck In Burning Car

There's a lot to despise about humanity. The service van that can't get around this incident fast enough is a good example. Look, however, at all the people that stopped to help out this poor woman and young child inside. The YouTube video description has more info on what happened if you're curious. The short version is that without any action on the strangers' part, this likely would have been fatal for the people inside the car. (via Jalopnik)


For this Friday entry, a group I don't necessarily care for all that much, a song I don't necessarily like all that much, but a message that I think's important. (Please note, I don't dislike it, just not my normal "thing"). Have a good weekend, everybody.

Bad Panoramics

Thanks to Ben. I needed a good pick me up. Horribly failed panoramics are a good start.

No Words

I said enough on my Twitter. Rest in peace.

Video From Last Night

Video from the Ustream session last night.

Live Show Tonight

We plan on hitting the air around 730 central time.

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream


Ack! I'm late! Sorry! Here's Dave Grohl, Josh Homme and Trent Reznor in the same video! Ah!

8-Bit Soundtrack: The Matrix

Have you ever wondered what The Matrix might sound like if they replaced the entire soundtrack with nothing but old school video sounds? You're in luck. Thank you Ben for bringing this to my attention.

I Don't Even . . .

Back in 1996, there was a basketball match involving NBA stars. It wasn't an official NBA match. In fact, it had little to do with any actual basketball. However, Charles Barkley, Jason Kidd and Michael Finley took on sumo wrestlers in Japan. It was a promotional tour for Nike. This is almost as sad as it is strange to see NBA players casually meandering around the court while the sumo wrestlers hold themselves back from bear-hugging their opposition into submission. (via Deadspin)

EDIT: Why is the Charlie Brown music playing the background, and how did I miss that my first watch?

Randal's Monday Trailer

Point-and-click adventures are a genre on a comeback tour. I can't recall the last time I've seen such a large number of games at my fingertips. Consider me equally as surprised that Clerks' Randal is getting his own adventure in this genre. . . in a row?

Yeah, I was stretching for a reference there.

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