Wednesday, December 21, 2011

The Dark Knight Rises and The Hobbit Trailers

Wow, so two movies that I'm super excited about just released their trailers. So far, seems like they won't disappoint. Interesting that both trailers feature songs being sung a capella by characters in the movie. Whatever, just enjoy:

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Michael Myers Halloween Scare Prank

Few things are more fun than scaring someone. It's literally one of my favorite things to do.

Almost as fun is watching someone else get scared on video. This clip I am about to share is 12 minutes of glorious scare pranking. I only wish I had somehow been involved.

Hopefully it doesn't get taken down before you get a chance to see it. Some guy dressed up in a Michael Myers outfit and hid around a movie theater scaring all the patrons.

It's worth every second of the 12.38 minutes, but if you only have 15 seconds to spare, skip to the 12:00 mark. If you have a minute and a half to spare, add the 3:12-4:30 portion on top of that. It's an epic confrontation.

Warning: there is NSFW language in this clip.

I don't know who made this video, but if I ever find out, I'll be sure to share it with you. The guy playing Michael Myers does a great job of doing scary stabbing motions with his arm. I think my favorite thing is when someone will get scared of him standing there, thinking he's fake, then get even more scared when he stabs at them.

And if you enjoy watching people get scared as much as I do, here's an added bonus:
Scaring Little Kids

Friday, October 21, 2011

Penguin Thief

Hilarious criminal penguins clip from BBC One's Frozen Planet. Be sure to watch all the way to the end.

Thursday, October 06, 2011

Best Illusions on the Internet

I've decided to compile an ongoing list of the best illusions on the internet. Be sure to let me know if you come across any awesome illusions, so I can add them to the list.

I divided them into two easy to find sections: Optical Illusions and Auditory Illusions. Seems like those are the only two possible illusions, but the internet is a crazy place, so you never know.


1) Black and White Castle Illusion

We'll start things off with a fun little video displaying the optical illusion known as "Chromatic Adaptation." The image of a black and white castle will be magically filled with natural colors, right before your eyes. Amazing!

2) The Hollow Face Illusion

The Hollow Face Illusion, or Hollow Mask Illusion, is where the inside of a mask looks like a normal face. Or to put it into scientific mumbo-jumbo, "the perception of a concave mask of a face appears as a normal convex face." Apparently we're so used to seeing normal faces that we just can't make sense of it any other way.

This first example is my favorite video of the Hollow Face Illusion. This guy does a good job of explaining the effect while it's happening. Plus he has a British accent, so you feel smarter after listening to him:

Hollow Face Optical Illusion - Charlie Chaplin

Another cool example of this illusion is the Gardner Dragon. As a bit of history, this paper dragon was created by Jerry Andrus as a part of Gathering for Gardner.

Gathering for Gardner Dragon

As an interesting side note, if you are schizophrenic, you won't be fooled by the hollow face illusion. See this article for details: Hollow mask illusion fails to fool schizophrenia patients

If you want to see plenty more examples of the hollow face illusion, just click here.

3) The Checker Shadow Illusion

The Checker Shadow Illusion is a popular illusion created by Professor Edward Adelson at MIT. Believe it or not, the squares labeled "A" and "B" are actually the same shade of gray. Below are a couple of cool videos that demonstrate the effect.

Checker Shadow Illusion Revealed Using Photoshoop

Checker Shadow Illusion Revealed Using Life-Sized Model


1) Shepard's Ascending Tone

We'll start of the sound illusions with a fun little video that shows an example of Shepard's Ascending Tone. Listen to the video as the tones appear to "creep up" the scale. Wild and crazy stuff!

2) Falling Bells Illusion

For this illusion, you need to be wearing headphones. I guess you don't have to wear headphones, but it's better if you do. The bells will sound like they're falling all around you. And that the tones are getting lower and lower, but really they aren't. It's a mindblow for sure.

3) The McGurk Effect

Anything I could possibly explain about the McGurk Effect can be summed up in the following video. It's quite the informational treasure trove.

I'm also throwing in the following video of the effect, because it shows the "ga ga ga" sound. First, listen to this video with your eyes closed. I think most people hear the "ba ba ba" sound. Then play it again and watch it. You should hear "ga ga ga."

4) The Virtual Barber Shop

This next illusion is one of my absolute favorites. You definitely need to put on headphones for this effect. It is a demonstration of stereo sound, and you'll be able to hear sounds in space as if they are actually moving around you. The best way to explain it is to say, it is awesome!

5) Phantom Words

This next auditory illusion is actually kinda creepy. Apparently all that is playing is meaningless noise. However as you listen to that noise, your brain will start to pick out words and phrases to make sense of everything. The weird thing is that these words will start changing. I hear different words all the time. It's a weird feeling.

Bonus "Brain Game" Footage:

Thanks to Brian for pointing these out. Nat Geo has a program called Brain Games, and they pretty much cover everything in this post. So, if you still haven't gotten your fill of illusions, I'll add episodes as I find them. Enjoy!

Brain Games - Watch This

Brain Games - Pay Attention

Brain Games - Remember This

Monday, September 19, 2011

Guy on a Buffalo

*UPDATE* Episode 4 is out (thanks Possum Posse for stopping by to comment)! I'll just keep adding them to the bottom of this post as more episodes come out.

So I was meandering through the internet and came across this video:

I thought it was hilarious. Well it turns out the footage is actually from a real movie that came out in 1978: Buffalo Rider. So then I found the original trailer to Buffalo Rider.

Well things got even better, because Buffalo Rider is now part of the public domain, and you can enjoy this amazing movie in its entirety, absolutely free!

Anyways, the point of this post is for you to watch the Guy on a Buffalo clip, cause it's hilarious. Looks like it's Episode 1, so we can only hope that there's plenty more Guy on a Buffalo to come.

Also, it's genius, because first the guy came up with his own theme song for Buffalo Rider. Then he took clips from the movie and turned the song into a literal version. That's just brilliant.

As an update, I found out that the genius creator behind Guy on a Buffalo is Jomo Edwards of the band The Possum Posse. Be sure to go over to their site and send them some love, cause this stuff is hilarious.

Episode 2 (Orphans, Cougars & What Not)

I think I like Episode 1 better than Episode 2, but this one doesn't disappoint. I still haven't watched the whole movie, and it's way more entertaining this way. Can't wait for the next one!

Episode 3: Finale Part 1 (Origins, Villains & The Like)

So episode 3 just came out, and to everyone's horror, it's titled "Finale." The good news is that it's only part one of the finale. Hopefully there are 20 parts.

Episode 4: Finale Part 2 (Rehab, Vengeance & What Have You)

Well, sadly the day has come. It appears this will be the final episode. It was a good run. Thanks for all the memories Guy on a Buffalo!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Best Piano Covers of All Time

So this post is basically a place for me to house my favorite piano covers. I'll be updating this post as I find them. Perhaps you'll enjoy a few as well. If you have any recommendations, I'd love to hear from you.

Jonathan Wey (aka: JWey or "The Tickler") - NFL Medley
This is one of my favorite piano covers ever. Unfortunately, it's not the greatest video of the song, because there's lots of background noise and drunken Colts fans. There's a good chance our performer may also be slightly intoxicated. It's also an unfinished piece, so hopefully someday The Tickler will take the time to finish the song, and then do a proper recording.

This medley is a genius blend of all the major NFL themes from various networks throughout the history of the NFL. JWey is a composition master who should really have all of his various off-the-cuff medleys recorded somewhere for all of us to enjoy. For now, this clip will have to do.

Viktoriya Yermolyeva (aka: Vika) - Master of Puppets in Zurich
Vika is a beast of a pianist. She's a classically trained Ukranian who decided to bless us all with tons of sweet cover songs. She covers all kinds of music; from metal to rock to alternative, etc. Her phrasing is seriously amazing. That last sentence is a nice rhyme, but I have no idea what it means.

It was a tough job, but I picked out a favorite to share. Hopefully it will inspire you to check out her other cover songs, because they are probably the best on Youtube. Here's a link to her channel: vkgoeswild. My favorite Vika cover song is Master of Puppets, and she played it on a grand piano in Zurich.

The Blindfolded Pianist - Super Mario Medley

I first saw this video 8 years ago on eBaum's World. At the time, Youtube did not exist and watching homemade videos online was new and exciting stuff (see here). This video amazed me. Eight years later, I'm still amazed. It's a long clip, so if you don't have time, skip to 9:14 and watch his left hand move like a freaking hummingbird.

Stewart Bozarth (aka: stewboz83) - Baba O'Riley
This is probably my current favorite piano cover. Mostly because it's such a great song to begin with. It's not as technically impressive as Vika or the Blindfolded Pianist, and the vocals are kind of a letdown, but I absolutely love this cover.

Friday, September 09, 2011

World's Largest and Smallest Stop-Animation Shorts

Just a couple of fun stop-animation videos. If you're interested, be sure to take the time to watch the making of videos for both. Good stuff.


Dot. The Making Of.


Gulp. The Making Of.

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Normal Guy, Normal Walk: Going to the Store


I think my favorite is the walk he uses going into the parking garage.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Bike Lane

Guy gets a ticket for not riding in the bike lane. Makes a video to prove a point. Hilariousness ensues:

Friday, June 10, 2011

Proper Urinal Etiquette

The other day I ventured into the restroom to relieve myself of some liquid waste. There were three urinals lined up next to a single stall. An elderly gentleman was already stationed at the urinal on the far right. Following proper man-law, I positioned myself in front of the urinal on the far left.

Things were moving along quite well, when I noticed the elderly gentleman was no longer keeping his head forward and his eyes up. I could feel him looking at me. I froze like a deer in headlights. My mind was racing to figure how to handle the situation, when the man broke the awkward silence.

"Those are nice shoes." Yeah right. My shoes are two years old and horribly scuffed up.

Again, I was unsure how to handle myself. Speaking of which, I had finished my business, but was too afraid to move. In a matter of seconds, my brain whipped up a response that would both establish my sexual preference and deflect the compliment away from me. "My wife picks out all of my clothes; she'll appreciate the compliment."

He responded with a comment about his own wife, which diffused the situation. I was able to zip up and we bantered at the sink for a few moments and continued about our day. When it was all over, I reflected on the whole scenario and figured that perhaps not everyone is aware of standard "Proper Urinal Etiquette."

(Thanks to Phil for the pic!)

To begin, I consider Proper Urinal Etiquette to be a subsection of man-laws. It's something that should come naturally to all men. It is an unwritten code that all men know and follow. When proper etiquette is not followed, chaos ensues. The entire vibe of the restroom is thrown off and nobody can perform. You might as well leave and try again later.

The following is by no means an exhaustive list. Some situations just cannot be planned for, and you'll need to follow your instinct. If this list comes as a surprise to you, then please don't follow your instinct. And for the love of all things holy, learn how to behave at a urinal!

Proper Urinal Etiquette

1) The One Gap Rule. When possible, always leave at least one urinal empty between yourself and the occupied urinal. Take the urinal that leaves the widest gap possible, while keeping in mind that there also needs to be an available gap for the next guy.

2) The Head Forward Rule. This is the Golden Rule of Proper Urinal Etiquette. When occupying your urinal, there is absolutely no reason for you to turn your head. All of your attention should be directed at the business in front of you. The only exception to this rule is when an entertaining advertisement has been provided up on the wall. In this case, if you turn your head, be sure to over-exaggerate keeping your head up.

3) The Don't Talk To Strangers Rule. Urinal stations are not country clubs or chat rooms. You're not there to make new friends. When a man stands in front of a urinal, he has one thing on his mind. Chatting him up should be the last thing on your mind. Pretty much any rule you learned about strangers when you were a child can be applied to urinal etiquette. Don't take candy from them either.

4) The Keep Your Pubes In Your Pants Rule.
I have no idea how so many pubes find their way onto the urinal. It's gross and we don't need reminders that you were there. If this is a problem for you, just use the stall instead and flush your hairs down the toilet.

5) The No Dumping Rule. This may seem to be an obvious rule. However, I have seen it before and consider it a major faux pas.

I hope this list helps. Be sure to play The Urinal Game below and test your skills on urinal etiquette.

The Urinal Game

Also, this picture was taken in the same restroom that I had my encounter in. Notice the sign and the automatic flushing urinal:

Monday, May 16, 2011

Homeless People Secretly Living In Your Attic

Have you ever had the feeling that you might have a ghost living in your house? And that it steals your clothes just to mess with you? Or maybe you have food in your pantry that seems to vanish. Well, it may actually be worse than ghosts. You could have a homeless person living in your attic.

To be honest, I don't know if that's worse than ghosts. But it sure is messed up.

Recently, I've done quite a bit of research on the topic. That means I did a google search for "secretly lives in attic." In my studies, I have found three actual cases where this happened. I was so amazed, I had to share. So here they are, in order from: "That's messed up" to "dude, shut the eff up, there's no way that happened, and if it did, it must have happened in Japan."

The Story of Miguel Lua

(Miguel Lua's "Attic-Home")

Our first story is a classic, "crazy-stalker-creepy boyfriend goes nuts on his girlfriend" type of case. Apparently, Miguel Lua is the jealous type, so he decided the best way to keep tabs on his ex-girlfriend would be to hide out in her attic for a few days. The article I read refers to her as Lua's "girlfriend," but they also mention that she had obtained restraining orders against him. So, I'm going out on a limb and at least giving her credit for breaking up with him. Here's the creepy highlights from the article:

"One of our deputies actually crawled up into the attic and found him in there hiding under some insulation and evidence appears he had been there some time, there were several burnt candles that were fresh, a Pendleton jacket, and some shoes, appeared he been staying up there on and off for who knows how long."

The girlfriend first thought something was out of place when she noticed her cell phone was missing.

MacKenzie says, "The scary part is he came down sometime during the night to steal her cell phone while it was charging to go through it to see if she had been calling any guys or new boyfriends."

Lua faces a stalking charge, violation of the restraining order, and burglary charge.

The Story of Stanley Carter

Meet Stanley Carter. In December of 2008, he had himself a Merry Little Christmas in the attic of the Ferrance family in Philadelphia. Stanley spent about a week in their attic. Below are the article highlights, followed by a video newscast that covers the whole event pretty well.

Homeowner Stacy Ferrance said: "When he came down from the attic, he was wearing my daughter's pants and my sweat shirt and sneakers. "From what I gather, he was helping himself to my home, eating my food and stealing my clothes."

"When we were going through the inventory of what he did take, we found a note labelled 'Stanley's Christmas List' of all the items he had removed from the residence and donated to himself," said Plains Township police Officer Michael Smith.

His attorney, public defender Basil Russin, said Carter, "He was very peaceful up there and kept to himself."

Sources: Police Oracle

The Story of Tatsuko Horikawa

The most ridiculous story is unsurprisingly from Japan. What makes it amazing is that this 58-year old woman lived in another man's closet, unnoticed... FOR A YEAR! The homeowner got suspicious after food was disappearing from his kitchen. He then installed security cameras, and noticed images of someone going through his house while he was gone. Here are the highlights from the article:

“We searched the house ... checking everywhere someone could possibly hide,” Itakura said. “When we slid open the shelf closet, there she was, nervously curled up on her side."

The woman told police she had no place to live and first sneaked into the man’s house about a year ago when he left it unlocked.

Police suspect she might have been closet-hopping, moving from house to house.

She had moved a mattress into the small closet space and apparently even took showers, Itakura said, calling the woman "neat and clean."


Sources: MSNBC

Bonus Homeless Person Story!
I also came across this creepy video of a guy who claims to have caught a woman hiding in his closet. The only reason this isn't included in the above list is that some claim it is a hoax and I couldn't find any news articles verifying the story. Still an entertaining video:

Update: More Crazy People Living in Attics!
Just when you think there's no way this stuff still happens, it happens again.  Not to be outdone by the homeless, another crazy boyfriend has found his way back up into an ex's attic.  In Rock Hill, South Carolina, some crazy dude got out of jail and figured the best place to hole up for a few weeks would be his ex-girlfriend's attic.  He slept in the heating unit.  Here's the highlights:

She heard a thump coming from the ceiling after she put her children to bed Saturday night.

Officers did find several "Route 44" Sonic cups filled with feces and urine in the attic.

The man also appeared to have rigged the ceiling vents so he could see into the woman's bedroom.

The only entrance to the attic is inside the home, in the hall that connects her children's bedrooms. 

"Then all the nails just popped out of the ceiling over my bed. Like 'bing, bing, bing,'" said the woman.
And below is a videoclip from the local news.


Thursday, May 12, 2011

Frank Abagnale: Catch Me If You Can

Came across this video of Frank Abagnale giving a brief synopsis of his life. The dude was a crazy genius. Ran away from home at age 16 and made millions forging checks and identities for the next five years or so. Watch his story in his own words, it really is an amazing story.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Talking Funny: Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Ricky Gervais, and Louis CK

Talking Funny is an HBO special where Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Louis CK, and Ricky Gervais sit down together and talk about being comedians. It's one of the more interesting things I've seen in a while, so I thought I would share.

The entire special is around an hour long, so view it in chunks if you don't have the time now. There's lots of funny stuff in there, but honestly, the best part is listening to some comic geniuses discuss their craft. See if you can pick out the least experienced comic. As a warning (or a bonus?), there is some NSFW language and crude subject matter. Hope you enjoy:

Friday, May 06, 2011

The Euthanasia Coaster

Suppose you could choose how you wanted to die. What if one of your options was death by roller coaster? Imagine slowly moving up the lift to a height of 1,673 feet (almost the same as the Sears Tower). This climb would take about two minutes, which is plenty of time to think back over your life. Then there's a ten second drop where you reach a top speed of 220mph. After this drop, you enter into seven consecutive loops where you experience 10g, and eventually pass out (G-induced Loss Of Consciousness). Except that you pass out permanently.

Julijonas Urbonas designed the "Euthanasia Coaster." It is "engineered to humanely – with elegance and euphoria – take the life of a human being." Apparently, the loss of oxygen to the brain creates a state of euphoria and then the passenger just loses consciousness and dies. Not a bad way to go?

At any rate, the coaster is purely hypothetical and will probably never be built. I just thought it was extremely interesting (although sort of sick and morbid), so thought I'd share. Below is a quick video of Mr. Urbonas explaining the design.

If you're still interested in more, here is a link to his site where he goes into all the details about the "Euthanasia Coaster." It really is interesting if you can get past the purpose of the whole thing: Euthanasia Coaster

And for fun, here's a video of a pilot experiencing GLOC:

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Movie Review: Thor

You may be thinking, "How can you be writing a review about a movie that hasn't come out yet?" The answer is: I won tickets to a pre-screening of Thor! Suckers!

No, but really, I got to go to a screening of Thor last night. Here's a few things I learned if you ever get tickets to see a blockbuster movie before it's actually released:

1) Get there early. They overbooked the theater, so even though people had tickets, a lot of them didn't get in. Below is a fuzzy picture of the people who didn't get in. I heard there was over 77 of them.

2) Media-types get the best seats in the house. The best three rows in the theater were all reserved for the media. Ah well.

3) Movie theater security guys live for these nights. Seriously. Our security guy was a super hero himself that night: directing traffic, giving speeches, and threatening patrons with obscure theater laws.

4) You can't take pictures in the theater. Apparently, there's a $25,000 fine. Even if nothing is up on the screen and the photo is taken of the audience. And you can't see anything in the photo.

5) Oscar the Grouch t-shirts are unbelievably awesome. See above (click picture for close-up).

Thor Review:

I'm not a movie buff by any means, but I watch a ton of movies and know a good movie when I see one. Thor was a lot of fun and is pretty much everything you might expect of a comic book movie.

I should mention that I know nothing of the history of Thor; either from Norse Mythology or comic book lore. So, my take on this movie will probably differ greatly from anyone who goes into it with these predispositions. (Kind of like how I ripped apart Prince Caspian because it butchered the book version)

Here's just a quick list of things that stood out to me:

1) The comic relief in this movie is well done. It doesn't feel forced and isn't over the top and for the most part it is actually funny.

2) Stan Lee's cameo was a sweet addition.

3) Anthony Hopkins is awesome, especially with a golden eye-patch.

4) They did a good job of giving enough background to tell the story. The story is easy to follow and could've been bogged down with details.

I really only had two complaints. The first complaint is that I officially do not like 3D. It was cool in Avatar and can work in animated movies, but it adds absolutely nothing to a movie like Thor. There may have been two scenes where there was a broad background and it was neat to feel the depth of the scene. Other than that, it was just a nuisance. Action scenes are difficult to follow and it just gets annoying. I hope 3D is a novelty that eventually wears off, because it seemed like it made this movie worse. If you haven't seen the movie yet, just see it in IMAX or whatever. Don't waste your money on 3D.

The other thing that didn't make sense to me had to do with the story line. WARNING: SPOILER ALERT. So there's the rainbow road and everybody is running around it the whole movie. Then at the end, apparently it's extremely dangerous if you fall off of this road. What? Shouldn't they have built a railing or something? And aren't they gods anyway? Then when Loki does fall off, he just appears again at the end of the movie. So either Loki has some magic that prevents him from forever floating through the universe, or falling off of this ledge isn't as permanent as they make it look. Just seemed like a weak way to end the battle or whatever.

So there's my two cents on Thor. Lastly, a big thanks to The Film Yap for giving away the free tickets. Also to Indianapolis Bloggers for bringing my attention to the contest.

Monday, May 02, 2011

Korean Kids Playing Guitar?

So I just saw the video of the five Korean kids playing guitar. If you haven't seen it, here's the clip;

I think the most amazing thing is that people actually believe these people are in kindergarten. There's no way. Those "kids" are at least 30.

To prove my point, I just did a google image search for "80 year old Korean." Here's the picture that came up:

See? Koreans are ageless. If you see a Korean, he could be anywhere from five to five hundred years old. You just never know. So when I see a video of a group of Korean "kindergartners" playing guitar, my BS sensors go crazy and I see it for what it really is: a group of highly trained 30 year old Korean guitarists. Nothing special at all. Except for their Korean agelessness.

In other news, did you know North Koreans are banned from making international cell phone calls? I feel so sorry for their citizens.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

The Angry, Barking, Demon Cat

I'm currently in law school and in the midst of studying for finals: the stress-filled time where I try to learn in three days what I was supposed to have learned in three months.

Meanwhile, a friend asked my wife if we would take care of his cat, Thumper. Being the kind and hospitable woman that she is, she agreed. Of course, she would happen to be out of town the entire week the cat was with "us."

So Thumper showed up and I set out his litter box and cat food, thinking this was all that was needed to take care of a cat. After a long day of studying, I was exhausted, so I went up to bed.

Just when I was about to fall asleep, I heard an ungodly scream. It sounded like demons were outside the door, raging at me. After calming myself down, I realized it was Thumper: the angry, barking, demon-cat.

I soon realized that there was no way to shut this cat up. He would settle down for a few minutes, but every time I was about to get some sleep, he raged. My simple solution was to shut him up in a room where I couldn't hear him. Problem solved.

I woke up the next morning and went to see how Thumper was doing. He greeted me with a few familiar barks and then ran downstairs to his food. Following him out the door was the stench of kitty poo. The damn cat pooped on our brand new carpet.

I spent the next few restless nights waking up in terror at the barks of Thumper the demon cat. I was too scared to lock him up, lest he exact revenge with his kitty poo. Finally my wife got home and laughed at me. She was smart enough to get out a camera and record his howls from the netherworld.

Right now, you're probably thinking one of two things. Some of you are thinking, "Awww, that poor little kitty is just lonely. Kitty just needs to be petted." If you are, then you are a sweet and kind person with a gentle soul and you probably have flowers somewhere on your blog. You see the good in everyone and give homeless people money. You're the type of person I wish I could be.

The rest of you are probably thinking, "Oh Shit! That demon cat is possessed and barking! That's hilarious!" You're the type of person who laughs at other people's misfortune and makes fun of your friends who blog. The good thing is that you can find humor in almost anything, even in the worst imaginable situation. You're the type who would procrastinate by posting about barking demon cats instead of studying for finals.

At any rate, here's to Thumper: the angry, barking, demon cat. You annoy the hell out of me, but thankfully, I'm the type to think that's funny.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

The New Indianapolis Bloggers

I'm writing this post to let everyone know about the newly updated Indianapolis Bloggers. They make you write up a post to join, but it's for a worthy cause.

Indianapolis Bloggers is a place for people to go get a taste of the different blogs from people living in the Indianapolis area. If you're a blogger in Indianapolis, you should definitely consider joining. If you live in Indianapolis and are just curious to see what's out there, you should go check it out. If you just want a place to find new blogs, you should go check it out.

They also make posts about events and activities in the Indianpolis area. So if you have something going on and want to get the word out, they can help with that. Or it's a good site if you just want to keep tabs on special events in the area.

Okay, well, hope that piqued your interest a bit. Go take a minute to check it out and tell them Arthur sent you. Go Colts?

Indianapolis Bloggers linky

Monday, February 14, 2011

A Trio of Videos That Made Me Laugh

So I thought I'd share.

The Harry Baals Government Center in Fort Wayne
Pretty childish humor, I know. But it's still funny:

Epic Wrestling Move: Hypnosis
This is the most awesome wrestling match you will ever watch. Ever. Be sure to watch around the two minute mark for the big man's awesome moves. He does the forehead slide.

Serene Branson Report on the Grammys
The more you watch, the funnier it gets. Simply amazing.

Being nervous is a helluva drug.