The Onion reports that a group of miners are unable to escape… from their jobs. We don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Also, hear about this new thing we should all be scared of/laughing about.
We don’t know if firefighters run around quite this quickly in a real blaze, but we’re impressed by the sheer speed at which they go from truck to third-story window in this practice exercise.
We don’t care whether or not it’s fake; we’re enjoying (what looks like) the keen eye-hand coordination from the batter in this minute of video game style baseball practice. (Thanks Mike!)
A desktop PC that literally fits in the palm of your hands. The inexplicable reflection of fingers on the monitor while it’s “booting up” gives away that it’s fake, but it’s still a curious sight.
This little rocker is watching Queen’s epic Live Aid performance and gamely joins the crowd in following Freddie Mercury’s lead. Good thing he wasn’t watching an Iggy Pop concert.
Patrick Stewart’s voice is quite distinctive, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be copied. As a matter of fact, Brent Spiner (Data on Star Trek: TNG) even fooled Stewart’s wife – for a few seconds.
A loving tribute to NASA, the end of the Shuttle program and decades of space exploration, set to the words of Carl Sagan, along with incredible, moving imagery from Earth and beyond.
A bunch of penguins pop by for a visit, when they hear it’s feeding time and head for the pond. At least most of them do. Somebody, take that little dude under their wing and show him the ropes.
A proto-animated short film by Alexey Minchenok. Young Master 4: Stone and Iron presents the classic master-student story with clever and sparing use of drawings, music and sound effects.