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Desert Eagle, March 16, 2009 in The Rabbit Hole
Very moving sand animation performance art...
it depicts the Nazi German invasion and occupation of Ukraine in WWII...
I challenge you not to tear up...
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Wow, I keep wanting to think that thing is actually a living thing instead of a machine!
Here's some living things...
Check this thing out--Truly Amazing!
How'd they do that?!
Interactive freerunning scenes
Everything is OK...
U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan Made a Lady Gaga Music Video. This video shows a group of nimble-footed U.S. soldiers remaking the "Telephone" video. The result is magnificent. Alternating between regulation camo and spangled leotards, our men in Afghanistan swing their hips, snap their wrists, and twinkle their toes like pros.
U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan Made a Lady Gaga Music Video
YouTube user malimelcher, who posted the video, writes,
"This is a couple guys located in Afghanistan, that re-made the music video by Lady Gaga....Telephone. Prepare yourself for a fantastical journey. Right now this is the temporary version, we have more scenes to cut, and edit, however with guys always on mission it is harder to film than you think."
God bless America! Be safe, boys.
Top Secret Drum Corps
Cool time lapse of the space shuttle!
DE: I saw in my eMail days and days ago
a notice or two regarding you at this
Although I have not yet opened those
eMails, I will .. but they reminded me
that I wanted to find the "Bruce Lee"
documentary I knew I had somewhere.
I have finally gotten it uploaded
into my website folder
with the hope that you might find it
worth viewing as I did.
The folder is at ..
RIGHT-Click a file-name,
and in the drop-down menu, Select "Save Link As"
(Mozilla - FireFox);
or "Save Target As"
(MicroSoft - Internet Explorer.)