No basketball today, but you can watch this amazing clip of the last 45 seconds of the Division II national championship. It’s one of the best sports highlights I’ve ever seen:
March 26, 2007
March 20, 2007
Whew, this sure is something else:
As the Jewish Atheist points out, today’s featured video is “a religious Montage of Jesus Christ being crucified and Clay Aiken sings “Everything I Do, I Do It For You” from his latest “A Thousand Different Ways” CD.”
A discriminating viewer has posted this critique:
Isn’t this song about Robin Hood? Doesn’t it say in the bible thou shalt not steal? sinning tosser!
March 16, 2007
March 9, 2007
Not only is this a nice video to post on a Friday, but for an added bonus it features this user-written description: “its by michael jackson and a couple of people. and its super touching :]”
February 22, 2007
January 30, 2007
Hurry and watch this before it’s taken down: The Beatles Rootop Concert.
Here’s part one (there are three in all):
January 12, 2007
This is worse than anything I’ve seen on American Idol. Paul Abdul often appears to be completely wasted*, but this is embarasing:
If you can make it all the way to the end without averting your eyes, I salute you.
*Yes, I know she has a serious condition, and I’m not sure whether it’s just her medication that makes her act this way — but that doesn’t make it any less hard to watch on mainstream television.
January 8, 2007
Henry’s speed is on display here. I love how he flips the ball from the defender after sending it into the corner. Lovely:
January 4, 2007
This video, for a song by the band Softlightes (whose record comes out this February) is really excellent and disorienting. I was surprised by how strange it felt to read the motion animated lyrics as the song is playing:
The songs I’ve heard by the Softlightes are quite good. Hopefully the full album will live up to its promise.
December 18, 2006
This video wouldn’t be anywhere near as amusing if it didn’t feature the gentleman dancing:
Incidentally, Nelson de la Rosa probably wasn’t the world’s smallest man (he died this past October), just the most famous. But he did help the Red Sox win the World Series — so he did good while he was around.