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|Seven and a half minutes of early 80's CGI|
I recognize that first song but I don't know what it is.
|Ulillillia's March 2012 vacation (Introduction)|
Anyone who likes Sly Cooper and Jak & Daxter is OK by me.
Actually... I think it's a jazz piano version of Your Hand in Mine by Calendar.
|Rear Window Timelapse|
That's what I was thinking while I was watching this. "Hey, I could do this in Adobe After Effects. Let's see. Cut the layers, composite the images, lay out the masks for... every window? Edit... and resize... the video... Dang, were did that guy find the time?"
|This is What Catholics Actually Believe|
That's what I was thinking although it would have been more entertaining with that special brand of crazy unique to Jack Chick.
|This is What Catholics Actually Believe|
While hate groups do exist, it's been used so loosely it's become a means of labeling any group you don't like, ironically causing hate in people who sincerely want to end hate. Usually what I hear is the two-wrongs-make-a-right fallacy. "I hate [group you don't like] because they hate [group you do like]." The problem is two-wrongs-make-a-right can be used to justify any action. For example, "She would have eaten my lunch so it's OK to eat hers." or "A convicted murder killed an innocent person so it's OK to execute the murder." or "Someone killed women and children in our the US so it's OK to bomb unarmed women and children in some other country." But as Socrates said 2300 years ago, "One who is injured ought not to return the injury, for on no account can it be right to do an injustice."
|Data reprimands Worf|
|More (1998) |
The other nominees were The Canterbury Tales, Jolly Roger, When Life Departs and Bunny being the winner. A very happy year for sad animation.
|sand flea jumping robot|
Oh yeah?! Well WE'RE going to use them against the forces of evil by... uh... we could um... let's see... we could uh.... use them.... forces of evil... somethingorother...
|7-Up 'Bubbles' ad|
I have no memory of this.
|Fotoshop by Adobé|
Same here, when I heard that I knew it had to be submitted.
|Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson on being turned into a meme|
Neil deGrasse, the nicest guy who ever killed the planet Pluto.
|Tokyo Disneyland Anime Commercial|
That was by far the best episode of the series (and I'm not even being sarcastic).
|Call Upon the Sea Ponies|
Darn it! Why does someone always beat me to the comment I was going to make!
|AF2011-A1 'Second Century' - Double Barrel Pistol|
You mean like Beretta?
|Jonathan Livingston Seagull|
When I was a kid my mother told me to read Jonathan Livingston Seagull. I don't think this story makes much sense to 9 year olds, even during the 1970s.
|a talking pumpkin wants you to feed him|
Doesn't that pumpkin know they cook the chicken nuggets in the same oil as those fries?
|Lupin the Third: The Woman Named Fujiko Mine teaser|
Nikon is right but here's a few more details.
Arsène Lupin was the main character in a series of books about a gentleman thief, who lived about 100 years ago. Arsène was so good at what he did he would announce his crimes before hand to his intended victims. Lupin III is his grandson who travels the world with a team of three companions, committing spectacular crimes that never quite work out. There's Daisuke Jigen the sharp shooter with the beard and hat, Goemon Ishikawa XIII the samurai with sword that can cut anything and femme fatale Fujiko Mine, who is featured in this video. Inspector Koichi Zenigata, the guy in the trench coat, chases them all over the world and just as they never quite managed to pull of their crimes, Zenigata never quite manages to keep the four of them in jail for any significant length of time.
There was a early 1970s TV series with just a few episodes, half of which were done by Hayao Miyazaki (Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Ponyo, Arrietty) as more of an action series. Later came a late 1970s, slapstick, action-comedy series with over 150 episodes. Most everyone here posting comments is hoping for less goofy comedy and more dramatic action.
|Three Little Kittens (bizarre 1933 Van Beuren cartoon classic) |
And due to the property damage caused by stray, anthropomorphic animals the shop went out of business, the shop owner's children had to live in a van by the river and the entire community in general suffered no longer have a store near by to provide them with the goods they needed.
I saw this on TV when I was a kid. You... don't like bunnies?