It says I can embed a video, but I suspect that is a trick designed to make me waste 5 hours looking around the site, so unless anybody knows a way to do it, I have to just provide a link to the actual video. It's only 59 seconds. 59 sweet, luscious seconds.
I was playing Super Scribblenauts one day, and I thought to "What better way to thoughtfully examine the role of law enforcement in a modern civil society than through this game?" This is video of the horrific results.
I was playing Super Scribblenauts one day, and I thought to myself: "What better way to thoughtfully examine the role of law enforcement in a modern civil society than through this game?" This is video of the horrific results.
I remember when the big bang happened about 14 billion years ago, and I was all, "Dude, this is the most rad thing I'll ever see", And it was, until this year when I saw the "Christmas Comes to Pac-Land" cartoon special on YouTube.
There's a scene in it that I enjoyed even more than the SFII baby kick remix or the big bang: Santa's sleigh crash lands, and the way Santa takes care of his wounded reindeer is.. something I'll never forget. YouTube pulled the video, but before they did, I saved that one scene. Here it is:
I don't know if the whole movie is available anywhere else online, but I imagine so.
Also, this morning I went to the post office. There was a little basket of holiday candy stting near the edge of the counter to sample from. Sounds good so far, right? Right, but it was behind an inch of bullet proof glass. Was I supposed to ask her to slide me some candy?! LA is so gross.
This website and its blogging technology iz way to interwebsy for me to understand. Videos I did:
This is a dramatic performance I gave for a little "perform a quote from somewhere" type contest on youtube.
bold text, I guess. I like how there's some weird background noise that sounds like a film projector.
This video has radical opening music:
The guy who did that arangement is Brian Davis, and if he's never been in some way featured on Destructoid before, he should be. I've heard a zillion band-version and arranged game score music-type things over the last decade, and this guy is my FAVORITE. Fo realz. Really really sharp, subtle stuff.