Saturday, December 28, 2019

"Starring the Computer" -- A website dedicated to the use of (real) computers in films and tel(evision/ly).

In "1970s TV and movies - and home computers?" newsgroup thread, Your Name mentioned Starring the Computer -- "... a website dedicated to the use of computers in film and television. Each appearance is catalogued and rated on its importance (ie. how important it is to the plot), realism (how close its appearance and capabilities are to the real thing) and visibility (how good a look does one get of it). Fictional computers don't count (unless they are built out of bits of real computer), so no HAL9000 - sorry...

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Saturday, December 14, 2019

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Star Wars Animals "The Trench Run"

VideoSift shared a cute and amusing three minutes YouTube video showing "Star Wars Animals 'The Trench Run' ... Have you ever wondered what the trench run scene from Star Wars: A New Hope would look like if the actors were traded out with adorable animals? ..."

It needs ants (stormtroopers?)!


Monday, December 9, 2019

Celebrating Lotería and a game!

Today's Google's Doodle celebrates Lotería and has a playable fun online multiplayer game! This newbie old ant lost in his first game for being too slow! :(

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Complete Star Wars Recap: Every Movie and Show in 22 Minutes

ScreenCrush shared its long YouTube video shows "Complete Star Wars Recap: Every Movie and Show in 22 Minutes ... Before you see #TheRiseOfSkywalker, here’s a complete #StarWars #Recap that tells you everything you need to know about 40 years worth of movies and shows in under 30 minutes. This is a recap of the entire #SkywalkerSaga including the #Prequels, #CloneWars, #Rebels, #Resistance, as well as the novels, comics and video games..."

The video has humor. There are too many and hard Star Wars stuff to keep up these days. :( This old ant never read the series' literatures.

Sunday, December 1, 2019

The most infamous balloon accidents from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Blue's News shared a a few days old CNN story, with a short embedded streaming video, on "The most infamous balloon accidents from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade" since 1927. Yikes. :( Also, belated happy Thanksgiving!

Funny images on the 1st day of Dec. 2019.

See them on FoxTrot and Shirtoid's Instagram (#1 and #2).

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Key and Peele's Video Sk(etche/it)s

Key and Peele's official Comedy Central web site and its official YouTube channel have many short video skits showing many "... comedy sketches from Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, whose Comedy Central show took on everything..."

Saturday, November 23, 2019

LegalEagle -- YouTube channel laws' accuracies in the medias.

LeagleEagle's YouTube channel shows many interesting videos of discussions about T(el(evision/ly)V and f(ilm/lick)s -- "... Do you want to know how our legal system works? You’ve come to the right place. LegalEagle is all about giving you an insider’s view to the legal system. Have some fun and learn to think like a lawyer.

I get asked a lot about whether being a practicing attorney is like being a lawyer on TV. I love watching legal movies and courtroom dramas. It's one of the reasons I decided to become a lawyer. But sometimes they make me want to pull my hair out because they are ridiculous. So I created this channel to answer your burning questions about the law and the legal profession. While all legal movies and shows take dramatic license to make things more interesting (nobody wants to see hundreds of hours of brief writing), many of them have a grain of truth. Learn everything you always wanted to know about being an attorney! ..."

Ranking College Football's Unusual Trophies

Sports Illustrated (SI)'s three years old article ranked the college football's unusual trophies with their photo(graph)s and brief details.

Yay for University of Southern CA(lifornia) [USC] Trojans in keeping their cross town rivalry victory bell.

Friday, November 22, 2019

Jordan H J's Video Games YouTube Videos Showing Making Ofs and Star Wars' History

Jordan H J's YouTube channel has several interesting video games' videos like its making ofs and Star Wars History -- "Documentaries about the history of video games, the making of video games, including the concept and development. Video essays and retrospectives over the most important moments in gaming history, ..."

Thursday, November 21, 2019

2 Video Game Documentaries: "The Orange Box... 10 Years Later" and "Max Payne... Years Later"

Raycevick's YouTube channel has a couple good video game documentaries of years later for Max Payne (one hour, 43 minutes, and 26 seconds; this old school video gamer ant still needs to play its third game :() and The Orange Box (one hour, 11 minutes, and 37 seconds).

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Photosmashed's Funny Images

Photosmashed has a collection of its funny images in both of its Instagram and Facebook. They both get new ones once in a while too.

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Technique Critique -- A YouTube video playlist.

Wired has a YouTube playlist titled "Technique Critique". Its videos show (expert/pro(fessional))s talking about various scenes from T(V/el(ly/evision)) and (movie/f(lick/ilm))s.

Monday, November 4, 2019

Could You Survive The Movies?

Vsauce3's short video playlist shows "Could You Survive The Movies is a series dedicated to exploring the magic and science of cinema. In each episode, Vsauce3’s Jake Roper takes the audience on an immersive journey into the world of a different movie; blending unscripted scientific exploration with narrative storytelling. From the jungles of Jumanji, to the vastness of space in Alien, the audience is transported to an exciting educational cinematic experience filled with mind-blowing experiments!"

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Util's 2 funny links & a time change poll.

03:42PM util> saturdayyy
03:49PM util>
03:49PM util>
[04:45pm] Ant> CATurday. :P
[04:45pm] Ant> I vote we keep daylight saving forever!
[04:45pm] Ant> Frak standard time!
Speaking of changing time, here is a related poll:

Anwar Jibawi's Funny YouTube Videos

Anwar Jibawi's two years old YouTube channel has many funny short sk(it/etch) videos. A new one gets added once a week.

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Thursday, October 17, 2019

The Babylon Bee | Your Trusted Source for Christian News Satire.

Thule recently shared a funny satire web site, Babylon Bee | Your Trusted Source for Christian News Satire." It's basically like The Onion.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

2/Two Animated Overwatch v(ersu)s Team Fortress (TF2) Source Filmmaker (SFM) Shorts

11:41PM ��� Mousey [] has joined ...
[03:30pm] Ant> Wow. TF2 is 12 now.
04:23PM Mousey> wow
[04:54pm] Ant> Played TF2 lately? :P
[04:54pm] Ant> afk
05:00PM Mousey> no
05:00PM Mousey> tho
05:00PM URL> [ Overwatch vs. TF2 [SFM] - YouTube ] -
08:49PM Mousey> Ant, there's a second episode:
08:49PM Mousey>
08:49PM URL> [ Overwatch vs. TF2: Episode 2 [SFM] - YouTube ] -
[08:56pm] Ant> !!
[08:56pm] * Ant leeches!
[09:19pm] * Ant watches it now.
[09:23pm] Ant> Mousey: Funny! mOre please!
[09:25pm] Ant> Mousey++
Basically, they are short funny animation videos showing "The age old rivalry will be settled once and for all..." twice.

Sunday, October 6, 2019

The images that capture a phone-less world.

Blue's News shared a BBC article, with its embedded two minutes and 53 seconds photographic slide show video showing "The images that capture a phone-less world -- A series of photos called 'Removed' by US photographer Eric Pickersgill shows people staring into the space where their phone usually is."

This old ant ant still remembers the old days of being phone-less. :P

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean

VideoSift shared an interesting nine minutes YouTube video showing "Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean -- Why do airlines avoid the Pacific Ocean? You might think it was a safety issue. The Pacific is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans. If a plane encounters a problem over a seemingly endless and bottomless pond of water, the pilots are going to have a rough time finding a safe spot to set her down.

Guessing that it is a safety precaution wouldn't be entirely wrong. When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. Emergencies are incredibly rare relative to how many planes take to the skies every day. That said, it isn’t the main reason airlines tend to avoid making a straight shot east to west..."

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Then V Now

Then V Now shows many interesting images and embedded videos showing comparisons of today and the past.

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Non-Half Life (HL) medias using HL sound effects (SFX).

TheMostUpset's YouTube playlist shows a collection of funny videos showing various media (T(el(ly/evision), movie/f(ilm/lick)s, other video games, real life, etc.) clips using Half-Life (HL) sound effects (SFX).


ShirtByte, and its Instagram, show many funny shirt images based on medias, cultures, etc.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Cigarettes In Unusual Places

This new/young Instagram profile shows many amusing photo(graph)s showing "Cigarettes In Unusual Places". Sometimes disturbing.

Saturday, September 7, 2019

Bees & Bombs -- "Woah."

Bees & Bombs show various animations showing off illusions to throw your minds around.

Sunday, August 25, 2019

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Peter Hollens' music videos using only his voice and mouth.

Peter Hollens' YouTube channel has many music videos using only his voice and mouth based on popular tunes from (movie/f(ilm/lick))s, video games, etc. Also, he sometimes uses special guests and costumes.

Friday, August 23, 2019

The 8-Bit Big Band's YouTube Orchestra Video Game Music Channel

This small YouTube channel made popular/famous video game music into jazz and pop from an orchestra -- "The 8-Bit Big Band is a full sized Jazz/pops orchestra that formed to celebrate and realize some of the best musical themes written from various video games from all consoles! The orchestra ranges from 25 members all the way to 65 members depending on the music, and draws from some of most sought after musicians from New York City, and around the world..."

There's also some humor too. It also reminded this old school ant of Video Games Live's concerts.

Jacub Gagnon's Painting Images

Jacub Gagnon and his Instagram show many images of his paintings. Lots of them are surrealistics with nature.

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Sunday, August 11, 2019

PatmanQC - History of Arcade Game Documentaries and Everything Retro on YouTube.

PatmanQC's YouTube channel shows "History of arcade game documentaries -- This channel is dedicated to bringing you the history of obscure, rare and hard-to-find games that are available on the various computers and consoles throughout history.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Ctrl Shift Face -- "Windows to parallel universes... entertaining deepfake videos..."

Ctrl Shift Face's YouTube channel is "Windows to parallel universes. I'm creating entertaining deepfake videos. Do not believe everything that you see on the internet ok?"

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Funny links for the first day of August 2019...

04:33PM util>
04:33PM Flexo> util, you have notes! [Jul-31 19:08] Ant>

04:33PM URL> [insta] Photo by Adam The Creator (@adam.the.creator) | I hope they enjoy the show | 1080x1080 | Likes: 6,319 | Comments: 42 | Uploaded: 2019-07-31 20:36:19
04:34PM util>
04:34PM util>
04:37PM util>
04:37PM URL> [ I Took a Dump the Same Way the Apollo Astronauts Did—and Dear God Was It Awful ] -

Saturday, July 27, 2019

Lazy Game Reviews (LGR)'s Interactive Command Line and YouTube Videos

Lazy Game Reviews (LGR) [lots of hidden stuff like playable online old games -- you can cheat by viewing its web page source code :P]'s YouTube channel has maybe hundred videos, for over eleven/11 years, showing his "Weekly coverage of retro tech, PC games, and more! Classic computer gaming, Oddware, thrifting, Tech Tales, Sims, etc..."

Too many flashbacks for this old school ant!

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

American Experience's Chasing The Moon Documentary

American Experience's Chasing The Moon is a three 112 minutes parts (a total of 336 hours) documentary: "It took millions of steps to make one giant leap. 'Chasing the Moon,' a film by Robert Stone, reimagines the race to the moon for a new generation, upending much of the conventional mythology surrounding the effort. The series recasts the Space Age as a fascinating stew of scientific innovation, political calculation, media spectacle, visionary impulses and personal drama. Utilizing a visual feast of previously overlooked and lost archival material — much of which has never before been seen by the public — the film features a diverse cast of characters who played key roles in these historic events. Among those included are astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Frank Borman and Bill Anders; Sergei Khrushchev, son of the former Soviet premier and a leading Soviet rocket engineer; Poppy Northcutt, a 25-year old “mathematics whiz” who gained worldwide attention as the first woman to serve in the all-male bastion of NASA’s Mission Control; and Ed Dwight, the Air Force pilot selected by the Kennedy administration to train as America’s first black astronaut."

Friday, July 19, 2019

The Onion

Yes, this is old news but this overlord doesn't remember ever mentioning The Onion web site (just links) so he might as well post about it. Better late than never. Anyways, "The Onion brings you all of the latest news, stories, photos, videos and more from America's finest news source." And that with humor.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Here's What We Thought We Knew About the Moon Before Apollo 11

Space has an article titled "Here's What We Thought We Knew About the Moon Before Apollo 11 -- Turns out, the moon isn't fluffy! Before humanity first set foot on the lunar surface, the moon was an elusive rock in our night sky. Scientists weren't sure how it formed or what it was made of, and there was even a common misconception that the moon's surface would be fluffy..."

Apollo 11 In Real Time

Apollo 11 In Real Time shows "A real-time journey through the first landing on the Moon -- This website consists entirely of original historical mission material...

Included real-time elements:
  • All mission control film footage
  • All TV transmissions and onboard film footage
  • 2,000 photographs
  • 11,000 hours of Mission Control audio
  • 240 hours of space-to-ground audio
  • All onboard recorder audio
  • 15,000 searchable utterances
  • Post-mission commentary
  • Astromaterials sample data

Friday, July 12, 2019

The Meta Picture: "Windows throughout the years..."

Stan Brown's newsgroup post shared a funny comic strip titled "Windows throughout the years..."

It's missing other versions like 2000, ME, NT4, 95, 3.0, 2.x, 1.x, etc. :P

Thursday, July 11, 2019

LOL ComediHa! -- Comedy TV Show on YouTube

LOL ComediHa!'s YouTube channel shows many very short and a few long silly video sk(it/etche)s -- "Lol :-) is a real funnny tv show of a great quality. The skits are funnier one than the other, the settings are gorgeous and the actors are extraordinary. This compilation of funny videos will make you laugh so hard...

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

PortugueseGeese's Webcomic Strips

PortugueseGeese, also on Instagram, has funny and sometimes weird/odd webcomic strips since November 2017.

2 Videos showing where NASA keep the Moon rocks...

VideoSift shared an almost 19 minutes YouTube video showing "Where does National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) keep the Moon Rocks? - Smarter Every Day 220..." Also, an over 11.25 minutes related YouTube video titled "The Genesis Rock - Objectivity #208 -- In this very special episode Brady goes behind the scenes at Johnson Space Center to look at priceless rocks collected from the Moon..."

Monday, July 8, 2019

Ed Harrington Illustrations and Comics

Ed Harrington Illustrations and Comics has many images since 6/29/2013. Some of them are hilarious, disturbing, weird/odd, (nerd/geek)y, etc.

Sunday, July 7, 2019

The/19 most hilariously awful volume controls ever!


Doug141's /. comment shared a two years old TechCrunch showing 19/"The most hilariously awful volume controls ever -- Fed up with those sensitive volume sliders? It could be A LOT worse. Redditors dreamed up the most absurd possible interfaces for controlling the sound on a video. Click through (desktop) or scroll down (mobile) to see these witty, frustrating, and hysterical designs..."

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Minty Comedic Arts -- Mostly "10 ... About..."

Minty Comedic Arts' YouTube channel has many videos showing mostly "10 ... About..." -- "As a lover of Cinema and general Pop Culture I peel back the layers of some of our most well-loved movies and try to discover secrets laying behind films that we would otherwise think we know everything about to bring a new love and appreciate to all those movies we grew up watching. Buckle up and get ready for my Top 10’s as I do a check list of things that you may not know about the movies."

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Cannot Unsee

Cannot Unsee -- "... Have you ever noticed that once you see something in a certain light, you always imagine it that way afterwards? Cannot Unsee is a place that unwraps your childhood heroes and dreams and turns them into nightmares. Lookalikes, logos, secrets... some..."

Pet Foolery's Web Comic Strips

Pet Foolery's Instagram shows its cute and funny web comic strips.

Friday, June 28, 2019

Galaxy of Adventures -- Kid friendly animated YouTube shorts based on Star Wars.

This kid friendly YouTube video playlist shows "Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures is a series of animated shorts celebrating the characters and stories of a galaxy far, far away, featuring a bright and colorful art style, exciting action, and insight into the saga's greatest themes!" Each video episode is under 1.5 minutes long.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Meet the World’s Most Playfully Named Creatures

This Atlas Obscura article lets its readers "Meet the World’s Most Playfully Named Creatures -- But giving them those crazy names isn’t always fun and games..."

Seen on Reddit.

The Secret to This Brazilian Coffee? Ants Harvest the Beans.

Reddit (#1 and #2) shared an Atlas Obscura article on answering "The Secret to This Brazilian Coffee? Ants Harvest the Beans. The insects’ trash is one farmer’s treasure..."

This ant doesn't even like coffee! To become a worker, maybe time to becomea barista for Starbucks to make money and possibly be rich? :P Also, here's a related poll:

Monday, June 24, 2019

How Restaurants Got So Loud

Bhima's Reddit comment shared The Alantic article on how "How Restaurants Got So Loud -- Fashionable minimalism replaced plush opulence. That’s a recipe for commotion..."

No wonder this mostly deaf ant can't hear in restaurANTs! :(

Saturday, June 22, 2019

Joe La Pompe (Joelapompe) -- "... to hunt and collect any twin-advertising concepts..."

Joe La Pompe (Joelapompe) "... a free website, based in France, that is not affiliated with any company or organisation. Its purpose is to hunt and collect any twin-advertising concepts. Any idea that has been done more than once for any reason (coïncidence, copycat etc…) is eligible to end up on The more the ideas are similar, the more it’s interesting to compare. It’s dedicated to advertising addicts and to people who love new ideas more than everything and can’t stand always see the same concepts get the awards year after year..."

FoxTrot's Comic Strips

"FoxTrot is a comic strip centered on a chaotic suburban family comprised of three kids, two parents and one iguana, and their frequent collisions with pop culture, school, life and each other...

New strips are currently published every Sunday..." It is also posted on GoComics as well.

palpatines.memes -- daily star wars meme images

palpatines.memes' Instagram has tons of funny doctored images of "Daily Star Wars Memes".

F*ck My Eyes' Images

F*ck My Eyes' Instagram has funny, cool, and disturbing images.

Friday, June 21, 2019

The Misc(ellaneous) Genius' Web Comic Strips

The Misc(ellaneous) Genius, also on its Instagram, has funny web comic strips showing "Puns, dad jokes, general silliness posted daily."

Freeman’s Mind -- Follow the thoughts of Gordon Freeman, theoretical physicist and survivor...

Accursed Farms's Freeman's Mind, with its YouTube videos (playlist), is a hilarious very long animated Half-Life video game series of "Freeman’s Mind -- Follow the thoughts of Gordon Freeman, theoretical physicist and survivor..."

It posts new episodes rarely (months!) though.

Stupid Thursday, 6/20/2019!

This old ant slipped and fell onto his old arse hard on the dirt ground in the nest's rural backyard. Also got two mosquito bites on the right hand while collecting peeled tree barks. Ant literally felt and saw a big black mosquito sucking precious blood after 3 PM PDT when the weather was about 70F degrees! Right now, the right hand is itching with two red bumps and the abdomen hurts while moving. Also, the popped swollen failed root canal gum bump still hurting and bleeding from Wednesday night. Argh! :( Here's a poll about your Thursday, 6/20/2019:

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

(C)lickable Funny Web Comic Strip Links of the Day (6/19/2019)

05:29PM util> BGP!!!
[05:29pm] * Ant doesn't know what those are. :P
05:29PM util> Ant should read internet 101
[05:29pm] Ant> :P
[05:29pm] * Ant reads the Internet.
[05:29pm] Ant> like in here.
[05:29pm] Ant> IRC!
[05:29pm] Ant> :)
05:31PM util>
05:31PM URL> [ Networking 101: Understanding BGP Routing ] -
[05:35pm] * Ant licks
[05:35pm] Ant> +c
[05:37pm] Ant> yu
[05:37pm] Ant> er ty
05:37PM util> ewww
[05:37pm] * Ant is having a late lunch coma. :(
[05:37pm] Ant>
05:37PM util> stop licking the links
05:37PM  [ Buni » Buni ] -
[05:37pm] * Ant licks
[05:38pm] Ant> lick it
[05:44pm] * Ant belches out his licked links.
[05:52pm] Ant> Where are YOUR funny links for me to lick?
05:52PM util>
[05:53pm] Ant> haha
05:53PM util>
[05:53pm] Ant> haha
[05:53pm] Ant> if he really went back to that date!
[05:53pm] Ant> I am sure God would fix that.
[05:53pm] Ant> :P
[05:53pm] Ant> Like the Delorean blows up!

Also, another one with Dilbert! More to come?

WTMRecut's YouTube channel with parodied videos from movie/f(lick/ilm)s and tel(evision/lly)/TV s(erie/how)s.

WTMRecut's YouTube channel has several parodied videos from movie/f(lick/ilm)s and tel(evision/lly)/TV s(erie/how)s. They can be amusing too.

For an example with its recent video from Reddit with this amusing a 1.25 minutes YouTube video showing "Ripley Power Loader FAIL | 'Aliens' Recut -- Ripley offers her Power Loader skills to Hicks and Apone...but she may need to go back to training..."

Supervoid Cinema's YouTube Channel -- The Greatest Films Never Made

Supervoid Cinema's YouTube channel shows its "In depth accounts of the 'Greatest Films Never Made', Prominent 'what ifs?' - Behind the scenes looks at development hell, cancelled movies and the reasons why some projects go down in flames."

It only has a few long videos since it started on March 15th, 2019.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Apollo astronauts left their poop on the moon. We gotta go back for that sh*t.

Vox has an article about how "Apollo astronauts left their poop on the moon. We gotta go back for that sh*t. What 50-year-old dirty diapers can teach us about the potential origins of life on Earth.

It’s been nearly 50 years since the Apollo 11 moon landing. Neil Armstrong’s iconic footprint is still there, undisturbed; there’s no atmosphere, no wind on the moon to blow it away.

But the bigger human footprint on the moon is, arguably, the 96 bags of human waste left behind by the six Apollo missions that landed there.

Yes, our brave astronauts took dumps on their way to the moon, perhaps even on the moon, and they left behind their diapers in baggies, on humanity’s doorstep to the greater cosmos.

The bags have lingered there, and no one knows what has become of them. Now scientists want to go back, and answer a question that has profound implications for our future explorations of Mars: Is anything alive in them? ..."

This poopy ant should go to space to dump his sh*ts for science. :P

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Cat Readmills -- A funny comic strip.

This Instagram post shows a funny comic strip titled "Cat Readmills".

Zacksploitation! Comics

Zacksploitation! Comics has many cool (geek/nerd)y web comics strips on its Instagram -- "Welcome, weirdos -- Here you will find all manner of nerdy products, created by a legit nerd from a bygone era. All this crap is created by me. Some of the crap is prints. Some of the crap is actual art made with ink and paper and crap..."

Friday, June 14, 2019

Paweł Hudeczek's funny digital art parodies.

Paweł Hudeczek (also on Instagram) shows off a bunch of his amusing digital art parodies from video games, movie/f(ilm/lick)s, tel(evision/ly/TV, etc.

Corridor's YouTube Videos

Corridor's YouTube channel has tons of fun (geek/nerd)y videos.

star_wars_gummybear's (Photoshopp/doctor)ed images.

star_wars_gummybear's Instagram shows many (Photoshopp/doctor)ed images related to Star Wars. It is posted with daily original contents filled with "... Photoshop, faceswaps, & some memes."

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Star Wars Photoshop -- Funny Doctored Images

Star Wars Photoshop's Instagram shows many doctored images and videos parodyng Star Wars.

Simon's Cat

Simon's Cat, with its YouTube channel "... is an animated series featuring the mischievous and often hilarious antics of a fat white cat and his owner Simon. Our mission is to make you laugh and brighten your day. We're definitely a channel worth subscribing too. 😻

The channel includes: Simon's Cat Shorts - Funny animations that observe life as a cat owner..."

A Collection of O'rly book Covers (funny)

01:18PM Mousey
01:18PM URL> [ A Collection of O'rly book Covers | Ben E. C. Boyter ] -
[01:54pm] Ant> Mousey++

They are basically funny parodies of O'Reilly's technical books.

The most popular social media networks each year, gloriously animated...

Royce Hamano's retweet shared The Next Web (TNW) article, with its embedded one minute and 22 seconds animated video, to show "The most popular social media networks each year, gloriously animated..." It goes from 2003 to 2018. It seems to be missing Digg. Poor Friendster and MySpace.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Screen Junkies' YouTube Channel

Screen Junkies' YouTube channel has a "... warped take on film & TV with a steady stream of pop-culture parody, original series, thoughtful commentary, and whatever we can think of next..."

Mostly, it is for its Tuesdays' funny Honest Trailers -- "Trailers that tell you the TRUTH about your favorite movies and TV shows: Honest Trailers. These are the hilarious trailers the producers don't want you to see..."

Monday, June 10, 2019

History Buffs -- A YouTube show dedicated solely to reviewing historical movie.

History Buffs' YouTube channel is "A show dedicated solely to reviewing historical movies. Ever wondered how much a film is based on a true story? This is the place to find out". They are interesting, long, and can be amusing.

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Saturday, June 8, 2019

Epic Rap Battle (ERB) of History's Funny Hip-Hop Music Videos

Epic Rap Battle (ERB) of History has a YouTube video channel with many funny hip-hop/rap music videos based on history -- "... The series pits notable historical and pop culture figures, real and fictional, against one another in a rap battle format. The characters portrayed are determined by suggestions from viewers placed in the comments sections of the channel's videos.

The ERB team conducts meticulous research in order to glean obscure details to use as references in the lyrics and are know for having pushed the quality of digital video to new heights even in the early stages of the YouTube era..."

Even though this old ant isn't a fan of this music genre, it's still fun to watch its music videos and read its lyrics. Also, there are cussings and others.

Friday, June 7, 2019

Nick Murray Willis' Funny Animated YouTube Videos With Audio Mash Ups!

Nick Murray Willis's YouTube channel has many short funny cartoons on "ANIMATED - AUDIO Mash Ups! Giving sound from sports, movies and TV a new life."

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Did You Know Gaming

"Did You Know Gaming covers video game facts, Easter eggs, secrets, censorship, glitches and history for many of gaming's biggest names..." Its YouTube channel gets updated often since that is where most new activities are happening.

Friday, May 31, 2019

These Aren’t Your Ordinary Data Centers

Lynn McGuire's newsgroup post shared a Blackblaze blog post showing interesting data centers -- "Many of us would concede that buildings housing data centers are generally pretty ordinary places. They’re often drab and bunker-like with few or no windows, and located in office parks or in rural areas. You usually don’t see signs out front announcing what they are, and, if you’re not in information technology, you might be hard pressed to guess what goes on inside.

If you’re observant, you might notice cooling towers for air conditioning and signs of heavy electrical usage as clues to their purpose. For most people, though, data centers go by unnoticed and out of mind. Data center managers like it that way, because the data stored in and passing through these data centers is the life’s blood of business, research, finance, and our modern, digital-based lives.

That’s why the exceptions to low-key and meh data centers are noteworthy. These unusual centers stand out for their design, their location, what the building was previously used for, or perhaps how they approach energy usage or cooling.

Let’s take a look at a handful of data centers that certainly are outside of the norm..."

The Warp Zone's Funny YouTube Channel

The Warp Zone's YouTube channel that has many videos showing a pop-culture sketch comedy, gaming, and music video channel brought to you... We here at The Warp Zone have a passion for all things nerdy- such as video games, movies, tv shows, comics, superheros, and anime and we love making parody videos about them! Some of the pop culture characters and franchises we've spoofed..."

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

James Fridman's Funny Requested Photoshopped Photo(graphs).

James Fridman doctored many requested photo(graph)s. They also can be found in his Twitter account, Instagram, etc. BSR's VideoSift's post shared a musical 14 minutes and 24 seconds YouTube video that shows 106 of them since 6/20/2017.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

BAHFest's Funny Talk YouTube Videos

BAHFest has its official YouTube channel of BAH! The Festival of Bad Ad Hoc Hypotheses! ... we hope will be many celebrations of well-argued and thoroughly researched but completely incorrect evolutionary theory. Our brave speakers presented their bad theories in front of a live audience and a panel of judges with real science credentials, who together determined who took home the coveted sculpture of Darwin shrugging skeptically. And eternal glory, of course..."

There are many funny talks videos!

Special When Lit: A Pinball Documentary

YouTube has an almost 1.5 hours and decade old "Special When Lit: A Pinball Documentary ... rediscovers the lure of a lost pop icon - pinball. The American invention made more money than Hollywood through the 50s and 60s. Its success swept the world making it the epitome of ‘cool’. But now pinball is all but forgotten. This is the definitive story of the rise and fall of pinball as told by the fans, collectors, designers and champion players from across the globe. Its history is charted with a series of uniquely stark and entertaining interviews with some of pinball’s greatest names. A game, a sport, a lifestyle – pinball takes this eclectic bunch back to their youth. It seems at times like an emotional and sensitive area, with the fans describing the game like a relationship, their faces lighting up as if they were recounting their first kiss. Archive footage of former US news anchorman Dan Rather opens the film from a 1977 60 Minutes segment on pinball. ‘I spent an incredible amount of time at gas stations, honky tonks and other off the beaten path places trying to appear cool...while obsessively following the descent of a steel ball down the playing surface of a garishly lit machine...a pinball machine". Pinball was everywhere. But now pinball is virtually nowhere. Kids don’t even know what a pinball machine is. Their world is online, not at the arcade or corner store. The fate of pinball seems decided yet there exists a passionate sub culture keeping the dream alive. Roger Sharpe, pinball authorative, tells the story of Pinball’s early rise to prominence in the Depression era, its eventual banning by the US Government for 30 years, the boom time in the 1970’s, and eventual defeat to video games. Living through the industry ups and downs, legendary game designers Steve Kordek, Steve Ritchie and Pat Lawlor reveal the inner workings of a game that fuses the mechanical and electrical ages. From a primitive steel ball rolling around on a flat piece of wood, designers craft a game based on the simple premise - easy to play, but hard to beat. And crucially, the collectors who feed off the designer’s handywork all crave one thing - more space. But pinball is a game with a score. And where there are scores there are competitions. ‘The Storm’, a stockbroker from New York City, confesses that you have to ‘build up your pinball muscles’ in order to compete at the highest level. From the European championships in Amsterdam and Sweden, to the World Pinball Championships in Pittsburgh, and a smattering of amateur backyard tournaments in between, Special When Lit shares the tension, dreams and disappointments of pinball’s tournament players. Rick Stetta, former World Champion, entertains with his flamboyant playing style, while current legend Lyman Sheats Jr. counters with ice-cool precision. Each to his own in a contest that is as much a mental game as physical. But it is in the final story of former arcade owner, Steve Epstein, who ran the famous Broadway Arcade in midtown New York City, that sets the inevitability of pinball. Describing pinball as a ‘universe in a box that is a lot like life - you never know what is around the corner’. Pinball was more than coins in the slots for Epstein, it became his whole social life. In a time where we can instantly access any song or movie from our past, pinball offers a throwback to a tactile physical experience that can’t be digitally reproduced. We now share our fun in a different way, but have we lost something in the process? Special When Lit recounts an alternative love for a game which brought out a wealth for memories for many generations but also the sad dissolution of what could be described as a certain way of living and playing. Perhaps pinball deserves a better fate than simply a nostalgic footnote. Whatever the future, Special When Lit will leave you searching for an arcade to line up your coins and master the silver ball.

There is also 2.5 minutes trailer on YouTube.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

When it rains in Los Angeles (L.A.), no one goes outside...

02:45PM AfterShock> We are in the middle of a huge thunderstorm right now, and it was sunny with only a few
          scattered clouds 45 minutes ago
02:45PM AfterShock>
02:45PM URL> [ When It Rains In L.A. - YouTube ] -
This ant panicked too. :P

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Demoscenedoc -- YouTube Channel of Finnish Demoscene Documentary

8/Eight years old Demoscenedoc "... is the YouTube Channel of the Demoscene Documentary - Documentary about the Finnish Demoscene."

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Friday, May 17, 2019

Why we love dogs and cats but not bats or rats

This over couple years old Washington Post article answers "Why we love dogs and cats but not bats or rats -- Why do we adore hamsters but abhor rats? Cuddle kittens but curse raccoons? Pay to keep birds inside and bats outside? A big reason, say researchers, has to do with our grandparents, our friends, Hollywood and the Queen of England. In other words, our culture..."

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Util's funny links of the day for 5/15/2019.

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03:55PM Mousey> lol
03:56PM Mousey> the plates is hilarious
[04:08pm] Ant> Technically, those are bowls. :P
[04:09pm] Ant> util++
04:24PM util>
[04:25pm] Ant> ha

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Lauris Beinerts' Funny short comedy films / sketches / skits & any other videos / movies.

Lauris Beinerts' YouTube channel shows "Funny short comedy films / sketches / skits & any other videos / movies..." There are currently only nine/9, and hasn't posted any new videos for a year.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Star Wars SC 38 Reimagined

VideoSift shared a six minutes and 11 seconds YouTube video showing "Star Wars Sc 38 Reimagined (Unofficial short scene) with fan made and movie clips -- 'Scene 38 ReImagined' is about the final confrontation between Ben Kenobi & Darth Vader in "A New Hope" nearly 20 years after the events of 'Revenge Of The Sith.' This is a one-off story driven scene reflecting the characters in its chronological order from the point of Revenge of the Sith through Rebels, Rogue One, and all canon material leading to A New Hope.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

A Network Security Architecture (Funny)

11:58AM Mousey> heh,
11:58AM Mousey> @note util
11:58AM Flexo> can do, Mousey
[11:59am] Ant> haha
[11:59am] Ant> That's a good one.

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Monday, April 29, 2019

People of Walmart

People Of Walmart shows "Funny Pictures of People Shopping at Walmart : People Of Walmart". Some of them are also disturbing, weird/odd, etc. :O

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

"Without Music" videos from movie/f(ilm/lick))s.

FilmScoreAnalysis' YouTube playlist shows six/6 "'Without Music' Videos" showing (clip/scene)s from five Star Wars and one Jurassic Park (movie/f(ilm/lick))s. This old playlist is missing musicless Star Wars IX Teaser (seen on VideoSift).

Monday, April 22, 2019

A dying toothpaste comic strip.

A couple Reddit links (#1 and #2) shared a funny year old comic strip showing a dying toothpaste on Imgur.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Sex doesn't actually sell.

VideoSift's shared an embedded 17.8 minutes Coffee Break's YouTube video. It mentioned that sex doesn't actually sell. There are many links in a quick Google search results about it. Good. Less sexual stuff to see then!

Alien 40th Anniversary Short Films

IGN's YouTube playlist currently has four and will have five (on Friday, the LV-426 day (4/26/2019) "Alien 40th Anniversary Short Films" videos to celebrate the series franchise.

Friday, April 19, 2019

What your (notebook/laptop)-holding position says about you at work...

LinkedIn shared a Quartz article on "What your laptop-holding position says about you -- They walk among us in just about every office: People with their laptops open, bound for conference rooms and common areas, many keeping their devices ajar to avoid losing those precious few seconds of computer wake-up time.

While we cloak our phones in shock-proof plastic and their screens with tempered-glass shields, laptops rarely get similar protection. Considering these pieces of hardware are some of the most expensive items we work with, it’s a little shocking to see how cavalier we can be toward our one essential work device.

But since when has safety outweighed looking cool?

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been observing Quartzians in their natural habitat and have tried to make sense of their odd office rituals in porting their laptops from one meeting to the next. Here are some of our findings..."

A related poll below:

Origin of the Platypus -- A Funny Comic Strip

Vaguely_loud's Reddit post shares a funny comic strip showing the "Origin of the Platypus -- Those ducks got sum tail....beaver tail;)".

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Studying Behavior in Space Shows Mice Adapt to Microgravity

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently sent mice, including Mousey with his family, to space for science! :P

01:45PM Mousey> Ant,, to space for science.
You can read the details in its official article with a cool embedded YouTube video.
[01:46pm] Ant> Mousey: 0 Gravity?
[01:46pm] Ant> Where is that from?
[01:46pm] Ant> URL please.
[01:47pm] Ant> Which one is you?
[01:50pm] * Ant pokes the mousey.
[01:50pm] Ant> -y
01:52PM Mousey>
01:52PM URL> [ Mice aboard the International Space Station - YouTube ] -
01:52PM Mousey> yes
01:52PM Mousey> the fastest one
[01:53pm] Ant> So you really didn't go to HI.
[01:53pm] Ant> You went to space!!
01:53PM Mousey> shh, classified
[01:53pm] Ant> Too late.
[01:53pm] Ant> :D
[01:54pm] Ant> It looked like your family had fun in space.
[01:54pm] Ant> Mousey: Did you see the ants in space on Columbia space shuttle?
[01:54pm] Ant> (RIP)
[01:55pm] Ant> MICE IN SPACE!!!!!!!!!!!
[01:55pm] Ant> Space mice
[01:55pm] Ant> :D
[01:56pm] Ant> Video was rad.
[01:56pm] Ant> Mousey++

Nerd Nite's Talks Videos

Nerd Nite's YouTube channel and Vimeo have videos showing "Monthly presentation series held in nearly 100 cities globally during which several folks give fun-yet-informative presentations across all disciplines - while the audience drinks along! ..."

Note that these videos have cussings, disturbing contents, humor, etc.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Matthew Weather's Math(ematics) Class Trick Videos

This YouTube playlist shows Professor Matthew Weather's videos of the funny tricks he played on his math(ematics) class.

Everyone hates April Fools' Day -- so why does it endure?

Over a couple years ago, The Verge reported "Everyone hates April Fools' Day -- so why does it endure? The 500-year history of a troll holiday..." Here's a poll related to it below:

A joke/fortune of the day on cats and dogs...

"Cats are smarter than dogs. You can't make eight cats pull a sled through the snow." --(DSL/Broadband)'s fortune. A related poll about them below:

Saturday, April 6, 2019

Animals reacting to musical instruments

Moirdhau's VideoSift post shared a almost 5.6333... minutes YouTube video compilation showing "Animals reacting to musical instruments.

Trombone and Cows
Native Flute and Horses
Bassoon and Crow
Flute and Bird
Piano and Elefants
Guitar and Dog
Guitar and Kittens
Paul Mc Cartney and Grasshoppers
Bagpipes and Beluga
Accordion and Cows
Violin and Parrot".

Friday, April 5, 2019

Kim Justice -- Video game documentaries on YouTube.

Kim Justice's YouTube channel has many videos -- "... documentaries about old computer and video games, mostly with a European slant - it's all about the ZX Spectrum, the Commodore Amiga, the C64, plenty of great companies like Ocean Software, rises and falls, tales of technological and bureaucratic disaster...all sorts..."

Monster Bug Wars on YouTube

Monster Bug Wars has an official YouTube channel with many videos -- "This is ringside access to bug-eat-bug gladiatorial contests! Witness some of nature’s deadliest encounters where stings, spikes and deadly venom are wielded with cold-blooded precision. Enter the no-holds-barred, real life world of spiders, scorpions, centipedes and killer ants fighting to the death. When the Spiny Leaf Insect goes head to head with the Giant Rainforest Mantis it’s an all-out assault where only one survives. Can the lethal stinger of a Bull Ant overcome the suffocating silk of the Redback Spider? When a lethal Tree Scorpion threatens a Green Ant colony carnage is certain. Who survives the showdown between a deadly Desert Centipede and a Desert Trapdoor spider?

Filmed in extreme close-up high definition and illustrated with state-of-the-art CGI, Monster Bug Wars! brings to life nature’s ultimate fight club. Five encounters per episode are accompanied with commentary..."

There are lots of ants too!

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Tripp and Tyler's YouTube Parody Videos

Tripp and Tyler's YouTube channel has tons of hilarious videos that are "Guaranteed to make you laugh or not laugh, at least twice...guaranteed." See its business playlist as examples.

Theme Park History

"... Theme Park History! On this channel we took a look at the history of theme park attractions; big and small, old and new! ..."

It's about a year old and has several long YouTube videos.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Util's funny post-April Fool's Day 2019 image links.

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D҉i҉g҉i҉t҉a҉l҉ ҉ ҉M҉e҉d҉d҉l҉e҉ (Digital Meddle) -- Your Childhood Ruined

D҉i҉g҉i҉t҉a҉l҉ ҉ ҉M҉e҉d҉d҉l҉e҉ (Digital Meddle) -- "Your Childhood Ruined". It has many doctored children book covers that are dirty, dark, disturbing, potty mouthed, etc. and yet funny! They can be found on many places on the Internet like Facebook (#1 and #2), Twitter, Instagram, Yooying (your old overlord has never heard of this place), etc.

Monday, April 1, 2019

StBeals -- Funny comic strips.

StBeals has funny almost daily comic strips -- "... This site is the site of, but not entirely consisting of, the comic strip Adult Children. It's a comic I've done for well over 100,000 years and has appeared in a handful of weekly newspapers. More importantly (although it isn't important), it's been on the web for a looooong time..."

The User Experience (UX) of Public Bathrooms

Another Nielsen Norman Group (NN/g) article for this year's April Fools Day -- "The User Experience of Public Bathrooms -- Summary: Public restrooms are plagued by unusable toilet-paper dispensers, difficult flushing controls, and poor stall-status visibility. Many of these issues can be addressed by following standard usability practices..."

Should Ant be the next President of the United States of America (USA)?

Please kindly vote below:Also, April Fools! :P

Sunday, March 31, 2019

GVMERS -- YouTube videos on video games.

On YouTube, GVMERS' is a channel that specializes in videogame-related content such as documentaries, analyses and other types of videos.

There are tons of quality long videos

Saturday, March 30, 2019

‘The Matrix’ Turns 20 (funny)

Servicemaster's Reddit post mentioned The Onion's brief humorous article -- "‘The Matrix’ Turns 20 -- March 31, 1999 saw the release of The Matrix, the sci-fi action film directed by the Wachowskis that went on to massive financial and critical success, spawning sequels and a host of other related media. The Onion looks back at big moments in the franchise on its 20-year anniversary..."

20 years?! "Woah." The Matrix has me. B)

Fun With Statues

11:06AM Mousey>
11:06AM URL> [ Fun with statues - Album on Imgur ] - 

Thursday, March 28, 2019

15 Restaurants You Didn’t Know Changed Their Names

This Reader's Digest article explains the "15 Restaurants You Didn’t Know Changed Their Names -- These household names weren’t always so recognizable..."

Sunday, March 24, 2019

LOLNEIN -- A funny comic strip web site.

"... 'LOLNEIN' is a neologism composed of the acronym 'LOL' (laughing out loud) and the German interjection 'NEIN' (which translates as 'no') negating a question that the user finds to be totally absurd or ridiculous..."

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Buni -- Funny comic strips!

Buni is a funny comic strip series -- "... An idea for a visually cute – yet twisted and sad – comic had been rolling around in my mind for a few years. What emerged was a snaggletoothed cartoon bunny which I started publishing online in 2010.

Buni inhabits a world populated by teddy bears. Don’t ask me why. It just kind of happened that way. I also didn’t plan to create a dialogue-free pantomime comic. The first comics didn’t have words in them, so I made the next ones wordless too. Then it became Buni’s thing..."

A perfect comic strip for Saint Patrick's Day!

Monday, March 11, 2019

OwlKitty -- Your favorite movie kitty.

OwlKitty has many funny doctored images and videos, with black cat/feline/kitty/pussy parodied with various movie/f(ilm/lick)s and events, on Instagram.

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Arcade Rage (Comic Strips)

Arcade Rage is a funny web site with "Comics on video games, movies and pop culture."

Saturday, March 9, 2019

The 8-Bit Guy's Videos of Retro Tech(nology)

The 8-Bit Guy is a (geek/nerd)y YouTube video channel -- "A computer video series focusing mainly on retro technology from the 80's, 90's and 2000's. However, once or twice a year I'll create something totally 'out there.' My main goal at this point is to make educational content about retro technology that is interesting and engaging. Some people will be re-living their childhood, while others will be experiencing the technology for the first time..."

Friday, March 8, 2019


Paweł Zadrożniak's YouTube channel has tons of (geek/nerd)y music videos of his built Floppotron, computer hardware orchestra. Basically with 3.5' disk(ette)s, hard disk drives, printers, etc.

Monday, March 4, 2019

Explosives Expert Rates Unrealistic Movie Explosions

Mordhaus shared an over 13 minutes YouTube video showing "Explosives Expert Rates Unrealistic Movie Explosions -- We’ve all seen action stars walk away from ridiculous explosions in movies. Here, Columbia University explosives engineer Rodger Cornell rates 10 movie explosion scenes based on how realistic they are. We look at scenes from action and adventure movies like 'Indiana Jones,' 'Transformers,' 'Django Unchained,' 'X-Men,' 'The Dark Knight,' 'Desperado,' and more. How plausible are these scenes in real life? Are they scientifically accurate? Let's find out..." Only linked series are the ones this insect saw and care about.

"It is really confusing!!!"

05:26PM util>
[05:29pm] Ant> haha

Chad Horror Movie - Saturday Night Live (SNL)'s Parody of Scream

Newtboy shared a funny almost 3.75 minutes YouTube video, from Saturday Night Live (SNL), showing "Chad Horror Movie ... Chad (Pete Davidson) faces down an anonymous, Scream-like killer (John Mulaney), who calls to challenge him to a dangerous game..." Ant is bascially Chad. ;)

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Star Wars: Always

Blue's News shared a five minutes and nine seconds YouTube video titled "Star Wars: Always" compiled from the shown (movie/f(ilm/lick))s.

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Thursday, February 28, 2019

How to Clean Your Armo(u)r -- A funny video parody.

Mordhaus shared a funny 56 seconds Facebook video showing how WMFC Knights' clean their armo(u)rs.

A funny video on releasing a (human) baby into the wild!

Newtboy shared a funny over three minutes YouTube video showing a parody on releasing a (human) baby into the wild -- The unlicensed British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) documentary based on the bestseller "Baby goes walk about".

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Pixar SparkShorts

Disney•Pixar's Pixar SparkShorts YouTube channel currently has three short animated videos online -- "The SparkShorts program is designed to discover new storytellers, explore new storytelling techniques, and experiment with new production workflows. These films are unlike anything we’ve ever done at Pixar, providing an opportunity to unlock the potential of individual artists and their inventive filmmaking approaches on a smaller scale than our normal fare..."

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Sesame Street's Parodies on Entertainments For Older Viewers

Sesame Street has an almost 1.25 hours YouTube video showing its Tel(evision/ly)/"TV Show Parodies Through the Years" from the last 50 years (wow). It also has a music parodies compilation. More to come as expected. Hopefully, new ones too!

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Popular Tech Myths Americans Believe in 2019

Vamvms shared a High Speed Internet (HSI) article titled "Popular Tech Myths Americans Believe in 2019":

"Making sense of the fakes, fails, and surprising facts.

Keeping up with all the ins and outs of technology in this rapidly changing world can be difficult. It’s completely understandable (and unavoidable) for a bit of false information to slip into the conversation here and there. But when misinformation becomes myth, it can persist in the culture for years—long after it’s been debunked.

In addition to looking at some popular tech tales people google around the country, we also surveyed people about the tech myths they still believe. Here’s what we found! ..."

Friday, February 15, 2019

Ahoy's Documentary Videos on Video Games and Guns

Ahoy's YouTube channel has many quality "insightful gaming videos." Its documentary (topic/subject)s are on videogames and guns.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Key & Peele: Competition in the Work Place

The Second City has a funny almost eight years old and two minutes YouTube video showing "Key and Peele: Competition in the Work Place". Hopefully, this soon to be worker ant can compete like these two dudes starting tomorrow. :P

Util's Funny Image Links of the Day (2/11/2019)

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[02:47pm] * Ant sticks Spot, the angry dinosaur, into Util's mailbox.
[02:48pm] Ant> (and many other spots)
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The Battle Of the PBS Stars -- A funny video between Mr. Rogers and Julia Child in boxing.

The Second City has an almost 4.5 minutes funny YouTube video parody showing "The Battle Of the PBS Stars -- Famous PBS stars Mr. Rogers and Julia Child duke it out in a boxing match! ..."

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Tuesday, February 5, 2019


Defunctland has a YouTube series discussing the history of extinct theme park and themed entertainment experiences..."

6-Year-Old Explains How Messed Up It Is That Her Entire Life Has Been Put On Facebook

VideoSift shared two minutes The Onion's YouTube video titled "6-Year-Old Explains How Messed Up It Is That Her Entire Life Has Been Put On Facebook". It is funny and realistic.

Why is 2019 the Year of the Pig? How the Chinese zodiac’s 12 animals were chosen

This South China Morning Post (SCMP) article answers its title, "Why is 2019 the Year of the Pig? How the Chinese zodiac’s 12 animals were chosen"... Also, Happy Chinese New Year! Oink from Earth pigs!

Saturday, February 2, 2019

Super Bowl LIII/53's TV Spots

Adland already has many expensive tel(evision/ly)/TV/(commercial/ad(vertisement)/spot)s online early before tomorrow's Super Bowl LIII/53 game (go Los Angeles (L.A.) Rams!). It looks like this year's are not any better as previous recent years'. :( Here's a related poll that ends before the game ends:

Slang Terms From the 2nd Half of the 1900s (50s-90s) That No One Uses Anymore

Best Life currently has five/5 rad(ical) articles on twenty/20 slang terms from each decade from the (seco/2)nd half of the 1900s ((19)50s-(19)90s) that no one uses anymore: 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.

This old school ant still says daddy-O, pad, far out, bummer, bad, no duh, not even, talk to the hand, as if, booyah!, not!, whatever, sup, and you go girl though. :/ It looks like rad(ical) is still popular. :D

CarbotAnimations' Funny Animated YouTube Videos

Carbot Animations has a bunch of funny animated videos related to Blizzard's popular games.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Auralnauts' YouTube Videos

Auralnauts' YouTube channel has many cool and funny videos -- "... We change the dialogue in movies to turn them into comedies. We change dialogue in commercials to turn them into dark glimpses into dystopian futures. We count how many people were murdered by popular movie stars. We write music. We basically do whatever we want and hope you enjoy it, because thinking too hard about what people want tends to ruin the creative process."

Monday, January 28, 2019

CineFix's YouTube Videos

CineFix's YouTube channel has maybe hundred of videos with its "... ultimate destination for true movie buffs & filmmakers on YouTube." It also has cool videos like 8-bit Cinema, Home Made Movies, What's The Difference?, etc.

Monday, January 21, 2019

Sunday, January 20, 2019

DidYouKnowFood's Videos

DidYouKnowFood is a month old YouTube channel with videos that talks about food with its histories, facts, etc.

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Flu, and extreme hot and cold weather.

Weather Undeground (WU) has a couple interesting long articles:
  1. Which Kills More People: Extreme Heat or Extreme Cold? -- "Extreme heat and extreme cold both kill hundreds of people each year in the U.S., but determining a death toll for each is a process subject to large errors..." Here's a related poll: A related poll about the extreme cold and heat:
  2. Flu Weather: It's Not the Cold, It's the Humidity -- "Folk wisdom has it that cold weather predisposes you to a cold or flu bug. The truth is a bit more complicated—and a lot more interesting. Research over the past few years has zeroed in on atmospheric moisture as the main weather-related factor in flu transmission. The findings are especially relevant this winter, with the U.S. in the throes of one of its worst winters of flu in years, and its driest winter in more than three decades. The key seems to be humidity levels inside, where people gather (and cough) during cold weather. Because it takes less moisture to saturate cold air than warm air, there can easily be high relative humidity (RH) outside on a bitterly cold day. However, once that air is heated to room temperature, the RH plummets..."

Ant prefers the extreme hot weather (can go naked!) over cold weather. Also, no flu infection for this season so far. ;)

Monday, January 7, 2019

How Restaurants Got So Loud

On 11/29/2018, /. shared The Atlantic article on "How Restaurants Got So Loud -- Fashionable minimalism replaced plush opulence. That’s a recipe for commotion..."

No wonder this ant has problems hearing in restaurants. :(

Thursday, January 3, 2019