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It turns out wringing out a wet towel in space is not the same as doing it on Earth.

[via NPR]

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Someone discovered the secret that Indiana Jones is based on the classic pulp heroes. Some of these shots look nearly identical, but I think film making is like any other skill. Watch what others have done; repeat the things that worked, don’t do the things that didn’t.

Raiders of the Lost Archives

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Spikes Tend to Kill You

by ShadowStalker on December 13, 2011

in Games

Spikes Tend to Kill You is a fun little game. A platformer pared down to the essential concept.

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So the 90s were about sex, grrrl power, and being selfish? Sounds about like I remember them.

IT’S THE 90S!

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The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco takes a moment to help out all the cosplayers out there by addressing the serious issue of “Slave Leia fatigue.”* Interesting note: the video was directed by Chuck‘s Zachary Levi.

Slave Leia PSA starring Kaley Cuoco

*Trust us ladies, we never get tired of Slave Leia

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Aqua Vitae

by ShadowStalker on December 22, 2010 · 3 comments

in Music Videos

I ordered you the cheese platter.


Aqua – Dr. Jones

[click to continue…]

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Now you too can travel back in time in a classy Delorean. Just put this 500 GB hard drive on your desk, and the space around your cubicle will be transported back to a time when being a nerd was uncool.

(via Uncrate)

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And Humperdinck shot first.

(thanks Brandon!)

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Roll a cigarette, put on some skinny jeans, and enjoy this video ironically.

(maybe NSFW due to cartoon drawings of penises)

I guess the British word for “hipster” is “dickhead.” Brits win this round.

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A Complicated Order

by ShadowStalker on September 7, 2010

in Music Videos

I can’t get enough of impromptu musical numbers. Todrick Hall and friends sing a complicated order to an unappreciative, cold box (through a drive-thru speaker, zing!).

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