Even though it seems unlikely that LMFAO will ever have a huge hit again(everything else they did after “Party Rock Anthem” and “Champagne Showers” was horrible), it is true that them dudes surely know how to party. I mean come on now, the videos of them shufflin’ and party seem to be a consistent theme. They know how to party all night long and they surely don’t show any signs of stopping; nothing can get in the way of shufflin.
Well, since they love to party so much, Key & Peele decided to take their own spin on it with a song called “Non-Stop Party.” What starts off as an awesome non-stop party, turns into a nightmare; everywhere they turn is a party. So what happens next? Well, watch the video and you’ll see. I surely don’t want to spoil the joke for you.
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Throughout my travels I’ve had the opportunity to visit or at least venture through different cities. I’ve walked throughout Manhattan, all the way from downtown to uptown. I’ve driven through Atlanta, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Charlotte, Omaha, Los Angeles, Pasadena, Kansas City, Memphis, Birmingham, and so many more cities.
But, I never imagined what a city would look like empty.
Could you imagine a city without people? An eerie post-apocalyptic vision of a city, except without any destruction or trash. Clean empty cities with no presence of human life except for the creativity of architecture and design. Nothing is in motion, except the wind and the changes of the environment such as lighting and shadows casted by the sun playing with buildings.
Well, in this riveting new timelapse series called Empty America, Ross Ching shows us his vision of empty American cities. The first video shows us what San Francisco would look like if nobody existed, and the timelapse work is beautiful. It’s an eerie beautiful quality that allows you to reflect on the life of the city; imagine the buildings are characters in a story waiting to be told.
Oh, and if you’re wondering how on earth he was able to make the cities appear so desolate? Well the secret is post-production. The power of erasing is what led to this eerie, yet alluring, timelapse videos of empty American cities.
Stay tuned for more Empty American cities in this ingenious new timelapse series, Empty America
Empty America: San Francisco
Empty America: Seattle
Empty America: New York
Empty America: Washington, DC
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I dare you to resist the desire to start doing some new jack swing. “This Is How We Do It” happens to be one of my favorite 90s anthems, and it was my mom’s ringtone, as well as mine. So when I saw this commercial and the spirit of time travel, I knew I had to post it.
C’mon now, y’all know I had to post the music video too. CLASSIC! Totally 90s. And if you want more Kia commercial, check out the dancing hamsters here.
I saw this awhile back on the Disney Channel and I forgot to post it! October is almost over, but it’s still a really cool video.
Yesterday, while everyone was somewhere on the planet doing their usual happenings or seeking some type of “adventure,” Felix Baumgartner was on his way to space for his death-defying jump from the edge of space.
If you’ve never heard of Felix Baumgartner, then you have been missing out on following the happenings one of the coolest men on earth. Seriously, he’s even cooler than the Dos Equis guy. First off, his name is Felix and that happens to be one of my favorite names; such a cool name, every Felix I’ve meet has been radical! Secondly, Felix Baumgartner has jumped off almost all the tallest buildings and successfully sky-dived back to the safety of the ground.
Felix, a world renown Austrian skydiver, has done a lot of stunts and yesterday he made history. Millions around the world gathered together on YouTube to watch the live feed (courtesy of Red Bull Stratos) of Felix’s journey to space and his insane freefall from space back to earth. It was perhaps one of the coolest videos I’ve ever watched in my life! I mean how often can someone say, “Yeah, I skydived from space.” That is pretty radical, borderline super-heroic.
If you thought you knew the definition of epic, then you’d better think again. Felix Baumgartner’s jump from the edge of space is officially the new definition of the word “epic.” For now on that word should only be reserved for things that are truly comparable to skydiving from space (or at least a few notches below that, but still cool).
For some chance if you didn’t watch the live feed and experience the fear that everyone felt watching Felix jump from the tiny vessel that carried him to space, then you need to watch the mission highlights now. The video is still insanely cool, but I will admit I’m glad I crowded around the computer screen with my folks and held my breathe from the moment he jumped until the time he landed on the ground. It was such an heroic moment in history. Oh, and if you thought the jump was a new world record, well it was. But Felix also is the first skydiver to ever break the sound barrier. Like I said before, that is totally heroic! Felix Baumgartner is my new favorite superhero!
Super Cool Video of the Jump, Re-created with LEGOS!
If you’ve never taken a road trip throughout the West Coast, then I highly recommend. The scenery is quite beautiful, and if you’ve got time, you should stop by the Grand Canyon. I myself haven’t gone into the canyon, but I’ve driven through Arizona and I’ve scene the rock formations off in the distance. It’s simply stunning.
Want to know what else is simply stunning? Well this beautiful time-lapse called “Grand Canyon: Blink of Time” is a gorgeous video that was made using over 80k pictures in a period of seven weeks. The video captures some breathtaking evening skies, shooting stars, and the depth of the canyon.
If you’re a nature lover, then you will fall in love with this amazing time-lapse. And if you haven’t gone to the Grand Canyon, the add that to your bucket list. I know it’s on my list of places to visit.