The nightly news is usually just a thirty minute marathon of darkness and depression, so this news report from 7NEWS is a real breath of fresh air.
Not only is it a happy ending story of a missing penguin being returned back to Sea World, but it’s also one of the funniest, most ridiculous stories to air on the news.
Three drunk friends broke into Sea World, swam with the dolphins, stole a penguin, and recorded the entire adventure. The next day they woke up with a bad headache, and a freaking penguin in the living room. Talk about tripping out.
In honor of Earth Day, the nature conscious health and beauty products company Burt’s Bees teamed up with composer Diego Stocco to create a piece of music entirely made from nature. Diego knocked on wood, rustled leaves, poured rice, and more to make a one of a kind, literally natural sound. The video is featured on CBSNews-TheFeed.
A common camera trick many directors use in film is having a character look directly into the camera. The viewer feels connected by the eye contact in a way otherwise not possible.
To just get an idea of how popular this camera technique is, ClaraDarko2 published this video of nearly 150 famous films when the audience makes eye contact with a character. Here’s Looking At You. Get it?
Anyone who has seen any one of the twenty-three James Bond films knows that the super spy is also often referred to by his agent number, 007. But “zero, zero, seven” doesn’t really roll of the tongue, so it’s always pronounced “double-oh seven.”
Video editor akbar5656 published this video of all 193 instances when “double-oh” is mentioned in all 23 Bond movies. Even though the video is from two months ago, it has only gone viral now, amassing over 60,000 views just this week and being featured on TheDailyWhat, EbaumsWorld, and MPViral.