Though there are so many songs out there, our ears can only hear a certain number of tones. And since it only takes a few notes in common for two songs to sound too similar, his question stands stronger than ever.
Interrupting live news reports on the streets has been a classic prank since the live news reports began. Today, those interruptions are often referred to as video bombing.
F1 Racing was held in Austin over the weekend, so naturally, downtown was simply hopping with people. KVUE of course sent a reporter to check out the streets, and one drunk lady made sure to smile for the camera.
For year now, governments around the world, including the United Nations, have been trying to stifle, control, and censor the Internet, the 21st century’s greatest most powerful tool. Most of the time, they meet behind closed doors with no media coverage, and attempt to pass legislation while the people are distracted. Remember SOPA?
Google was one of the most important sites to take a stand against SOPA, and now they are turning the web users again to help spread the word of further attacks on our Internet freedoms.
“Starting December 3rd, the world’s governments are meeting behind closed doors at the ITU to discuss the future of the Internet. Some governments want to use this meeting in Dubai to increase censorship and regulate the Internet.”
Golf obsessed YouTube channel Golfwerkz published this video before the weekend, and already it stands with over 1.3 million views.
Long drive champion Jamie Sadlowski was invited by Gary Williams for a one-on-one competition with the Golf Channel‘s simulator. It only took Jamie one swing to hit the ball so hard, it actually broke off the holder and smashed right through the simulator’s screen.
Bangakang and his buddies rented a huge 26 ft long, 9 ft tall moving truck, and filled it with bag after bag of fallen leaves. After collecting so much, they dumped their treasure of over 1,000 trash bags of leaves in the backyard.