This trippy dance video published by wizartsjp a month ago has just exploded with views after being featured on Reddit. Don’t mind the first 30 seconds of darkness, that’s just the build up for the amazing light visuals you’re about to enjoy.
In over time during the Colorado state championship game, Chaparral High School only had five seconds to take the win, or continue in another quarter. #1 just had moments to throw the ball up for a three, but when he missed everyone assumed they were heading for a second over time.
That’s when #4 Josh Adams pulled a Michael Jordan, and literally flew up and tipped the ball back in at the buzzer. He single handedly won the 2012 CHSAA 5A Boys Basketball Championship in Colorado. The four day old video already 175,000 views, and is featured on YouTubeTrends and BostonBarStool.
This month old video slideshow has just exploded online, with users outraged by the images. Donald Trump’s sons apparently went hunting in Africa, taking out an elephant, leopard, ‘gator, and more, and posing with the carcasses. The video is featured on Gothamist and BusinessInsider.
As everyone knows, the magic of walking on the moon is it’s much lighter gravitational pull than what we’re used to on earth. The results are a slow motion, floating feeling. But what happens when you fall? Especially in that huge, bulking space suit, it’s not as easy as it sounds. And that’s exactly what happened to astronaut Charlie Duke.
In this video posted to YouTube in 2006 from the NASA Apollo 16 video archive, we can see how Duke had to see-saw his way back to standing after falling. The ancient video just had a recent surge in viewership after being featured by Tosh.0 and TastefullO.
HBO’s pseudo-documentary called Game Change is about John McCain choosing Sarah Palin as his vice president running mate in 2008. Critics and fans of Palin were excited to see Julianne Moore’s take on the conservative celebrity.
Flammable2002 did all the work for us, and published this twelve minute side by side comparison of real Sarah Palin quotes from TV being covered in the movie. Read more on Slate.