Feb 172012

Videos like this is what YouTube was made for. The vintage clip features a 1990′s “Jewfro-bulous boy” in his basement performing some sweet dunks on his toy basketball hoop. The video is from the Genesis of YouTube, all the way back in 2006, but just went viral this morning after being featured on Reddit


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Feb 162012

This vintage Sesame Street clip from 1984 went viral last October, and is resurfacing now after being featured on TheFW. The 80′s was really the Genesis of home computing, so Sesame Street had a special on the new technology. A group of New York school children were asked what a computer is. Their answers are enlightening and, interestingly, not much different than what a child today would say. 


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Feb 142012

Pat Sajak recently made headlines when he admitted on a TV interview that in the early days of Wheel Of Fortune he would host the show drunk. Now this vintage clip of a much younger (and possibly drunk) Pat Sajak has surfaced online of him dropping his pants at the closing of the show. The video is featured on Guyism


Thanks CW!

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Feb 082012

It must have been a slow news day, even for sports, because this sports reporter took his valuable airtime to cover a ‘steel cage match’ at the local animal shelter between two kittens. He reports on the two as if they were part of an exciting pay-per-view wrestling match.


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Feb 072012

Disneyland opened in 1955 fulfilling the dreams of every little boy and girl. Now there was an actual place to see the ‘real’ Mickey Mouse and other famous characters! Take a tour through time in this video that  has just uploaded of vintage footage from the then two year old park in 1957. The video is featured on HuffingtonPost and Devour


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