This is a video made of Amir Massoud Tofangsazan. If you don't know who he is, He is sometimes known as the "broken laptop guy" in the satirical blog created by Thomas Sawyer. He is the man who cowardly sells items on eBay that are either broken, or do not exist. And the funny things is, This wanker is studying to be a barrister!! LMAO!!
One day, An honest Ebayer had enough of this man selling broken laptops and decided to find a way to get revenge. So the Ebayer took out the hard drive of the laptop hooked it up to another machine and started looking through it. What he found was amazing. Not only were there photos of Amir Massoud Tofangsazan on the laptop, There was also gay porn, his passport details, his homework, his university details, photos of his friends, more gay porn and the most perverted thing of all, Photos he had secretly taken of women's legs on the train with his camera phone.. What's that you say Amir? You want to be a barrister? LOL Good luck with that now, ya fuckin wierdo!
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This is a funny video. Nothing makes me laugh harder than when someone is showing off or acting cool and then makes a complete arse out of themselves. This looks like some kind of "x factor" type show when some guy come on and decided to wow the audience with his 1337 dancing skillz.. Don't give up the day job mate, Your dancing is shit! Though very funny.
This video shows what some (French?) people have done with a spray can, a piece of string, two motors, a laptop and a fuck load of imagination and knowhow. It's an Automatic Graffiti Machine. As far as I can see, you put a picture, or some kind of image map into a computer and the computer then control's the length of string and spray can to draw the image on a flat surface. It's the same principle that engineers use when they have to draw big plans on paper with autocad..
One thing I know for sure is I really want an Automatic Graffiti Machine
This video is quite amazing. It demonstrates how rice and sand (or any small particles) react to sound. The rice is spread on a metal plate then sound is used to resonate the metal plate and it makes the rice form patterns on the plate.
If anyone knows of a site that details how and why this happens, or why the rice forms the shapes it does I would love to know about it.
This is a pretty funny video. This monkey thought it would be a good idea to play with a dogs penis, the dog didn't think so, And bit the monkey. "Aww, poor monkey" you might think, But check out this monkeys reaction to it, It's monkey based hilarity.
I am a big fan of blooper type videos, But I am trying not to post many blooper videos on GoogTube because a lot of people will think they are lame. But this video is a nice compilation of bloopers where people, and a dog, attempt to fly. their flying attempts do not go according to plan in most cases, Needless to say, hilarity ensued and fun was had all round.
Years a go I was a huge fan of Guns n Roses. But to see Axl Rose up there now, over weight, prating about with an unknown band behind him in this video fills my heart with sadness. I understand he probably has a huge house and equally huge drug habit to finance, But it's time to give it up Axl, Your moment has passed.
Not only did he wear himself out doing his trademark running across the stage thing, But he sounds nothing like he used to. He sounds like what he is, a poor fat old man doing a bad impersonation of the Axl Rose of yesterday..
I remember I come home on a Saturday night, completely drunk, and I see an advert on TV for magic sand. This stuff looked amazing. I told all my friends about it but nobody else had seen the advert, I never see it again and never see the product in the shops, so I came to the conclusion that this magic sand was a figment of my imagination and never actually existed outside of my head. But this google video of magic sand proves I was right, See! I'm not losing my mind!
This is a test video of the scarpar all terrain snowboard. The scarpar is a motorised board that uses two catapilla tracks and an 80cc 6 bhp engine to power it's self over any terrain. It has a wire form the engine to control acceleration, and worryingly no visible break. The scarpar is due for release in 2007 and looks as though it will be a huge hit.