Monday, April 27, 2015

Harrison Ford "Get the F**k outa my house" - Magician David Blaine

Amazing magician David Blaine freaked out Harrison Ford with this incredible magic trick - so much so that Ford told Blaine to "Get the F**k outta my house"...











2 Dramatic Captures on Film of Recent Avalanche on Everest Base Camp 25.04.2015

The recent earthquake in Nepal triggered an avalanche on Mount Everest killing at least 17 people at Base Camp. Dozens of teams were training and acclimatizing themselves to higher altitudes as they prepared to make summit attempts in the next few weeks, when the avalanche hit. 

A German photographer captured the moment the avalanche came down on a group of people. "The ground is shaking," a climber calls out. The others laugh in response. Seconds later the group of men start running as they see a massive cloud of snow coming towards them. With no time left to spare, the men went behind a yellow tent in an attempt to take cover. Seconds later, the climbers are buried and are heard gasping for air...



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Another angle of the avalanche barrelling down on the Base Camp


Source(s): deccanchronicle | cnn | theweathernetwork

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Patents (HBO)

We learn something new all the time with John Oliver. In his latest vid, he talks about something we've never heard of before - 'Patent trolls'. They are a person or company who "typically don't invent anything or sell anything. They simply buy patents and make their money by threatening lawsuits." 
"Most of these companies don't produce anything — they just shake down anyone who does, so calling them trolls is a little misleading — at least trolls actually do something, they control bridge access for goats and ask people fun riddles. Patent trolls just threaten to sue the living s--- out of people, and believe me, those lawsuits add up." ...




100 Guitars Falling Slowly

No, it's not a hundred guitars falling from the sky or anything like that but it was still just as awesome to watch. Organizers were expecting around 100 musicians but almost 1,000 guitar players, young and old alike and skill levels of varying degrees, got together in downtown Toronto on Thursday as part of a promotional event for the musical "Once" at the Ed Mirvish Theatre for the "100 Guitars Falling Slowly" event - and it was beautiful. Everyone was in sync!...


The participants were given the chords and lyrics to the song "Falling Slowly" prior to the event. The folk-rock tune is an Academy Award-winning song that is featured in the 2007 movie that was later adapted for the stage.
"Once" cast member Ian Lake said he was surprised by how good the song sounded when it was played by nearly 1,000 people at the same time. - toronto.ctvnews


How to chop an ONION using CRYSTALS with Jamie Oliver

This spoof vid has Jamie Oliver showing us how to chop onions in various ways, one of which includes using crystals and.. a banana?....