It's been a while since I posted some goofy videos, so I figured it would be a nice change from the junk that I've been posting as of late.
The best thing about having a satellite dish is I don't have to go all the way to the thrift store to find weird video tapes (and most of the time, I don't find anything worth buying). Instead, the garbage comes directly into my home via satellite, and if I've got nothing to do, I'll sit there and record anything weird that comes up on the screen.
So here's some of the fun stuff I've recorded over the past few months...
Connecticut Shooting Memorial Wildfeed
When the Connecticut shooting hit the news, it hit big. It was a very disturbing thing to hear about, and the dish was on fire with wild feeds about the incident. Over the course of about two weeks, there were lots and lots of memorials being held for the victims. I recorded quite a bit of this one and was able to catch a very memorable moment which had the potential to reach homes all over North America.
Crappy Foreign Music Video
I don't know what fucking language this is in, and I don't care either.
When you live in a third world country, any thoughts on how to produce your music video go out the window. If you have a picture of grazing zebras kicking around, it will make a fantastic backdrop to you bopping around while lipsyncing to a distorted recording of your hit song.
You see, in third world countries they don't have volume controls, so they just make the audio as loud as possible and hope that it all turns out well for the douchebag watching at the other end.
There are plenty of great effects in this video, and I'm going to leave it up to you to discover them. I encourage any up-and-coming video producers to take serious notes because there's plenty to learn from idiots who don't know what they're doing.
Royally Fucked Up Asian TV Show
There are no words to describe this one. I have no clue what the point of this show is, but it has a flying donkey in the opening and closing credits. I've posted a short clip of the actual show's content, followed by the closing credits which I guarantee will be the most amazing minute and a half of your entire existence. It changed my life. I'm not sure if it's for the better or worse, but I will never again be the same person I was before watching this.
As long as people keep doing stupid shit, there will always be more content for me to record and put up for your amusement.
Monday, February 18, 2013
Posted by Ben Century at 4:30 PM