DonAithnen (donaithnen) wrote,

Friday Fun Stuff: Video Edition

Okay, i'm going to try and stay in the habit of Friday Fun Stuff for awhile

I love How It Should Have Ended, and generally like Honest Trailers, so an Honest Trailer with a HISHE cameo is just awesome. Especially when it's for Star Trek Into Darkness.

(Oh, but for those of you who missed the Honest Trailer for the 2009 Star Trek you might want to check that our first.)

Here's a cool dance routine, enigmatically named "Nuance", with some really cool special effects. (Warning for those who care, it's a little dubsteppy)

Just for +Steuard Jensen (who's probably already seen it) "A Capella Science - Bohemian Gravity!" It's Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, with string theory, a capella.

...okay, i admit, i didn't understand even 10% of that, but it's still cool.

Here's a cute little video that's exactly what it says on the tin, "Ginger Cat vs The Paper Army"

And thanks to +Michael Powell, here's an amusing and educational video about American health care costs, "Why Are American Health Care Costs So High?"

This turns out to be the same guy as did one of the amusing "this is why pennies suck!" videos that i linked waaaay back when.

Now that i know he does this on a regular basis i should check out some more of his stuff, as well as anything new CGPGrey has done in the last couple months.

Cross-posted from G+
Tags: fun stuff

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