Monday, July 31, 2006
Star Trek Meets Monty Python
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 11:52 PM
Saturday, July 29, 2006
I guess a writer for the Tonight Show sent a neighbor to the Air Guitar Championship. It seems to not be on the link just yet. But it should be soon. Mrs. Guttman looks just like my Great Grandmother Weimar who recently passed away a year ago. The fun part was that she acted very similarly. As if she was in charge and no one else was. She informed everyone they where stupid. And she told all the guitarists that they needed lives.
I am suddenly a fan of Mrs. Guttman.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 12:49 AM
Friday, July 28, 2006
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 8:26 PM
Yeah pretty much.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 2:07 PM
Weird Al's Video for UHF:The Movie. Great stuff.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 12:40 AM
Thursday, July 27, 2006
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
An interesting point of view. The author gives the story of sitting with several international groups. Each claimed hatred toward America. He was with them until he heard 1967. As in, they have been hating America because of something that happened 40 years ago. Kind of creepy.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 5:10 PM
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Spider-Plant Man (Part 1 of 2)
We've given it really big Teeth.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 5:00 PM
Spider-Plant Man (Part 2 of 2)
Just watch it.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 4:59 PM
Monday, July 24, 2006
Sunday, July 23, 2006
(Wii) Heroes Hi-Res
Yes, this is for the Wii. Pretty impressive huh?
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 10:52 PM
|<i>This was filmed by me in the year 2000 or 2001 in Wuerzburg, Germany, and still i have not seen something like this anywhere. |
P.S. music by Vanessa Mae</i>
I wish to add that this girl has the saem amount of time on a bike as Mormon Misisonaries.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 10:37 PM
Saturday, July 22, 2006
Friday, July 21, 2006
Ev'rybody Wants To Be A Cat
Music composed by Floyd Huddleston and Al Rinker.
Lyrics written by Floyd Huddleston and Al Rinker.
Performed by Phil Harris [Thomas O'Malley].
Everybody wants to be a cat,
Because a cat's the only cat
Who knows where it's at.
Everybody's pickin' up on that feline beat,
'Cause everything else is obsolete.
Now a square with a horn,
Can make you wish you weren't born,
Ever'time he plays;
And with a square in the act,
He can set music back
To the caveman days.
I've heard some corny birds who tried to sing,
But a cat's the only cat
Who knows how to swing.
Who wants to dig
Or stuff like that?
When everybody wants to be a cat.
A square with that horn,
Makes you wish you weren't born,
Ever'time he plays;
And with a square in the act,
He's gonna set this music back
To the Stone Age days.
Because a cat's the only cat
Who knows where it's at;
While playin' jazz you always has a welcome mat,
'Cause everybody digs a swingin' cat.
Everybody digs a swingin' cat.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 7:56 AM
Thursday, July 20, 2006
Console War: Nintendo vs Sony vs Microsoft
Yep, Halo. Thats it.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 3:39 AM
Team Fortress 2 teaser
I have said it before. There is a lot of movies we could be copying off on systems. Without really needing to get realistic.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 1:23 AM
Good enough just to watch. I guess it is taking place during the Half Life time line and universe.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 1:20 AM
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Monday, July 17, 2006
Lego Star Wars II Mega trailer
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 12:25 AM
The Wrath of Giga Bowser
An interesting hack of Super Smash Brothers.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 12:06 AM
Sunday, July 16, 2006
- Ok first off we have a really well done Star Trek Fan Series.
- Then we have a home made NERF Gun that can penatrate cardboard, With Intrstructions.
- I can guess that you want something really nerdy, how about imagining the Tenth Dimension.
- And the film Buff will always want a Horse Head Pillow. (Sorry about the picture in one of these.) Or a Pirates of the Caribean Fire Place.
- And finally a fun game.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 11:46 PM
Time 4 Bed
You Tube is so great.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 11:45 PM
Yep yep - Sesame Street Martians
When my aunti Mari Lou was young she would ask for "Yep Yep Yep Yep" Eventually my Grandparents figured out it meant the martians.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 11:44 PM
Yeah! My Cat would totally love this.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 11:42 PM
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 11:25 PM
The Made for TV Movie.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 1:01 AM
Saturday, July 15, 2006
I would link every thing important, but the article here already does it.
Blender is a program built to do every thing the user wants for a rendered environment . It is also free.
I guess this new update includes everything a production company needed to make a movie. So this makes the Blender program much better.
I have to say, collaborative movies are pretty cool.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 5:12 PM
Friday, July 14, 2006
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Saturday, July 08, 2006
Friday, July 07, 2006
Play the Juggling video and this one at the same time. Put this video at half sound, so that you can here the announcer. Then watch as two completely different videos seem to merge together.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 12:18 AM
Juggling with Style
Inspirational music, amazing angles, and juggling.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 12:14 AM
Thursday, July 06, 2006
There is no mention of a Gundam in there. Though I figure that will probably be a reference point for most Japanese.
It is interesting to see that robots in Japanese TV shows are simply a means to an end. American and European culture give them the thought of Superiority. Or that some how Man will be wiped out by them.
I do have one problem with this article. Right now there is a concern that our population is declining. This is both true and untrue. The truth is that we are naturally compensating for our means at the moment. So when the Old and Graying die off -no offense to any friends that are old and graying- the population will gain more children. This cycle has been seen from the other end as well.
Our ideas of over population came from the idea that we are having to many babies. Get the idea.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 2:39 PM
An article on all of this.
Futurists tend to have great theories, and some do come true. But never in the way that the person thought it would.
Case in point, 1984. We all live in a world where anyone can find out anything about anyone. And nothing is thought badly about this. So we are becoming our own Big Brother.
Or that Kahn Noonian Singh was captured in 2002 according to Star Trek Mythos. And that this was the end of World War III.
The transhumanists are scary though. I wonder if they will ever gain political power. Will it be politically correct to say, "he speaks with a forked tongue." Or, "She is very catty."
Enough Speculation, good night.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 3:35 AM
Saturday, July 01, 2006
The website it self is built to inform women of predators, and unfaithful boyfriends. I actually like the idea.
I was going to post the front page. But it seems the website is branching out into womens langire.
First off , why does a sexual predator site need a langire line.
Second, how do you spell langire. I am only guessing here.
Thirdly, why is it that almost all the guys are 6 Ft or above. I would guess that other shorter guys can be just as bad. But it seems that the more height means the worse guy?
Fourthly, being over 6 Ft my self, does this automatically make me a problem?
More importantly with this article is what the girlfriend did. She looked up her boyfriend. She found out every part of his life through the internet, and by following him. In other words she was stalking him. Should this be allowable?
I remember when I was a computer tech at a TV station. I would look up my co workers on the internet. This was viewed as sort of creepy so I stopped. Now this is completely acceptable. And some of those same people are surprised not to find me after a good Google.
I think its great that people are writing about how bad some of these guys are. That they are predators and need to be stopped. The idea of being anonymous on the web is finally starting to be proven false. And this has good things for it.
An interesting conflict of emotions for me. I hate the guys, but fear the consequences to capture them. Most especially if a post is lying. We don't have any checks for that.
It is as if 1984 happened, and everyone turned out to be big brother.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 4:31 PM
I have often wondered if that was true.
This one sort of scares me. It is pretty funny. But it might also mean that much more angry, jerks, with guns for the people who go door to door. I did that for a living. For some odd reason, going to some ones door was considered over kill.
Posted by Keith Borgholthaus at 12:39 PM