It’s been a while since I dived into YouTube to share some of the finest things I’ve found lately, so let’s take a peek at some fun stuff, shall we?
As you know, YouTube is a wonderful place on the web. You can find so much there. So much so that you can easily waste several hours without even realizing it.
Sometimes, however, the things I see boggle my mind.
The beauty of a website such as YouTube as it shows human nature at its finest — from crazy to funny to straight up nuts.
I am hoping to bring you some of the better clips I’ve watched recently. Unfortunately, the one clip I wanted to show you is no longer up on YouTube because it’s apparently being held for a copyright claim. There wasn’t music involved, so I’m assuming the person who uploaded it was not the owner of the video.
This first one though, is really cool. The idea of this is that they got a bike, all decked out, and locked it to a bike stand in New York City.
Then they left it there.
For a full year.
Along the way, they took a photo of the spot every day for that year — quite the 365 project, eh?
Very cool stuff. Check it out.
This next one is kind of insane.
Apparently, wherever this mall is, some kid decided to up the wrong side of the escalator. When he got to the top, he falls. However, somebody see this unfolding (maybe somebody who works there?) and runs to be under the kid before he falls.
The security cameras capture all of this from different angles, which is kind of wild.
I echo the guy talking on the video — where are the kid’s parents?
Oh, by the way — future note to mascots performing before or at halftime of a game that’s not professional (or wherever you are a mascot normally)…
Don’t shatter the glass!
I don’t know what to think of this video. The beginning is funny and catchy. Then the one line catches you off guard. Then you see the point of the video. Interesting. I’ll look forward to any of you giving me thoughts on this one.
Busted by a dashboard camera!
I love the look on the face of the lady… almost like “Ah…crap!”
If I was driving down a highway and saw this, I’m not sure what I would think…
But something tells me I’d be dialing 911.
Finally, I leave you with a video uploaded by ESPN. It’s the piece they did when Joe Paterno died Sunday. It’s a very good piece and shows Paterno through the years and touches on many things. It’s well worth seeing, if you haven’t seen it already.
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