Last night, I did it. I downloaded the TikTok app and opened an account. Did I mention that I’m sixty? That’s kind of old for uploading short videos that play in a loop, but it can be done. It’s unlikely I’ll ever star in my own videos. My video efforts work better with stuffed animals who have finely cultured personalities. You know, the stuffies I live with. The app allowed me to upload two existing videos last night, and apparently some people saw them. A separate app on my phone allowed the stuffies’ lips to move in sync with voices … Continue reading Adulting on TikTok
The bold print above this post is the entertainment equivalent of “Who wants pizza???!!!” It’s gonna be popular. The video is shared on Facebook by The Pet Collective. You can find them at http://www.facebook.com/thepetcollective Continue reading Who Wants to Watch a Duckling Video???!!!
Here’s a video posted by Helen Mcgoldrick on the Facebook group Kent Bikers. Kent Bikers is defined as a public group, for bikes and bikers only. I hope it was alright for me to copy-and-paste this video to share it. Continue reading Motorcycles With Trombones. What Could be More Simple — and Vital?
A squirrel who thinks she’s a puppy. It really isn’t sad because Thumbelina has found her niche. Continue reading He-e-e-e-re’s Thumbelina!
I’VE ACHIEVED WHAT EVERY ARTIST WANTS, WHICH IS THAT SOME OF THEIR WORK WILL OUTLIVE THEM. — GEORGE MICHAEL Continue reading One Year After George Michael’s Passing
I’m posting this on the weekend, so most of you should be able to watch the accompanying video. Be discreet, though. If you enjoy it, take a look at some of the other material uploaded to YouTube with the username ExplosiveIndustries. It’s Dave Hill’s account, and he has worked with some of the best: Dick Cavett, David Rakoff and a couple of Chihuahuas. If you’re really, really impressed, try listening to Dave’s radio talk show. It’s on Monday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on WFMU in Jersey City, NJ. The station has an online stream at wfmu.org. Continue reading Not Suitable For Work (NSFW)
Monkey, the PG Tips tea mascot, is hilarious. However, he can be an overbold, grandiose self-promoter, which means he doesn’t always think of others. Here’s an example: (Note: The fact that I laughed is irrelevant.) Continue reading Presumptuous Sock Monkeys are Real
If you’re planning a trip outside of your own country this summer, you should be informed on how electricity is delivered in the country you’re visiting. Power outlets in the U.S. operate on Alternating Current (A.C.), but that isn’t universal. In many other countries Americans will need an adapter, and if you look online you’ll find some disagreement on whether a particular adapter works in more than one European country. Make every effort to have all of your questions answered before your departure. If the hotel supplies a hair dryer, that shouldn’t be an issue. However, you’ll need to know … Continue reading When in Rome…
I THINK THAT, UM, FARTING ON AN ESCALATOR IS A COWARD’S GAME. — THE BRILLIANT DAVE HILL Continue reading This is Why I’m a Secular Humanist: Empathy, Courtesy
Nighty Night, Series One British Comedy, Black Humor Starring Julia Davis, Angus Deayton, Rebecca Font, Kevin Eldon, et al Written by Julia Davis Aired on BBC 3 in 2004 BBC Video Release, Available in the U.S. and Canada on a Warner Home Video Region 1 DVD ISBN: 1-4198-1737-X (This is the ISBN for Region 1) Approximate Running Time 171 Minutes. Six Episodes Plus Bonus Footage. Price Varies by Retailer I don’t own a television set — and don’t want one — so my access to video is limited to streaming and DVDs. I’m picky about what I watch, but open … Continue reading Julia Davis’s Nighty Night Series One (Review)