This lively satire uses animation and a pseudo-documentary style to depict Canada's search for a national identity. The National Scream explains, amongst other elements of Canadiana, how and why the beaver became the country's symbol.
Really weird poodle exercise video for humans. This is a mesmerizing and frightening video. It's a word-for-word parody of Susan Powter's first workout video, featuring poodles and a crazy poodle-woman. Absolutely surreal. It was made by Nagi Noda for Panasonic. It was part of 10 films they made for the 2004 Athens Olympics.
An old video of legendary masked man, The Destroyer, taking on his arch-nemesis, Victor the Bear. These bears were trained for this btw... kinda like circus bears are trained to ride bikes or walk on balance beams. Didnt say it was right, just comparable...rn
Excerpts from the "High-speed Video Magic" DVD, featuring billiards and stupid human tricks (also including balloons, breaking stuff, engineering stuff, toys, fluids and foods in motion, and stupid animal tricks). The DVD contains numerous narrated super-slow-motion video clips filmed with a special high-speed video camera. Sound effects are also included. The DVD is fun and instructional, and appeals to a wide range of audiences: billiards enthusiasts, instructors, and students; physics teachers and students, kids and parents interested in physics, science, and engineering; and anybody interested in the artistic beauty of all sorts of things moving in super slow motion.
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Christian left the Kora Reserve in 1973. He made his new territory along the Tana river, but when the Wakamba herdsmen kept bringing their livestock to his hunting ground, he moved on. George Adamson said in his autobiography, "I used to count the days on which we hadn't seen Christian, but when they reached 97, I gave up recording them in my diary." Because a lion can live from 12 to 15 years in the wild, Adamson believed that Christian ended his days in the Meru National Reserve only a few miles up river.
Two rabbits get out of hand on the ol' farm and the chicken police have to step in. Constable Cluckers and Sheriff Flappywing are two fowls that know how to keep the peace. They may be chickens, but don't figuratively call them chicken.