Amazing shots from a kid (Titus) between 18 and 24 months old. He began shooting baskets shortly after learning to walk, we started filming some, and then got totally carried away.
This is the trick shot video that makes other trick shot videos look like a bunch of old guys who should have something better to do -- like retire, turn up their pacemakers, or join an assisted living facility.
Soundtrack is original.
Governments, Police, Military and "information agencies" the world over seem to be taking steps to curtail the recording of their activity by the public, while at the same time ever increasing their surveillance of us via CCTV cameras, aerial drones, all-terrain unmanned vehicles, mobile and consumer network monitoring and their own video recording devices in squad cars and other equipment or data collection initiatives.
This is a worldwide problem and the people of the world need to stand up to it and demand the right to photograph and/or record video in public, or we may lose the right forever.
This video covers:
- how the power company charges more to pay for "free" light bulbs
- the goal is fewer power plants
- a five dollar clothes line would save more
- energy audits are lame
- the longevity of light bulbs - tested
- situations of using a light for 30 seconds or less
- the luminosity for the first 30 seconds
- the amount of electricity to construct a light bulb
- CFL subsidies in australia and the incandescent ban
- total energy cost of a CFL
- CFL toxicity during construction, during use and after disposal
- the 2008 data sheet from the EPA comparing mercury pollution
- IQ Drop
- impact on concentration
- UV burns
- catching on fire
- epipleptic siezures
Thanks to all the folks that chipped in through kickstarter for this video. Including the "executive producer of odd smells" http://makeitmissoula.com
Thanks to Camille Pearl and Durk Collins for playing parts.
The father of free software philosophy spoke to RT on evil developers, spying social networks, the almost-legitimacy of Anonymous hacks and the condition under which he would take a proprietary program and a million dollars.
Some of you may not realize it, but this is sarcasm. The truth about the tragic events of 9/11 are starting to surface. More and more people everyday are beginning to question the "official" version of the events that day, which we were force-fed by the media. 9/11 was a false flag inside job designed to create panic in order to pass unconstitutional perversions such as the Patriot Act and the basis for two illegal wars.
The Meatrix continues with The Meatrix II: Revolting! The second installment of the Meatrix (www.themeatrix.com) features three superhero farm animals including Leo, the young pig who wonders if he is "the one," Chickity, the feathered family farm defender, and Moopheus, the trench-coat clad cow with a passion for green pastures. The sequel delivers even more action, adventure, and humor than the first as the three plunge into the revolting reality of industrial dairy farming. The Meatrix II: Revolting was created and produced by Sustainable Table (www.sustainabletable.org) and Free Range Studios (www.freerangestudios.com)
The movie that started it all! The Meatrix spoofs The Matrix films and highlights the problems with factory farming.
Instead of Keanu Reeves, The Meatrix stars a young pig, Leo, who lives on a pleasant family farm... he thinks. Leo is approached by a trenchcoat-clad cow, Moopheus, and joins him on a journey to learn more about what goes on behind closed barn doors at factory farms.
The Meatrix was created and produced by Sustainable Table and Free Range Studios.
There is no point in worrying about the erosion of personal freedom that is the reality of our present era if we can do nothing about it. They say that knowledge is power, but that is one of the greatest myths of all history. Knowledge without action is useless and leads only to apathy and despair. So the question is: what type of action can reverse this trend? Writing letters and signing petitions to the same people who have created the problem is not going to do it. Voting for candidates selected by power brokers with hidden agendas will not do it either. There have been many proposals to reverse the tide of totalitarianism but, after decades of effort, none of them have worked. In this address, G. Edward Griffin, Founder of Freedom Force, tells us why; and the reason is so simple, it will astound you. Once we clear away that single barrier, the plan for a pro-active counter-force falls quickly into place. This is the missing piece of the puzzle, the ultimate solution we have been seeking. Visit Freedom Force
Anyone can give you a free hug. You can get that for your Mom. If you want a REAL hug you have to go to a specialist, and that's gonna cost you. Believe me, it's worth it. You'll feel loved to the BONE.
By now, you may have heard about our acclaimed documentary I.O.U.S.A., a film that boldly examines the rapidly growing national debt and its consequences for the United States and its citizens. The film has been a huge hit, getting rave reviews from Roger Ebert and others.
Now, we proudly release a 30-minute condensed version of I.O.U.S.A. designed specifically for watching and sharing on the web - for free.
So if you haven't had a chance to see the movie yet, watch the condensed I.O.U.S.A. today. If you've already seen it in a theater, check out the abbreviated version for a refresher. Then, tell your friends, your family, your Facebook friends and your Twitter followers about the staggering amount of money - $53 trillion - in financial obligations owed by the federal government to foreign investors and to every single American in the form of pensions, health benefits, Social Security and Medicare.
Then, visit http://www.IOUSAtheMovie.com and join us in our Fiscal Wake-Up Movement. Together, we can make American fiscal responsibility a reality.
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation has teamed up with mtvU to create InDebtEd, a new campaign for college students that raises awareness about the dangers of personal and government debt and promotes action to help stop the fiscal crisis in the United States.
Applicants 18-28 years old, individually or in teams, must come up with a creative, original idea for a video game that addresses the nation's fiscal crisis, with a $10,000 prize at stake.