Iron man Manohar Aich, who turned 100, says a little discipline in life and treading the path of honesty will help one live long.
Born in a poor family in modern-day Bangladesh, Aich braved monetary odds to pursue his passion.
After a lifetime of war, an old samurai is challenged to an epic showdown with a young ambitious samurai, his worthiest adversary yet. Battle is imminent, but the past could prove to be the old samurai’s undoing.
Starring James Huang & Miho Ando
Written & Directed by Benjamin Wong
Produced by Celia Esguerra
Cinematography by Boa Simon
Edited by Alisa Khosrovschahi
Score by Christopher Guanlao
With Patrick Chien, Ryan Fung, Chad Kim, Darrel Miho, David Sheen, Eagle Yu · Kevin Nakatsuka, AD · Lauren Morelli, Costume Design · Christie Griffin, Key Makeup
Two young Japanese girls turn into two old Japanese men and there's a photo to prove it! A presentation of the Just For Laughs Gags. The funny hidden camera pranks show for the whole family.
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The Tale of Momotaro, a boy who's legend says he grew from inside a giant peach to become a strong young man, befriended a talking dog, monkey, and pheasant, and with his friends' help vanquished a particularly mean Ori (demon/ogre type character from Japanese folk tales).
Its done in 80s Jazz Opera style, thought u might find it funny...
More and more networks will certainly be shutting down their analog service in the coming months, and time will tell if the "firm" deadline set to June 12th, 2009 for all US broadcasters to have switched holds firm this time around.
Straight outta the retirement home, this Funky Fresh Senior Choir is here to tear down the house â€“ in between naps of course. They cover a variety of hip-hop acts, including Nelly, Outkast and Chamillionaire. If this video doesnâ€™t stick in your mind, you must have a serious case of Alzheimerâ€™s.
"The medium is the message" tells us that noticing change in our societal or cultural ground conditions indicates the presence of a new message, that is, the effects of a new medium. With this early warning, we can set out to characterize and identify the new medium before it becomes obvious to everyone - a process that often takes years or even decades. And if we discover that the new medium brings along effects that might be detrimental to our society or culture, we have the opportunity to influence the development and evolution of the new innovation before the effects becomes pervasive. As McLuhan reminds us, "Control over change would seem to consist in moving not with it but ahead of it. Anticipation gives the power to deflect and control force."