Look how close this helicopter gets to houses and people! SCARY! Lee successfully flying his RC Helicopter with such ease, style and sleek style. Hard to believe that he's 32!!!
Bruce Cockburn song performed by Donnie Eidt
Torley gets closer his heroes and talks really fast. Occasionally, slow. Amidst a field of hyper + special FX: fruits, Justice + Kate Bush, "classic" electronic music, Carl Sagan (and other great explainers), and M dot Strange's We Are the Strange all make an appearance.
* what is your 2nd-favorite fruit?
* Elvis or Beatles?
* who are your techno influences?
* which music do you listen to now (when you have time)?
* what are you reading right now?
* would you like to talk about the movie we watched?
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jewish kid running after a shikse in the streets of the holy-city Jerusalem
Danceoff from moonlight to sunshine. Mymiklo****
Here's me leading the crowd over to the diagonal cross walk. Yes, I'm taking credit for the idea. I started it! Distributed by Tubemogul.
The international community realizes the time is nigh.
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Microsoft's always been playing second fiddle to the iPod, but with the ZuneHD and its ultra-sexy OLED screen, Microsoft might have a shot at changing some minds. What's up with the device, and when will we know more about it? We talk to Donald Bell from CNET, who put out a lengthy hands-on with the unit. He has some good things to say about the device, and it seems like Microsoft is firing on all cylinders with its MP3 player.
We also talk to Dan Frommer from the Business Insider who isn't drinking the ZuneHD kool-aid just yet; he thinks the lack of a compelling app platform is going to be a huge downer for Microsoft, and that regular people would rather have a plethura of games to choose from, rather than a music exclusive device.
What's your take? Do you think Microsoft has a shot to carve itself out as the best music player out there, or does the best music player still play second fiddle to a world full of apps? Sound off in the comments. Distributed by Tubemogul.