A poem I wrote about being a caretaker and turned into a song a year later, given to my wife on Mother's Day
This dog amazingly shows the exact reaction which we have when our bae doesn't listen to us and leave us even after trying to stop them a thousand times.
Calling a Thousand Times - Jennifer Jeon
DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY THOUSAND TIMES YOU BREATHE IN A DAY
DOES YOUR HEART BEAT 100 THOUSAND TIMES IN A DAY
This dude managed to scare his friend several times in a row and each time it gets more and funnier. LOL!
Your buddies will click thousand times :)
This is the first movie I made with iSight. Like I'll say a thousand times on this movie, I hope I don't look like a douchebag!
Chapman Digital Motion Pictures present a powerfully enlightening drama. Written and directed by Matt Chapman, In Case of Emergency is the tale of Joe. A recovering ex-smoker who is faced with the addiction that he so badly want's to overcome. From start to finish this nightmarish film will take the viewer on a wild ride. In an effort to cure his cravings, Joe tears up the house. After the search provides him with his fire, only a break glass box can save him now. Or maybe not! In Case of Emergency puts a face on the struggles that this epic addiction can cause. Not only to Joe, but also to his relationship with his wife Heidi. Joe and Heidi have a troubled past as a result of him smoking. They find that only his commitment to quitting his addiction will save their bond. When an ex-smokers urges come to manifest, is there nothing that will stand in his way? Or perhaps Joe is just letting his sub-concious get the best of him? In Case of Emergency is a dramatic piece where nothing is as it seems. A truly enlightening story that will leave a lasting impression. The overall message of the film can best be described by Mark Twain: 'To cease smoking is the easiest thing I ever did. I ought to know because I've done it a thousand times
You may have seen this movie a thousand times, but did you notice the gem of a blooper at the one hour twenty two minute mark(of the Extended edition Episode 4) It happens during the scene while C-3p0 and R2D2 are in the Death Star hangar control room and they are waiting for the Rescue party to return. Stormtroopers enter the room and the one on the right has trouble seeing. It's classic, it's epic, and the sound effect has been added in on the foley track. Classic blooper no true Star Wars fan should miss. Go watch the movie right after this vid to laugh your ass off! Thanks for watching-please subscribe and visit our website www.myspace****/cannabischorus for more.
View from the cockpit of an Airliner cruising at 24000' around Thunder Storms at night.
Just like when you slide your feet on a carpet to generate friction and then touch a door handle to create a spark. The airplane fuselage slide through the air generating friction against the air molecules, then static discharge appear thousand times stronger than the one from the door knob. These are very impressive.
St. Elmo's Fire is an electrical weather phenomenon in which luminous plasma is created by a coronal discharge originating from a grounded object in an atmospheric electric field (such as those generated by thunderstorms or thunderstorms created by a volcanic explosion).
During thunderstorms large electric fields build up between clouds and the earth. These electric fields are most intense at the tops of pointed objects. The fields may be so strong that they excite (or ionize) the air molecules. When excited molecules release their energy, it may be in the form of visible light. So the air near tops of buildings or the tops of boat masts start to glow. This phenomenon was given the name St. Elmo's fire by sailors, who incorrectly believed that the Saint was protecting them from lightning strikes. In point of fact the appearance of St. Elmo's fire may well be a prelude to a strike.
Physically, St. Elmo's Fire is a bright blue or violet glow, appearing like fire in some circumstances, from tall, sharply pointed structures such as lightning rods, masts, spires and chimneys, and on aircraft wings or windshield. Often accompanying the glow is a distinct hissing or buzzing sound.