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Sentinelese people: residents of North Sentinel Island of whom very little is known. The number of contacts over the last two hundred years can be counted on two hands, maybe.


Mary Poppins Quits – The Rebuttal w/ Remy: just about as funny as the original.


10 Tricks to Appear Smart During Meetings: these are real gems.


Apple – MacBook Air – TV Ad – Stickers: I love this ad.


UroClub: what the holy hell. “Created by a Board Certified Urologist?” Why is that relevant?!


There’s a Little-Known Craigslist Just for Rich People: the graphic design is about the same.

Artists vs TMNT – Epic Rap Battles of History Season 3 Finale: it’s a doozy of a season finale.

“Weird Al” Yankovic – Word Crimes: oh yeah! New stuff from his new album Mandatory Fun.


4 Wi-Fi Tips from Former Apple Wi-Fi Engineer: just in time as I try to solve my own Wi-Fi issues.

“If We Won” with Newcastle Brown Ale: this is one of the few pre-video ads on YouTube that I’ve actually watched all the way through.


Coolest Cooler: this is pretty slick but I can’t see spending $299 to own one. I think there are a couple features that other cooler manufacturers will readily copy, which I look forward to.

BMW M4 – “Ultimate Racetrack”: don’t try this at home. Professional driver on closed track.

Twitter – “To find out your dolphin name, lick your finger tips and rub a balloon.”: funny.


What should I watch out for when fighting a chimpanzee?: HOLY FUCK!

First Moon Party: absolutely hilarious


This is Shanghai: what an incredible video!


10 Tricks to Appear Smart During Meetings: so true.

Big Ass Solutions: makers of the Big Ass Fan. Love it!


Namez: it’s a good problem to attack, as I’m sure a huge portion of the population has difficult-to-pronounce names. However, it’s a longstanding problem that people have been working around for forever, no one would ever pay for this service, and people with hard-to-pronounce names are more likely to have thicker accents that make their recorded pronunciations hard to understand—compounding the problem.