A Time Lapse Video of Netherlands, taken in Delft, Rotterdam and Amsterdam
I have narcolepsy with cataplexy, and it can be very frustrating to try to explain what it's like to people who have never seen narcolepsy in real life, and how much of a struggle it can be. Most people think that it's funny until they see what actually happens, or they are completely unprepared and get really scared and panic.I filmed this by accident, and it was really weird to go back and watch later from an outside perspective. I am posting this video as a way to help educate people, so please no trolling. Just like people with epilepsy, I can't control having a sleep attack or cataplexy any more than they can control having a seizure. Thank you for your understanding.
And in case you were wondering what I kept looking at, I had the choreography written out next to the camera so that I wouldn't lose my place in the dance.
Soran Bushi Japanese Fisherman's Dance
Music from the Bleach Soundtrack- Nothing Can Be Explained by Mike Wyzgowski. I don't own it and claim no rights to the song.
60 CULT MOVIE SCENES AND POSTERS MADE FROM LEGO.
From Brick Flicks
The patent of this lock:
With the aid of today's technology, scientists finally discover birds have language too
Harrison Ford Uncharted 3 30 second Commercial Japan
Three Square Geometry Problem
The Muppets perform their version of the Beastie Boys' classic, "So What'cha Want". Starring the Swedish Chef, Animal, and Beeker.
From Mylo the Cat
Power exists to be used. Some wish for cyber safety, which they will not get. Others wish for cyber order, which they will not get. Some have the eye to discern cyber policies that are "the least worst thing;" may they fill the vacuum of wishful thinking.
Big Bang to celebrate the Holy Community in San Juan de la Vega Celaya Guanajuato Mexico.
What makes a computer different from a person? A computer doesn't have bones.
Smart children are interviewed about computers in the 1984 episode of Sesame Street.
A supercut of Parks and Recreation's Tom Haverford's (Aziz Ansari) most ingenious business ideas.
From Ask Men
Apple and IBM announced a sweeping deal to promote iOS in the enterprise this week, but the relationship hasn't always been so cozy. Watch as Cupertino gives IBM a hard time over and over (and over) again.