It's A Bird is an impressive excerpt from a 1930 stop-motion animation. It's about a strange little bird who enjoys devouring various pieces of scrap metal and car parts. The bird likes to hang out in an auto scrap yard and gobble down anything it can find. The bird also has the special ability to lay car-filled eggs after consuming all of the metal parts. The coolest part of the film is at 1:47, when its egg hatches a tiny piece of metal that slowly morphs into a car. The visual effects are pretty amazing considering the era it was made.
Omega Mart has all of my meat-related needs, and I couldn't be more delighted. All-purpose meat spray? Check. They even have butter-scented air freshener, which I like to use as a cologne. It works wonders for my self-esteem. I'm on my way right now to buy the "collectors edition sliced meats", which are perfectly sliced… READ THE REST
If you're into ambient music, Tim Hecker's 2006 album Harmony In Ultraviolet is an essential listen. Tim Hecker is a Canadian sound artist. He makes experimental, ambient, and electronic music. Harmony In Ultraviolet gives me the peaceful yet eerie feeling of walking alone on a snowy night. It helps me reach a state of deep… READ THE REST
"Horse kicks tree, farts on dogs then runs away" is a thorough summary of the contents in this YouTube video. It will not disappoint. We will never know why this horse decided to kick a tree, fart on some dogs, and then run away. It will remain one of nature's greatest mysteries. One thing is… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. We're right in the throes of a harsh, cold winter, and it can be a task in-and-of itself finding the right jacket to help you brave the elements. Some jackets are too… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. From staring down as you scroll through your phone to sitting at your desk through three Zoom meetings in a row, your body takes more of a beating than you'd think. Sure, you… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If you've ever been interested in designing a video game world but have no programming experience, then you're not alone. You don't need to go back to school or sign up for a… READ THE REST