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Cute Girl's Got Talent
This girl's got mad cheeky skills, an incredible talent very worthy of being on America/Britain/Any country's Got Talent. It's a gift we can appreciate. When Gremlin Boyle sings they should play it over this clip, much easier on the eye.
Human Centipede WTF-Ness!?!
Holy crap it's that weird fat girl who did the Avatar make-up tutorial, now she's giving tips about that sick movie about stitching people's abdominals together (hint: it involves toilet roll). I think she needs a tutorial on how to shed a few tons.
Are You Taking A Video?
Lolz, after telling his friends to pose for a photo, this clown ends up taking a video of them holding their pose and waiting to be snapped. The results are surprisingly hilarious as they stand there awkwardly waiting. And waiting. And waiting.
Radical Fishing Game
Fishing is boring. Fact. There are only two ways to make it more interesting and those are: Lots of alcohol and firearms. Guess what? It's time to get drunk and shoot some fish in the face. POW! AWESOMESAUCE!
Asshole Of the Year
If there was an actual award ceremony for this kind of accolade, this dude would probably never lose. His reign of Assholeness would continue until the end of time and then for a fortnight after that, too.
IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON
"In the Shadow of the Moon" features exclusive NASA film footage including astonishing space shots re-mastered from the original film rolls to reveal the Apollo program with a visual clarity and impact it has never had before. The mute 16mm rolls shot in Mission Control have been painstakingly lip-synced with the 16-track audio recordings of the mission controllers' voice loop to re-unite the pictures and sound of many historic moments for the first time, lending a striking immediacy to many dramatic scenes.