The Man Who Played a 'Nefarious' Demon — The Vortex


Sitting down with Sean Patrick Flanery.


If you have not seen 'Nefarious' yet... seriously, why not? It's really that good. Even if you're not religious, Sean Patrick Flanery's performance alone is worth it.




Death by SNU-SNU


I just had to share this little snippet when a friend sent me a crazy gif comment and I had no understanding. The gif read, when she says come over for Hulu and Snu-Snu..

The Flatwoods Monster Hails From West Virginia


The Flatwoods Monster, also known as the Braxton County Monster or the Green Monster, has become a staple of West Virginia folklore, inspiring books, movies, and TV shows. It is often described as an extraterrestrial or interdimensional being, but its origins and true nature remain a mystery.


The Flatwoods Monster has been reported to have a distinct, acrid odor, and its appearance has been described as a cross between a humanoid and a reptilian creature. Its body is said to be elongated and covered in a metallic green or black armor, with long, thin arms ending in claw-like hands. Its head is heart-shaped, with large, glowing eyes that emit a bright red or green light. Witnesses have reported feeling intense fear and unease in its presence.


The 1952 sighting in Flatwoods is not the only encounter with the creature, with reports dating back to the early 1900s. Some sightings have also been reported in neighboring states, including Ohio and Pennsylvania.


Numerous theories have been proposed to explain the Flatwoods Monster, ranging from extraterrestrial visitors to government experiments gone wrong. Skeptics have suggested that the creature may have been a misidentified animal, such as a barn owl or a great horned owl.

Despite the lack of concrete evidence, the legend of the Flatwoods Monster continues to captivate the imaginations of cryptid enthusiasts and UFO believers around the world. The town of Flatwoods has embraced its notoriety, hosting an annual festival and dedicating a museum to the creature's legacy.

Unusual Things from the Past That Were Normal


  • Bloodletting: This medical practice involved withdrawing blood from a patient, as it was believed to cure many illnesses.
  • Smoking indoors: In the past, smoking was allowed in most indoor spaces, including airplanes, restaurants, and offices.
  • Public executions: In some societies, executions were public events that people would attend as a form of entertainment.
  • Child labor: Children as young as five or six years old were often sent to work in factories or mines, as it was considered normal for families to rely on their children's income.
  • Cocaine in medicine: Cocaine was once used as a painkiller and anesthetic and was even an ingredient in Coca-Cola.
  • Lead makeup: Women in the past would apply lead-based cosmetics to their faces, which caused skin damage and even death.
  • Duels: In some cultures, duels between men were a way to settle disputes and defend one's honor.
  • Tonsillectomies without anesthesia: In the past, tonsillectomies were performed without anesthesia, as doctors believed it was not necessary.
  • Pigeon racing: In the early 1900s, pigeon racing was a popular sport that attracted large crowds.
  • Phrenology: This was a practice that claimed to be able to determine a person's character and personality traits by examining the bumps on their skull.

Sly Stone and Muhammad Ali on The Mike Douglas Show (1974)


Mike’s co-host is Family man Sly Stone, who talks about his music, his incredible costumes and his 138 Mercedes, a gift from Doris Day.


His friend, Muhammad Ali joins them, but he's in a fighting mood. And he says exactly what he thinks: Talk shows are phony, karate boxers are better than prizefighters, and, in his upcoming match with George Forman in South Africa, he'll take the title back--no problem. Ali also talks about his children; three daughters and a son, who he hopes will never get into the ring.


Actor/singer Theodore Bikel performs music from his hit Fiddler On The Roof.


Congressman Wayne Hays makes an appearance to discuss the evils of campaign spending. Ali then gets into a heated discussion with him about racial politics that Sly tries in vain to break up. 


Then Sly lightens things up with a song that gets the audience on their feet.” - video box description.

Little Richard and Liberace on The Mike Douglas Show (1970)


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Little Richard Says He Isn't Gay Anymore


| Letterman


It really impressed on me when Richard said, God showed me that Adam was meant to be with Eve, not Steve..








Dog Talking Back! - RxCKSTxR Comedy Voiceover!




This "Hogan's Heroes" FAMOUS Scene ACTUALLY Happened in Real Life!!


Comments -


-Leon Asker's scar on his face was real. He was struck by an SS officer. Robert Cleary who played LeBeau was also in a concentration camp and had tattooed numbers on his arm. I find it amazing that these people could overcome so much and bring such humor to this show as amazing actors.


-50 years later, and there are generations who know, love and will quote Sgt Schultz. Legendary character, legendary acting. The show was genius.

-My ex-wife’s grandfather was a German soldier in WW2. He was captured right before the battle of the bulge. He was in a pow camp I believe in Maine. He told his family the Americans treated him fabulously while his own commanders routinely beat, berated, and withheld rations. Until he died, he absolutely loved Americans. He passed before I got to meet him unfortunately.


-My uncle was in the Royal Welch Fusiliers. He was still 3 miles from the beach at Dunkirk and was captured in May 1940. He was a POW in Germany and occupied Poland until April 1945. He hated the Nazis but not all Germans. He later had numerous German friends and visited them every few years, as well as hosting them. He loved watching "Hogan's Heroes" and recognised it for what it was: a comedy.



Alternate Ending | Terminator 2: Judgment Day [Special Director's Cut]


Scene: Alternate Ending


I like this ending.

open the door...


You will never feel as much joy as this man did when he opened the door, and thus opened his mind.




Family Guy - Best Of Making Fun Of Disney

Fractured Fairy Tales (un-restored) "The Teeth of Baghdad" - From Tennessee Tuxedo and his Tales


Comments -


  • Love this series, many of the stories I have not seen since like 1964 (I was 4): always thought they were oddly sophisticated for we kids to watch!
  • I like how this fairy tale references the sword in the stone part of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table
  • I love these and loved watching them as a kid in the 60's. The Pinocchio story is a riot!



Star Trek nails racism


It's 50 years old and yet still strikes a chord for today. Racism is just stupid.





Tony Baker voiceover. Cats





Arnold Schwarzenegger and Kanye West

Chatting in The Jungle




Bud Light sponsors gender transition!


Oh. My. God...

The Untold TRUTH of Burger King


In 1957, McDonald's was rapidly expanding, opening twice as many restaurants every year. At the same time, a struggling Florida-based start-up named Insta-Burger was on the verge of bankruptcy, fighting to stay afloat. However, this business went on to become the global fast-food giant known as Burger King, earning billions of dollars annually and operating in over 100 countries worldwide.


The story of how they achieved this feat involves some crazy tactics, such as smashing their own equipment with a hatchet. But while Burger King's success story is undoubtedly impressive, there's a darker side to it because the key to their success was stolen. This documentary delves into the history of Burger King, covering the company's triumphs, failures, and other intriguing details.

Starting out as a small, struggling store called Insta-Burger, Burger King went on to become a global fast food empire using unconventional tactics such as stealing ideas and taking bold financial risks. This documentary takes you on a wild journey through the history of Burger King, from its humble beginnings to its rise as a fast food giant. Discover the triumphs, failures, and intriguing details that make up the incredible story of Burger King.




Physicists believe that they may be seeing some new undiscovered physics

come into play. But what exactly is going on?


Scientists at CERN may have stumbled upon a newly discovered natural force, shrouded in mystery. The Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator located near Geneva, Switzerland, has been in operation for over a decade. Its purpose is to study the fundamental properties of matter and the forces that hold them together. 

While the LHC has made groundbreaking discoveries, such as confirming the existence of the Higgs boson particle responsible for providing other particles with mass, it has also faced controversies and conspiracy theories, including fears that it could create a black hole and destroy the planet. 

However, these concerns were unfounded, and the LHC has operated safely without incident. Recently, CERN scientists accidentally revealed a potential new force that could lead to exciting discoveries in the field of physics.


More Unemployment Please | Beavis and Butt-Head |


23 years later, Beavis goes on an unemployment quest to get paid for doing nothing but instead he's given a job to help build his self-esteem.


Two cannibals were eating a clown, one cannibal said to the other: Does this taste funny to you?


Analyzing Evil


I have always been a fan of Hannibal, but I found the television series to be even more compelling than the books and movies. The dynamic between Hannibal and Will Graham is particularly fascinating, as it is unclear how much of Will's behavior is driven by empathy and how much is influenced by psychopathy. Although Will can relate to the mindset of a psychopath, it is intriguing that he never suspects Hannibal of being the Chesapeake Ripper.


I agree with the observation that Hannibal's ability to empathize is a key weapon in his arsenal, and it sets him apart from other clinical psychopaths who lack this quality. In "Red Dragon," Chilton expresses confusion about how to categorize Hannibal, describing him as sharing traits with a sociopath but not fitting neatly into that category. This ambiguity makes Hannibal a fascinating and complex character. Despite his own enigmatic nature, he seems to effortlessly read and manipulate those around him. Hannibal is truly a master of psychological warfare.


While it is true that Hannibal Lecter is a psychopath who engages in cannibalism, I think it is a bit reductive to equate him with other crazed killers who are sleeping in cardboard boxes. Hannibal is a highly intelligent and sophisticated individual who possesses a level of refinement and culture that sets him apart from your typical serial killer. That being said, his primal nature and tendency towards violence is never far from the surface, as evidenced by the feral assault on the nurse that you mentioned. Hannibal is a complex and intriguing character precisely because he exists in this space between high culture and primal violence. His struggle to reconcile these two aspects of his personality is what makes him such a compelling figure.


Hannibal Lecter - Man Who Ate It All - Explored - Artistic Cannibal - Origin Explained


The story of Hannibal Lecter is a tale that contains all the emotions of life, but they are experienced in such extreme ways that they become incomprehensible to most normal humans. It begins with a young boy born to wealthy parents in a war-torn country, where the horrors of war haunt him forever. Hannibal loses his parents at a tender age, but the worst is yet to come. A group of soldiers find him and his baby sister, Mischa. They proceed to cook and eat her in front of Hannibal and force-feed him her flesh, an act of cannibalism that leaves a permanent scar on his personality.

Years later, Hannibal transforms into a fine gentleman, but he also possesses a bleak, murderous side. The memory of Mischa's gruesome death stays with him until he exacts his revenge, but the scar it leaves behind in his mind never fully heals. In this video, we will explore the psychology and actions of Hannibal Lecter, as portrayed in Thomas Harris' books Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs, and Hannibal. We will also examine the character depictions of Lecter in his various cinematic adaptations based on the books.



Dune by H.R.Giger / Neural Networks and AI


Alternative Reality created using Ai Stable Diffusion.


In 2023, Hitler Wakes Up as A Zombie to Take Over the World


A ski vacation turns horrific for a group of medical students, as they find themselves confronted by an unimaginable menace: Nazi zombies.

Hahaha! - Comments from ReTalk - Come and drink this brand or there will be no future for Bud Light...


Avatar of u/JohnY

brutal troof Being an English Limey bar steward prefers Real Ale/Beer room temp so no damage to my Rosebud Lips with freezing Gnatpiss as advertised, Yuk,

Drink proppa beers not hissy-fitty-shitty leftie leaning jessie stuff worse than melted down yellow snow to make a brew of Tea (ps yer tax bill still unpaid, Colonials. )




Based on my understanding on the "English Language", Let me rephrase the statement for our American friends..

"I recommend choosing high-quality beers that suit your personal taste preferences, rather than opting for lower-quality options that may not meet your standards. (As for the outstanding tax bill, it may be best to take care of that matter as soon as possible to avoid any potential consequences.)"

How 10 Days Disappeared from History


How and Why did Human History Lose 10 Whole Days?


The Gregorian calendar is the calendar system that is currently used as the standard civil calendar in most countries around the world. It was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582 as a reform of the Julian calendar, which had been in use since 45 BC.


The main purpose of the Gregorian calendar was to more accurately align the calendar year with the astronomical year, which is the time it takes for the Earth to complete one orbit around the sun. This is achieved by the introduction of leap years, which occur every four years except for years that are divisible by 100 but not by 400. 

This rule ensures that the calendar year is 365.2425 days long, which is very close to the actual length of the astronomical year.


The Gregorian calendar was gradually adopted by different countries over the course of several centuries, and it is now used as the standard calendar in most of the world. However, some countries and religions still use other calendar systems, such as the Islamic calendar or the Chinese calendar, for religious or cultural reasons.


Steven Seagal Movie 'Driven To Kill' Is So Bad Your Mother Will Hate You - Worst Movie Ever


The Steven Seagal movie Driven To Kill is by far the worst thing to ever exist. If you even attempt to watch it, your mother will no longer speak with you and your annoying sibling will simply be known as "the good one". This sounds harsh, but it's not. Your mom is right and you owe her an apology.

Nicolas Cage's 'Mandy' Is So Good You'll Give Him Your Soul Forever - Best Movie Ever


The Nicolas Cage movie Mandy is such a mind-blowingly awesome movie, that you'll realize you're just a dope who's wasting their soul while Nicolas Cage could be doing so much more with it. You're kind of a loser, so he'll probably just eat it, but still. Better that then whatever stupid things you had planned.

THE POOTER - These Kids Went Crazy!


Jack Vale is the original OG prankster on YouTube. Starting out in 2007 using his own fart toy which he named "The Pooter". Old hidden camera TV shows like "Bloopers and Practical Jokes" and "Candid Camera" influenced him as a kid so it was destined that one day, he would figure out how to play pranks on people for a living.



TOP 15 Future Smartphone Designs


What will the smartphones of the future look like? Here are the top 15 future smartphones designs.

Horror Short Film "Changeling" | ALTER


Fear and superstition take hold of a young family during a time of great hunger in 1879 Ireland




More About "Changeling":


Ireland-1879. Margaret and Tomas have just begun their lives together with their infant son Oisin, as the threat of a second famine looms heavy over the land. Margaret is left isolated and alone with the inconsolable Oisin as Tomas sets off to sell his Poitín. On his Journey Tomas gets a glimpse into the harrowing realities beyond their doorstep while Margaret’s mental state deteriorates at home. Things are not what they seem when Tomas arrives back. The family must fight to overcome their fears and superstitions.

Lionsgate's MICHAEL Trailer 2 (2024) Michael Jackson Biopic Film Starring Jaafar Jackson


(Fan Made)


The story of the most successful entertainer of all time Michael Jackson comes to the big screen for the first time!


The success of the first Michael trailer prompted me to make trailer 2 despite its challenge. This is one of the most difficult projects I’ve ever made. Because there are no cast details about the upcoming film, and to make the trailer good we need to hear MJ’s music, everything is not the typical nature of dream trailers I have to improvise.

 What made trailer 1 great like showing fresh clips from MJ tribute shows showing large crowd I brought to the trailer. To give this a real movie feel we need real famous actors, so I made Samuel L Jackson play Joe Jackson Michael’s father. Then Chris Tucker’s presence is a must because him and Michael are best friends in real life, so I used clips from SILVER LINING PLAYBOOK.





🤣20 Minutes of Dave Chappelle Stories🤣

Joey B vs. the World #27: It's a Mad World


In this episode: Adults in Diapers • Woman Who Married a Tree • Reading Machine Gun Kelly's Tweets • Serial Killer Obsession • Clown Surgery Regret • Moms with Only Fàns Accounts • Paris Garbage Strike • Fan Mail / Artist Showcase





Comments -


-When you look at something like this, the apocalypse doesn't sound like a terrifying event, but more like a hopeful relief.

-Without social media these creatures wouldn't exist *in such numbers. It's all about attention and validation. Stunning. Brave.

-If my kid identifies as a mermaid is it legal to throw them in the ocean to live?

-Between you and odins men. I always look forward to see how far civilization has fallen. Yall never disappoint.

When I first saw the dog eating the beef instead of the salad, I was literally saying,

“Good boy!” 😂


  • I laughed so hard when the woman's dog ate the meat instead of the veggies.
  • Maximum respect to the dude eating the kebab and the dog munching on the dogfood.
  • I've worked in the veterinary field for close to 20 years. I damn near piss myself laughing when we have a client that forces their veganism on their pets. Ummmmm, Karen your Rottie wants meat not goddamn Brussel sprouts 😂😂😂




These Are The Worst Tattoos I Have Ever Seen


Today we are looking at people's very poor life decisions by putting these tattoos on their body for the rest of their lives.






Jerusalem in 1897 Restored Footage

Human Cyborg


| Documentary | Transhumanism | Neuroscience


Human Cyborg - We’ve all seen Cyborgs in Hollywood blockbusters. But it turns out these fictional beings aren’t so far-fetched.


In fact, this episode features a true-to-life cyborg, who at four months of age, was the youngest American to be outfitted with a myoelectric hand. And at one ground-breaking engineering facility, engineers are developing biotechnologies that can even further enhance high-tech like this by giving mechanical prosthetics something incredible: the physical sensation of touch!


Other engineering firms are gearing up powerful exoskeletons that both rehabilitate and enhance the power of the human body… improving the lives of those with paralysis and transforming the work force.

But the real pivot is getting machines inside the body. An out-of-the-box ‘transhumanist’ featured in the episode installs a chip inside a person’s hand. It works as a key that unlocks doors, literally and figuratively.


However, brain-machine integration poses the biggest challenges, and the biggest rewards. Cutting-edge neuroscientists and technologists reveal how computer chips can directly interface with the human brain in ways that not only rehabilitate, but which can also ‘read thoughts’ in real-time.


Remarkably, a breakthrough technology called ‘Computer Assisted Telepathy’ is achieving the impossible. Through a test subject’s mind only, she’s able to control another person’s body. Technologies like these will pave the way toward the Cyborg Revolution.



Chinese Military To Just Shout Wrong Pronouns At American Soldiers


In this official training video for the People's Liberation Army, Chinese soldiers are taught how to cripple U.S. soldiers by just shouting the wrong pronouns at them. Very effective!











Family Guy NAILS Woke Mob— NEVER Apologize




How ‘Puppy Dog Eyes’ Evolved to Make Humans Melt


“The evidence is compelling that dogs developed a muscle to raise the inner eyebrow after they were domesticated from wolves,” said lead researcher Juliane Kaminski, PhD, in a press release. “We also studied dogs’ and wolves’ behavior, and when exposed to a human for two minutes, dogs raised their inner eyebrows more and at higher intensities than wolves.”

23 Year-Old Girl Freezes Head

Without Body to Live Forever


What if I told you that there might be a way to time travel?


All you have to do is wait and chill for a couple of centuries. Easy right? Okay, it might be a little more complicated than that. In my last video, I talked about people miraculously surviving after being under ice for extended periods of time.


In this video, we’re going to talk about people PURPOSELY freezing themselves through cryonics— 

---a fancy word which here means the process of freezing a corpse and storing it until a theoretical time in the future when technology has advanced enough to bring the person back to life.


A Man Micro Dosed Dark Web Bought Mushrooms.

This Is What Happened to His Organs.


Everyone is commenting about how insane it is to inject mushrooms (which it is) but nobody is talking about how evil a person is to lace mushrooms with cyanide and send them to a random stranger.



Jim Carrey's "daughter" looks and acts just like him!


A big thanks to Heather Shaw, make sure to check out her Instagram for more of her comedy!





22 Interesting Mandela Effects


Intro: (0:00)
Mario Bros: (0:45)
Taco Bell Sauce: (2:49)
Microwave Oven: (5:13)
Creepy Revelation in Book: (6:33)
Spongebob Box: (7:14)
Red Shoes: (9:38)
Kidneys: (10:29)
Seven Eleven: (11:46)
I love Lucy: (12:15)
Friends theme song: (14:36)
Van Gogh: (15:19)
Spider-Man: (16:18)
Richard Simons: (17:19)
Pinky and the Brain: (18:22)

Raggedy Ann: (19:37)
Leonardo da vinci: (20:39)
Media and Mandela: (21:11)
Chimpanzee: (22:08)
Call of Duty: (23:30)
Disney: (24:38)
Mandela Effect Theory: (25:40)





THE ALPHABET EXPLAINED: The origin of every letter


Every letter of our alphabet has a story to tell. Join me for an A to Z of A to Z.


I'll explain...

𐦃 The Egyptian hieroglyphics that became our letters
🏛 Why W is called "double U"
🇫🇷 Why do the French call Y a "Greek I"?

💤 Is it ZEE or ZED??
✏️ How I and J were the same for the Romans
🤔 Why we can easily confuse U and V


Let's get cracking!






A Man Drank Throat Numbing Spray While Eating Spicy Food. This Is What Happened To His Brain.







"End Of the World" - Tom MacDonald ft. John Rich


The Painful Condition Lee Van Cleef Suffered From Until His Death


Did you know that Lee Van Cleef saw active combat in the United States Navy during World War II and that he was in pain for much of his career? Lee Van Cleef was a film star that made a name for himself performing as intimidating characters in classics like The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Lee was in the US Navy and saw plenty of combat during World War II, so there was a good deal of truth to his macho persona. The actor suffered from a long-term injury, but the injury didn’t come from his time in the military.


Ancient Technologies

That Science Cannot Explain


Welcome to Futureunity, where we explore the fascinating world of science, technology, and the universe! From the inner workings of the human body to the outer reaches of space, we delve into the latest and most interesting discoveries that are shaping our world. Whether you're a science buff or just looking for some mind-blowing facts, we've got you covered. Join us as we uncover the mysteries of the world around us and discover new frontiers in the fields of science and technology. Get ready for a journey that's both educational and entertaining!





Punny PETA letter presses first lady Jill Biden to block use of real eggs at White House Easter egg roll


In a letter, PETA President Ingrid Newkirk asked the first lady "not to allow the use of real chicken eggs for the White House Easter Egg Roll but to choose instead reusable plastic or wooden eggs—or even lovely painted rocks or egg-shaped balls—all of which would last for years to come."


Who's The Biggest A-Hole? Episode 8


Who is the biggest A-hole? Matt Walsh decides between two reddit users who took to the subreddit Am I The A**hole.


Comments -


-Matt's comedy is severely underrated. Whether it's intentional or not.


-I had a guy on my team that would help himself to peoples' lunches. A couple of times he ate something from my bag and really pissed me off, so I found out exactly what was his favorite sandwich and I made sure to include that in my lunch on Monday. I made two of them. One had thinly sliced, canned dog food with extra ham. For your audience, empty a can of food (the kind that keeps the shape of the can) on a plate and freeze for about an hour and a half. You don’t want it solid, but frozen enough to slice! He enjoyed that sandwich, and I made sure to witness him eating it and after about four bites, I said, “how’s that sandwich taste?” The MF never did it again!!!

-We had a nice kitchen in our shop break room. When someone started helping their selves to our food, I carefully opened a box of tasty cakes and injected very hot sauce into them. After carefully resealing the box, I put them back in the cabinet. Someone helped themselves and never took anything else after that.








Lmfao yep wonder how many they sacrificed this weekend 😂🤣👍


Shocking - Astrophotographer Exposes NASA!


From Jan 20, 2020


This means I can’t pretend that stuff is up there when all I want to do is sit outside and freeze in the dark by myself using little red lights to read by. Then hours later get into bed and freeze-out my spouse. My evil had been exposed!

We were all getting so good at our artists’ renditions. Why did you tell?






Ladies and Gentlemen, please enjoy your Insurrection Tour.  Be sure to pick up some pamphlets on your way out.


This Fish Kills All Whales, Attacks Any Ship, Lays Tens of Millions of Eggs and Has no Growth Limit


COLOSSAL SQUID have the clawed hooks on their tentacles. Giant Squid have only serrated bony rings that leave their circular marks on the whales.


Edit: Oh, did I get ahead of myself. Lol the only pics of a Colossal Squid he correctly showed, was the ones @ 17:53 of that juvenile Colossal Squid that he called a "Giant Squid". Marine Biologist have already estimated that the 1100+lb Colossal Squid that was filmed over 10years ago being netted onto that fishing boat was only half grown and less than 2yrs old.


Amazing photos that make you do the FORBIDDEN: to THINK


Divergent Comments -


-Just as birds and squirrels live in hollow parts of trees, I would suspect the giant trees also had large hollow places humans could habitat within.

-The Atlantic sea wall was supposed to have been the largest civil engineering project in history, knowing what we know now, it was likely already there.

-Can you imagine the sound of those cannons popping off through those bunkers.


-I was born in 1950 and I can assure you life was not boring.

Dave Chappelle Explained: Why Smart People Smoke


-I feel like the ratio of smart smokers to dumb smokers is probably the same as smart people to dumb people


-I smoked for 20 years and one day I was telling my 8-year-old son that I never wanted to see him smoking as I was smoking right in front of him. I then realized how hypocritical I was being and quit the next day. 22 years ago, almost to the day and it was incredibly hard at first but not one puff of a smoke since.......


-I was 3 packs a day smoker since I was 13 years old and stopped smoking at the age of 50 with the help of e cigs. The thing I missed the most was the intelligent conversations of my fellow workers during smoke breaks compared to the nonsmokers that had nothing at all worth saying.


"It Changes Your Brain in Seconds" (Real-Life Limitless Pill)


"This is the real-life "NZT"


Be Inspired Comments -


-The limitless pill is very real. Including the dangerous side effects. The main drug in the pill was widely distributed in bath salts cocktails and is a schedule 1 narcotic now. It's called MDPV, and I've done a fair amount of it, and it will for sure increase memory skills to insane levels, but the side effects are intense. It's really hard on the cardiovascular system and can cause heart attacks and is a really strong stimulant so it decreases appetite and makes it difficult to sleep, and being starved and sleep deprived quickly makes you go crazy.


-You can literally hallucinate objects and beings into existence because what's happening is you're tapping into that pure abstract creative potential of mind. That's exactly what you want. Of course, it can be kind of freaky, but a psychedelic is that times a thousand.


See so again the point is not to achieve some blissful state or to see some cool colors or to travel to some new dimension you can do all those things. That's nice, that's fun. The point is the lessons the insights you get and the meta understanding of how this entire process works because as you're exploring all your different domains you're learning about your own mind. How the mind of God is generating reality and why it's generating it.




r/Forbiddensnacks | stop it.


Tasty Forbidden snacks...!  They look good...

But don't eat 'em!




Blood Falls Revisited and Shocking


The study of the Earth and rocks and geological processes has changed recently. So much of our earth's crust is unexplained and Blood Falls is a prime example of what has been missed.







LOL: South Park's HILARIOUS Episode on Transgenderism



He Refuses to Kiss Anyone But His Wife - Hollywood HATES Him


Did you know that Neal McDonough refuses to appear in love scenes and because of this he’s become quite controversial in Hollywood?


▬Contents of this video▬


00:00 - Intro
00:37 - His Acting Chops Speak For Themselves
02:26 - He’s Committed To His Wife And Devoted To God

03:58 - Avoiding Love Scenes Has Been A Challenge
05:27 - He’s Launched His Own Production Company
08:46 - Outro



Michael Knowles Vs Ben Shapiro

 FACE-OFF: Famous Dead Guys


You asked for it and we delivered it. Welcome to Face-Off famous dead guys edition. We will finally settle once and for all who knows more random quotes from old dead guys.


Knowles Comments -


-This was far more entertaining than a 40-minute video of two nerds guessing quotes of dead philosophers, authors, and rappers has any right to be. Well done, DW crew! I do miss Michael's "Yes or No" series from last year though. I really hope that makes a comeback at some point.

-You included one of my favorite quotes of all time: “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” ― George Orwell


-They did not quote Jesus because everyone knows that he is not dead.

Important Jobs that have become OBSOLETE.


Recollection Road Comments -


-My mom was an elevator operator at May Company in Cleveland in the late 50’s, and I can certainly tell you that they didn’t have to be “highly skilled”.


-We may have come far with automation and technology, but we seem to have left humanity behind in doing so. A person used to be proud of having the skills to get a job done right. Just for example, blacksmiths used to be the backbone of any village or town. If a place had a good blacksmith, it could flourish. People got to know one another and depended on each other because everyone had a skill to share. Have we lost more than we have gained? I suspect so.




Rod Stewart’s Crazy View of Ukraine War


Keith and Kevin Hodge, aka the Hodge twins, are famously known for their comedic commentary regarding politics, fitness tips, and relationship advice across their several YouTube channels!





Camera Caught a Moment That Can Not Go Unnoticed


You’re about to see many incredible moments today - and maybe even rewatch some of them later - tune in now!


Proof Time Traveling Is Real - Part 2


In this video, we'll continue our series on proof time traveling is real. In the first video, we talked about how to test for time travel. In this video, we'll look at some ways to use time travel to solve problems. If you're looking for ways to use time travel to solve problems, then this video is for you! In this video, we'll look at some ways to use time travel to solve problems, from fixing mistakes to solving math problems. Whether you're a skeptic or a believer, this series on proof time traveling is real is sure to interest you!








Good morning, Captain!


On October 3, 1955, a television program debuted that would eventually produce nearly nine thousand shows over a span of nearly 40 years. I was among the millions of children whose morning included the words “Good Morning, Captain.”


Captain Kangaroo


My favorite morning show from the days of my childhood.   Theme Music


6 Hours of Captain Kangaroo (almost!) - Full Episodes from 1950s to 1980s


Full Episodes of Captain Kangaroo, from 1950s to 1980s

featuring Dolly Parton, Zippy the Chimp, Mr. Green Jeans, Fred Rogers, Mister Moose, Bunny Rabbit, Grandfather Clock, Cosmo Allegretti, Tom Terrific, the C. B. Bears, Undercover Elephant, Dancing Bear


The Euphrates River - History and

Causes of the Drying Up of the River


The Euphrates River, a true emblem of the Western Asian region, has played a crucial role in the history of human civilization since ancient times. The river has always been considered a vital source of life, providing irrigation for agriculture, drinking water for humans and animals, and enabling transportation and trade.




Grandpa Uber Driver KILLS Rap God at 120% Speed!!!


This video was fun to make, but DAMN that mask gets uncomfortable lol. You could see how happy I was to take it off at the end of the video.


In a world of constant noise and influence, what does it mean to live intentionally?

What does it mean to be successful? In this video, we explore the importance of simplicity and the philosophy

of Henry David Thoreau in an attempt to answer these questions.


Be a Loser - The Philosophy of Henry David Thoreau


-At the age of 20 I moved to an eight-foot trailer in the woods with no electricity or running water. Cellphones, computers and the internet did not yet exist. For two years I lived simply, washing in the creek and cooking my food over a fire. I read lots of books. I read Thoreau's Walden. To say I related and connected to Thoreau's words would be an understatement. His writing would shape who I would become. While living in that trailer, I decided to build a small cabin in the woods, and then I decided to go to college. My Early American literature professor asked me to teach the unit on Transcendentalism. 

I became an English teacher and then an administrator, and a county commissioner. Life became busy, and challenging, and rewarding. Now, 40 years from when I left the trailer in the woods, I'm back in the woods, living alone in a shop on the side of a mountain. My hair and beard now white. The stars and sky are my true ceiling. The trees my friends and neighbors. I am content in my life's journey, in all the things I acquired and lost along the way. Life can be amazing, if we let it be amazing. -Graybeard YouTube commentor

FIRST TIME LISTEN: "Wait in the Truck" Controversy EXPLAINED


Knowles Comments -


-You can see by the look on Michael's face that this song just awakened his inner YEEHAW

-The other unusual thing about this song is that it's two separate stories. They aren't singing to each other, just telling their part of the story.

-For anyone who might be curious: My girlfriend couldn't figure out the line in the chorus "come from a judge underneath his seat". The firearm you see the gentleman use in the video is called "The Judge". Made by Taurus firearms and features a unique (and terrifying) ability to fire both 45 caliber long Colt ammunition AND 410 shotgun ammunition.

-The critics are just intimidated by this song because it's a man, in his role, doing exactly what a man was designed to do. Provide and protect!



Messin' W/Sasquatch, The Movie


This was the best commercial series in my opinion. They were funny and unique to the brand. Every time I see the product in the store, I could not help but to smile. I truly enjoyed this compilation of ads. More please!




Actors Who Wore Fat Suits and Completely Transformed


As Oscar season nears, more and more people have begun talking about Brendan Fraser’s performance in The Whale. He’s garnering a lot of awards buzz, as well as a lot of talk about the fact that he wore a fat suit to play a 600-pound man.


The Future Of The 1920s


"Futurism" is what people believed the future would be like at a given time. Similarly, "retrofuturism" is futurism of the past. Most people think of Victorian futurism (steampunk) and 1950s/1960s futurism (atompunk). 1920s futurism sits right in the middle, mostly forgotten. Technically, it's grouped in with "diesel-punk," which extends into the WWII period, but I think the aesthetic of the 1920s is a bit different. For example, in the 1920s version of the future, zeppelins and airships are all over the place, though by WWII, zeppelins were a thing of the past. In this video, I'll explain a little bit about the 1920s conception of the future, then show a lot of examples from a 1920s science and technology magazine called "Science and Invention."





This is not strange at all; it is exactly what it appears to be. What is strange however, is where this leads once you accept and understand what it is going on here, so if you decide to go down the rabbit hole, buckle up and hold on, it’s going to be a very bumpy ride!


Tattoo Ink Sacks


Buzzfeed Comments -

-The first time I got my tattoo this happened. I actually got really freaked out. I thought I had a bad infection of some sort. I thought that my tattoo would be ruined and it would be scarred forever. Nope.the tattoo still looks great to this day. It’s been 5 years since I’ve got it.

-I got my whole chest done and my artist put this on my chest, told me to leave it for 3 days and it will heal on its own. My saniderm was so full of plasma and blood that when I woke up the next day, I was covered in my own blood all over my torso. Looked like a murder scene. These are good for only small and medium tattoos.






Shh… Whatever You Do, Don’t Make a Sound 🤫


101 Random Facts to Keep Your Next Conversation Going


Bright side Comments -


-3-hour video from Bright Side…awesome

-6:20 Some people here call the color "Brandgul". It's Swedish and literally means "Fire yellow". Ever only heard it in the area where I live so I suppose it's a dialect thing. It's also the only dialect to have both guttural and rolling R's. If the first letter in a word is R, then it's guttural. If it's anywhere else it's a rolling R. We also call lingon (Lingonberries) "kröser" and potatis/potatisar (Potato/potatoes) is "potät"/"potäter".

-So how is so much Megaledon information derived from just the teeth? Body shape, what they ate, etc. I wonder—what if we found only a giant saber-toothed tiger fang…would we derive a giant cat from that? Just wondering.

-Talk about the colors that cauliflower comes in and show Broccoli, so which is it?



Octopus attacks live-streamer as she tries to eat it alive in China


A live-streamer was attacked by an octopus as she tried eating it alive in China, sparking widespread condemnation from commenters.


So yeah. This girl must think she is Queen Savage, top of the food chain and fierce enough to take on an Octopus, eating alive. I remember drinking down a raw egg. I was bet 20 bucks that I couldnt do it. Which makes me wonder... Did this girl even get PAID for doing what she did?




I know that she racked up revenue through her live stream video replays. I guess if we want success, we must all be willing to do whatever it takes... Right?


I think I'll stick with raw eggs.




Spy Balloon Cold Open - SNL


Katy Tur (Chloe Fineman) reports on the U.S. military shooting down a suspected Chinese spy balloon (Bowen Yang) with the help of a Pentagon official (Kenan Thompson).


10 Hidden Sci-fi B-Movie Gems That People Neglect Just Because They Had Low Budgets!


While high-street sci-fi movies can sway people with their fantastic special effects and creative storylines, people often ignore a plethora of B-sci-fi films that were created over the years just as thought-provoking and entertaining. This video will show you a few hidden gems made throughout the 80s and 90s that are just as great but were neglected due to their low budgets.


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