A compilation of Saturday Night Live sketches celebrating Halloween over the years.
With Halloween just a few days away, KJ of Creative Lighting Displays has created an encore of his incredible light show in Riverside, California featuring the classic AC/DC song “Highway to Hell”. Just like his amazing show set to “Time Warp”, this show featured anthropomorphic lights that moved in perfect synch with the amazing vocals of the tragically late singer Bon Scott.
Halloween Light Show 2016 – Highway to Hell by AC/DC
The new Matrix boards are too bright and detail for my video camera but look very good in person. Need to figure out how to fix this. Sorry. 4 singing pumpkin faces, tombstones, hand carved pumpkins, strobes, floods, 2 P10 Matrix boards and thousands of lights. All RGB LED except for the faces, floods and a few light strings. E1.31 DMX driven. 183, 000 DMX channels. Riverside, CA.
The Laughing Squid store is currently featuring a set of cookie/egg molds shaped like a silly skull and a wide-eyed owl. The molds are dishwasher and food safe, are very easy to use and fun all year round .
Whether you’re baking cookies for Halloween or spicing up breakfast for your kiddos, these molds will make food fun! To use with eggs, place the mold in your frying pan and crack two eggs into the rings. It’s that simple. When breakfast has come and gone, they make perfect cookie cutters for the next bake sale.
- Shape & mold two eggs into a owl or skull shape
- Simply place the mold in your frying pan & crack two eggs into the rings to get started
- Put in the dishwasher to clean (yes, they’re dishwasher safe!)
PBS Idea Channel host Mike Rugnetta gives an argument for how and why millennials ruin everything. His video also explains the concept of generations, and mentions a video in which Adam Conover explains why the idea of generations is a fallacy.
For the sake of the argument, Rugnetta accepts the idea of generations and proposes that many of the behaviors millennials are criticized for are a conscious effort to carve out room in society to establish their own accomplishments.
Boiling down an entire GENERATION of people into one neat little set of descriptors or pinning upon them the responsibility for the failure of some industry or fast food item is ABSURD. But either way, it happens. And in our current clickbait dystopia, it happens to millennials … a lot. Maybe because, since we’re narcissistic, we’re obsessed with what people are saying about us so we’ll click on whatever calls us out. And because, as we work through our hit list of industries, olds wanna know what segment of the capitalist utopia we’re gunning for next. Today, we’re going to accept this silly premise… that millennials are lazy ruiners of things who never want to grow up. And we’re going to talk–on the complainers own terms–about why that may be the case. And to do that: we’re gonna talk about HOW GENERATIONS WORK so we can once and for all find the answer to, “WHY HAVE MILLENNIALS RUINED EVERYTHING?”
An adorable little chipmunk named Duil played as silly game of peek-a-boo as he sat inside an empty brown snack bag being held open by his very patient human who seems to love and spoil him very much.
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VINEBOX is a curated wine-by-the glass sampler service that offers monthly delivery of three limited-production varietals on a on a subscription basis. This affords members the opportunity to learn what they like without having the expense or commitment of a full bottle. The Laughing Squid store is currently offering a discounted rate on one month of a VINEBOX subscription.
You deserve a better glass of wine – but you don’t always want to splurge on a top-quality bottle. That’s why VINEBOX offers 3 delicious wines per month delivered by the glass. Their team of experts scours the best wine regions in the world to find delicious wines that may not even be sold in the U.S. Then, using their patented process, they ship individual glass-size tubes of vino without exposing the wine to the elements or losing any quality. Expand your palate and enjoy a glass. You deserve it.
- Receive three exceptional wines from boutique wineries across Europe
- Get perfectly measured pours (10 cl) delivered directly to your door
- Enjoy handpicked wines chosen by their team of wine-obsessed sommeliers
- Receive tasting notes, recommended pairings & the stories behind the wines
- Rest assured each wine is preserved to perfection in signature glass tasting vials
- Cancel or skip a month any time
Real Engineering explains how super tall buildings like the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and the Tapei 101 in Taiwan use things like vortex shedding and mass dampers to cancel out the incredible forces working on them and achieve such great heights.
This month I was visiting my parents living in Dubai and I took the chance to make a video about the Burj Khalifa, while I was there. The building is amazing and the engineering behind it is fascinating. In this video we will learn about vortex shedding and mass dampers.