A Compilation of Disney Villains Falling Off Things in Defeat

Video mashup artist Frank Ireland has created a video compilation of Disney villains falling off things in defeat. Ireland admits the video is not a complete list of Disney villains falling, but he laid out certain criteria for including a scene in the video. He also stated that only films made by Disney, and not its subsidiaries, were eligible.

The point of the video, Ireland says, is that a ton of Disney villains fall.

The qualifications:
1.) The act of falling.
2.) They have to land the fall. (not be caught or saved)
3.) The falls used are at the point of the movie where the villain is “defeated” or looses.
4.) This not a video of every literal fall. It’s to point out on how most Disney villains fall when they are “defeated”.
5.)The Yzma fall parodies this so I counted it.

via The High Definite

The LomoKino 35mm Movie Camera & LomoKinoScope Viewer, Tools for Creating & Viewing Short Analog Films


The LomoKino 35mm movie camera and the LomoKinoScope viewer are simple tools for creating short analog films. The camera works with any 35mm film, and lets users manually crank the film to shoot between three and five frames per second. Once the film is developed it can be loaded into the LomoKinoScope for viewing.

The LomoKino camera and LomoKinoScope viewer are currently available for sale together at 39% off the list price for a limited time in the Laughing Squid Store.

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photos via Lomography

Conan O’Brien & His Producer Jordan Schlansky Struggle to Escape a Puzzle Game Room in Los Angeles

On a recent episode of Conan, host Conan O’Brien and his producer Jordan Schlansky visited Escape Room LA, a puzzle escape game where players have to use clues and critical thinking to get out of a locked room. The very serious Schlansky focuses on solving the puzzle while O’Brien spends most of his energy goofing off and trying to bribe the secretary for clues.

The Shoe That Grows, An Adjustable Shoe for Children Designed to Resize and Last for Five Years

The Shoe That Grows is an affordable and adjustable shoe designed to resize and last for five years. It was created by Because International as a way to help children in poor areas have the protection of shoes, and to solve the problem of children growing out of shoes so quickly.

The shoe is adjustable in three ways, allowing it to expand five sizes, and it’s made from durable and long-lasting materials. The two versions of the shoe, small and large, allow a child to have reliable footwear from kindergarten through the 9th grade.

Pairs of The Shoe That Grows can be purchased directly through their website, and donations can be made to get the shoes on the feet of the children who need them through a Crowdrise campaign.

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images via Demilked

via Instructables, Demilked

A Driverless Golf Cart Spins Out of Control at Loyola University Chicago

A student captured a video of a driverless golf cart spinning out of control near a parking structure at Loyola University Chicago before two campus security personnel managed to stop the vehicle. The video does not specify how the golf cart came to be spinning in reverse without a driver, but possible explanations could be a prank, a failed self-driving car experiment, or some kind of Stephen King‘s Christine situation.

via Tastefully Offensive