Had a good Christmas? I did!
What better way to come back after a break with some drunk people shouting at a bus, eh?
Sunday, December 30, 2007
Had a good Christmas? I did!
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
As you may have noticed, today is the 25th of December. This happens to be the day that Jesus was born. So in celebration, a fat man in a red suit comes down our chimneys and places expensive goods under prosthetic trees in our front rooms. Festive.
On a serious note, I'd like to thank everybody who has read my blog, watched my videos and left comments over the past year.
I hope Santa brought you all something nice.
Merry Christmas to all fellow head-doctors.
Posted by Harry at 12:40:00 pm
Sunday, December 23, 2007
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
In a new part of Bocketroom, I'll be asking viewers to send in their photos, drawings and pieces of text to be showcased in an episode.
If you will like to contribute to Bocketroom, please send your poop to email@example.com.
(PS Bocketroom starts in July next year, plenty of time to start sending poop)
Please send me your poop, and have a Merry Christmas.
Posted by Harry at 5:48:00 pm
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
I haven't been paying attention to other blogs recently, so I was really shocked to see that the Chinese have ripped off the Wii.
There it is, in all it's horror, compared to the fantastic Wii.
As far as I know, it includes twelve rip-off games such as "Happy Tennis" and "Free Craps".
I personally don't think it is a dent on the Wii, a great console with online capabilities and a range of great games.
That's about it. Have this Vii ad.
And have a look on the electronics in the Vii's casing.
PS. I forgot to mention it's made by Chintendo.
Posted by Harry at 8:55:00 pm
Sunday, December 09, 2007
Saturday, December 08, 2007
Tuesday, December 04, 2007
I take the bus into Newcastle almost every weekend, taking the bus from my tiny village of Red Row, all the way to Haymarket Bus Station. DaveSpencer32, who is 55, has spent a considerate amount of time visiting major cities around the world filming buses.
Including Newcastle, here.
If you want to buy Dave's DVD, you can at pmpvideo.com.
Posted by Harry at 5:55:00 pm
Sunday, December 02, 2007
Saturday, December 01, 2007
Today I went to Newcastle, visiting every Carphone Warehouse and O2 store, setting my face as the wallpaper on every iPhone on display. During this bit of tom-foolery, I had a little play with the devices, and have to correct my previous post.
So, here we go.
HEAD-DOCTOR'S FULLY FLEDGED REAL OPINION ON THE APPLE IPHONE
I'll split this into separate sections, one for every part of the iPhone*. Let's start off with
Apple state they have put a full internet browser on the iPhone. And they're correct. I checked my blog on the iPhone, and I could not believe that Apple put my crappy little blog onto the iPhone. The text looked sleek and I loved how you could just zoom into paragraphs by tapping. I seriously would want the iPhone for Safari alone.
The iPhones on display didn't have the Mail function, but a nice O2 worker had one in his pocket and gave me a little demo on how his iPhone works well with Gmail. His sister was in Spain on holiday and took a photo of her daughter with a BlackBerry and emailed it over to him. The simplicity was remarkable.
"The iPhone is the best iPod ever", Apple claims. I'm not too sure about that. It's a little bit fiddly at the beginning, and it's still fiddly at the end. Yes, it works, but I had about ten people asking me how I got Green Day on it. Even when I showed them how to do it, nobody could grasp it that well. Instead of dials and arrows, Apple could have at least labeled them "Volume" and "Back".
I have seen a countless number of blogs slamming the iPhone's keyboard, and how they can't touch the correct keys, and how the spell check doesn't help. Well, they're wrong. I might be saying this because I have really thin fingers, but I typed with ease. And when I (deliberately) mis-spelled a word, the spell check gave me the correct word straight away. The same goes for NOTES and a part of SAFARI.
And finally, I love the YouTube app. To test it, I thought no better video than Star Wars Kid (I feel some people may be upset with this decision). I loved the full screen option and the quality was excellent (in YouTube terms)
SO... THE CONCLUSION IS...
I am now Stephen Fry.
*the bits I tested
Posted by Harry at 5:41:00 pm
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Out of the very small bit of Turkey I visited earlier this year, I came across about thirty petrol stations on the way to the hotel from the airport. Twenty or so of them were Petrol Ofisi sites (three of them were within 500 yds of each other on a motorway).
Although, in a country filled with oil and money, I never encountered something as beautiful as this.
(it's lovely, so it's in blue)
Posted by Harry at 7:52:00 pm
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Saturday, November 24, 2007
SCENE 1. INT. CORNER SHOP. DAY. MRS McFLUFFY FACE ENTERS THE SHOP, OWNED BY MR PONCEFLAPS. McFLUFFY IS A POSH, STUCK-UP LADY, WHO LIVES IN A MANSION NEARBY. SHE DRESSES IN A VICTORIAN FASHION, WITH PURPLE/VIOLET HAT AND VELVET COAT. PONCEFLAPS IS A TWO FOOT TALL GENTLEMAN, BALD AND THIRTY STONE OVERWEIGHT. HE LOOKS LIKE A FULLY SHAVEN SANTA CLAUS, WHO HAS BEEN FLATTENED BY A SPERM WHALE. McFLUFFY APPROACHES PONCEFLAPS, WHO IS STANDING EARGERLY AT THE SHOP COUNTER. PONCEFLAPS: Excuse me Ma'am, I have eaten your poodle. THE CURTAIN FALLS.
SCENE 1. INT. CORNER SHOP. DAY.
MRS McFLUFFY FACE ENTERS THE SHOP, OWNED BY MR PONCEFLAPS. McFLUFFY IS A POSH, STUCK-UP LADY, WHO LIVES IN A MANSION NEARBY. SHE DRESSES IN A VICTORIAN FASHION, WITH PURPLE/VIOLET HAT AND VELVET COAT.
PONCEFLAPS IS A TWO FOOT TALL GENTLEMAN, BALD AND THIRTY STONE OVERWEIGHT. HE LOOKS LIKE A FULLY SHAVEN SANTA CLAUS, WHO HAS BEEN FLATTENED BY A SPERM WHALE.
McFLUFFY APPROACHES PONCEFLAPS, WHO IS STANDING EARGERLY AT THE SHOP COUNTER.
Excuse me Ma'am, I have eaten your poodle.
THE CURTAIN FALLS.
Posted by Harry at 11:50:00 pm
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Ooooh, YouTube has a nice shiny embed design. Again. This time, they've introduced new colour schemes, which seems to be a good idea. I'm going to adopt this for the blog.
Really sick and NSFW videos, like this one of a boy eating dog poo, has a red display.
And this one, of a quality moment in TV history, is in a nice calm green.
Posted by Harry at 6:27:00 pm
Monday, November 19, 2007
Sunday, November 18, 2007
I sure hope so.
I've been testing out some blue screen stuff in Movie Maker as a sort of "here's what's on later on the show" bit.
It's a little bit messy at the beginning and at the end (and generally throughout the video), but that's Movie Maker for you.
What do you think
Posted by Harry at 9:40:00 am
Saturday, November 17, 2007
I've came across this little forum who have photoshopped Garfield comic strips to a point where they become completely random. So random, it's rendered the comic funny.
Here are some of my personal favourites:
edit - some more here. not too keen on the mirrored ones.
Posted by Harry at 9:38:00 pm
Monday, November 12, 2007
A little Facebook app here that is gauranteed to grow bigger.
Get Free Condoms on Facebook
The main gist is to sign up to offers (DVD rental trials, poker websites) and get "Bangin' Bucks" to spend in the condom store.
I'm gonna give it a try, and post the results up here.
edit - fixed the link. every click gets me some jams. yay!
Posted by Harry at 9:51:00 pm
Sunday, November 11, 2007
So the iPhone was released in the UK on Friday. On upon seeing it for the first time revolving in a small cylindrical glass case in San Francisco eleven months ago, I knew that it would be a huge thing. I also knew that I wanted it. And that it would be at an extortionate price. I'm not going to a Stephen THE MULTI-TOUCH SCREEN IS A GREAT ORIGINAL IDEA Who'd have thought it? A huge touch screen instead of fiddly plastic buttons that are too small and too closely placed together is a good idea. Not the best of ideas, as I'll say later on, but better than a crappy cheap plastic thing. THE MULTI-TOUCH SCREEN IS SOMETIMES CRAP Before you start saying, hey, you've contradicted yourself, you stupid self-contradicting fool, I said above that it is a good original idea. But it does have flaws. Sometimes it becomes very easy to make mistakes if you're in a hurry, and sometimes the predictive text won't work as well either. But that's just like a normal mobile, you'll make a mistake and the predictive text can screw a sentence up. But some people may get irate after a while and do a John Dvorak. THE ENTIRE INTERNET IN YOUR POCKET How handy is that? The whole internet, in a beautiful web browser, all in your hand. I could really do with something like that for when I'm on the bus or Metro doing my "special pointless errands". And because I have high speed Wi-Fi in my house, I'd use it more than my laptop. THE EDGE NETWORK ONLY COVERS 20% OF THE UK Yes, it covers part of the area I live in, like some of the bus route and a little bit of the Metro route too. But if I was to go down the country or go up past the Scottish border, the EDGE network probably won't cover that area. And if it does, it'll be painfully slow. A guy called Joey from Indianapolis talked about his BlackBerry that uses the same AT&T EDGE network as the US iPhones, and he did not like it. YOUTUBE WIDGET This is genius. All the content of YouTube full screen on the beautiful multi-touch display. The ability to log in with your YouTube account and add videos to your favourites is great. In this Apple video, we see footage of a bunch of men attempting to jump a river on mountain bikes just shows you how endless YouTube is. NO FLASH PLUG-IN This is where the iPhone lets itself down severely. Although you can have as many YouTube videos as possible, you cannot access Vimeo or LiveVideo, which is pretty bad. At least the Wii contained a version of the Flash plug-in so we could use websites more efficiently, instead of no version of it leaving you annoyed and hairless. And those are my views on the iPhone. Not exactly a compliment sandwich, more of a compliment Big Mac.
Fry delve deep into why I adore the device so much and why I want to make love to it (imagine that, through the headphone socket? That's awful), but I will do a Stewie Griffin, and give it a compliment sandwich instead.
So the iPhone was released in the UK on Friday. On upon seeing it for the first time revolving in a small cylindrical glass case in San Francisco eleven months ago, I knew that it would be a huge thing. I also knew that I wanted it. And that it would be at an extortionate price.
I'm not going to a Stephen
THE MULTI-TOUCH SCREEN IS A GREAT ORIGINAL IDEA
Who'd have thought it? A huge touch screen instead of fiddly plastic buttons that are too small and too closely placed together is a good idea. Not the best of ideas, as I'll say later on, but better than a crappy cheap plastic thing.
THE MULTI-TOUCH SCREEN IS SOMETIMES CRAP
Before you start saying, hey, you've contradicted yourself, you stupid self-contradicting fool, I said above that it is a good original idea. But it does have flaws. Sometimes it becomes very easy to make mistakes if you're in a hurry, and sometimes the predictive text won't work as well either. But that's just like a normal mobile, you'll make a mistake and the predictive text can screw a sentence up. But some people may get irate after a while and do a John Dvorak.
THE ENTIRE INTERNET IN YOUR POCKET
How handy is that? The whole internet, in a beautiful web browser, all in your hand. I could really do with something like that for when I'm on the bus or Metro doing my "special pointless errands". And because I have high speed Wi-Fi in my house, I'd use it more than my laptop.
THE EDGE NETWORK ONLY COVERS 20% OF THE UK
Yes, it covers part of the area I live in, like some of the bus route and a little bit of the Metro route too. But if I was to go down the country or go up past the Scottish border, the EDGE network probably won't cover that area. And if it does, it'll be painfully slow. A guy called Joey from Indianapolis talked about his BlackBerry that uses the same AT&T EDGE network as the US iPhones, and he did not like it.
This is genius. All the content of YouTube full screen on the beautiful multi-touch display. The ability to log in with your YouTube account and add videos to your favourites is great. In this Apple video, we see footage of a bunch of men attempting to jump a river on mountain bikes just shows you how endless YouTube is.
NO FLASH PLUG-IN
This is where the iPhone lets itself down severely. Although you can have as many YouTube videos as possible, you cannot access Vimeo or LiveVideo, which is pretty bad. At least the Wii contained a version of the Flash plug-in so we could use websites more efficiently, instead of no version of it leaving you annoyed and hairless.
And those are my views on the iPhone.
Not exactly a compliment sandwich, more of a compliment Big Mac.
Posted by Harry at 1:53:00 pm
Tuesday, October 30, 2007
I am halfway through completing Twilight Princess, and I have to say it is the most fun game I have every played.
But I can't help to want to see the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, or use a walkthrough to speed up the journey to reach the end prize.
But it seems as though the end prize is a huge trail of credits, interspersed with footage of many stunning views of Hyrule.
If you are still playing Zelda and don't want anything ruining your gameplay experience, DO NOT PLAY THE VIDEO BELOW.
Posted by Harry at 7:10:00 pm
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Saturday, October 06, 2007
Friday, October 05, 2007
Thursday, October 04, 2007
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Chris Crocker famously said he came out of his mother's vagina holding his nose in a video describing when he "came out". I, like many other people in this world, think that Mrs Crocker is a smart arsed bastard and should be shot several times in the face. But that is a very vague reason of hating a person, because just by saying that I haven't gone into the context of the reasons. So, sit down on your favourite swirly office chair and let the hate begin.
Crockface lives with his grandmother, who I have total sympathy for. Hearing all this swearing and having her make up stolen all the time must get to her. I know family is family and that she loves Chris but she must get tired after a while. So reason one for hating Crocker is:
1. ANNOYING HIS POOR GRANDMA
Crockface is a pretender, always pretending, acting and lying. He models himself as a woman all the time, but he is unbelievably sexist. And not just jokingly sexist, I'm talking about really outrageously sexist. From pregnancy to periods, Crockface is a rude crude motherlover when it comes to hating on the girls.
2. BLOODY SEXIST
His facial features are changing all the time and have characteristics of animals. For example, here's some animal faces Chris has pulled in the past few videos he has uploaded.
3. BLATANTLY COPIES ANIMALS
Just like his hideously mangled face, his hairdo changes like a traffic light. Either that or he has a wig for every day.
4. HAIR HAIR HAIR
Crockface has hissy fits all the time similar to those what a toddler would do after he had peed himself. He doesn't just throw a wobbler, but he screams and screams and screams until his eyes nearly burst. He once stated that if anything bad happened to love of his life Britney Spears, he would jump off the nearest building and hit the ground leading to obvious death.
5. PATHETICALLY BABYISH
6. RIDICULOUSLY SUICIDAL
BRITNEY SPEARS! HE IS THE NUMBER ONE GREATES FAN OF BRITNEY SPEARS AND MUST BE MURDERED FOR THAT VERY FACT! How can anyone of any religion, race, age or state of mind like Britney Spears to so much of a state where they make their own shrine of photographs of her. It doesn't make sense, much like Crockface. Actually, thinking of it now, the only person who could like Britney must be in the same mental state as Britney. Hmmm...
7. LIKES BRITNEY BECAUSE HE IS EXACTLY LIKE BRITNEY
And I think that just about clears up why I hate Crocker. You could also count the fact he uploads shit and is a complete nutcase, but meh.
Posted by Harry at 6:50:00 pm
Saturday, September 29, 2007
This is a piece of spam I recieved.
Weirdly, it's not addressed to my email address.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Hollis Irvin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 20 Sep 2007 11:38
Columbuses or Gamas, ever pass,
Bronze the sky, with no
A matter of getting all that right . . .
their bellies, they're out cold, instantaneously
Archangel Winter, darkness on his back
Billows the fog, cloaks
The purest form is always the one
Preface to the 1948 Edition
Or by the loud hand of painting, always puts.
Preface to the 1970 Edition
Yes. The obvious
The face of a Quos ego),
and chaste, lovely as lakes to the retired men
Appear to lift up from the lake;
I've drifted somewhat from the distant heart
People might see to be the opening
At four, the spectators leave in pairs, off
And even funnier, it doesn't make sense.
Posted by Harry at 7:13:00 pm
Thursday, September 27, 2007
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Well, the launch date of the UK iPhone* has been confirmed by Steve Jobs, and one will certainly be on my Christmas list (actally, it's the only thing on the list) and I am literally pissing my pants for the phone. Apple have made some UK version adverts (with no Mitchell and Webb) and are parading O2 from the rooftops.
I really cannot wait!
Posted by Harry at 4:10:00 pm
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Another remnant of my early childhood, the Danish Techno Billy band Cartoons, with their legendary single Witch Doctor.
EDIT - I've found out the Cartoons are still going, eight years on from them "disappearing". They've passed three albums and a tour of Denmark under my nose. I'm a bit naffed off.
Posted by Harry at 11:07:00 am
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Can anybody clarify that this is true? I have news 24 on full blast and I'm searching through all the news pages, and it's like looking at a yo yo. One paper says that he is feared dead, the other says he is dead. Can anybody give proof that this has happened?
I just hope it hasn't.
Posted by Harry at 9:43:00 am
Saturday, September 15, 2007
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Monday, September 10, 2007
I have recently "discovered" an American HBO delight about a band from New Zealand called Flight of the Conchords.
Basically, Jermaine Clement and Bret McKenzie travel to America (either because they've been kicked out of New Zealand or they're looking for a new life) and sing a hell of a lot of songs. And many, if not all, a bloody hilarious.
And, my personal favourite:
Posted by Harry at 4:21:00 pm
Sunday, September 09, 2007
I'm really starting to miss Saturday morning TV, since TMi really isn't appealing to me. I mean proper TV, like the first series of the BBC version of Saturday Show. But none of the weak crap with Angellica Bell and whatshisface who now presents Experimental, I mean the good stuff with Dani Behr and Joe Mace*. The kind of programme which can make kids cry.
A nice cruel game called Risk. The rules are quite simple, take in a prized possession when you visit the Saturday Show studio, get picked to play the game and then choose to risk your fluffy teddy bear you have had since you were a newborn for a signed Backstreet Boys toilet seat cover.
You will then have your poor stuffed bear stuck on a conveyor belt, heading straight towards a metal chute with six circular saws sticking through it in a cartoon-esque style.
You then have to complete a wire maze, spelled out in the word "RiSK". If you finish it within the time limit, Winnie the Pooh will be taken off the belt and you will also win the crapper cover.
If you don't, a grim end will come to Pooh.
*I didn't mind the Fearne Cotton series, mainly because it was Fearne Cotton.
Posted by Harry at 6:44:00 pm
Saturday, September 08, 2007
If you don't want a copy of Spam, that's OK. It is your choice to get one, just like it is to click on this link, browse through some posters, shirts, mugs and stickers I have made and buy a few.
For those who DO want a copy of Spam, I will be selling them via eBay or Amazon. Don't hold your breath, though.
Posted by Harry at 9:48:00 am
Friday, September 07, 2007
CD updates!!! I am now taking orders for my lovely sex-ariffic album that will be released at a later unspecified date (announced shortly). If you wish to place a pre-order please drop me a line at email@example.com and stick in the subject line "I want a copy of Spam". I will be selling the CDs at about £4.99 and postage around about £1. The copies won't be professionally produced ('cause it's spam!) but they will play well.
A little treat, you get one track free, track twelve!
Posted by Harry at 5:04:00 pm
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
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Posted by Harry at 1:02:00 am
Monday, August 20, 2007
Sunday, August 19, 2007
watching calisthenics from the grandstands.
To reach out into its own vanishing
I. Arctic Scenery
Gray the cloud-like oaks
And piled up at the base of the columns
No name, no meaning. Oh my friends,
The edge of that other square cut from the right
By bloody pool—rattling, gasping his last.
That patch of white at the very end of the road
By trees—or might see as the masonry
To pick up even the quickening of wind
grow hot in the parking lot, though they're
Away from their profundity of surface.
Snow haze gleams like sand.
Your red cheeks radiant against the wind,
At these masses the snow hides from me.
To mark that square, perhaps: were Mère and Père
I do not betray you, I still go forward,
Along the walls are only empty niches,
Posted by Harry at 12:11:00 pm
Friday, August 17, 2007
I've been busy making a CD called Spam. Take a gander at the kick ass cover below.
Basically, Spam features me reading out several crappy emails I get about viagra and whatnot.
I had a test listen in my grandad's car before, and the way my voice is travels in a Vauxhall is brilliant, but four tracks with an overal total of two minutes doesn't make great (or long) hearing.
Anyway, watch this space.
Posted by Harry at 4:57:00 pm
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
I have mentioned both Weebl and Rob Manuel in my bloggings before, so you may know what I'm banging on about here.
Weebl made a classic animation in 2003 named Badgers, and it grew an internet fan base. Earlier this year, charity Peta (Pearly Earwigging Titty Anuses, I think) copied Badger's in a campaign against chicken nuggets, without his permission.
Posted by Harry at 3:50:00 pm
Saturday, August 11, 2007
Monday, July 30, 2007
A Chinese lawyer has successfully sued McDonald's China for not using the Chinese language on receipts which violated his right to information.
The lawyer, identified only as Shan, decided to take legal action against the world's largest restaurant chain after he ate at two McDonald's restaurants in Beijing in May and June.
Posted by Harry at 3:02:00 pm
Sunday, July 29, 2007
I really cannot believe this story, it makes me wonder why I turn my computer on.
A dog breeder in North East Wales claims that her prize-winning poodle had his identity stolen over the web.
Lynne Day says that her dog Blue was targeted after his pedigree details were posted online by accident.
A suspect had been trying to pass off Blue as his own, stating that the dog had given birth then tried to sell the puppies to unsuspecting customers.
Police are investigating a complaint by Mrs Day, of Tremeirchion, Denbighshire.
Mrs Day said the scam was brought to her attention last week by a woman from London who had been looking for a standard poodle pup and answered an advert on a dog seller's website.
The woman became suspicious when the seller demanded money up front.
She said the man also spoke in broken English, and sent her pictures of toy poodle pups - not standard poodles.
The seller then forwarded details of Blue's pedigree.
But when the woman checked Blue's pedigree online, she discovered the dog was registered to Mrs Day, and contacted her through a number on Mrs Day's website.
"The woman didn't know whether I was part of the scam or not when she called me," said Mrs Day.
"But she explained everything to me, including the fact the pedigree that was emailed to her was for my dog.
"I was appalled. I contacted North Wales Police, who have been extremely good and are looking into it."
Mrs Day said Blue's details were mistakenly put online by somebody she employed to work on her website.
She added: "The woman began to smell a rat when the seller sent her pictures of toy poodles, which are obviously different to standard poodles.
"He would have said he could get whatever sort of dog she wanted, but we don't think he actually had any dogs.
"He's banking on people sending money up front, which can happen when people are buying pedigree dogs."
In a warning to unsuspecting buyers, she said: "The best way to buy or sell puppies is through the Kennel Club.
"And always get the necessary papers as you pay the money."
A Kennel Club spokeswoman advised breeders and owners against publishing full names and details of their dogs online.
She added: "You should only every buy a dog or a puppy when you see it in the flesh.
"If it is a puppy then you should be seeing it with its mother in the home in which it was born."
Blue won last year won at the Midlands Counties Canine Society Show and the North West Poodle Club. He also competed at Crufts.
Link - even though I have just copied and pasted this from the Beeb.
Posted by Harry at 11:50:00 am
The blog looks a little different today, because I'm trying out a new template. I really like the look of this one. I'm also trying to put up some Google ads on here today so I can get paid for blogging. Huzzah!
I'm sure plenty of Bocketroomers have seen this one before.
Posted by Harry at 11:36:00 am
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And off the white smoke swims
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The ordinary, wide scene which begins
Are muffled into silence that refuses
Still has to be intoned, as in a lonely
the old men burnish stories of Yaz and the Babe
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Tuesday, July 24, 2007
I never understood Speed Stacking. It's a pointless hobby that empties your wallet quicker than you can stack cups. Most, if not all, of the equipment is very, very, very, pricey.
Yet, some people still feel obliged to splash their cash on mini flower pots and look like a fool flapping their arms like a chicken.
EXAMPLE: (the world record Speed Stacks holder Emily Fox looking an absolute Muppet)
No matter how good people think they are, there's always some much younger and much weaker than them whipping their arses.
EXAMPLES: (a snail being beaten by a younger girl)
What do you make of all this?
Posted by Harry at 10:51:00 am
Saturday, July 21, 2007
I'm taking "Sheridan Blackhead" a tad further. I am going to get as many freebies under the name of Sheridan Blackhead I can, then give them away in fantastic comepetition.
So far I'm getting some Whiskas cat food and some SIM cards.
I'll keep you updated and give you info on how to enter.
Don't worry, I'll try and get better prizes than just cat food.
EDIT - So far I've registered for SIM cards from three different companies, a whole more heckload of cat food, tons of cosmetics, condoms and plasters. More soon!
Posted by Harry at 12:34:00 pm
Monday, July 09, 2007
Sorry I've been away, I've been performing African drums with some class mates at this place. It was rather fun and they asked me if they could use my footage (which may be online later this week).
Some bits of Hollowell weren't so fun. I fell in a hole and sprained my ankle. Some paramedics in a nice shiny ambulance had to check on it. At least I have a bandage to prove for it.
According to good ol' Google Mail, I have 55 spam emails (and the number gets bigger every minute). This is probably because I signed up for the Zoo magazine newsletter and they think that I might be interested in a bigger penis. No, not really, thank you very much. No need to ask me 55 times about it.
Let me show you some of my spam.
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Ophelia Fulton firstname.lastname@example.org
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Viagra (Sildenafil) 50mg x 10 pills price
Winston Mccarty email@example.com
Go on then, SPAM 3:
buy now 50mg x 60 pills US $ 119.95
Viagra 100mg x 90 pills $1.78 per pill buy now
Rhoda Moreno firstname.lastname@example.org
As you are my loyal readers and I know some of you are interested in my "projects", I ask you to email these three adressed constanlty. Give them hate mail, death threats, the works. But, sign off as Mr. Sheridan Blackhead (all will become clear soon enough).
I'm just off to read some more spam.
Posted by Harry at 1:22:00 pm
Thursday, June 21, 2007
I was horrendously surprised to see CBeebies's best had it's own YouTube channel.
Nope, not Fireman Sam. Neither Bill & Ben.
Take a look at this hilarious snippet of probably my favourite cartoon of my primary school years.
More Pingu here.
And take a look at probably the worst cartoon theme tune ever.
Posted by Harry at 8:06:00 pm
Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Monday, June 18, 2007
YouTube has come up with the YouTube Remixer, so you can edit all your uploaded videos together, add a bit of music and some titles. And the results end up looking a bit better than the standard ones.
Here's my attempt at YouTube Remixing, see what you think of it.
And if you want to subscribe to meh channel, clicky here, here or there ---->here.
EDIT - Hmmm, YouTube seems to have buggered that video, so see the intended one here.
Posted by Harry at 4:38:00 pm
Friday, June 15, 2007
Saturday, June 09, 2007
Sunday, June 03, 2007
Saturday, June 02, 2007
Thursday, May 31, 2007
Readers of Knifewriter would know about a kid called Jamavamo who builds cars out of Lego using no help or instruction leaflets then crashes them into each other. Example below.
The are more and more and more and more of these videos, but let me get to the point.
Destroying toys seems to be a new YouTube craze, even if people do it for fun or to satisfy their weird fetishes.
One example of a video injecting kicks (related to feet):
One example of a video injecting kicks (not related to feet):
It is now safe to turn off your computer.
Posted by Harry at 11:08:00 pm
I'm sorry, but I was in Turkey all last week and I didn't find anything worth blogging about. But some good news (depending on how you look at it) is that I'm starting a regular vlog. I still have nothing decent to post here because I've prepared a bunch of stuff for the vlog, so I'll leave you with this website, given to me by Evan from WTB Daily.
I might get "head-doctor" condoms done.
Posted by Harry at 9:53:00 am
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Sunday, April 29, 2007
I'm sure many of you are aware of the work of Adult Swim, do I don't really need to bother about blogging about them.
But something really caught my eye about this video, of which embedding of is disabled by request.
God bless Seth Green indeed.
EDIT - Another Adult Swim video which isn't a load of balls.
Posted by Harry at 9:29:00 pm
As none of you know (except Ritchie), I went to the Sunderland game on Friday which was live on Sky Sports HD :P. Sky wouldn't let me in their truck, but I did get a go of one of their HD cameras at half time. As few of you know and even care about, Sunderland were promoted today, so as a tribute, here's a lap of honour from Friday's game (not filmed by me, but I did get some footage of the lap of honour).
Posted by Harry at 4:17:00 pm
My dad infamously went to an infamous game of football played infamously by the infamous Vinnie Jones. Infamously, my infamous dad shouted to the infamously angry football player "Vinnie, you tart!" and recieved an infamous look.
Infamously, you can probably guess where I'm going after I've mentioned infamous Vinnie Jones infamously and show you his new infamous RAC ad in an infamous way. Infamously.
Posted by Harry at 4:11:00 pm
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Thursday, April 19, 2007
I'm a large fan of the Panic Room as I really do like watching people freak out over absoultely nothing at all.
If you want to see a nice video of some scared people, clicky here (the Beeb won't allow video embedding now, will they?).
Hoo hoo hoo hoo hee he he he haaaa!
Posted by Harry at 7:03:00 pm
Friday, April 13, 2007
Comedian Lou Ryder has started the YouTube Video Cemetary, a place where you can lie your frankly shit videos to rest. If you don't believe me, here's a video.
I've added an old episode of "Magical Internet" I made a while back.
A few other videos that are worthy of their spaces are these.
Posted by Harry at 4:20:00 pm
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Monday, April 09, 2007
If you're an anorak like myself and you like technical difficulties you will notice there's a little problem in the sidebar.
The post "Fog" on the previous posts section is in a different alignment to the other posts. Cherish this glitch as it'll be gone this week.
Posted by Harry at 8:44:00 pm