Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.

➔ Jessa Reed – Meth Pee – This Is Not Happening – Uncensored

After reading an article about how meth metabolizes in the body, Jessa Reed becomes addicted to drinking her own urine to get high.

➔ Meet Cute

Polly discovers a man breaking in to her car. The police interview Polly and soon discover that the events surrounding the break in aren’t so clear cut.

➔ Whisper

Some things we wish we couldn’t hear…

➔ cats dogs and rats

cats dogs and rats music video for Rare Americans. 2018.

➔ A Play

When two friends go to see their friend’s theatre show, they learn just how dangerous supporting the Arts can be…

➔ The Rope [Slackline over Monster Waves in Nazaré]

Spectacular Drone Footage of a Slackliner over Monster Waves in Nazaré, Portugal. Nazaré, December 30, 2017. A group of Slackliners called the “Western Riders” recently installed a line connecting the Cliff of Praia do Norte in Nazaré to the “Guilhim” Rock, a famous landmark known from viral photos of huge wave impacts and water explosions during the Portuguese Big Wave Season.

➔ Marvel at these stunning entries for Astronomy Photographer of the Year

Britain’s Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition has released the shortlist for their 2018 competition.

➔ Heavy Metal Hijabis

The town of Garut in Western Java, Indonesia is a quiet place—that is, until Voice of Baceprot takes the stage. While most people in the town live tranquil, pastoral lives, teenagers Firdda, Widia and Euis thrash out and rock hard. The band has shot to fame for playing heavy metal in the religiously conservative country. After gaining popularity, VoB began to face criticism for performing while wearing hijabs. Still, they continue to shred—an inspiration for everyone with a little bit of music and a little bit of hardcore rebellion in their souls.

➔ How Selfies Helped Protect a Threatened Species

When you visit Rottnest Island, be prepared to smile. The island is home to the largest viable population of quokkas—small wallabies that are cute and camera ready. These furry creatures have become the latest internet sensation, as visitors from all over the world travel to Rottnest for a chance to cheese with one. These ‘quokka selfies” have helped conservation efforts raise awareness for the protection of the species under threat in the wild.

➔ TCM “Rocky”

TCM “Rocky” from B Negative on Vimeo.

Jim Jenkins directed this very funny sendup of the original Rocky movie. It won a Cannes Lion in 2002, and was part of Turner Classic Movies‘ “31 Days of Oscar” campaign, along with “Dirty Dozen on Ice” and „Ben-Hur.“

➔ Korobushka

Thesis film made by Patt Jewanarom at Sheridan College (Sep 2017 – April 2018). Music by BOND

➔ one minute of miniatures

the very best of my miniature work
from past til now
with love

➔ Roma Antiqua

Sowas kann ich mir stundenlang angucken. Hab das ja nicht völlig ohne Grund studiert.

A fascinating and extraordinary journey will lead you back in time through the splendours of Ancient Rome: from the Roman Forum to the Campus Martius and to the Vatican, Ostia Antica and Pompeii.

➔ The Great Haboob Chase on Interstate 8

On July 9th, 2018, I woke up in Blythe, California, and checked the forecast one more time and it confirmed what I already knew the day before: the potential for an awesome storm rolling west down Interstate 8 was looking pretty good. And with that came the likelihood of a dust storm, or haboob. I already had the entire day’s route planned out…I’d hit south near the border towns of Sells and Santa Rosa, then head back north to I-8 to catch the storm outflows from Phoenix and central Arizona.

➔ TELE 5 YouXit

Tele 5 hat die Schnauze voll von Youtube und geht mit einem ganz speziellen Gruß.

Adieu YouTube! Auch wenn sich unsere Wege ab sofort trennen, heißt das nicht, dass das Leben OHNE DICH nicht weitergeht. Wie ein kleines (nun freies) Vögelchen, lassen wir Deinen einengenden Käfig hinter uns und bieten dir hier nur noch eins: unseren wohlklingenden Abschiedsgruß!


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