Fast immer, manchmal oder auch ab und an 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.

Footage of one skydiver rocketing into another

I am posting this because I am bored, but also to promote the 6 foot rule. If we had used the 6’ rule during this jump. A femur would not have connected with my head at 200 plus mph. But then again, following the 6 foot rule, a fellow jumper would not have been allowed to pull my chute when I was knocked unconscious at 10,000 feet. Side note: For nonskydivers, finding the drop zone can be difficult. Especially at this dz because it is all farmland, and it all looks the same. You have to identify roads to figure out where you are. I was so concussed that lost 3 days of memory. How I found the drop zone is beyond me. I could have dropped into power lines or the highway. Not only did I find it. I flew a perfect student pattern, but did not have the strength to flare (meaning the landing hurt also). I was so out of it. When first asked if I was ok, I said ‘what do you mean I just got out of my tent,’ and then pointed to my parachute. I am not saying Jesus took the toggles, but someone looked after me that day.

Ich hab hier mal ne Youtube-Version eingebettet, das Original bei Facebook gibt’s über den Link.


CATS: The Butthole Cut

You all asked for it! So we delivered! It’s CATS: The Butthole Cut! Seth Rogen, Vanity Fair, Rian Johnson, Nerdist and more have wondered if it was real… so we dug deep into the vault and pulled this one out for ya! It’s Cats: The Musical like you’ve never seen it before!


A Father and Daughter discover an Intruder on their ranch.

As above

As Above is a short film exploring the tight link between the microscopic world and immensity of the universe. Illustrating our universe’s never ending dance of destruction and creation, in which life can emerge… As Above was made of one single shot filmed on the 8mm2 (0.3 square inch) surface of a chemical reaction. The environment in which we live, is at the constant mercy of the ever changing flow of planets, stars and galaxies… As well as the composition of the microscopic world. “As Above” is an invitation to contemplate the beauty of this perpetual movement of which we are part of… And perhaps invite the viewer to reflect on his position in the universe and the preciosity of life. In the same ways, recent events have shown us that a microscopic virus could have a destructive impact on humanity… A destructive impact counter weighted by a positive impact on our planets global ecosystem.


As a boy with an exceptionally long nose accidentally falls into a cake, his life changes in unforseen ways. Equipped with a Super-Nose he begins to reexplore life. But everything comes at a price.


A South-Texas fisherman is forced to confront his beliefs when he must depend on a refugee for his own survival.


IN LIMBO is a visual, abstract exploration of New York City as a relict, void of people. Skyscrapers, iconic streets and bridges left sitting – just like old tug boats, dumped in Staten Island, visually representing the uncertainty and panic during a pandemic.


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