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We need you to post *cool videos* right here. 

May I suggest adding animation, silly videos,

artistic videos, strange videos, coffee videos, classic videos,

videos of any theme and genre that strikes your fancy. 


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Chuck really enjoyed all your video picks.  thanks  Do you play any instruments?  Sing?

You must know of Louis Hardin, AKA as Moondog? Homeless in NYC, by choice.

He was quite a prolific inventor of musical instruments.

 


WIKI:
In a search for new sounds, Moondog also invented several musical instruments, including a small triangular-shaped harp known as the "Oo", another which he named the "Ooo-ya-tsu", and (perhaps his best known) the "Trimba", a triangular percussion instrument that the composer invented in the late 40s. The original Trimba is still played today by Moondog's friend Stefan Lakatos, a Swedish percussionist, to whom Moondog also explained the methods for building such an instrument.

hehehe....

 


It’s Cool To Be A Babushka! (VIDEO)

  • by Judy M.
  • June 27, 2011

  • It’s Cool To Be A Babushka! (VIDEO)

    A group of elderly women, or “babushkas,” from the village of Buranovo, 600 miles east of Moscow, is totally changing the image of the elderly woman in Russia.

    This group of women, mostly in their 70s and 80s, are a musical sensation, reports NPR, charming audiences across Russia. They sing Beatles tunes and songs by iconic Russian rocker Viktor Tsoi. They fly around the country for concerts. They made it to the Russian finals of the Eurovision music contest. And they have a Facebook page.

    From NPR:

    Because of harsh work conditions in Soviet times and rampant alcoholism today, men in Russia live, on average, to age 62. Women generally live more than a decade longer, and often live those later years alone.

    The same has been true for many of the singing babushkas.

    Yet, instead of spending quiet days peddling vegetables on the road, these women turned to music for comfort and companionship.

    These are some awesome women!


    You can watch the babushkas in the Russian finals of the Eurovision music contest here:


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Uploaded by Meesharie on Apr 11, 2008

Hand puppet sillouette to the song "What A wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.

Where's the WTF? thread?

LOLZ!
The thread begs to be started =)

She actually doesn't look like a baby, but rather a woman with some kind of genetic disorder causing some sort of infantilization of the body. 

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