NYC - Mindrelic Timelapse from Mindrelic on Vimeo.
His website/moniker is Mindrelic. This timelapse is breathtaking - well worth your 5 minutes.
That man is NY state Senator, James Alesi. Great job!http://www.13wham.com/news/local/story/Senator-Alesi-Sues-Couple-that-Declined-to-Press/LCflMQQFr0qttwDf_dAapw.cspx
On second thought, maybe I'll just continue to do my best Richard Belzer impression when I watch the 3D.
I'd say soundtrack of the year was between this and Tron 2
This is an actual recorded conversation of President Lyndon B Johnson ordering pants. Measurement specifications which included the words "nuts" and "bung hole". Fantastic.
I kind of want to go get some pants tailored so I can use that kind of language, and sound all Presidential and shit.
Source: Put This On: LBJ Buys Pants from Put This On on Vimeo.
...I'll stick to Easy Street at Louise though.
Source: Superior, Speed Fly from Marshall Miller on Vimeo.
To me, McAfee is at best a shitty organization. A company that makes shitty products and markets them to you in a less-than-honest way.There are way better virus scanners out there for free or cheap (I use, and love AVG). The only thing McAfee is good for is bloating up your computer with dozens of small programs that use up your system resources, require constant updates and generally slow things down. Virus & malware protection isn't very good if it renders your computer useless. It's only saving grace is that it's slightly better than Norton. I've looked like a performance-enhancing, computer genius among friends and family more than once by simply uninstalling McAfee and replacing it with AVG.A couple of months ago I got an email from McAfee that suggested I buy some of their software to speed up my computer. That in itself is highly amusing to me - first, sell users (preinstalled) software that will slow down their computers, then sell them something that will speed it up. Very slick. Ethically, you'd think that if they found something to make McAfee infected computers run faster, they would actually incorporate that in to the offending software (their own). A couple of days ago they trumped that by letting me know that my McAfee Protection has expired. The only time I ever paid for McAfee on one of my own computers was in 2001, and I only paid for a 1 year subscription. On the face of it, emailing me a notification that my subscription just expired seems like a pretty underhanded marketing ploy. On the other hand, maybe the computers running their CRM software has McAfee installed.