SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileAccording to the good folks over at Gawker, everybody’s favourite video uploading site is celebrating a very special anniversary today. Though YouTube actually turned five this past February, April 23 marks the fifth anniversary of the first video ever uploaded to the site.Judging from the humble, downright old fashioned quality of the first clip, I’m guessing no one knew the site would go on to leave competitors like Vimeo in the dust. But YouTube co founder Jawed Karim was clearly light years ahead of all of us when he decided his 19 second item, entitled “Me at the zoo,” was worth sharing with the YouTube audience.
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As they were floating in the air in their space suits they noticed something on one of the buildings on the planet was missing so both boys went looking for it. It looked like a house was being built in space so there had to be people here somewhere. As Chase and Matt continued to investigate people in space suits showed up.
I normally don buy into the whole, “what kind of man” bullshit, because it just seems to be bordering on the whole toxic masculinity thing. But what kind of man would fucking bend over for someone who insulted his wife and father the way Ted Cruz has? With Ted Cruz asking what kind of man would throw away his ideals and suck up to the bastard who attacked him isn even questioning his masculinity. It asking if he a man in the sense of mankind.
As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age. Continue reading this postSparkle trailer gives last glimpse of Whitney HoustonA trailer for the movie musical Sparkle was released Monday, giving us a glimpse of Whitney Houston’s last project. The late singer plays the mother of Jordin Sparks, an aspiring singer in the 1960s who rises with a girl group similar to the Supremes.