Viral video of the paragliding man in Manali with English subtitles
Friday, 30 August 2019
Wednesday, 28 August 2019
Monday, 26 August 2019
Keeping Faith - Series 2 is out on DVD on September 2nd
FOLLOWING THE runaway success of the first series last year, the critically acclaimed Welsh drama Keeping Faith, starring Eve Myles as the eponymous lead, returns for its second enthralling six-part series.
Originally airing on BBC Wales, series one was the most popular show on the channel in more than 25 years, as well as the most downloaded non-network show on BBC iPlayer since records began and boasted a large audience on BBC One.
We return to stunning rural Wales, to catch up with tenacious lawyer, wife and mother Faith Howells, played with élan by the brilliant Eve Myles (Broadchurch, Torchwood). 18 months after her life was turned upside down by the sudden disappearance of her husband, Evan (Bradley Freegard – Under Milk Wood), Faith is drawn into a new mystery, taking on the case of Madlen Vaughan (Aimee-Ffion Edwards – Peaky Blinders), a local farmer accused of murdering her husband in cold blood.
With Madlen’s murder trial, the prospect of Evan’s return and her conflicted emotions towards former criminal Steve Baldini (Mark Lewis Jones – Chernobyl) Faith must take a stand. Putting her children, her business and even her life on the line, will she find the truth or lose everything and everyone she loves?
You’ll be Keeping Faith in this addictive thriller.
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Saturday, 24 August 2019
In 2002 D-Theater launched in the US - the dealers needed a demo tape of HD footage. JVC reused some HD video that had been shot as a demo for the Japanese HD market back in 1993.
This footage would have most likely been originally used for a HiVision MUSE demo (an HD Broadcast, Tape & Laserdisc format).
You can determine that the year is 1993 by the adverts in Times Square - The Radio 501 CD that's advertised on a billboard came out in 1993 and Paper Moon is playing at the Marquis Theater.
For those wondering what HD video camera tech existed in 1993 - there are a few options, but it's likely that this footage was shot with a HDVS camera- perhaps a Sony SONY HDC-500 attached to a HDV-10 portable recorder which recorded on UniHi 3/4" tape.
Posted by JD at 11:07
Thursday, 22 August 2019
Short interview of the former pornstar Jenni Lee (aka Stephanie S.) who is homeless and living in Las Vegas tunnels among mole people.
Posted by JD at 11:06
Tuesday, 20 August 2019
A video shows a Canadian police officer yelling at a mother for leaving her two children in a hot car while she went grocery shopping. Police in Vancouver received multiple calls about the children who were said to be in distress. A full emergency response including police and fire services were dispatched.The children, aged 3 and 6, were reportedly in the car for 20 minutes. The Ministry of Children and Family Development was informed about the case.
Posted by JD at 10:37
Sunday, 18 August 2019
Friday, 16 August 2019
Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Monday, 12 August 2019
Off-grid hand hewn log cabin - I want to share with you the knowledge to build your very own log cabin whether off-grid or not.
Posted by JD at 09:29
Saturday, 10 August 2019
Tuesday, 6 August 2019
In this episode of "Notes on a Scene," Taika Waititi, the director of "Thor: Ragnarok" breaks down a scene between Thor and Loki, played by Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston. Taika explains the challenge of comedy versus action, the character arc over the three Thor movies, and the symbolism hidden in small actions. Also, see Thor's new haircut...
An idiosyncratic, somewhat fledgling director being handed the reins of one of Marvel’s big light shows can, in a way, feel like a triumph. A budding auteur has gotten the summons from Hollywood—a major career boost for them, sure. But also it’s good for us; it means our superhero movies—which are just a part of life now, and we must accept them—will be better, crafted by more thoughtful hands than some paycheck-mad, blow-’em-up hack’s. Everybody wins!
Posted by JD at 09:49
Sunday, 4 August 2019
Man With Bilaterally Amputated Arms Shows How He Gets His Morning Coffee From Starbucks Drive Through
"I gotta grab the coffee easy or I'll sqeeze to hard and the top will come off. I don't want to burn anyone."
Posted by JD at 09:47