Not since "David After Dentist" have I seen such an awesome video of a kid in the back seat of a car. This video shows a little kid in a peaceful slumber slowly get woken up by the guitar and drum intro of Nirvana's song "Breed" from their Nevermind album.
Not only is he awake, but he is awake and ready to PARTY! I have a feeling Andrew W.K. would be proud of this little guy.
Have you seen any videos of future rock stars lately? Do you know what the original title of Nirvana's song "Breed"? Let me know in the comments section below, or Tweet @WebGuyTom or post on my Facebook page.
If you've been around Facebook for as long as I have, then you have probably seen the reactions that happen when it comes to a celebrity death. Many people are familiar with the 5 stages of grief (denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.) But I've found 5 stages of celebrity death when it comes to Facebook, including:
With the news coming out, everyone wants to in some way or another spread the news. This is usually done through the news site of choice, but is almost always followed by "R.I.P." posts. (I might add, RIP drives me insane for some reason.)
As an attempt to get more page subscribers, or to get the image seen by more people, some pages follow a "pay your respects" model to the dead celebrity in the form of a "1 Like = 1 Respect/1 Subscription = 10 Respects.) Is there anyone actually totalling all the "respects" out there?
This is usually followed by someone putting a quote from Paul Walker onto a picture of the actor. Of course, it's floating all around social media now as inspiration.
I admit. I'm usually the jerk that does this crap, and I'm sorry. (But did you hear about the new Paul Walker movie? It's called...I'll just stop there... sorry.)
I might add that I'm usually keeping track of "celebrity death trifecta" in my head because I'm a little morbid like that.
We all tend to have causes and people we care for. People die on a daily basis. It may be a veteran who died in combat; other times it's an influential author. Sometimes someone's death is overshadowed by another bigger death. It's not like we don't care. Maybe our priorities are off. Just don't judge a set of people for acknowleding someone's death while not acknowledging another person's passing.
For example, in November 1963, as the world was mourning the death of John F. Kennedy, author and theologian C.S. Lewis died. It's not that the world didn't care. We just were preoccupied with something that was unheard of at the time.
Life goes on. Every once in a while, we'll get that reminder. Sometimes it's a friend who may be a little late to the party. However, news of the celeb's death, which dominated he news feed for a couple days, is replaced with the same stuff we see on social media on a daily basis - eecards, funny pictures and articles that someone thinks we need to see.
(I might add that sometimes you start to see the "This person didn't really die" or the "this person's was murdered by this group" posts trickle in around here also.)
I've been reading a little bit about new ways for Amazon to get their products into the hands of the consumers faster, including building more warehouses in highly populated areas, or putting lockers in certain stores. But I never thought I'd see the day when Amazon tests drones to deliver their goods to you, like in this video below.
Now the technology still has to jump over some legislative hurdles, but it could reduce the amount of time that it takes to get a product to your home to under 30 minutes, according to The Daily Dot.
So what do you think? Is this bordering on crazy, or would you be the first to get your Amazon package delivered by drone? Let me know in the comments section below, or post your response on my Facebook page, or tweet @WebGuyTom!
Woodrow Wilson was president the last time US celebrated Chanukah during Thanksgiving. Now 95 years later, we are celebrating the Festival of Lights during the same we give thanks. The next time Chanukah and Thanksgiving will be celebrated at the same time will be 2070!
To mark this occassion, I am sharing "Oils," a parody of the Lorde hit "Royals." The song includes gems such as:
And now the menus like stuffing, cranberry, turkey leg or brisket,
Manischewitz, pumpkin pie, holidays are mixing.
We don't care, we'll throw our dreidels in the air.
In honor of Chanukah, Chabad of Northern Colorado is holding 4 public menorah lighting ceremonies in Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley, complete with Chanukah music, latkes, donuts, dreidels & more.
Black Bottle Brewery, the winner of the Radio 94.9 Colorado's Finest Beer contest, is missing a family member, and is asking for the help of the Colorado community to help find it.
This is a time for family, and Carlos is a stuffed squirrel that calls the Fort Collins microbrewery his home is missing. The mascot has 2 of his little middle "fingers" pointing upwards as if he were "flipping the bird." Two other stuffed squirrels that inhabit the brewery were left untouched, but according to "Free-Carlos.com," they are "heartbroken and lost without their leader."
The brewery is asking for the safe return of the beloved family member. A $200 reward is being offered for Carlos' safe return. Anyone with any information about Carlos' whereabouts can call 970-493-2337. Tipsters can remain anonymous.
The brewery, located at 1611 South College Ave. in Fort Collins, opened in December 2012. Their beers are distributed at many locations around Northern Colorado. The brewery won the first Colorado's Finest Beer contest, chosen by listeners of Radio 94.9 for their beer "Recession Proof."
PHOTO CREDIT: Free-Carlos.com/Black Bottle Brewery