In these troubled times, it may become necessary to defend yourself against the worst elements of extremism. My thanks go out to Master Ken, who has provided us with an instructional video on How To Punch A Nazi via the magic of YouTube.
Warning: The video depicts scenes of violence, the use of dangerous martial arts techniques, tiki torches, parody and subtle political commentary that may not be suitable for the faint of heart.
There must be more than a few music geeks reading this. I’ve got pretty eclectic musical tastes, so I am delighted to share this video of Bobby McFerrin (probably best known for the song “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”) singing Bach’s Prelude in C major. The amount of precision and vocal control required to do this well is incredible.
I hope you’ve had a relaxing weekend whether you celebrate Easter, Ostara, chocolate, or The Flying Spaghetti Monster. May this video continue that weekend a little bit longer.
While you’re digesting all that chocolate, tell me what singer and song and combination has surprised you in a good way recently? 🙂
This is for all the board game geeks. Some games are simple to learn and simple to play, like Ludo. Some are simple to learn but difficult to master, like Go. Some are difficult to learn and difficult to master, where the Rise and Decline of the Third Reich comes to mind (I’ve never met anyone who learnt ALL of the rules to it). Anyone remember Magic Realm? I’ve never known or heard of a gaming group that has the patience and stamina to work through all six or seven stages of gameplay required to learn all of the intricacies of it.
How about a game where it is difficult, if nigh on impossible, to work out who plays first?
With gaming friends like these, who needs enemies..?
Have you ever wondered how frogs’ tongues get their prey into their mouths? It’s a combination of a super soft tongue and spit that’s a non-Newtonian fluid rather like tomato ketchup, as explained in this fascinating Sciencium video: