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December 24, 2009

Videos and Junk, with a little Christmas on the side, I suppose

GO GO POWER RANGERS!!! No, seriously, this is about something else. It was late when I posted this, mostly cause I was still up and screwing around on the internet. Anyhow, happy early Christmas everyone!!!
Now to why you're reading this. I saw this video early today and thought it was pretty cool. Upon closer inspection however, I have the sneaking suspicion that this video is faked. Watch it first, then read my follow-up comments:

I think this video is fake for several reasons. While I know it's entirely possible to throw a sawblade and hit a target, it's difficult for me to believe that the blade sailed all the way through the 2x4. I came to this conclusion because it would be incredibly difficult (if not impossible) for someone to put that much rotational energy into something and have it keep enough energy to cut through a piece of wood. It's not terribly tough for a tablesaw or a power saw to cut through it, but keep in mind that when an object is thrown like that it is losing energy the second it leaves the thrower's hand. It's hard for me to believe that the sawblade kept enough energy to cut cleanly and completely through the 2x4. The second slow-motion replay looks a little suspicious as well, the sawblade seems to have an unnatural path of motion as it gets nearer the 2x4 as well as while it's actually cutting the board. Not sure that made sense, but I think I got my point across.


Merry Christmas everyone!!! Hope to hear from you all soon. Ninja McFear out.

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December 8, 2009

This is why we don't do acid.

So, the story behind this is the creator of this video had a buddy who got fucked up on Acid and locked himself in a closet and started rambling. So the guy who made this stuck a microphone in there with his friend for awhile and then created an animation to go with it. Please to enjoy.

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