A day late, but who care due to your busy worker ant/overlord in the home colony. Boing Boing shares a seven minutes and ten seconds YouTube video showing one of Disney's classic cartoon short with Goofy
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Coco/Conan O'Brien recently showed a funny one minute and 32 seconds video titled "Online College Bowl 1" as a spoof/parody of yearly college football bowls -- "Geeks/Nerds, across the country, get pumped for this time of year - it's the 2011 Online College Bowl!"
VideoSift shares an eleven and 43 seconds YouTube video showing an ESPN 'Outside The Lines (OTL)' report on Beatles band member John Lennon, murdered on December 8th, 1980 in New York City (NYC). His shocking death was initially announced to a nationwide American audience on ABC's Monday Night Football (MNF).
Blue's News share an Urlesque article (has cussings in a few videos) showing "14 Greatest Videogame Glitches, Goofs and WTFs" -- "Sometimes videogames just throw a what the f[bleeped] (WTF) moment at you, like an unintentional bug, a weird character animation or a supremely bizarre line of dialogue. It's difficult for game developers to quality assure (QA) every scenario that gamers could possibly engineer. Therefore, you've got goats that fly and baseball players that do somersaults while chasing down a grounder.
EducatedEarth shares a 46.75 minutes YouTube video showing a National Geographic documentary titled "StarCraft: World Cyber Games" -- "The World Cyber Games 2005 was hosted in the repressive state of Singapore, at Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 16 November to 20 November 2005. There were over 800 players from 67 countries. Over 39,000 spectators turned up at the games to cheer for the players. The grand prize for the game is US$435,000..."
This Brevity comic strip shows four different countries with tennis matches with requested silences.