Discussion in 'South Bend, IN' started by Xmaveric, Jul 24, 2007.
Hot girls that like star wars are awesome.
I don't play Halo, but...wow.
i've seen a couple of those types of videos online, but they still make me laugh when they go back and say, "here's what really happened."
+5 points for image of Kristen Bell
Bill Murray on SNL singing the theme to Star Wars.
Yeah, who knew there were lyrics.
another favorite, (which I have on VHS tape),
Carrie Fisher on Saturday night live sining,
"I'm just a teenager from outer space, trying to make it in the human race"
now that is from memory, as I can not find the video clip (zero skils here)
on the internet.
there is a.....hard to believe clip from the
Donny and Marie Osmond show on Star Wars as well,
which I would like,...... but do not have
Much much thanks for this one X,
gives me some fun ideas
That truly belongs in this thread. Amazing work.
hey remember that time when you were on top of the world?
"A hole is a hole."
Be sure to watch the whole thing...
Finally some creativity on the interwebz
It totally blew my mind.
That was really cool. I didn't expect that.
Snoop makes Mashed Potatoes
note, this is not a joke
this might not be "AWESOME", but it is pretty cool:
Explanation: In this panorama of Earth and sky recorded on Thursday, November 13, the Full Moon rises along the eastern horizon at the far left. Of course, the Full Moon rises at sunset and that Thursday's setting Sun was also captured at the far right. In between, 17 digital images are stitched together to follow the horizon to the south in a lovely twilight portrait of the city of Lisbon, Portugal. The serene view takes in part of the longest bridge in Europe, the Vasco da Gama bridge, beneath the rising Moon and ends at the mouth of the Tagus River looking west toward the sunset and the Atlantic Ocean. The photographer's vantage point was Lisbon's 100 foot high Cristo Rei monument on the south bank of the Tagus, at the foot of the port city's other famous bridge, the Ponte 25 de Abril.
This one is pretty cool too:
Ahh, the Horsehead Nebula - an astronomical classic. I used to love astronomy when I was a yute.
Yeah, astronomy was awesome before physics got involved.