• Earth Day 1970 Part 10: Earth Week 2of3 Philadelphia (CBS News with Walter Cronkite)
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    Earth Day 1970 Part 10: Earth Week 2of3 Philadelphia (CBS News with Walter Cronkite)

    – [Man] Radio and television stations have given free air time. (eerie orchestra music) – [Man] There’s a problem about the air, the water and the Earth. It’s being ruined. That’s what Earth Week is all about. – [Man] What it’s all about is trying to convince everyone in Philadelphia that industrial activity like this has serious drawbacks as well as advantages. And the Earth Week committee wanted to reach more than just students. They wanted help from people like Mrs. Rita Cugini, the wife of a fireman in Southwest Philadelphia. Mrs. Cugini did become involved in Earth Week. When you think about it, when you walk around your own…

  • What if the Earth were Hollow?
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    What if the Earth were Hollow?

    Flying in a 747 from one side of the earth to the exact opposite side would take about 22 hours… and while I know there’s a bit of rock in the way, that’s really going the long way round. So what if we did dig a hole all the way through the earth, through the center, and jumped in? Well, Michael, you probably would’t make it very far – that’s because of the Coriolis effect (which is why a ball curves weirdly when you toss it while riding a merry go round and why hurricanes always spin counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere). At the equator, the earth (and you on…

  • “Go Nicely” | Russell Peters – The Green Card Tour
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    “Go Nicely” | Russell Peters – The Green Card Tour

    >>Russell Peters: [To audience member] How old are you? [Inaudible]>>Russell: 28 Now, let me– confirm this, with me. You’re 28. I’m 40. Aren’t Indian parents obsessed, with their kids go to the bathroom? It’s true. From the age of three, when you start going by yourself, for the rest of your life– your parents want to know, what’s going on in there. [Laughter] I’m 40 years old. If i go to my mom’s house, “Mom can use the bathroom?” [Indian accent] “What do you want to do?” [Laughter] “Whatever I want to do, I can do it myself!” [Laughter] You cannot go to the bathroom around your parents– Indian parents.They…

  • Franklin and the Green Knight Special
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    Franklin and the Green Knight Special

    ♪>>NARRATOR:Franklin couldcount by twos and tie hisshoes.He loved warm spring showers,hot summer days and crispautumn winds.He also loved the winterbecause winter meant snow.And playing in the snow madehim very happy.One January, when the snow laydeeper and thicker than anyonein Woodland could remember,Franklin was especially happy.Something was about to happenthat would change his lifeforever.(Sighing) (Laughing)>>Making snow angels is fun!>>Look, look! (Laughing) I made a snow angel, too! (All laughing)>>Good one, Snail! ♪>>Whoa!>>Whee! Let’s play crack the whip!>>Okay! What’s that?>>This!>>Aah!>>There.>>Nyah, nyah! (Laughing) Missed! Yoo-hoo! (Gasping) Aah! (Laughing)>>Run, Bear, run! (All laughing)>>Hang on, Snail!>>Whee! (Laughing)>>Whoa!>>Hmm.>>We sure got a lot of snow last night.>>This is great, huh, guys?>>Yeah! I love winter!>>Hey, has anyone seen…

  • DIY Blue Screen / Green Screen & Lighting – Filmmaking Tutorial 9
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    DIY Blue Screen / Green Screen & Lighting – Filmmaking Tutorial 9

    OK. Welcome to another filmmaking tutorial. My name is Tom Antos and today I’m going to show you guys how to set up a blue screen shoot or a green screen shoot, depending what you’re using. And what’s more important, I’m going to show you how to do it on a low budget. I’ll tell you have you can make a blue screen, then how you should set it up. And then, at the end, what is the best way of lighting it and why. So, let’s begin. First, before you start, you’ll need a blue screen, obviously. So, if you have the money, you can simply rent a nice…

  • CGI 3D Animated Short  “Course Of Nature” – by Lucy Xue & Paisley Manga | TheCGBros
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    CGI 3D Animated Short “Course Of Nature” – by Lucy Xue & Paisley Manga | TheCGBros

    (chirping of crickets) (giggling of a young girl) (giggling of a young girl) (Woman clearing her throat) And where do the clouds belong? In the pen. That’s right! We have a job, remember? So, let’s get started. Now hold the cloud out. (moaning) (clapping) (Sounds of rain) (gasp) Mom! I, um Now go get the others. But Uh-uh-uh Go! Hmp Go! Be free! (Cute barking) Be free! Go! No… You’re free now! (Small girl giggling) Oh (Roaring Thunder) (Gasp) Uh nhh Uhhhh! (Thunder) (Gasp) Oh! Ugh I just didn’t want to hurt them (Whistling) It”s your turn now. Mom! (Moaning) (Clapping) (Sound of gentle rain) (Crying) Hey. It’s okay. It’s…

  • “The Middle East” | Russell Peters – The Green Card Tour
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    “The Middle East” | Russell Peters – The Green Card Tour

    >>Russell Peters: Where the Arabs at, tonight? Arabs, in the house, where are you? [Audience members cheer] All strategically placed, I see. [Laughter] [Laughter and Applause] That’s no accident, huh? [Laughter continues] All in the center. [Arabic accent] “This way we all go, “boom,” in the middle, over everything.” [Laughter and Clapping] [To audiene member] “What kind of Arab are you, bro? [Inaudible] Moroccan? And Iraq? [Inaudible] Just– Just Iraq? So, not Moroccan? You’re Iraqi. I’ve been to Iraq– To perform, but obviously, not for, you know, the Iraqis. It’s not a very– you know, comedy filled place, you know? [Laughter] It’s not like there’s comedy clubs, in Iraq, you…

  • “Language Barriers” | Russell Peters – The Green Card Tour
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    “Language Barriers” | Russell Peters – The Green Card Tour

    >>Russell Peters: You’ll notice when you’re walking around any major city now, uhm, and I notice this here even, in England, which is ironic, that you find less and less people speaking English, nowadays. Like, even in America, I walk through any major city, and I hear people speaking every other language, but English, and the fucked up thing for me is, I can only speak English. I know words in other people’s languages. I know phrases. I know how to say certain things, but I can’t speak anything, from top to bottom, other than English, and which, you know, like, if I was to talk to you, if I…