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Woman Too Excited About Arrest On TV

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

Woman is excited to be on TV as her sister gets arrested. COUNTY LAW! COUNTY LAW!



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Forever Stuck in Saturday Morning.

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

Classic Saturday morning cartoon theme songs.


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Lady Gaga Fan Lives Out Childhood Dream

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

I'm sure most of the internet has already seen several videos from this incident at the Semi Precious Weapons show, but this on stage POV cracked me up the most thanks to the gentleman at 00:47 who relished his chance of a lifetime to cradle Lady Gaga in his arms.

Lady Gaga Stage Dive from Bronques on Vimeo.

Lady Gaga Stage Dives Into Semi Precious Weapons Crowd

Perched Above Chicago

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

Josh Copeland offers up some unique, tranquil views of the city set to a wistful soundtrack. Pretty good stuff!

Perched Above Chicago from Josh Copeland on Vimeo.

Rollin in the (606)2-5

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

A friend of mine sent me this video in honor of my condo hunt in Lincoln Square/Ravenswood neighborhoods. I thought I'd share it with everyone since I'm sure most of our readers can relate. Enjoy!

Wax On, F*ck Off with Ralph Macchio

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

Who knew it was so tough being Ralph Macchio.

Wax On, F*ck Off with Ralph Macchio from Ralph Macchio

Cluck, Cluck, Cluck, Touch My Chicken and I'll Beat You Up

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

Awesome catchy tune. Don't leave your chicken in the car.

Jack Black Saves Some Boobs

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

A funny PSA with Jack Black getting a mammogram to raise awareness. Ladies, go get tested.

R.I.P. Gary Coleman

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

One of my most favorite TV shows growing up. R.I.P. Gary Coleman.

Creepy P.S.A. - Helping Johnny Remember

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

A creepy PSA created by Ashleigh Nankivell, taken from an old public domain social guidance PSA. These old PSA's freak me out anyway, but the added affects in this video really take the creepiness to another level.

Helping Johnny Remember from ashleigh nankivell on Vimeo.

11 Year Old Christina Aguilera Sings Anthem at Blackhawks Game

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

The last time the Blackhawks made it to the Stanley Cup finals Christina Aguilera sang the National Anthem. It's a pretty amazing rendition, especially by a 11 year old.

The Ultimate Movie Cliche

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

A montage of classic films using the line "Get Out Of There!" Click here for list of films.

The Heaviest Metal Song Ever

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

Comedian Brian Posehn with a song called "More Metal Than You" tak­en from the al­bum 'Fart and Wiener Jokes.

*Features Brian Posehn on vocals with a host of musical guests including Scott Ian (ANTHRAX), Joey Vera (ARMORED SAINT, FATES WARNING), John Tempesta (TESTAMENT, ROB ZOMBIE), Mark Osegueda (DEATH ANGEL), Brett Anderson (THE DONNAS), Brendon Small (DETHKLOK), and Mark Morton (LAMB OF GOD)

Beautiful Chicago Architecture

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

I thought that on this lovely day here in Chicago, we could enjoy some pretty looking buildings together. These are some really beautiful shots from Josh Pabst. Enjoy!

Architectural Videography: DRAFT from Josh Pabst on Vimeo.

The Greek Crisis Explained

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

Here is a good explanation of the economic crisis in Greece.

The Greek Crisis Explained, Episode 1 from NOMINT on Vimeo.

The Greek Crisis Explained, Episode 2 from NOMINT on Vimeo.

Third episode coming soon from Nomint.

This Playoff Beard is for You

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

While it's no beard of Jimmy Greenfield, it's still pretty fancy.

Beardbox from Gabriel Shalom on Vimeo.

A videomusical self portrait.

Craigslist Masterpiece Theatre

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

Culling together some of the most outlandish and ridiculous posts on Craigslist then making a short film about it, now that's a great idea.

L.A. Based Scratchframe, a film production group comprised of some of my good friends and fellow Alum's of Columbia College Chicago, have debuted a new web series entitled Craigslist Masterpiece Theatre™, in which every episode of the series is based on a real ad from Craigslist.

Check out the first episode:

Actual Craigslist Ad

PI services barter

Over five years experience in the field of private investigation, I've had a wide variety of cases so nothing is too out of the ordinary. though i specialize in finding people, spousal investigation (suspected cheating,ETC), police records, and cyber investigation. I'm certified and hold a degree in criminal justice. I'm well connected with local law enforcement and lawmakers. No case is to big or too small, I have a proper office and i do maintain open hours. You can contact me though this ad and email me about the nature of your specific case or u can call the office number listed below. i take great pride in confidentiality so your case is safe. Open to all cases, I've only turned one case away in my five years. So no situation in too much for this company. If in the Los Angeles Area u will be dealing with me directly, though i have employee's (other PI's) all over California. Muscle is also not a Problem. I as well as my other PI's are skilled in law enforcement and military tactics. Our office number is (562)###-####
-R.C.

I'm Looking to barter my Services for Tickets, Electronics, A new mattress, But I'm open to all offers. Let me know what you have.

Check out all of the episodes at the Scratchframe website.

88 miles per hour

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

Back To The Back To The Future from Eclectic Method on Vimeo.

After reading and watching Marcus Leshock's post about the Back to the Future cast reunion I've been jonesing to watch the trilogy again. The ever so talented Eclectic Method has also bought into the BTTF nostalgia creating another one of their masterful works of art. I'd have to say that it's one of their best.

Jackson vs. Bean

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Andrew Maxwell

A twentysomething man of industry. Filmmaker and animator.

Jackson vs Bean from Patrick Boivin on Vimeo.

Vimeo user and apparently superbly awesome stop motion puppet animator Patrick Boivin created this masterpiece. People in high school for better or worse said I resembled Mr. Bean and fellow frycook Josh is an obvious ringer for M.J.... Let's just say that this is an approximation of what would happen if I tried to out-dance Josh. I would like to have that scooter though.

Safe Sex PSA

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

Here is a extremely well done and creative safe sex PSA. To bad stuff like this is considered to racy to air here in the good old USA.


WARNING: Not Work Safe

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Superbowl Sunday: A Great Time to Eat (and watch sports)

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

If there is one tradition that consistently holds true for me on Superbowl Sunday, it's eating delicious food. The fabulous Amy Guth gives a crash course in making what appears to be a simple, yet mouth watering jambalaya. It seems like it would be the perfect compliment to the Superbowl, Puppybowl and whatever other bowl you are planning on watching tonight.

Bigmouth vol. 6: Le SuperBowl from Amy Guth on Vimeo.

As for myself, I'm trying my hand at the Robert Rodriguez 10-min cooking school for Puerco Pibil (or Cochinita Pibil). I'll let you know how it goes.

The People vs. George Lucas: New Teaser for SXSW

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Andrew Maxwell

A twentysomething man of industry. Filmmaker and animator.

About a year ago this teaser emerged. It's a commentary on a feeling that almost all people with imaginations have felt since the Star Wars Special Edition and subsequent prequels came and messed around with our idea of what a 'star war' really was. Is it fighters and lightsabers and the force being with you? Or maybe its a wiggly CG frog-man getting his tongue electrocuted and farting while insulting half the population of the planet via minstrel show.

I of course won't hold back my feelings and I think I speak for fellow Frycooks when I say -- The amount of times I've watched my letterbox remastered VHS tapes since 1998 is a true testament to how much we want Star Wars to be the way it originally was. It would be nice to see it again on the big screen without wiggling CG monsters popping up every 20 minutes to interrupt the pace of the narrative or trigger happy Greedo showing off the worst aim of his bounty hunting career at the wrong time while Han Solo shows off his newfound computerized dodge reaction implants. There's really nothing to love in the revisions.

Oh, and also Jar-Jar.

Good luck with this movie guys. Looks like it's on clip to reach broad theatrical release.

Maximus (a.k.a the video with those kids)

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

Moop Jaw produces an extremely well-crafted music video with some of the most talented child dancers I've seen. If MTV still showed 'M' then surely you would see this video on there. It should go without saying that they are all my new idols.

Beni Featuring Sam Sparrow 'Maximus' Music Video. (Directed by Warran & Rhett for MOOP JAW) from Moop Jaw on Vimeo.

The Griswolds are Back! (I guess...)

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Andrew Maxwell

A twentysomething man of industry. Filmmaker and animator.

Honestly, I have no trouble with the Griswolds being used as a shill for any product, but something tells me that Clark W.'s profanity laced rants will be a little watery in this -- what seems to be an ad for a vacation home finding service.

Of note, the Wagon Queen Family Truckster returns in perfect working order, but who will play the new Rusty? Our money's on Shia LaBeouf.

Die Antwoord (The Answer)

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Zbigniew Zarudzki

Ladies and Gentlemen, I introduce to you Die Antwoord (The Answer). The answer to "whatever".


Zef Side.


Enter The Ninja

Groundhog Day: Recut

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

"Well it's Groundhog Day...again?"

To celebrate, here is the Groundhog Day trailer brilliantly recut by YouTuber DirtyEpic129 to be a depressing drama to the tune of Requiem for a Dream.

"It's Groundhog Time!"

Generic News Segments Broken Down

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

If you are looking to start up your own news broadcast, let this brilliant video be your guide as you learn the proper format for broadcast news, courtesy of "News Wipe, London."

Note:NSFW language

Iranian B-Boys in 1991

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

During late 1991, what looks to be a packed family room in Tehran Iran was transformed into an ultimate break dance battle for the ages. According to the videos description, this video features renowned Iranian b-boys Shahram Kharchang, Reza Bache, Mehdi Tony, and Ahmad Lore during their glory days. Enjoy!

The Art of the Suit-Up Scene

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

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Epic music, quick cuts, gratuitous close-ups, and sounds of things clicking: in a nutshell, these represent the art of the Hollywood suit-up scene. They are simple, quick shots of adrenaline that kick the movie into the next gear without much viewer effort. Growing up, this was one of my favorite parts of a movie. It was easy for me to understand, and the lack of special effects made it a snap to re-enact at home.
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From Trees to Tribune, 1937

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Josh Reichlin

I'm a fan of several things. Mostly food, sauces and dancing.

I was looking through the Prelinger Archives and stumbled across this thorough video that details how the Chicago Tribune was produced in 1937, beginning in the forest and ending in print. It's complete with moments of the Tribune staff hard at work delivering the news in 1937.

Although it's rather long for a web video (20mins), it has some pretty entertaining moments and a delightful old-timey, humble narrator (in my imagination it's @ColonelTribune). Enjoy!

My question is, where can I find the entrance to this amazing underground rollercoaster for paper (@ 13:50 in the video)?


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