Your brain can melt trying to keep up with the endless torrent of video content on the web each day. That's why we are here to ease your fatigue with the best videos of the week. Enjoy!
This video purportedly shows someone demonstrating what has to be one of the craziest weapon mashups we've ever encountered: a compound bow crossed with a twelve-gauge shotgun.
Think you and your friends have come up with the most unique and original ways to open a beer bottle? Think again. Chris Sumers and Adam Young created this fast-paced video, Bottle Cap Blues, that shows everything from axes, to iPods, to nail guns, to belly buttons being used to crack open a cold one.
This is crazy: watch this 747 trying to take off on its own in the middle of a airplane boneyard in the Mojave desert, California. It happened last week, May 23, when a low pressure zone brought 70mph winds to the area.
There is so much beauty in those dusty old cameras you see at thrift stores and flea markets, but you don't buy them because they probably don't work at all. Ilott Vintage resurrects those treasures, and makes them better than ever.
If you've never seen Reggie Watts perform, head to YouTube first, and then check his website to see where he's playing next. His act is part comedy, part music, almost all of it is completely improvised, and it's absolutely amazing-funny and beautiful all at once. He opened for Conan O'Brien on his U.S. tour, and he's been all over TV and the internet lately. He's one of a kind, and absolutely brilliant.
Way back in the 20th century, when people talked on phones, the old AT&T Corporation produced instructional movies with a mission: to show telephone newbies how not to be assholes. The strategy? Show a lot of footage of male assholes.
We're in the hot thick summer of New iPhone rumors, now: Japanese bloggers have shot video of an alleged piece of Apple's next handset. If it's true-a big if-you're looking at the iPhone 5's face. It's bigger.
Check out this video made with images created by NASA. It shows Earth's night sky during the next four billion years, with the Milky Way on a head-on collision with Andromeda. The destruction of our galaxy as we know it will be so beautiful.
How in hell did this cat learn that he had Spiderman abilities? Seriously, this video really WTF'ed my Friday. I didn't particularly like cats, but I'm definitely starting to succumb to their many charms and abilities. [Thanks Tom!]