I don’t know how much editing may have been done here, but the music syncs with the video almost as well as Dark Side of the Rainbow.
Who will sit on the Iron Throne…of Rock?!
To quote Darth Vader, “Impressive.”
May solos in one.
John 5 fascinates me. He has to be one of the most talented living guitarists on tour.
I heard of him and found he was playing a local venue on the same day while I was sick and tickets were sold out. One day he’ll return and I can go to a show.
Love watching them play as much as hearing them. I can see myself in that environment. I missed my calling.
Even if you don’t like the language, you have to love the beat and the way this video is shot. The actors are great and the scene is complete political mayhem.
This video probably isn’t too far from reality these days. I can watch it over and over.
I’m still upset that Google provided Reader, then killed it. Don’t let the same mess happen with podcasts.
Big companies are trying to monetize and monopolize an open standard. Please don’t let this happen. Learn more:
Summer tracks. 🔥
I probably won’t be able to afford such a moving company the next time we relocate (whenever that may be). Before we move, I hope I remember to watch this video. This company has created a new category of science about moving.
My daughter sent me this video and it is far too accurate (and funny)!
Streams are just that: streams. In the same way that a river has a stream of water, programs have streams of data. Moreover, just like you can use steel pipes to carry water from one place to another, you can use UNIX pipes to carry data from one program to another. This was the very analogy that inspired the design of streams:
We should have some ways of connecting programs like a garden hose — screw in another segment when it becomes necessary to massage data in another way. This is the way of I/O also. — Douglas McIlroy
Streams can be used to pass data into programs and to get data out of them.
The running water water analogy is a great way to explain many complicated topics and Lucas Costa uses it to great effect. You even uses |pipes| to flow input from one command to the next.
Go read his post if, like me, you find yourself scratching your head trying to understand how to work efficiently on the command line.
I’ve seen John Prine live and even shaken his hand backstage. I’ve seen Roger Waters live. I’m privileged enough that I’ve seen both more than once, but never together. I found this video a while ago, but it always punches me in the gut. So great!
Just an amazing collection of classic guitars.
It is always amazing to me when someone excels at performing and almost looks bored while explaining what they do. Witness Mark Knopfler.
I don’t remember how I first stumbled across the amazing pianist VK Goes Wild. Here is a sample of her work covering Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody on a Bösendorfer concert grand piano.
It’s no ordinary cover though! She not only meticulously plays the music, but accurately includes what would be the vocals as well.
Her music is truly something to behold, especially because of her deep catalog of covers from Queen (obviously) to Pink Floyd to Metallica to Rammstein and more.
Thom Yorke always amazes me. Time signature? Down beat? Try to find it. It shouldn’t work, but it does.
I have not seen this movie. I will see this movie. What a beautiful thing.
My cousin Andy is an amazing magician. Please enjoy his work.
…nearly every Southerner feels a personal connection to Waffle House. How can a cookie-cutter restaurant chain win over the hearts of millions of people? My answer is inclusivity. In my experience, when you walk into a Waffle House, whether it is off a random exit in northern Alabama or downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, you are welcomed. At its best, Waffle House creates a sense of belonging unlike most other places.
Waffle House does not care how much you are worth, what you look like, where you are from, what your political beliefs are, or where you’ve been so long as you respect the unwritten rules of Waffle House: Be kind, be respectful, and don’t overstay when others are waiting for a table.
And I’m with Micah. Hash browns should be scattered and covered by default.