Anyways, there’s cool stuff being passed around in the interwebs. Here are some I’m digging:
Here’s a video from a 5–0’s dash that recorded a “tractor truck” size meteor:
Brian Williams: “The search is on in Canada for the impact site?”
What the?!?! They better find that thing. That thing was huge—that’s what she said! For something that bright and in plain sight of the cop patrolling, they should know at least where to start. Dang… that’s scary if they don’t find it. You think it’s a coincidence with all these Armageddon-like movies coming out?
The video from Hulu is no longer available. I have updated the post with the one from Youtube.
Ever since dropping Season‑3 on tubes everywhere this past Monday night, NBC subliminally stated to the other networks, “We’re back bitches!” Meanwhile, I rarely watch TV when I get home other than watch MNF, ESPN and FOX Sports to keep up with Sports in general. Ever since getting a Hulu invite a couple months ago, I have been more than impressed with how far it has come from its days of closed beta.
Anyways, a couple of TV shows that I have been following lately are: Heroes, Chuck, The Office, My Name is Earl, and Kitchen Nightmares to name a few. On that end, I have to give it up to NBC in letting Chuck fans have a sneak peek of Season-2’s first episode available on Hulu days before its premiere on Primetime this upcoming Monday, September 29th. You may watch it below.
But best to do so soon as its suppose to expire in 2‑days.
If you have missed the other season premieres of some of the shows I have listed above, you may check them out below:
- Heroes Season‑3 Premiere Episode #1: The Second Coming
- Heroes Season‑3 Premiere Episode #2: The Butterfly Effect
- The Office Season‑5 Premiere: Weight Loss
- My Name is Earl Season‑4 Premiere: Magic Hour / Monkey Take a Bath
- Kitchen Nightmares Season‑2 Premiere: Handlebar. This is actually the 2nd episode, but the 1st one was just a summary of what happened in Season‑1.
PS. On a side note (Design-wise), the only biggest grudge at the moment with Hulu is the dimension it uses: 512px by 296px. Hence, at the time of this writing, I have my main content’s width to 550px. I would like to have 500px to keep things clean and in order but with the use of different video sites (i.e. Youtube, Hulu, Video, …), it is safer to use this much space for now; though it irks me when the copy goes of to the right of a 500px video.