This hyperlapse is not the first or the only one, but it’s my favorite.
Neal Stephenson called it, simply, Earth.
I can just watch this again and again:
Can’t figure out which one I love more:
I love that OF COURSE someone knows which guitar he used (some kind of strat) to record my fav song of his, Once Upon a Time in the West: Gear on album Communiqué
UPDATE: MY NEW FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEO (note: you must change settings to play at 1.25x speed)
Now it would just be irresponsible if I didn’t link my favorite guitar documentary ever, but I recommend buying it in HD because this version is very low quality. Here it is, tho:
And in a generation, that knowledge will be largely forgotten… Welcome to Walmart, amigos.
It haunted me during the most memorable scene of the latest Mr. Robot (which is getting too high on itself, or eating its own tail or something).
Now I totally want to play this whole album while preparing Christmas dinner for some reason.
Meanwhile, it seems Billie Joe and crew are still making music? https://twitter.com/BJAofficial/status/759967717243834368
So I was talking about fake Absolut from Laos with the crew today, and it occurred to me that the last bottle of Heineken I had tasted a lot like piss, which is a trademark of the lowest levels of Thai brew (I’m looking at you, Red Horse). I wondered if people bother to adulterate/fake/fuck with tax stamps and lot markings on beer as well, and fired up the old Web Wombat (it’s an Aussie thang):
That video prompted this official response from Heineken: Tampering with Heineken® labels
Which led me to this vid:
The two stories aren’t about the same incident, andnowI’mgettingsleepysonowittyconclusionforthispost, sorry.