Sony Spent $500K Today
If you go to YouTube’s homepage today, you’ll see a banner ad for PlayStation. Google sells this ad slot in 24 hour chunks and charges half a million dollars for it. That’s nearly $21K an hour or $350 a minute. Clearly Sony has allotted quite a bit of money to PlayStation’s marketing department, and not just for E3.
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Sony Spent $500K Today

If you go to YouTube’s homepage today, you’ll see a banner ad for PlayStation. Google sells this ad slot in 24 hour chunks and charges half a million dollars for it. That’s nearly $21K an hour or $350 a minute. Clearly Sony has allotted quite a bit of money to PlayStation’s marketing department, and not just for E3.

Pre-Order: PlayStation 4 Console

90’s Nostalgia: The Tales from the Crypt Saturday Morning Game Show

So when I was five years old, Tales from the Crypt was a pretty fucking huge deal for HBO. My father always watched it and I was kind of always around to squeal or run away from his television set while it played, but the memories and nostalgia always lingered of the Crypt Keeper and his fucked up tales of horror. But something crossed my mind the other day and I don’t think many people remember this, but do you remember the Crypt Keeper’s gameshow?

I hardly do. With the help of Google/Wikipedia/YouTube, I’m watching it over and thinking: How in the fuck did this crazy ass Saturday morning children’s game show air, of all networks, on CBS? And how did it last for one year?

The show was called Secrets of the Crypt Keeper’s Haunted House, and it involved kids going through physical challenges, Legend of the Hidden Temple style. They had a section of the challenge titled “The Swamp From Hell and used a shit ton of bad CGI to animate it.

Thanks to a user on YouTube, an episode is on the Internet to peep in three different parts. I guess the uploader, bojibbles, was a contestent on the show. Enjoy this hidden gem with me, because my brain doesn’t want to shit bricks alone at remembering this show at random.

Witness The Power Of The Teleporting Camera

Okay, so if you haven’t heard of Wheezy Waiter, he’s this really clever dude with a beard who makes silly YouTube videos that make me laugh. They usually involve video editing tricks like explosions, punching bald eagles, and the creation and murder of human clones. This video where he accidentally makes his camera spontaneously teleport is just plain genius.

YouTube Transcriptions Are My New Lulz
I accidentally enabled YouTube’s automatic transcription feature today and it is inaccurate. Hilariously inaccurate. Here’s just one example. That cute unicorn is a “terribly unfair blind marxist” according to YouTube. Admittedly, I’ve never met that unicorn and shouldn’t dismiss those claims, but next time you’re bored, turn on YouTube’s transcriptions and prepare to lol out loud.

YouTube Transcriptions Are My New Lulz

I accidentally enabled YouTube’s automatic transcription feature today and it is inaccurate. Hilariously inaccurate. Here’s just one example. That cute unicorn is a “terribly unfair blind marxist” according to YouTube. Admittedly, I’ve never met that unicorn and shouldn’t dismiss those claims, but next time you’re bored, turn on YouTube’s transcriptions and prepare to lol out loud.

Daddy Long Legs, Who Did Name You?

I just laughed so hard watching this that I’m going to have to take a double dose of my reflux meds tonight.

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