Where would blogging be without You Tube?

April 29, 2008

In big trouble, that’s where…

For instance, I wouldn’t be able to do this:

and then, we couldn’t do this:

and the world would be a poorer place.

Although, I remember this one being far more scary than it is:

But that might just be me. Weird.

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4 Responses to “Where would blogging be without You Tube?”

  1. Mysterious Dave Mather Says:

    I may have been a bit older than you when I saw it, so less impressionable, but ‘The Tomorrow People’ was just awful when I watched. Where as ‘Saphire and Steel’ was quite creepy.

  2. audent Says:

    The episodes of TTP were pretty poor, although the premise was good (Heroes, but without the effects). The title sequence was chilling as I recall but that version doesn’t really cut it.

    As for S&S, it was great. The only problem – miss an episode and you had NO IDEA what was going on (and no ability to catch up whatsoever). Lots of weird ghost stories with no real rhyme nor reason to it. Bags of fun. Also, the credits – what do they mean? “Transuranic. Heavy elements may not be used where there is life.” WTF?

  3. Mysterious Dave Mather Says:

    Actually, at the time, I thought that the title sequence for ‘Saphire and Steel’ was really cool. Now it looks pretty sad.

    What I liked about ‘Transuranic. Heavy elements may not be used where there is life.’ was that suggested that there was other pairs of operatives, like neptunium and plutonium, who did other weird missions beyond the scope of the series.

  4. audent Says:

    Yeah, the implied ‘other guys’… some of whom would turn up from time to time… Nothing majorly exciting but still cool nonetheless. Real, peeking-behind-the-scenes kinds of stories.


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