Thursday, August 25, 2005

Cap Drain Catastrophe 2: Consolation

So here's the conclusion you've all bean waiting for. One of the upsides to letting the little things bother you is that you tend to bounce back alot quicker. It seems the camera was off for some time after the cap went down. Whatever Jon said seems to have worked, but if I were him I don't know if I'd have mentioned that fork ...

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Runtime: 56 seconds

Previously on Cap Drain Catastrophe: Part 1

Wednesday, August 24, 2005


Joe's mom was here to take him to breakfast, and caught us videoblogging him creating a new hole in his belt. Joe's mom is particularly adorable, but has the same worries of any mother, as we come to find out... unfortunately I had to cut the part where she asked if she could borrow mike's pirate hat to wear to breakfast, since she was off-camera and you couldn't really hear her say it anyways. But I felt it deserved acknowledgement...

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Runtime is about 1 min 45 seconds

Sunday, August 21, 2005

For Rent

Do you ever think your life is in someone else's hands?

Runtime: 19 Seconds

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Happy 80th Birthday, Millie!

Today is Millie Garfield's 80th birthday!
Millie: click on the picture to view your video birthday card!

This runs about 2 minutes

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Planned Parenthood Demonstration

Mike went down to a demonstration outside Planned Parenthood on Saturday morning. He spoke with a lot of people demonstrating for a lot of reasons, and the resulting video is a mini-documentary of those reasons. This video is mostly about conversation rather than politics or crowd shots. People from many perspectives speak to us, sharing the difficult and emotional issues surrounding abortion rights and legality. The conversation does not end here.

The runtime is about 10.5 minutes

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Cap Drain Catastrophe

So I've finally gotten around to posting another of Serra's baby videos. It's amazing how important some things seem when we're little. I guess part of growing up is learning what really matters to us and let the little things slide. Unfortunately somewhere along the way we lose the ability to be this adorable.

This movie runs for 55 seconds and ends at a cliff-hanger. Stay tuned to see how it turns out.

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Every 2 Weeks or so

I haven't posted any personal videos yet, and decided today that it's about time I start. I've had a couple sitting on back burners that I was too nervous to post, largely just because I'm a shy person (including one where I explain that fact), but this one is going up, because I'm feeling brave today.

This movie is of me doing one of my chores that I don't share in common with too many people my age; refilling pill boxes. I take 11 pills per day, every day, and I will tell you a little about why in this video. It's kind of long, but I hope you'll take the time to watch and get to know me a little better. I've been feeling lately like I know a lot of other vloggers to an extent that it's impossible to know me through my videos, and I'm excited to become part of the "vlogosphere" on a slightly deeper level.

Runtime is exactly 8 minutes. How did I manage to do that without trying?

Monday, August 08, 2005


Runtime: 11 Seconds

Saturday, August 06, 2005

You're Distorting my Words.

Runtime: 28 seconds

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Zombies eat your heads off.

Mike decides, after much thoughtful discussion, that headsoff is the answer to everything. oh, and zombies are like vloggers.

This runs about 4 minutes, but mike's philosophical conclusion is so worth it!

PS: this is a 4-part series starting with the lightning strikes us movie. makes more sense in that order rather than starting here.....

Breaking News

In an unexpected twist, the dead are awoken from the funeral home across the street!

This runs about 2 minutes

The Cops Come

After the lightning took off the top of our telephone pole, the authorities showed up and we taped them because we can do anything we want, because we're videobloggers. Right? Mike sets us straight about how lightning chooses where to strike, and we make fun of the fake lightning effects caused by the real lightning behind him.

This runs about 3 minutes, 40 seconds

Lightning Strikes Us

We had a ridiculous electrical storm last night, and since you all liked the rain so well we knew you would like this. As soon as the camera came out, lightning struck a telephone pole about 20 feet from our porch!

This runs about 3 minutes, and includes some really nice bolts and ridiculously loud thunder claps.