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  1. Great pics Wes! Good to see everyone again, and twas a fun day as normal hanging with good friends. Here's a link to my own pics from the trip. (Over 200!) Yes, We definitely played 'find the paramount logo's as you'll see in the pics. http://flickr.com/photos/radialmonster/sets/72157600027595021/detail/
  2. doh, sorry didnt' see where someone had already found this. apologies. in case your curious, no i didnt see it from dvoraks blog, i found it from an ....ummm nsfw linking site.
  3. not sure why or who or whatever, but i found a link from another (non coaster related) web site that said "Horrific amusement park will scare the f*ck out of you" and followed it. the link went to heavy.com with a tpr video. i sure hope i'm right that it's a tpr video or i'm looking like a dumbbutt. anyway, here's the link to heavy http://www.heavy.com/heavy.php?videoPath=/content/conagious_db/flash_video/amusement
  4. MrMorgan: (and everyone else) Thanks! To answer the many questions about this video... Yes, I had the old video first. I found it on a downloading spree from archive.org's video vault. I did not download it for any particular purpose, I just downloaded a bunch of old stuff to watch, hey it's free! You can find the video here. http://www.archive.org/details/your_movie_camera The video is very long, and is a real instructional video of how to use your movie camera. Made in 1948, you can imagine the technology back then. The original video is just over 10 minutes long covering all sorts of topics, many more than what you see in my resulting video. The video is funny in and of itself, I recommend anyone to watch it just for a laugh. Then, many months later, ACE's C3 event at Carowinds occured. I could not go for financial reasons, so the other members of the whootah.com clan went. Alan filmed a tapes worth of footage, handed it to me and said go at it. I looked at the tape over and over and tried to pick out some good scenes to put into a video. However, as I watched the tape, I realized there really wasnt that many good scenes to make even 30 seconds of a video. I was at a standstill. Then I thought of this old video I had downloaded a long time ago. I didnt tell anyone of my plans, espeically Alan. I was afraid he would be mad or embarrased, but I didnt care!! Whootah love. On I went and threw it up there and told him to check it out and he (and a lot of others) got a big kick out of it. (I know, I know.. some people dont like it. I respect that and admit this video isnt for everyone.) Secret confesion - the video on TPR entered into the contest is the uncensored version. That is by mistake! I rendered 2 copies, one straight render actually forgetting to put the beeps in there, and then one render again with the certian words bleeped out. Well I ended up never rendering an AVI for the censored version, I only rendered the smaller wmv to go on the website. So the AVI I had was still the uncensored one, and that's what I sent to Robb. I realized this a week after the video was posted into the finals, and by then I decided it was too late to change, everyone who was going to download it had already downloaded it, and I didnt want to have 2 different versions floating around in cyberspace. If you want the censored version, get it from http://whootah.com/archives/86 Anyway, hope that answered everyone's questions. It was a stab at Alan to be better camera man, and a stab to the rest of this video world that all your videos dont have to feature silly little coasters , points of view, and pretending like your on that jackass show. Thanks for your support, and good luck to all the video entries!
  5. Phil Hart here, Just wanted to say this video was EDITED completly by me, and FILMED completly by Alan Martin, my fellow whootah clan member. We decided to try a project using this method, and it's interesting to note that I did not even attend the event! Alan dumped like 3 tapes worth of video on me, said go at it, and this is what I came up with. Glad you guys enjoy it! You can find the original video at http://whootah.com/archives/86 with our original notes and some comments from our viewers. Thank you all so much. And we also have to give props to our fellow whootah.com member Jonathan Hawkins. Good job Jonathan! Phil
  6. yes, i'll back up Bob's post also with the link: http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/waiwai/news//20051206p2g00m0dm020000c.html
  7. Guild Wars /maybe the only game i've played in a month //i play about every day!
  8. I also like my consoles to lie flat, not stand upright. and i like the price to be less than $300 for a system. games are steep to me at 50 bucks a pop. talk of raising that for new games to 55 or 60 will only make me wait longer to pay up. www.fileplanet.com has video of the new zelda game. over 30 minutes worth of footage. they also have lots of other video footage from e3 for various games. Loved the pics Robb!
  9. but here's an awesome video of various Nintendo themes http://gprime.net/video.php/nintendothemesacappella edit: doh! nevermind, didnt scroll down the topic listing far enough!
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