Having lost our 10 year old beagle last year to cancer I’m a sucker for beagle posts, this one looks just like ole’ Max.
I miss him.by jeffli6 with 2 comments
When reviewing the security footage from outside his house in Austin, Texas, Al Brooks spotted an unusual sight: a bird seems to hover past the camera with its wings completely stationary. Of course it wasn’t really hovering (and no, it’s not suspended by strings) but rather the frame rate of the camera matched the flaps of the bird’s wings perfectly resulting in a stroboscopic illusion. This is the same stroboscopic effect you might see in a video of airplane propellers that aren’t moving or when the wheels on a car appear to be frozen. Found Here….by jeffli6 with no comments yet
If you grew up in the seventies as I did this was a staple of your 8-track collection, still going after all these years. I don’t know how many 50 somethings are in the audience, just goes to show how timeless music can be. H/T Ace for the clipby jeffli6 with 2 comments
I have no idea if this is true or not, could not find source, but it’s worth sharing just for the read.
H/T Ka-Chingby jeffli6 with 3 comments