I noticed that my Cockroach prank video had a sudden surge on Yahoo Video, where I otherwise don’t get many views. Occasionally the kind editors at Yahoo Video will show one of my videos some love, but I’ve yet to get a recurring audience or much feedback. Perhaps the Yahoo folks will find the Attack of the Easter Puppy worthy. Either way, I can’t stop watching it. I think I’ll go play it on my AppleTV to annoy my wife.
Anyway, I did have a point here. I found myself impressed by the Butterfinger Comedy Channel… pranks, comedy, The Onion, consumer-generated clips, epic fails. All in one convenient, and well branded section.
Try it out the next time you need to kill 20 minutes in your boring job. Or at home if you’re unemployed. Or in the library if you’re homeless. And while you’re at it, you can think back fondly to my Butterfingers contest entry where I play a 38-year-old living with his mama and dad. Then there’s the ensuing Fox interview I did about it later.
Wow I drifted on this post. But it’s nice to have Google’s search and several years of online videos when you have no memory. Do you suppose Google will ever index your memories? Wait- I know that dude. Search fried brain cells.