Samsung still makes flip phones — flip phones that run Android. Whoa, that’s different! Sometimes, I miss my old flip phone. You know the phones that didn’t require a case and you could throw up against the wall and they somehow still worked just fine. The Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 is certainly an interesting phone.
Who would have thought so many cats would enjoy (or tolerate) being vacuumed? It’s amazing what you can find on YouTube. I still don’t recommend doing this. I think it borders on pet abuse, but 64k people just couldn’t help watching!
TCU comes back from 0 to win one of the most exciting Valero Alamo Bowl games ever!
There’s something about watching an old computer restoration that I find intriguing. Yes, you read that right. LGR is a show about restoring old computers and playing classic video games on vintage PCs. If you thought LGR stood for something else, well you’re wrong. It actually stands for Lazy Game Reviews. Contrary to what the name
While many were out trick-or-treating, I stayed home in a dark room intently focused on a glowing rectangular window. That’s how I usually spend Halloween. Actually, I spend most Friday nights, weekends, holidays and evenings that way too. The Evil Queen stares at mirrors, I stare at glowing windows in dark rooms. Muahaha Okay, I’ll confess… while
Welcome to Episode 16 of the Camera Roll Vlog. This is a Deserted Texas special. 3 years ago, 4 friends and I embarked on a journey to the ghost town of Helena, TX. We spent 2 days filming what at the time was the biggest production we had ever worked on together. Our cameras were
Never released video from college and hangouts with friends; circa 2011. Stumbled upon a trove of clips while looking through old hard drives. There are so many clips that I’ll have enough content for several episodes. To those who appear in this video, thanks for being a part of my life. It’s memories like these
Never released footage of Bonaparte Gulls up close on the beach. Originally filmed on June 5, 2011, I had intended to use this in future video projects while attending the University of the Incarnate Word. The stockpile was never used. When I purchased my first High Definition camera (an iPod Touch); my footage stockpile looked