Must Watch Videos: UNC

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How To Draw Things: Voldo

Based on the positive feedback we’ve received from our Must Watch Videos on how to draw things, we’ve decided to spin it off into its own new segment, which is Continue Reading →

Must Watch Videos: Dance, Voldo, Dance – Original (Nelly – Hot in Herre)

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Random Wikipedia Link of the Night: Dance, Voldo, Dance

Well, Baby Birds, this is a section that I’ll hardly ever do called Random Wikipedia Link of the Night – I need to think up a more clever title – Continue Reading →

Kate Upton in Zero-G. You’re welcome.

So I know we’re a tad bit late with this one, but hits are slow today and I figure maybe this might pick things up a bit. I’m finally getting Continue Reading →

Random Wikipedia Link of the Night: Guildhall School of Music and Drama

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Kate Upton teaches us all how to Dougie

Yes, Baby Birds, I am well aware that this video is super old. But I don’t care…and let’s be honest, none of you care either. This is a terrifically insightful Continue Reading →

Kate Upton is a sexy Easter Bunny

Well, Baby Birds, it’s clear that we have some mutual interests. You see, we like Kate Upton. As it turns out, you all like Kate Upton too! You liked it Continue Reading →

Kate Upton does the Cat Daddy

This is a video of Kate Upton doing the Cat Daddy dance. She is almost just too hot, if there is such a thing. If you haven’t seen this before, Continue Reading →

Why Daft Punk’s “Alive 2007″ is my favorite electronic album of all time

There are a lot of albums I consider to be great, but ultimately I always return to Daft Punk’s Alive 2007. I find it strange that I would consider a Continue Reading →