I know this isn't really on-topic with the group, but I wanted to share this with everyone.
There is a YouTube director that I have just stumbled upon, sadly 1 year after his departure. After a brief look at his profile which seemed to be rather silly and fun (if nothing else) brought me to the rest of his videos, the reason behind all of his videos became apparent: a message of hope.
The following is my very brief description (including the videos):
Some guy who took on the username and persona "MadV" who ripped the idea from the story V For Vendetta led a cult-like following on YouTube (who doesn't?).
His videos were always very short, usually no more than 30 seconds or so, and each one was a simple view of one thing or another, several of them focusing on very simple yet seemingly impossible magic tricks.
He always wears a Guy Fawkes mask and a gray hoodie to keep his identity hidden, and he never speaks, just moves.
On May 9th, 2006 he posted a video saying goodbye to the YouTube community and to all of his fans with a compilation video of his previous videos throughout his time as part of the YouTube Community.
Then on November 16, 2006 he released one last video:
Noted as the "Number One Most Replied To Video of All Time on YouTube (3000+ video responses)", 1 month later, on December 22, 2006, he compiled several of the responses into his last submitted video:
He has not been seen since on YouTube and has made no clear attempt to do so again. His final message is not only easily understood, but easily doable.
Feel free to redistribute this through your own bulletins, your blogs, anything you see fit.
Regardless of the fact that we are all going to die, that the planet will eventually be destroyed for one reason or another, we are still one race, one collective people, and we do have the ability and the chance AND the time to make things better.
The collective people can topple any barrier, any boundary, and any obstacles; it's just a matter of coming together and realizing the very few differences we have and making something great out of it.
It's up to each and every one of us whether we want to make a difference.
So, I work at the local movie theater. And at said theater, as to be expected, sometimes people drop things or forget things or lose things.
When we go in to clean these theaters we sometimes find these wonderful treasures. When we do, we can either keep them or we can stick them in the lost and found. The latter is preferred by management, but not always done.
A few days ago I found an amazing pair of sunglasses.
I have also found myself a delightful red headed, blue eyed girl to call my own for at least the time being. It looks very promising, and maybe someday we'll populate the world with more wonderful red headed kids.
okay so i know that i do not have red hair (duhh) but i am considering dyeing my hair so i need opinions! should i dye the underpart of my hair black? i've seen this done before and i like it, but i've never dyed my hair before so i'm a little bit iffy on it.
oh & umm if you dont know what i look like here's some random pics...and so you can tell me wether or not the black would look good :]
hello fellow redhead lovers! i just joined this community cuz well...i love redheads! and i have some icons i made...you all may use them, just comment to let me know...a lil credit and no modifing...thanks!