This is a video capture of an Xbox Live session of someone playing Rainbow 6. Make that someone a whiny, obnoxious 12-year-old engaged in a petulant argument with his mother as she attempts to tidy up.
I can see how video games could lead to violence -- me, I would have put up with about a minute of that nonsense before I backhanded the kid across his face and chucked the Xbox out the window.
Warning: The usual gunfire and whatnot; also, the little darling has quite the foul mouth. You might want to give this one a pass if you're on a dial-up connection. It's a huge (42MB) file and takes a long time to load even with broadband.
Update: I originally posted this a couple of weeks ago, but when I rechecked the link, the site had been shut down, having used up about 200 years worth of bandwidth. I googled around for the clip with no luck, but finally found a copy of it on one of those servers that hold large files for a short time, 7 days in this case.
So then, being mindful of my own bandwidth,
This is starting to get tedious, isn't it?
I set about looking for a server to host it. Most of the popular ones, though, like Putfile, have a 10MB size limit, or are crawling with pr0n banners and probably some even less-savory stuff.
I thought about using Google Video, but that requires the viewer to install the proprietary Google Video Viewer. Eventually everyone will probably have it, but it's considered poor form
As compared to bloggers who go on and on and on?
to send readers to some place that requires them to download new software. Unless, of course,
they want to get it, in which case follow the above link.
I eventually found ourmedia, which you might want to check out for your video (and other media files) storage needs. It has no limits on filesize, no expiry dates, it's sponsored and supported by
. . . tapping watch . . .
heavyweights like the Creative Commons, Tucows and the Internet Archive, and best of all, it's free.
The only downside that I can see is that it's a bit sluggish. Whether that's temporary or not I guess I'll find out. If you click the link, go grab a cup of coffee or something, because it's going to take awhile downloading and buffering it.
And in conclusion,
Oh, shut up.
No, you shut up.
No, YOU shut up!
No, you SHUT UP!
NO, YOU SHUT UP!!!
. . .
And in conclusion . . .
And in conclusion, if you enjoyed that pointless bickering, you're gonna love this.