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Busket Posket
Feb 5, 2010




Enjoy Jack Stauber’s “New Normal”:

https://youtu.be/b4lNq4nhdDQ

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eating only apples
Dec 12, 2009

Shall we dance?



Lipstick Apathy

canis minor posted:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCibKB-87QU

K is for Knell from ABC of Death anthology

I quite liked the ABCs of Death but one of them, I think it's maybe I for Injection, is just straight up "look at this woman tied up in my bathtub while I poison her and she pukes and shits everwhere and finally dies" torture porn and it's really unlike anything else in the anthology, which has body horror and gross poo poo and farts and the awful masturbation Hunger Games, but that one is the worst and really sticks with me

Somfin
Oct 25, 2010



Nap Ghost

Busket Posket posted:

Enjoy Jack Stauber’s “New Normal”:

https://youtu.be/b4lNq4nhdDQ

That one falls strongly into the "putting in very explicit words something I didn't want to acknowledge that I've been thinking about for months" camp, those songs that are just raw and painful and you hate the feelings they make you feel but no-one else is loving saying it as beautifully so you listen to them for two straight hours, and yeah anyone who can pluck my actual nightmares out of my head and put them on screen deserves a prize

N. Senada
May 17, 2011


Somfin posted:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVddN_nr1CI

I can't explain this one. Most of Jack Stauber's stuff is so directly creepy that it doesn't register, but this one gave me a proper chill. If it doesn't work for you the first time, watch it again.

This I dig a lot. It really hits the creep spot

QUACKTASTIC
Mar 31, 2010

__(.)<
\___)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0jCFkqVEeo

Crime on a Dime
Nov 28, 2006



Busket Posket posted:

Enjoy Jack Stauber’s “New Normal”:

https://youtu.be/b4lNq4nhdDQ

guy finds glitch plugins.. spooky!


Crime on a Dime has a new favorite as of 11:46 on Mar 31, 2020

QUACKTASTIC
Mar 31, 2010

__(.)<
\___)

Deepfake music video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6bo_mIOto0

twistedmentat
Nov 21, 2003

What's a war hero got to do to get some lubrication around here?

This video was recommended to me on youtube not so long ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxRB4sdbIcw

Zdzislaw Beksinski's art makes way more sense now. Still freaky as poo poo, and I had no idea he also did photography.

Also Nexpo came back and did a great deep dive and explanation of Local 58
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdVRyOX6S4A
That real sleep one really fucks with my head if I follow the instructions, and he explains why.

twistedmentat has a new favorite as of 01:02 on Apr 1, 2020

The Mighty Moltres
Dec 21, 2012

Come! We must fly!


twistedmentat posted:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxRB4sdbIcw

Zdzislaw Beksinski's art makes way more sense now. Still freaky as poo poo, and I had no idea he also did photography.

Pro-Click.

twistedmentat posted:

Also Nexpo came back and did a great deep dive and explanation of Local 58
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdVRyOX6S4A
That real sleep one really fucks with my head if I follow the instructions, and he explains why.

The effect is a lot more apparent when the faces are familiar and it's a little slower:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT9i99D_9gI

twistedmentat
Nov 21, 2003

What's a war hero got to do to get some lubrication around here?

The Mighty Moltres posted:

Pro-Click.


The effect is a lot more apparent when the faces are familiar and it's a little slower:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT9i99D_9gI

This explains why people think so many celebs are lizards.

Milo and POTUS
Sep 3, 2017

I will not shut up about the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. I talk about them all the time and work them into every conversation I have. I built a shrine in my room for the yellow one who died because sadly no one noticed because she died around 9/11. Wanna see it?


twistedmentat posted:

This explains why people think so many celebs are lizards.

That's leaded water

Aleph Null
Jun 10, 2008

You look very stressed


Tortured By Flan

Facebook Aunt posted:

This is a video, but it contains many creepy images.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNVqRC4mcSI

That was beautiful. Not even lying.

Winklebottom
Dec 19, 2007



supermegaultra
Jul 24, 2007


Big Bird

twistedmentat
Nov 21, 2003

What's a war hero got to do to get some lubrication around here?


Just as everyone is getting used to T Rex with Feathers, they've decided that no, they didn't have them. Because larger animals would have feathers to keep themselves warm, and Rex's lived in warmer climates. Plus there have not been any indication of feathers in an rex skin imprints.

Randaconda
Jul 3, 2014

The preceding post has been paid for by the new World order.



twistedmentat posted:

Just as everyone is getting used to T Rex with Feathers, they've decided that no, they didn't have them. Because larger animals would have feathers to keep themselves warm, and Rex's lived in warmer climates. Plus there have not been any indication of feathers in an rex skin imprints.

They could have them as babies then lose them as they get bigger and more able to keep heat.

Ornamental Dingbat
Feb 26, 2007



Kurzgesagt did a good series of videos about body heat dissipation in different sizes of animals and how to melt an elephant, which is presented in a creepy/cute way.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUWUHf-rzks

scumby
Dec 29, 2004



AKA Pseudonym
May 16, 2004

A dashing and sophisticated young man

Doctor Rope

https://twitter.com/mental_floss/st...3974511617?s=20

sugar mouse
Oct 17, 2006



ToxicSlurpee posted:

Usually the nastiest, killiest viruses don't evolve in whatever it is they're killing. This is why things like swine flu are so nasty; human flu doesn't want to kill you for exactly that reason so it usually doesn't unless you're dealing with some other issue. Mostly you'll just have a lovely few days or a week or two and then you'll be fine. Same with swine flu for pigs; it doesn't do much other than make them miserable for a while and then they're fine.

But when swine flu mutates just enough to infect a human it isn't where it belongs so it fucks you up really badly. HIV succeeded in spreading because it takes so long to kill its host but really doesn't have much effect early on. The current thought is that it originated in chimps and somebody hunted and ate a chimp that was infected with a version that mutated just enough to jump species. It really doesn't do a lot to chimps but fucks up humans really badly.


I'm currently a long way behind reading some old threads and my new hobby is finding quotes that are scarily relevant. Have a warning from the past!

Phlegmish
Jul 2, 2011



I'd say that's why corona has become so widespread. It really is not very dangerous to a healthy person, and it takes a while for symptoms to appear (if they do at all). Compare to something like ebola, which is far too deadly for its own good.

Shady Amish Terror
Oct 11, 2007
I'm not Amish by choice. 8(

Phlegmish posted:

I'd say that's why corona has become so widespread. It really is not very dangerous to a healthy person, and it takes a while for symptoms to appear (if they do at all). Compare to something like ebola, which is far too deadly for its own good.

Bearing in mind that 'not very dangerous' and 'healthy' are important key qualifiers in this sentence. I fear anything that can kick your rear end more than the flu, which kills a fair number of people every year, ye gads.

But yeah, a lot of REALLY bad diseases tend to be self-limiting. Someone who is just oozing all of their blood out is both very visibly unwell and probably not long for this world, so transmission opportunities are reduced. The nightmare scenario for a world-ending disease is something like 'has extremely long incubation period, highly contagious during incubation, causes irrepairable long-term damage, immune response doesn't confer immunity for any real length of time, doesn't respond to any medications', and Covid-19 is certainly trying its damnedest to meet the metrics even if, I think, it ultimately won't.

scumby
Dec 29, 2004




Hamasilahl--Qagyuhl


Nane--Qagyuhl


Paqusilahl--Qagyuhl

scumby has a new favorite as of 05:33 on May 28, 2020

twistedmentat
Nov 21, 2003

What's a war hero got to do to get some lubrication around here?

Shady Amish Terror posted:

Bearing in mind that 'not very dangerous' and 'healthy' are important key qualifiers in this sentence. I fear anything that can kick your rear end more than the flu, which kills a fair number of people every year, ye gads.

But yeah, a lot of REALLY bad diseases tend to be self-limiting. Someone who is just oozing all of their blood out is both very visibly unwell and probably not long for this world, so transmission opportunities are reduced. The nightmare scenario for a world-ending disease is something like 'has extremely long incubation period, highly contagious during incubation, causes irrepairable long-term damage, immune response doesn't confer immunity for any real length of time, doesn't respond to any medications', and Covid-19 is certainly trying its damnedest to meet the metrics even if, I think, it ultimately won't.

Ah the best way to win plague inc.

There's also the scenario that the vector for delivery is not human contact but through water or animal/insects, so like dysentery and bubonic plague. Though both of those are pretty easily delt with today because we understand how those spread. Though i think in the world we live in, if a waterborn illness appeared in a major metropolitan area, it would probably kill millions because the people in charge of fixing it would not want to spend the money and then chuds would demand its against their freedom to not drink water with a bacteria in it that makes your insides come out of your butt.

Facebook Aunt
Oct 4, 2008

a cat




Ham Wrangler

twistedmentat posted:

Though i think in the world we live in, if a waterborn illness appeared in a major metropolitan area, it would probably kill millions because the people in charge of fixing it would not want to spend the money and then chuds would demand its against their freedom to not drink water with a bacteria in it that makes your insides come out of your butt.

Plus only poors drink unfiltered tap water so who is going to pay to fix it?

Not a totally hypothetical situation, btw. I lived in a small town of about 7,000 people that had a problem for years where during the spring run off the water supply would become contaminated with Beaver Fever. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giardiasis Upgrading the water treatment plant so it could prevent our pipes from filling with parasites would cost a million dollars. The town couldn't afford it and the province didn't care, so well-off folks drank bottled water and everybody else boiled it. We'd be under a boil water order for weeks at a time. And let me tell you, boiling 2 litres of water to make a jug of hot kool-aid was not a fun time. I think they finally did fixed it somehow, after more than 10 years of lovely springs.

Of course Giardiasis doesn't kill people. It makes you have a real bad few weeks, but it won't kill you.

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Phlegmish
Jul 2, 2011



But I drink unfil...oh.

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