Bourne Identity Soundtrack (“Main Titles”) written by JOHN JAMES POWELL
Published by UNIVERSAL MUSIC CORP OBO UNIVERSAL PICTURES MUSIC Concerto for 2 celli, strings, and continuo in G minor RV 531 composed by Antonio Vivaldi
Arrangement produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson
Arrangement written by Al van der Beek, Jon Schmidt, & Steven Sharp Nelson
Jon Schmidt: piano
Steven Sharp Nelson: acoustic, electric, & STEEL cellos; cello-percussion
Recorded, mixed & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios
Video produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart
Basically my girlfriend was taking about wanting a pet and since she’s one of a kind she would definitely want a unusual animal. Naturally Kangaroos, Pandas, and Pygmy Hippos were out for obvious reasons. I mean, seriously who is going to keep a hippo in their house?
Anyway, she decided that owning a sloth would be a wonderful idea. Instantly my brain supplied me with the already acquired knowledge of the animal. It’s diet, slow habits, and lastly the smelly mess it makes…
And so the answer was a emphatic “No!”
But she didn’t give up. So I went in search of more reasons why not, and instantaneously fell in love, again… well, with the baby sloths.
You see, I’d never really seen one or looked at one for long enough to say “Sloths are awesome! ” or “Sloths are *insert funny sounding adjective here* “.
And now I’m so glad she didn’t give up. I mean, have you SEEN how cute these things are?!
Don’t use a lawnmower on the carpet. Don’t mix Coke and chainsaws. Don’t light fireworks inside the house. Don’t microwave bottles of red wine. Don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t.
The folks at Danish TV show Dumt & Farligt got sick of being told what not to do, so they went and did it. All of it. And filmed it with a high-speed super-camera.
This is Stupidity Captured at 2500 Frames Per Second, and it is every bit as wonderful as you could possibly hope. The movie was shot using a Vision Research Phantom Flex camera, a piece of video equipment capable of shooting scenes at an mind-boggling 2,800 frames per second, all at 1080p resolution (which, by the way, is precisely the resolution you should be watching this at, full-screened, and with headphones if at all possible).