1. NOFX Clams have feelings too


    from joannabanana / Added

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    Birds are dumb, 'cause small bird brains But so are kids and old people Some birds talk, most others sing I don't see you eat a talking bird Pigs smell bad, they roll in poo But so do kids and elderly I don't see you chop off an old man's feet Put 'em in a mason jar and pickle them No chowder for you, 'cause clams have feelings too Actually they don't have central nervousness No manhatten style, clams have the right to smile Come to think about it, they don't have a face They have no face, no place for ears There's no clam eyes, to cry clam tears No spinal cord, they must get bored Might as well just put them out of misery I don't beleive it's selfish To eat defenceless shellfish No chowder for you, clams have feelings too It could happen to you, clams have feelings too I don't think they do, clams have feelings too

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    • Cortez Urchins


      from Veronica Alice / Added

      This paddle trip was one very fine season opener. I took a GoPro and a 5D - with only camera audio. It was a rough and tumble trip, really a shake down and we couldn't have asked for better weather although it was cold at times, mostly when we were wet too. We departed from the community of Lund on April 8th. We didn't have a plan except to paddle an hour (at most) to our first camp on the southern tip of the Copeland Islands. It took 2 hours to pack the boats - it was the first trip of the season and packing a kayak takes some time and patience if you want to also bring a camera package with you ; ) It was an excellent and relaxing first camp but we were ready to paddle. The next day we paddled through Desolation Sound, it was beautiful weather. We saw the familiar Porpoise's slowly coming up for air, then diving in smalls groups. We paddled to West Rodonda Island where we camped on a little islet off Refuge Cove. Here Bernard found some much needed pine tar off a downed tree we had secured our boats too. It's the best fire starter ever, as nature intended it to be. Now we keep a healthy chunk in our camp kit for other trips. After packing up this camp we paddled to Squirrel Cove for a short visit and then continued up Lewis Channel stopping mid way to re-fill our water supply before seeking out the next camp. We found an easy access pebble beach on the shore of West Rodonda Island. It was a cold and early start the next morning. We rounded the northern tip of Cortez reaching a lovely camp on the spit of Marina Island. Beautiful sunshine filled our last two days on the water as we paddled around the southern tip of Cortez. A rest stop on Herando Island then we crossed the Strait of Georgia returning to our first camp on the Copelands. Oyster galore here! In the morning we paddled a half hour to Lund and enjoyed an excellent breakfast at the Nancy's Bakery. Stellar trip : )

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      • The Oyster Divers


        from Show Love / Added

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        The Oyster Divers of Long Island Sound Premiering at the 2014 Food Film Festival in New York, The Oyster Divers introduces a group of Baymen who hand pick wild oysters in Long Island Sound. The practice of handpicking wild oysters is very rare. The majority of oysters we eat are grown in farms at the surface of the water. Other wild oyster practices include 'raking', which involves dragging a rake along the sea floor, creating larger scale, and often unseen damage and disturbance. By handpicking the oysters, not only are the divers able to choose the correct size (over 3 inches), thereby leaving the younger, underdeveloped oysters to grow, they also cause only a minor disturbance to the surrounding habitat. Oysters are also well know to clean and filter the ocean, and several US harbor cities, including New York and Boston, have programs to reintroduce oysters to the waters in an effort to reduce pollution and encourage healthier habitats (www.billionoysterproject.org and www.massoyster.org). In the part of the Long Island Sound where the film is set, the water is some of the cleanest on the Northeast coast. The presence of oysters plays a big part in that. Filmed in collaboration with Empire Oyster and NY Oyster Week co-founder Kevin Joseph, featuring music by Nils Frahm and The American Dollar (www.theamericandollar.info). November 2014

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        • Episode 4 - The Curious Adventures of Kirk Lombard - Salmon


          from Dark Rye / Added

          See more at www.darkrye.com Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/darkryemag and Instagram www.instagram.com/darkryemag

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          • Clams Casino - "The Fall"


            from Tom Beal / Added

            7,290 Plays / / 4 Comments

            Music Video for Clams Casino's "The Fall (Original Version)". An alternate version of the song was used on The Weeknd's Echoes of Silence mixtape.

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            • Zacuto Gorilla Shake test


              from Alain Pilon / Added

              3,394 Plays / / 3 Comments

              How sturdy are these clams? To test this, I used my heaviest lens (24-70L2.8) and shook the rig as much as I could. It is hard to see in the clip, but all the pieces held in place perfectly. Nice stuff! See full review on http://www.canon5dtips.com/2009/08/zacuto-gorilla-dslr-kits-reviews-part1/

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              • Triaminic Clam


                from Peter Sluszka / Added

                569 Plays / / 3 Comments

                Everything in this aquatic world was shot in camera with stop-motion puppets and an upright multi-plane construction with scrims and plexiglass creating depth and atmosphere. Even the 2d fish silhouettes in the deep background were photographed in set, using cling vinyl on a distant plane of glass.

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                  from Tom Beal / Added

                  454 Plays / / 3 Comments

                  Fractals edited to "Melthru" by Clams Casino. Made in Chaotica.

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                  • Clams Casino Waterfalls - Unofficial Animation.


                    from Yoav Schumacher / Added

                    4,096 Plays / / 3 Comments

                    From the RAINFOREST EP | Animation By Yoav Schumacher.

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                    • This is Retirement.


                      from McSwayze Film. / Added

                      272 Plays / / 2 Comments

                      In 2012, Jack Gardner (dad and father-in-law to McSwayze) retired. He exchanged his briefcase for a clamming rake and some rubber boots. This is retirement.

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