1. My Family's understanding of Thanksgiving

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    from Linda Claggett Takacs / Added

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    This is therapy for me to express my family experiences from my perspective through Cartoons, Jokes, and Music. All Cartoons are based on my actual life experiences.

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    • Sequence 01_1 by. Hol'ye

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      from Cedrick Hoyle / Added

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      This piece is honestly for Tumblr. There is no set goal in this piece either. I guess you can say i was just showcasing my editorial skills. But the footage you are about to see is of me and my film partner Miguel Ortiz just roaming Canal street and the Manhattan Bridge. We tried some graffiti but we’re trash at the same time. I promise for the future that we come up with stronger concepts but this is what i have to offer for now. Enjoy.

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      • MR. RIDICULOUS 2

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        from Abdul Qadir / Added

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        His half wittiness, stupidity and foolishness is sure to blow your minds off and make you smile.

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        • MR.RIDICULOUS

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          from Abdul Qadir / Added

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          Mr.Ridiculous is a simple man who always ends up in funny situations. He is great at sarcasm and is quick witted but possesses a high degree of foolishness and stupidity.

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          • Stargate SG-1 Richard Dean Anderson - The Best of Jack O'Neill Funny Guy

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            from TeeVees Greatest / Added

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            I've strung together as many funny and quirky Jack O'Neil moments as I could find from seasons 1 through 8. Jonathan J. "Jack" O'Neill, USAF is a fictional character in military science fiction franchise Stargate, and primarily one of the main characters of the television series Stargate SG-1. He is most known as portrayed by actor Richard Dean Anderson, who played O'Neill in all the Stargate media since 1997, when he took over the role from actor Kurt Russell, who portrayed the character in the original Stargate film in 1994. O'Neill and Daniel Jackson are the two only characters to appear in both the original film and all three Stargate television series. In his first appearance in the 1994 film as Jack O'Neil, the character leads the first team to go through the Stargate on a reconnaissance mission. He subsequently becomes the main character of the television series Stargate SG-1 created in 1997 and, acting as a sequel to the movie. In the first seven seasons of the show, O'Neill is the leader of the team SG-1, a part of Stargate Program whose goal is to explore the galaxy and defend against alien threats. The character's importance became less prominent in the eighth season in which he is promoted Commanding Officer of Stargate Command, therefore greatly reducing the character's time spent exploring via the Stargate. Anderson chose to reduce his character's status to spend more time with his family, eventually leaving the show at the start of its ninth season and only appearing four times until the end of the series in its tenth and final season. The character's absence from the show was explained by his promotion to the position of head of the Department of Homeworld Security. Anderson reprised his role once again in the direct-to-DVD film Stargate: Continuum, acting as a sequel to the TV series. O'Neill also appeared in the two other Stargate television series: he was an occasional character in the first three seasons of Stargate Atlantis, serving as an Earth contact with Atlantis, and in four episodes of Stargate Universe (his appearance in the show's first season finale being his last apparition in the Stargate universe to date). Anderson also voiced the character in the video game Stargate SG-1: Unleashed. Anderson was praised for his portrayal, with O'Neill remaining his most famous role to date alongside MacGyver. For his role in Stargate SG-1, Anderson earned eight consecutive Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television nominations from 1998 to 2005, winning the award in 1999. John Symes approached Michael Greenburg and Richard Dean Anderson of MacGyver fame.[14] Although Anderson was never a real fan of the science fiction genre, he believed the original feature film to be a good vehicle for a series. Anderson agreed to become involved with the project if his character was allowed significantly more comedic leeway than Kurt Russell's character in the feature film, shown especially Anderson's flippant and utter disregard for appropriate military protocol and decorum over the series, which contrasted Russell's "by the book" adherence to protocol. He also requested Stargate SG-1 to be more of an ensemble show, so that he would not be carrying the plot alone as on MacGyver. Anderson was part of the main cast from season 1 through 8 and played a recurring role in several episodes each season thereafter. He was influential in the development of O'Neill's character and personality from the beginning. While he praised the work done by Russell in the Stargate film, he said he couldn't be that serious all the time and worked with the writers and directors to give his O'Neill a more lighthearted tone while maintaining the sense of importance the role required. Additionally, he joked that he would never be able to get his hair to stay like Russell's. This "double personality" was also joked in the second season, when Jack introduced himself as: "It's "O'Neill," with two L's. There's another Colonel O'Neil with only one L, and he has no sense of humor at all." Stargate SG-1 was first released on DVD in some European nations in volumes of typically four episodes each, beginning with "The Best of Season 1" as Volume 1 in the United Kingdom in 2000. Each following season was released as six individual volumes (except season 10 with five volumes), beginning with the first four episodes of season 2. In 2000, the series was first released in the United States on DVD as a three-episode movie. The following year, seasons 1 through 8 were released in five-disc amaray box sets in the United States. MGM Home Entertainment (Europe) began releasing complete season box sets (including season 1) alongside the individual volumes in 2002. The British season box sets were usually released half a year after a season's last volume release in the UK. Stargate SG-1 was also released in DVD season box sets in Australia. http://www.amazon.com/Stargate-SG-1-Complete-Series-Collection/dp/B000TJBNHQ

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            • Awtratch video

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              from Seoyoung Kim / Added

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              A sarcastic test that conditions people on how to think of art (or more likely annoy everyone). I have been studying art for a few years and after being told that there is this one specific way of talking about art to sound like an educated, scholarly (and snotty) individual, I became a bit annoyed. People have different tastes in art and have different ways of describing what they see. This video was born out of personal reasons (irritation). The video may or may not have been based off of some video games. If one has figured out what games it was based on, congrats (not). The voices were made from a text to voice/sound app.

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              • Not My Earth Not My Problem - The Spray

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                For EarthsHott.com

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                • Not My Earth Not My Problem - Global Burning

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                  from Not My Earth / Added

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                  For EarthsHott.com

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                  • The Biblia Facadica

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                    from Ashley Cannon / Added

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                    The Bibloia Facadica is the perfect Bible for people who want to look like a dedicated Christian but don't want to put in all the effort!

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                    • A Bank Of Computers Programmed By Hippies

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                      from The Beach Bum / Added

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                      Outrageous!

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