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    Learn Colors and Decorate the Tree with Shawn the Train
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    Learn Colors and Decorate the Tree with Shawn the Train

    October 14, 2019


    Hey! I know where there is a big tree we can decorate. Are you ready to decorate the Christmas tree?
    Look! All my ornaments are different colors. I have YELLOW, ORANGE, RED, PURPLE, BLUE, GREEN. Ok. Now let’s go put them on the tree! Benny: “Excuse me, I’ve got to get to the North Pole!” Hey, Benny! Late with presents again this year? Help me put the ornaments back in my wagons. YELLOW, ORANGE, RED, PURPLE, BLUE, GREEN Let’s decorate the tree. YELLOW, ORANGE, RED, PURPLE, BLUE, GREEN Now! One, two, three! Let’s light up the tree! Oops! I forgot the lights! OK! Let’s try one more time. One, two, three! Let’s light up the tree! Great job! Thank you for helping me. Uh! Oh! I think Benny is coming back.

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    Tokyo Go | A Mickey Mouse Cartoon | Disney Shows

    October 12, 2019


    (TRAIN STATION ANNOUNCEMENT) (GRUMBLING) Hmm. MICKEY: Mmm-hmm. (TRAIN HORN)
    D’oh. (SQUEALING) (GRUNTING) Ah!
    Phew! (YELPING)
    MICKEY: Ah. (YELPING)
    (EMBARRASSED GROAN) (ROCK MUSIC) (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) Ha-ha! (STRAINING GRUNT) (TRAIN HORN) Oh! Hmm… (WHISTLES) Ho!
    (SUMO BATTLE CRY) Ahhh!
    Grrr! Ahhh!
    Grrr! Ahhh!
    Grrr! Oh! (STRAINING) (SCREAMING) Ooh! Oh!
    (YELPING) (VIDEO GAMES SOUNDS)
    (COIN SOUND EFFECT) Ha-ha!
    Oh! Oh!
    Oh! (MOANING) (DUCKS QUACKING)
    (TRAIN HORN) (PANTING) Ding! (TRAIN WHISTLE) (CHILDREN LAUGHING) Ah!

    Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Geoff’s Failed Sex Dream II
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    Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Geoff’s Failed Sex Dream II

    August 30, 2019


    [intro music playing] GEOFF: Do you guys remember when I had that sex dream with Jenny McCarthy? Yeah, I had another one the other night. Do you guys know the comedian Jenny Slate? I was having a dream the other night and we were in L.A. for a party, for some work thing. And, she was there. And, she was just, like, really fucking cool and funny, and we were joking and hitting it off, and stuff. And then, Griffon and Millie were there, too. And, they were like, “We gotta go back to Austin.” because Griffon had to a chainsaw carving or something, And, so, I was like, “Oh, well, I’ll just hang out here with Jenny Slate.” And, uh… we were just hanging out, shooting the shit. And, you know, having a lovely time. And, then, at some point, she was like– gave me a hug. And, it was, like, a sexually charged hug. And, my dick was, like, “Hello!” And, uh… then she, like, nuzzled my neck a little bit, and I was like, “Oh, boy!”
    [Geoff mumbles] And, then, she’s like, “Do you wanna go back to my hotel room with me?” -MICHAEL: Ho-ho-ho!
    -JEREMY: Woah. GEOFF: I was like, “Woah. Do you, uh–” And, she’s like, “Yeah, for sex, idiot.” And, I’m like, “Oh. Well, I am married.” And, she’s like, “I don’t see your wife.” -JEREMY: Ooh, wow. Slut.
    -MICHAEL: Damn.
    -GEOFF: And, I’m like, “Uh, yeah, she’s–” GEOFF: So, I was, like, “W– uh… h-hold on a second, I gotta make a phone call. And, she goes, “You’re going to call your wife and ask if you can have sex with me, aren’t you? And, I was like, “Yeah.” And, she goes, “Well, make it fast.” And, I was like, [softly] “OK.” So, I walked out the room and I called Griffon. And, I was like, “Hey, you’re not going to believe it, but, that Jenny Slate chick, she hit on me.” And, Griffon’s like, “What?” And, I was like, “Yeah, she– she wants to have sex with me.” And, Griffon’s like, “Excuse me?” And, I’m like, “Listen, this is a dream, so it shouldn’t matter.” [the others laugh] And, she goes, “I don’t care if it’s a dream, I will wake up in the real world and I will remember this– [Jack laughs] “if you have sex with her in this dream.” And, I was like, [stuttering] “Are you–” She was like, “I will know.” -GEOFF: And, I was like, “OK.”
    -MICHAEL: Damn, dude MICHAEL: at that point you gotta know, are you in you dream or are you in Griffon’s? She’ll fucking kill you. GEOFF: So, that was the end of the dream. She was like, “I will know.” And, I was like, “OK… OK.” And, then I woke up. I’m getting real sick of not getting laid im my dreams, though. -GAVIN: I like how faithful you are, even in dream form.
    -GEOFF: Yeah, Griffon said I was stupid. She was like, “Stop putting this on me! “I don’t care if you sleep with women in your dreams.” And, I’m like, “obviously you do.” [outro music playing]

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    Save Miranda!

    August 29, 2019


    yes this week it’s a really moving tale and that’s a pun haha so what happens to it all right the wrong side of the track well what turns out when your legs are three inches long being inside railroad tracks is basically like being in a prison you can’t get out I’ll get me between the trial and a ties there between the tracks it’s actually that when they get into the tracks they overheat cuz they can’t get out they can’t climb back over the track ring it’s just too high so what did we do so this is officer Liu Shan around Alou little driver put your hands out the window I can see you went out in video the video taped his turtle bridges and the turtles woke up with the left hand open the door step out and execute very stay facing away from us a step back you can tell you to stop and they’re able to stop stepping right we’re tracking it shake jam behind your hip here’s the little girl’s room where she little girl oh yeah know what we’re talking about where’s the little girl I can oh here’s the little Cory yeah show us the little girl I don’t know any little girl whoa oh girl what do you know I don’t know where she I you’re going away for a long time I don’t know hairs the little girl see yes you can see it on our website in action Turtles escaping their death with these tiny verges how many breaches are there a lot of bridges that’s like every 50 feet or 50 yards their bridges

    North Korea’s Tiny, Terrible Airline
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    North Korea’s Tiny, Terrible Airline

    August 24, 2019


    This video was made possible by CuriosityStream. Watch for free for 31-days by signing up at
    CuriosityStream.com/HAI and using the code, “HAI.” North Korea—it would be great as a reality
    show, but it’s less great as reality. As much as this country likes to pretend that
    the rest of the world is made up exclusively of brainwashed heathens living in hell-scape
    garbage fire countries, sometimes certain North Koreans, special enough to get a hall
    pass, need to get out, and sometimes other people go there to experience the dictator
    Disneyland. Now, there is a train to the DPRK from Russia
    and China, but honestly, what are trains good for… other than low-cost, long distance,
    time-efficient, economically stimulating, carbon minimal, socially egalitarian, death-reducing
    transport? Nothing, because they don’t have wings. That’s why North Korea has its own extra
    special, tiny, terrible, airline… and here’s some boring history, made possible by my declining
    audience retention statistics. Back in the 50’s, the USSR was North Korea’s
    sugar daddy, and so the airline was first established to fly to the eastern bit of the
    Soviet Union so that people could connect onto Aeroflot services to Moscow. In the early days, they flew exclusively Soviet
    planes, which sometimes didn’t crash, and mostly focused on flights to the USSR and
    later China. Eventually, though, they got some big boy
    Ilyushin Il-62 and Tupolev Tu-154’s, which, surprisingly, are not the names of toaster
    models but rather planes that could fly all the way to Eastern Europe. That meant they could finally fly the crucial
    non-stop route of Pyongyang to Moscow. They also eventually added some flights going
    all the way to some of the other Soviet united places like East Germany and Bulgaria. But then the USSR became USS not, North Korea
    and Russia’s relationship diminished, and Air Koryo started flying to some definitively
    non-Soviet places. As recently as 2010, they were flying to far
    flung destinations like Zurich, Budapest, and Prague, but then, the DPRK’s flag carrier
    ran into two major issues. One was that they were added to the prestigious,
    “Airlines Banned in the EU” list meaning that, for the most part, they could no longer
    fly through, to, or from most of Europe and two was that, especially in the past decade,
    a whole host of sanctions were imposed on North Korea by both individual nations and
    the United Nations. These sanctions, preventing all UN member
    states from conducting almost all types of trade with North Korea, mean that there’s
    barely any economic activity with the country so there’s little reason for people to travel
    there. Nowadays, Air Koryo is more modest in size
    compared to its former glory. They fly to just five destinations—Vladivostok,
    Shenyang, Beijing, Shanghai, and they just recently started a new route to Macau in August,
    2019 to allow the small number of North Korean elites to get to this gambling hub for some
    good old fashioned sinning. Since this longest flight is only three hours
    long, they don’t have to deal with some of the complications that would arise from
    their crew liking some of their layover cities a little too much since they don’t have
    to have any overnight layovers. They do, however, have plenty of complications
    arising from operating from one of the most sanctioned countries on earth. These sanctions have long prevented them from
    purchasing Boeing or Airbus planes so they bought Soviet or Russian built planes, but
    then North Korea accidentally pressed the big red, “sanction me more,” button. On November 28, 2017, North Korea launched
    a ballistic missile that landed uncomfortably close to Japan and, in response, the UN dropped
    the mother of all sanction packages outlined in this bad boy document—UN Resolution 2397. This resolution resolved, among other things,
    that all UN members states would, “prohibit the direct or indirect supply, sale or transfer
    to the DPRK, of all transportation vehicles.” It clarifies that this includes everything
    between HS codes 86 and 89, which are codes used by customs organizations, and if you
    pull up HS codes 86 through 89, you’ll see that that includes, among other things, locomotives,
    tractors, tanks, baby carriages, buoys, and aircraft. Therefore, since that’s a United Nations
    sanction, that means that North Korea can’t buy aircraft from, let me pull up my map,
    ummm, these countries. They could always buy from, like, Kosovo. They’re not a UN member. I wonder how their aircraft manufacturing
    industry is… not that Kosovo is a country… or not a country… or part of a country…
    or not part of a country… just forget I ever mentioned Kosovo. Anyway, what this all means is that Air Koryo
    can only operate aircraft it had pre-2017 and those were almost all old Russian, Ukrainian,
    or Soviet planes. UN Resolution 2397 specifically allows the
    DPRK to buy spare parts for their passenger planes, presumably to be sure they don’t
    fall out of the sky, so that’s not an issue, but many of their planes are old, and only
    getting older, that’s how time works, so their lack of plane buying ability certainly
    is becoming more and more of a problem. While plenty of countries regularly violate
    the sanctions in secret (*cough* Russia,) it would certainly raise some questions if
    North Korea just suddenly started flying around a shiny new Russian jet, I’d imagine. UN Resolution 2270 also bans all sales of
    aviation fuel to the DPRK, but it specifically includes an exemption for fuel used for passenger,
    commercial flights. It does, however, warn its members to only
    sell the exact amount an aircraft needs to get from, in the example of Russia, Vladivostok,
    to Pyongyang, and back to Vladivostok—no more that could sneakily make its way into
    a military jet, you know, somehow. Perhaps the craziest bit about Air Koryo,
    though, is that you can book a flight on their website, just like any other airline—it’s
    scarily easy. The reception when you get there—well, that
    might be less than warm. Of course, on their rickety Russian jets,
    Air Koryo lets you experience aviation’s past but, if you want to see what flying will
    be like in the future, you should watch, “Into the Skies”— a new episode of the Curiosity
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    The Rat Train Robbery | A Short Film by Jim Lacy and Kathrin Albers
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    The Rat Train Robbery | A Short Film by Jim Lacy and Kathrin Albers

    August 9, 2019


    There is a new spectre haunting Europe. The spectre of privatisation. In preparation for its own privatisation, the German rail officials have now closed 300 train stations, sold off 100.000 train workers’ apartments and eliminated half of all jobs. German Rail, once a Mercedes among Fiats, is now ready for the stock market. But what happened to the proud former workers of what was once Europe’s finest train system? Some of the rail workers found other government jobs requiring their particular social skills. Others received job training to become computer and multimedia experts. But for most workers the train has already left the station. The chain reaction that social workers have always warned us about has begun: homelessness, drug addiction, and crime. And where do these former rail workers turn to when their despair turns them into criminals? On track 13 the euronight 491 from Flensburg to Vienna will be arriving shortly. The first class coaches will stop in section A, the the second class compartments in sections B to D. The heavily guarded armoured car transporting large sums of money will stop in section E. In this car there is no passenger seating. Good evening, security officers. This is a robbery. Come out with your hands in the air. Please have your tickets ready. Conductor, is this train going to Weiterstadt?
    -Does it sayinformationhere? The information desk at the west end of the station will be delighted to look up a connection for you. Well, you’ll have to change trains in Frankfurt. Then you could take the train via Mainz or Darmstadt. I can look it up if you’d like to. Have a nice trip! We should have gone to the postal service.
    -They were privatised, too. This job used to be something special. Something larger than … yourself. Back then you had authority and you were respected. I’m very sorry, Bicycles are not allowed on this train. But they told me I could
    -Not in the 12:33 to Kiel. But I have to take this train, my parents will pick me up! Those were the days… Okay guys, we’ll have a second chance tonight. Let me explain… Tonight is our last chance. And I think I have another idea. The train’s departure will be slightly delayed by this announcement. Ok, we get on separately so that we don’t attract suspicion. We’ll meet at the car carrying the money in exactly ten minutes. Back on the job… Only for employees. Oh, someone decided to turn this into a sleeper car. I hope you have a ticket for one. Hands up! Cough up the Boodle! Damnit, there’s a problem… What is it? The IC 5212 is approaching Cologne on time… You know what to do… “Engine failure” Expected arrival: 11:20 PM
    Estimated arrival: 4:10 AM I said cough up the boodle!
    -Boodle? Yeah, boodle, lolly, clams, simoleans, dough, chickenfeed, MONEY!
    -Money? You are thinking in the wrong categories, young lady. I don’t care about money, You are inside my secret headquarters. You? The boss himself! You fired us, and want to ruin the railway services by privatising it. Ruin… such an ugly word. I’m talking about entering the stock market. I’m looking for a cure for all those idealists who believe there is a chance for affordable ticket prices. And an understandable pricing system. My dream is a future where mother nature can reclaim what was taken from her. Cocklebur, brambles, ragweed and prickly pear envelop the rails, where the trains have ceased to run… Where occasionally an old war gleams in the sun. Covered with ivy and filled with the remains of those who never stopped believing that there will be a connecting train. Or affordable service… Would you like a cup of coffee? Oh, thank you. That’ll be 4,80 €