Teenager in Love
Bob Marley and the Wailers -- Teenager in Love
This is not the typical Wailers sound here--it was recorded in 1964, well before their most famous work--but it's got that same sense of affable melody and uncluttered composition. The song is a cover of a Dion and the Belmonts tune, but I think there's a real economy and grace to it that saves it from being merely a pre-fame Wailers curiosity.
In any case, I keep listening to it, though I wonder if the lyrics might not be a bit cheesy (answer: the doubt is probably answer enough).
[Simmer Down at Studio One, Vol. 1 ]
Post vs. truck. Amazing, even if it is a commercial.
David "Elsewhere" Bernal poppin' and lockin' (the second dancer) and poppin' and lockin' some more.
"Marvelous old man," a heavily artefacted but funny video from Japanese TV, with Cyril Takayama performing illusions on an unsuspecting audience.
Also good: Downtown no gaki no tsukai ya arahende, a Japanese show about contestants having to stay silent (often in a library) while facing pranksters and/or odd punishments. This one with Ernesto Hoost is hilarious; this one without the subtitles is also good. (links via metafilter.com) And I'm having the nagging feeling that I've posted these two before, but I can't find any evidence of it. Apologies, if so.
What link is it you're referring to?
Yes, there are some great astronomy photos out there, and quite a lot of them on nasa.gov (for obvious reasons). It's funny you mention the subscription; I used to hang out in the Science Library reading Scientific American (call no: T 1 S5) just for kicks, though I was a liberal arts major.