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Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (12/2)

Hi.  How are you?  My name is Dan.  Do you like internet?  It’s OK, I guess.  There are some good stuffs and some bad stuffs.  What do you think about that?  Do you agree with me?  Why?  Why not?  What are you doing right now?  Are you sitting on a chair?  Are you sitting by a bear?  Are you sitting with a mouse?  Are you sitting in your house?  Good talk.  Here’s some things I found last week that I wanted to share with you.  ONLY YOU.

1. SKELETAL VIDEO OF THE WEEK

2. WTF IS GOING ON IN THESE PICS OF THE WEEK

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

3. MAP VIDEO OF THE WEEK

Last week I posted a video of a map showing where all of the nuclear detonations have gone off around the globe.  This week is a video of a map showing the spread of religion.  Which has killed more: nuclear bombs or wars in the name of religion?

4. GIF OF THE WEEK

If there is a god, I believe I have just found it.

5. FAMILY ART PICS OF THE WEEK

“One day Reddit a man decided to take his 4-year-old daughter’s art to the next level, by coloring it in and thus bringing his child’s imagination to a whole new colorful level.

What started as a fun little game where he would color in one of his daughter’s drawings with pencils quickly grew into fun for the whole family. He then started doing the same with his 6-year-old’s pictures and, before he knew it, he was even starting to redo their art in a more colorful way using an iPad during flights.

Take a look at these amazing pictures below…you can really say it was a combined family effort.”

"After a few months, I remembered about coloring the previous drawing and asked my daughter to draw me another one for my trip. Also colored with prismas and this time on a piece of paper from a small watercolor pad. Apparently it's ok to go on a plane with dozens of sharpened pencils".

"On my next trip my 6 yr old son wanted to get in on the act. This time they both drew me up something. Same colored pencils, this time on 8x10 paper".

"I got in trouble for this one. Apparently she wasn't supposed to have a red shirt. I had to claim artistic license with my contribution and that was that. Colored pencils on 8x10 paper".

"My daughter, at this point 5, drew this for me saying it was an elephant boy that tells her things in her dreams. I thought this would be the neatest way to color it at the time. Colored pencils on 8x10 paper".

"The first time I forgot my colored pencils on my flight, I decided to try my hand at coloring the drawings from my kids on the ol' ipad. Needless to say, everyone loved it at home and I figured I'll try getting better at this medium".

"My son decided to color in the alien's head scar himself then asked if I could make it look better. I tried".

"Sometimes the kids forget to give me drawings and I have to dig into my camera roll to see if there's anything in there that might have slipped through the cracks. This is one of those".

 

That’s my Top5 for the past week.  Happy December…and enjoy your week.  See you next Monday!  Click on the Facebook like or share if you think somebody will like one of these.

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Dan Wiberg
Dan Wiberg lives in South Korea where he is a university "professor" and on and off stand up comic. He grew up enjoying the beautiful beaches of Tampa Bay, Florida. After graduating with a degree in anthropology (this degree legally allows him to tell racist jokes), he came across an internet ad to teach in Asian in 2009. He's been in Korea ever since. He started doing stand-up and his biggest credits to date are opening for Tom Rhodes and doing a three day comedy tour throughout Korea with his group of comedy pals (the Waygoonies). Dan says stuff on Twitter sometimes @DanWiberg.

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