Wednesday, April 27, 2011

let's compare

This is not a fair comparison but this is my blog and if expect a fair comparison then go do one on your blog.

First lets examine the following which I'm certain involved the exchange of money.  Hopefully not much money.  The sound effects budget must have been less than a dollar.  Take a look and listen.

Now compare that piece of crap with the clip I recently made.

In the following clip I offer a little physics knowledge (but very very little).  The physics explaining tiny invisible particles is very strange.  The Uncertainty Principle developed by Werner Heisenberg in 1927 is one of the most famous and important aspects of quantum mechanics.  As I said at the beginning, it's not a fair comparison because my clip is not an ad.  Also there was no money exchanged (if you would like to send some let me know).

If you are a regular here, then you might remember I have another blog with a collection of video clips. Most of them are from youtube but there are few other sources too. The collection comes in handy when I'm trying to find a favorite one to show. Interested? Click over to Another Circus - the button below.

another circus 


Jene said...

The geek in me really enjoyed your clip. Hooray for uncertainty! I don't even know where to go with the ad, though. That's... special.

lisleman said...

Thanks - yes that sure is a special ad because it might be one of worst ones ever made. It was a local Chicagoland ad I believe. Eggs and insurance - dumb idea.

Dwmatty said...

That insurance ad is so bad that it serves it's purpose. The more of an impression a commercial leaves on a viewer, even a bad one, the better it is remembered.

Ocean Girl said...

I always like everything that you do because for the most part, as compared to others, you are the only one doing it.

lisleman said...

I have heard that reasoning before but I don't buy into bad impressions selling new customers. Of course what I see as stupid, another person will find funny. thanks for sharing your comment

lisleman said...

The xtranormal clips are showing up more and more. They even used one on regular TV for an insurance ad. Thanks, it's nice to know people who find my stuff funny or interesting. If you like cartoons you might consider making one. There are more of them on youtube.

Bearmancartoons said...

I prefer The Uncertainty Principle developed by Werner Klemperer

lisleman said...

you got me on that one - thanks to google and wikipedia I discovered I knew him as Colonel Klink.

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