And they are vindictive little fuckers!
DMT (dimethyl triptamine) was the lunch-hour hallucinogen du jour back in the day. Vivid freak-outs for 30 minutes, then return to straight. But anyone believing this footage must be DMT-overloaded.
Don’t lick that toad.
They are more advanced Dingbots that migrated over from the Girl Genius link.
But, on the gripping hand, those things breed out of control without the proper countermeasures. And then, before you know it you’re up to your eyeballs in homicidal vermin armed with makeshift plasma cannons.
Perfect coffee is just not worth the risk.
Yeah, back in the day.
That’s Bufotenin (5-HO-DMT), among other things.
I miss Mitch Hedberg. Damn, he was awesome.
From what I understand, their natural habitat is located in Alaska on the southern Seward Peninsula coast on Norton Sound of the Bering Sea; hence the saying, “There’s Gnome place like Nome.”
amazing that they are able to move at a much higher framerate than the rest of the footage (judging from the occasional streaks of snow)
The rocking chair bit at the start was also pretty horribly faked - first, we zoom in on the chair so close that you can’t see the whole thing, close enough in fact for the guy holding the camera to reach out and give the (out of frame) arm of the chair a push. Then we zoom back to show that WOW! Nobody’s touching it!
Then we cut (not zoom back, straight up cut) back to the door of the room with the chair rocking a LOT harder (you have to get it going harder to keep it going while you run back to the door), and when it eventually stops (as that type of chair tends to do), you trigger the plates (which are mostly behind other objects) to shoot off of the shelf. Frankly, there’s enough space behind that shelf (on the stairway it’s partly blocking) for someone to be hiding behind it to push the dishes.
And then yeah, as everbody else has been saying, owls, ravens, or cats that have been badly edited. There are so many jumps, smears, out of place blurs, and glitches in that video that it looks like someone edited it on a commodore 64.
They sure look like crows to me.
Those are the Stage Hands. They’ve finished doing the setup on Tomorrow, and they’re wandering through on their way to strike the set for Yesterday.
They’re not what they seem.