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Jim Cummings, the voice of Winnie the Pooh, was asked at ConnetiCon 2013 to read a movie transcript as Winnie the Pooh. He was given Star Wars and his character was Darth Vader. You’ll smile when Vader says, ‘Oh bother…’
“Kenny, a ninety-one-year-old Wyoming native, is widely credited as the inventor of the jump shot. After being told by his brother that he was too short to play basketball, five-foot-seven Kenny thought to jump up with the ball in order to score despite his height. His innovative tactic led him to a pro career in the NBA, where he found fame and success. But along the way, Kenny learned there are more important things in life than sports. Over the near-century of his life, Kenny found one thing stood the test of time: God. Hear his story here.”
Ever wondered what it would be like to have Morgan Freeman as your GPS voice? It would be incredible. And annoying at times.
There’s plenty of good science youtubers out there, and one of my favourites is Minute Physics – because I’m a fan of short, clear presentations about difficult subjects to comprehend. If only high school was this clear. So if you’re ever wondered what the differences are between light bulbs – say while at the shops needing to buy a new one – here’s a short, clear and helpful presentation.
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