Thursday, November 13, 2008

Video Week Continues With Chickens (OMG)

I was going to post another video here today, one about blenders, but then someone in the office showed us this video and all I could say was 'Oh my god.' So here's your oh my god moment of the day.



This is pulled from the Discover Channel's How it's Made, which is a show that takes something interesting and presents it in a boring fashion (in my opinion). The show does a good job of demonstrating how a particular product comes into being in a short time frame, but the format of the show the few times I've seen it is so boring. I'm sure there is a way they could make it more interesting to watch while keeping it informative, but then I'm not going to tell the Discover Channel how to do its job.

8 comments:

Random Michelle K said...

WTF?

That just looks mean!

Wifey said...

That was so wrong, in so many ways.
I think you should put up the blender video.

John the Scientist said...

That was AWESOME!

But no contact lenses?

mattw said...

John, those contact lenses are crazy. I wonder who gets to install them.

John the Scientist said...

Illegal Mexican labor. Americans with little to no education. Many of whom think hygiene is a greeting. Leading to infections and whatnot. Which is why the lenses never really caught on and de-beaking is still widely practiced.

Eric said...

WHAT I WAS THINKING WHILE I WATCHED THE VIDEO:

1st thought: Am I a bad person who thinks that the conveyor belt looks like it would be the best ride ever?

2nd thought: WHEEEEE!

3rd thought: The male chick that gets tossed in the wrong tube is gonna have an awesome time when he gets a little older. Unless he's gay. Do they even have gay roosters?

4th thought: And that's the first step in how "Marshmallow" Peeps are made....

kimby said...

Eric, i was thinking about Marshmallow Peeps too! That video is a little creepy for me, and i think that I will make sure my Bug does not see it. Chicken is the only meat she will eat, but not if she see this o~O

Carol Elaine said...

I haven't clicked play on the video, and after reading the comments, I'm glad I didn't. I somehow think my poor vegetarian heart couldn't take it.