Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Video 2: Australia vs. India highlights, Perth Test

The highlights of the Third test of the Australia vs. India series. Sadly, a promising match was abandoned half-way through because of technical issues.

Bloody digital cameras and their unquenchable battery-eating appetite.

13 comments:

Miriam said...

This is the best thing ever.

Boothy said...

Let's hope you can get a better camera, some coloured plasticine and a piece of green carpet for the CB series!

Excellent stuff though! :-D

Suave said...

Tip top dear heart!

Another cracking viddy blog.

I reckon you'll have Aardman Animations knocking some time soon. (especially now their store burnt down, taking poor wallace & grommet with them!)

Miriam said...

Also:

- that must have taken you HOURS, timing it with commentary etc. We are honoured.

- Nice cornishware mug. That's mug as in "mug". Not as in "face". Not that there's anything wrong with your face, I'm making no comment about it you see. Just about the mug.

Samir Chopra said...

Atheist, thanks so much for bringing back some wonderful memories with the title music!

Samir Chopra said...

With Booker T and the MGs' Soul Limbo, I mean!

The Atheist said...

Cheers all, I'm sorry that I couldn't be bothered to buy any more expensive packs of bloody batteries. I might think about investing in a web-cam next time.

Suave, the news of Wallace and Grommet's demise hit me very badly. A sad day for all that’s Northern and good.

The Atheist said...

Miriam, I like my mug, too.

King Cricket said...

Tell me the magic isn't over.

TELL ME!

Miriam said...

Are you a lawyer? Unless I am mistaken that's pink legal tape you've wrapped round the ball.

Uncle J rod said...

I like it when i can see your hand.

The Atheist said...

Miriam, that is very observant of you. It is, indeed, barrister’s pink twine that they use to tie up briefs. However, no lawyer me. I’m not really sure where it came from. Perhaps I’m a criminal.

Rod, cheers. If you are sharp, I cunningly slipped in some images of me poncing about in a dressing gown. I’m hoping that a Marks and Spencer’s agent will be watching and give me a job as a model.

Cheers to everyone else, too.

Miriam said...

That pink tape is a scarce resource. No wonder I can never find any when I need it. It's all - all of it - being used to wrap round cricket balls in plasticine animations.