Daily Drop: Two Wolf Moon

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Two Wolf Moon

The moon is implied, the impact is pretty self-evident.

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Now it makes sense from yesterdays preview. Better job with the music syncing at the end.

Short, amusing, and frightfully addictive (what will they drop tomorrow?!)
Although I wonder if the shatter would be better if dropped from a bit higher... maybe the top of that mineshaft?

Rubix cube is my favorite thus far.

New favorite drop =] The pieces where still pretty big so i was kinda was hoping you were going to pick them up and drop them again but aw well can't have everything. So far every drop has always just made me smile - so-mo stuff is just awesome

Hmm...not very impressive...apart from the actual impact point, it looks like it just broke along stress points. I would've taped it together and dropped it again.

it would be better if they dropped the wolves from "new moon"... off a building. still a good video though.

I didn't care for this drop. Still tho'. I like the series.

Breaking flea market bought items tho' seems a bit wasteful; some aunt could have bought that for her nature conscious redneck nephew who posts on forums as wo1fsp1r1t99 (mostly about how he loves guns, hates the gubment, and sech).

I request formally!!!! A mason jar filled with

, that'd be really cool.

reminds me of that college humor with the guy with the three wolves and a moon t-shirt twilight parody.

I think you might have paid to much for it.

I wonder what that was made of. I was expecting a bit more shrapnel. It must have been a little sturdier than it looked.

Come to think of it, it almost sounded like a sickly wolf whimpering during the slo-mo sequence.

That tomato tomorrow should be quite messy...

Am I sad for thinking that the best bit of these vidoes is the theme song?

I cry for the destruction of wolves.. ;(

You spent $9.99 on that thing just to smash it?

Totally worth it.

Boyninja616:
Am I sad for thinking that the best bit of these vidoes is the theme song?

Yes

EnigmaHarper:
You spent $9.99 on that thing just to smash it?

Totally worth it.

Heh. Value Village for the win! I'm sure it was sitting on the shelf for a while, and now it has been useful!

greenflash:

Boyninja616:
Am I sad for thinking that the best bit of these vidoes is the theme song?

Yes

Bastard

the second drop of the rubiks cube was better

Wow, huge wolf drop to the grill! Well done Paul!

I want to send this video off to all those wolfaboos on DeviantArt. Looks like it's gonna be a tomato tomorrow and that shall be glorious!

Value Village tag FTW

ha ha awesome.

This taps into the childish glee I have at slow motion, destruction and SCIENCE. Combining both together is just a perfect combination. Mythbusters as proof.

*Edit
Just in case you guys read this, since you're dropping it from a low height, perhaps it'd be best to use more fragile materials? That or possibly increase the height if possible.

This one was kinda cool. The wolf heads still sorta stayed together though, cept for the one that lost its snout.

I can't wait for tomorrow! That tomato is gonna make a mess! Sweeeeet...

Impluse_101:
I cry for the destruction of wolves.. ;(

I would've expected to agree, but really... that figurine kinda sucked. No style.

Now, if Paul had tried taking any of my knickknacks off my bookcase, he wouldn't have been going down that elevator shaft on an elevator, believe you me. *cracks knuckles*

It would be better if you dropped it off a skyscraper. On fire. With ninjas. Who are also on fire. In a mid-drop fight scene with Jean Claude Van Damme. Who is not on fire, but has a flamethrower which is on fire. And they're all strapped to landmines which will detonate when they hit the floor. Which are also on fire. And the floor is covered with dynamite. Which is not on fire, because that would be stupid. But the air is having hydrogen pumped into it. Which is also not on fire yet.

And it's all filmed through a wide-angle lens.

Which is on fire.

dududf:
ha ha awesome.

This taps into the childish glee I have at slow motion, destruction and SCIENCE. Combining both together is just a perfect combination. Mythbusters as proof.

*Edit
Just in case you guys read this, since you're dropping it from a low height, perhaps it'd be best to use more fragile materials? That or possibly increase the height if possible.

Not science. Science is done to answer a question, formulates a hypothesis, and does many experiments with control groups and measured variables to either refute or support the hypothesis to the question posed before experimentation begins. If you can show me how this series is doing science, then I will gladly take back this post.

OT: Eh, a little disappointing. Breaking along stress points isn't exactly all that interesting. You guys should drop a vase filled with water at some point, though. Or a water balloon.

Heart of Darkness:

dududf:
ha ha awesome.

This taps into the childish glee I have at slow motion, destruction and SCIENCE. Combining both together is just a perfect combination. Mythbusters as proof.

*Edit
Just in case you guys read this, since you're dropping it from a low height, perhaps it'd be best to use more fragile materials? That or possibly increase the height if possible.

Not science. Science is done to answer a question, formulates a hypothesis, and does many experiments with control groups and measured variables to either refute or support the hypothesis to the question posed before experimentation begins. If you can show me how this series is doing science, then I will gladly take back this post.

OT: Eh, a little disappointing. Breaking along stress points isn't exactly all that interesting. You guys should drop a vase filled with water at some point, though. Or a water balloon.

Are you trying to debate me when I'm trying to relate the video to mythbusters? I threw in science, as mythbusters contains scientific methods of trying to get a goal. I just threw the word in there, hell I edited it in. Feel free to debate when there is no debate however :)

Perhaps some relaxation is in order for yeah?

You should get a gun and shoot things, then show that in super slow motion.

dududf:

Heart of Darkness:

dududf:
ha ha awesome.

This taps into the childish glee I have at slow motion, destruction and SCIENCE. Combining both together is just a perfect combination. Mythbusters as proof.

*Edit
Just in case you guys read this, since you're dropping it from a low height, perhaps it'd be best to use more fragile materials? That or possibly increase the height if possible.

Not science. Science is done to answer a question, formulates a hypothesis, and does many experiments with control groups and measured variables to either refute or support the hypothesis to the question posed before experimentation begins. If you can show me how this series is doing science, then I will gladly take back this post.

OT: Eh, a little disappointing. Breaking along stress points isn't exactly all that interesting. You guys should drop a vase filled with water at some point, though. Or a water balloon.

Are you trying to debate me when I'm trying to relate the video to mythbusters? I threw in science, as mythbusters contains scientific methods of trying to get a goal. I just threw the word in there, hell I edited it in. Feel free to debate when there is no debate however :)

Perhaps some relaxation is in order for yeah?

Actually, I'm quite relaxed. I just don't like it when people label non-scientific studies as scientific. And Mythbusters methodology differs widely from this shows, in that the mythbusters actually do science before they destroy things.

I'm not trying to debate, just to point out and hopefully rectify an error that has been done to the name of science.

So excited for tomorrow! Also, whoever is in the far right in the drop shot put their safety glasses on a bit too late..

That was a pretty cool drop.

Who was that off to the side around 0:25?

Heart of Darkness:

dududf:

Heart of Darkness:

dududf:
ha ha awesome.

This taps into the childish glee I have at slow motion, destruction and SCIENCE. Combining both together is just a perfect combination. Mythbusters as proof.

*Edit
Just in case you guys read this, since you're dropping it from a low height, perhaps it'd be best to use more fragile materials? That or possibly increase the height if possible.

Not science. Science is done to answer a question, formulates a hypothesis, and does many experiments with control groups and measured variables to either refute or support the hypothesis to the question posed before experimentation begins. If you can show me how this series is doing science, then I will gladly take back this post.

OT: Eh, a little disappointing. Breaking along stress points isn't exactly all that interesting. You guys should drop a vase filled with water at some point, though. Or a water balloon.

Are you trying to debate me when I'm trying to relate the video to mythbusters? I threw in science, as mythbusters contains scientific methods of trying to get a goal. I just threw the word in there, hell I edited it in. Feel free to debate when there is no debate however :)

Perhaps some relaxation is in order for yeah?

Actually, I'm quite relaxed. I just don't like it when people label non-scientific studies as scientific. And Mythbusters methodology differs widely from this shows, in that the mythbusters actually do science before they destroy things.

I'm not trying to debate, just to point out and hopefully rectify an error that has been done to the name of science.

That's pretty damn pedantic.

fantastic
I inquire what happened to the third wolf?

Impluse_101:
I cry for the destruction of wolves.. ;(

my thoughts exactly

nooo!!

Already giddy for the tomato :)

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