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Pointless YouTube Labor Day: 3-year-old Snubs New Mexico

September 7, 2009, 12:00 am
By SFR Staff
I cut out early on Friday (can you blame me?) so, unfortunately, that meant putting off my weekly pointless New Mexico-related YouTube video hunt. But, boy, was it worth the wait. First off, a 3-year-old who would be absolutely adorable, except for the fact that she leaves New Mexico out of her 50-state song recital. That's followed by scenes from Testical Festival, a few chapters from a bizarre experimental video novel, a rocket launch, and sewers.



Amy, age 3, unilaterally decides New Mexico doesn't belong in the United States.







Here's a preview of the forthcoming Montana TestyFesty documentary by Santa Fe filmmakers Fast Forward Digital. What are they celebrating? Rocky Mountain Oysters.



Jason Murks' 2 1/2-minute Tokharian Tales is "a collection of post-futuristic seemingly science-fictional short stories set on an Earth that is being abandoned, including a love story about a scientist who falls in love with..." And that's where the description ends. I wish I could tell you more, but I still haven't deciphered the text.



Dave Kovar launches his model Saturn V Rocket from the New Mexico Museum of Space History in Alamogordo. Like real rocket launches, this one is mostly waiting with the action at 5:50.



Yet another in the fascinating "sewer cam" series by Sonic Leak Detection of Santa Fe.

 

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