May 03

Happy Birthday to the Ground

Posted by Ed in SDFG Videos

If I could, I’d throw this video on the ground, because I ain’t a part of your system!

You’d better not be messin’ with an Ewok’s nuts!

SDFG: Ewok Vs. Chipmunk

SDFG: Ewok Vs. Chipmunk

Apr 06

How Not To Handle A Baby

Posted by Ed in SDFG Pictures

For you soon-to-be parents/grandparents/aunts/uncles/babysitters/etc., we are pleased to bring you this educational brochure. I think that you can use it to quickly understand the proper handling of a newborn. There are many DOs and DON’Ts when caring for a baby. Here are selection of things to consider. The brochure has been broken into two parts for easier viewing.

SDFG: How Not To Handle A Baby pt1SDFG: How Not To Handle A Baby pt2

SDFG: How Not To Handle A Baby

Feb 24

PacMan: The Motion Picture

Posted by Ed in SDFG Videos

Nowadays it’s not uncommon for Hollywood to resurrect an old character or show for the big screen. It’s also not unheard of to produce major motion pictures based on a video game franchise. Here’s what you get when you combine the two.

Jan 05

Seal Photobomb

Posted by Ed in SDFG Pictures

SDFG: Seal Photobomb

SDFG: Seal Photobomb


I don’t know what can be said here.

Nov 05

Star Wars Remixes

Posted by Ed in SDFG Videos

Today we have a double-feature of videos. First of all, who knew that Darth Vader was so musical?

Now, if that isn’t absurd enough for you, perhaps you’re now wondering, “What if Obi-Wan had used Force Speed?”

Oct 28

Dogs Love Trucks

Posted by Ed in SDFG Pictures

I think the one chasing the truck won.

Oct 22

Wong Book Store

Posted by Ryan in SDFG Pictures

If you can’t find the book you want, you’re probably shopping at the…

Wong Book Store

Oct 21

Niagara FAIL

Posted by Ryan in SDFG Pictures
Niagra FAIL

Niagara FAIL

So let’s say your a programmer and are trying to come up with a way to show that your software has hit a snag.  You can use lights or a text display.  Previously with many text displays, programmers tended to use the text “Err” to impress upon the viewer that their software has a flaw.  Apparently for the programmers of this binocular, “Err” just wasn’t good enough or tragic enough (or the programmer was browsing too many “FAIL” images on the web.)