The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: Video Edition

Once again, some of our favorite video creators have released new treats. So today we’re bringing you a "videos only" version of Links of Awesomeness.  

Although April Fools has come and gone, the Admiral Ackbar wall mounted singing fish still delivers some laughs. Watch the Star Wars creature deliver his famous line in a new setting, “It’s a trap!” [Neatorama]


 

In more April Fools interest, take a look at Improv Everywhere's viewer deception in New York. [Improv Everywhere]


 

Gandalf angers travelers as he slowly longboards along a paved American street. [I am Bored]


 

OK GO’s newest video “Skyscrapers” features a lot of bright color and wardrobe changes.


 

A legless Brazilian skateboarder shows off some amazing tricks at the Tampa Pro 2012 competition. [The Awesomer]


 

And finally, Jimmy Fallon and Charlie Sheen debut a new cologne for men. And it's not just a cologne, it's a Clone. [Laughing Squid]

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