A scuba diver, a bubble ring, and three stones in 9 seconds (video)

There’s some kind of meaning of life aspect to this video that I’m clearly not getting.

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15 Responses to “A scuba diver, a bubble ring, and three stones in 9 seconds (video)”

  1. ottnott says:

    Underwater testing of new technology to protect Earth from asteroids.

  2. BillFromDover says:

    Ya really had me until that made up thing.

    Now, out to look for more mushrooms.

  3. BillFromDover says:

    Underwater broomless vertical curling, and that was a blast?

    The next ripoff rigged carnival game?

    A moment of Zen?

    Beats me.

  4. karmanot says:

    Right…The last katakana characters say Renga.

  5. BeccaM says:

    Mad props for the MST3K clip. Never fails to brighten my day.

  6. Monoceros Forth says:

    Jenga…jenga…JENGA!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_00aZZT74lU

  7. Jim Olson says:

    Or, it could just be a diver fooling around in the water, doing a clever trick with a bubble, with no deeper meaning than that. I think we all read too much into things sometimes.

  8. Ninong says:

    水中での新しい遊びです。(笑) That’s the caption. Google translates that as “it’s a new game in the water. LOL” Think of it as underwater bowling. Sorta.

  9. Jeffrey Karter says:

    He’s simply demonstrating his air-bending skills underwater.

    annette is right with the subtext, though. Humans like to demonstrate their power, and that often includes the power of destruction.

  10. jm says:

    it’s reference to street fighter (an original NES game, and a kind of generational reference, at that): http://popphysics.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/hadouken.jpg

  11. annetteboardman says:

    It seems more to me that it is a statement that wherever humans go, we rejoice in the destruction of things. It fits with the awfully depressing humans-killing-animals stories John has been posting this week.

  12. Dave of the Jungle says:

    The three rocks represent Earth, Man and Heaven. The ring represents Universal Cosmic Intention descending into the Earth Plane where is controls the Destiny of Mankind.

    OK, I made that up.

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