Last December, YouTube bestowed its most loyal users with the ability to upload videos longer than 15-minutes. "Your creativity isn’t bound by a time limit, so why should your video uploads be?" read the company blog. In a flash, a select number of users were given the insanely generous gift of uploading 10-hour-long videos at will. So what kind of uninhibited creativity flows from this kind of utopian decree? Sigh... As Blame it on the Voices points out today, the results are, well, interesting:
Justin Bieber getting shot with machine gun fire for 10 hours Taken from his cameo appearance on CSI, this YouTube user spliced in footage of Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Keanu Reeves, James Franco and Tyrese in various action-movie roles annihilating young Bieber with heavy automatic weaponry.
"Epic Sax Guy" plays for ten hours With super cool specs and a stunning array of pelvic thrusts, Epic Sax Guy just doesn't stop jamming on the saxophone. The video is posted as a kind of contest to users who can withstand watching the whole thing. For some, "it's not a challenge when you actually enjoy every second of it," writes cramulh4o.