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Really? This is where we are? You don't get recording important moments to you? They think their team is about to win the Super Bowl. They're framing a shot. It's possible to hit record and then still watch. I still have cell phone video and pictures of everything from the Bruins parade to the Celtics making the finals to the Red Sox closing out the divisional series and the Pats taking a knee to end the game that I go back and watch and relive the moment. For baseball and football, it's particularly easy because they frame the play when it starts. I frame out the shot, hit record, and watch. Not everything's always in the frame, because I'm watching the action on the field, but I get to go back and relive that vividly when I watch it. Wanting to document your happiest moments isn't a new thing. The technology to easily do it is.
 
 
Yeah, okay, fine. I'm not saying every single person falls into a single category. But I have little doubt a large number of those folks wanted to garner 150 likes on their facebook page and that's why they did it.
 

 
 

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My favorite reaction video yet.  Yeah, they're a bit annoying but they also verbalize EVERYTHING.  Watching it feels like living it all over again.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejBK6uCU764
 
edit: things get really fun at the 2 minute mark
 
Guy 1: Can you imagine a pick here?
Guy 2: Why would you throw it?  Oh my god if you have Marshawn Lynch and you throw this ball..."
 
Guy 2: Ohmygodhe'sthrowingit...!!!....!!!!....
 
<mahem>
 

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I'll sync up the audio on the daily motion thing and upload it to my Vimeo (password protected, with a download link on it) so people who want it can access it.
 

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brandonchristensen said:
I'll sync up the audio on the daily motion thing and upload it to my Vimeo (password protected, with a download link on it) so people who want it can access it.
You might already know this, but the synch I talked about using media players does it in real time, so your upload would still be out of sync. To sync permanently, you'd need to use video editing software.
 

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Just when you think he's tuckered out and you've seen it all, he starts humping the vehicle and spreads his legs.
 

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I could watch these all day:
 
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbsmHapIKOg&list=RDAiGHj0XAUaA&index=10
 
2:20:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiGHj0XAUaA&index=1&list=RDAiGHj0XAUaA
 
Even the dog gets in on the action in this one.  
 

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And I have...

 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeWZsoiVlyI&index=42&list=RDAiGHj0XAUaA
 
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iCjH4VIIc4
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjZ0saQdZ2Q
 

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Someone far smarter than I am needs to figure out how to split-screen some of these reactions side by side.  That way we can watch the cities' different fans reacting throughout the last four minutes or so.
 

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Also the fact that it didn't go their way and these (presumably) Seattle fans STILL upload their heartbreaking footage. 
 
Weird. /Peter King
Exactly. Someone needs to explain to me why the hell you would willingly upload a video of you and your friends looking like morons in a heartbreaking moment...just keep that shit to yourself
 

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This morning Toucher & Rich were playing audio of Brady's shriek during the Butler interception overlaid with the screaming goat audio from the Sprint commercials/YouTube videos.  I had me in tears (granted, I'm a simple man).  Would love to find a cut of that somewhere.
 
*edit*  At 16:30...  http://www1.play.it/audio/toucher-rich/february-5-hour-4/
 
That's fantastic. They sound eerily alike.
 

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Seattle radio announcers refer to the fans as 'twelves'? Do they call themselves that? Holy shit that's awful.

Love the' how'd you get so open? ' Baldwin says it's because he's a beast. Nothing to do with the ref.
 
Posted this in another thread, but the SS are losing the rights to the "12th Man" copyright per their agreement with TAMU.
 
They're well into the re-branding of everything as just "12", and it's working wonderfully. Say what you will about their team and fans, their marketing department is pretty good.
 

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The cradle of the game.
The first clip in this, particularly the dude's pre-gasm thumper/tire drill is my all-time favorite.There has to be the full version somewhere.
 
http://youtu.be/smwmgZViC0g
 
AWHEFUCKINPICKIT
 

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staz said:
The first clip in this, particularly the dude's pre-gasm thumper/tire drill is my all-time favorite.There has to be the full version somewhere.
 
All the videos are in the video's description. That original of the first clip only runs 23 seconds however:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmQwmdUiAlg
 

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8slim said:
This morning Toucher & Rich were playing audio of Brady's shriek during the Butler interception overlaid with the screaming goat audio from the Sprint commercials/YouTube videos.  I had me in tears (granted, I'm a simple man).  Would love to find a cut of that somewhere.
 
*edit*  At 16:30...  http://www1.play.it/audio/toucher-rich/february-5-hour-4/
 
I was watching the Inside the NFL show last night where they showed Brady's reaction to the INT and my 5 year-old immediately turned to me and said, "That's just like what you did!"
 

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Runs off into the night screaming his head off... fucking priceless.

Heretofore, I will refer to Butler's interception as AWHEFUCKINPICKEDIT (AHFPI)
 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRYFBZn9DpA
 
For two clips: one at 1:48 mark -- one of the only few that I've seen a reaction shot from the stands.
 
And the clip right after where the INT leads to an Satanic union -- two Pats fans in crazed celebration with a fan wearing an Elway jersey (to be fair they could be related). 
 

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Sound FX on NFLN right now. Some extra stuff that we haven't seen. Sherman and Thomas at one point going back and forth with the ref about who was eligible and who wasn't. Ref just says, "dont worry, I'll announce it."

Also like seeing the ref (think it was Vinovinch) at halftime saying, "I'm not going in. I wanna watch Katy Perry."
 

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Sound FX on NFLN right now. Some extra stuff that we haven't seen. Sherman and Thomas at one point going back and forth with the ref about who was eligible and who wasn't. Ref just says, "dont worry, I'll announce it."

Also like seeing the ref (think it was Vinovinch) at halftime saying, "I'm not going in. I wanna watch Katy Perry."
 
Carroll on Wilson after the TD at end of the first half is amazing.  Something to another coach along the lines of "Of course we risked that he'd screw it up, but he didn't screw it up, he's awesome!".  Thomas also said "Russell's putting us on his back right now".  Foreshadowing that heavy-handed would never make it past rewrite.
 
Edit: And Wilson to the OC after the 17-14 FG: "Have confidence in me down there.  There's stuff open".  Wow.
 

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I also enjoyed hearing some of Sherman's trash talking on the field when they were up 10. Yaps at Edelman "Y'all are weak! We eat y'all!" and Edelman just says "You talk a lot, man." Of course the 'Hawks can't get another stop from that moment on.
 

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Can't believe Edelman didn't say anything to Sherman at the end of the game. After the Pats were down 10 and Brady took a sack, Sherman told Edelman, "Ya'll weak. We eat y'all!" All Edelman said was, "man, you talk a lot", which is great in its simpleness.
 

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Belichick to Brady before the final TD drive was great. "No negative plays, if you've gotta get rid of it just get rid of it. They can't stop us 3 times. Rushers are all over the place and their zone will fall apart."
 
Then there was Petey after the Gronk 2nd and 10 completion. Talking a mile a minute with a deer in the headlights look "We'll be fine, we'll be fine, we'll be fine." 
 
Edit: The contrast between Belichick and Carroll is amazing. Petey's running up the field hooting and hollering while Bill's calmly coaching everyone up. 
 

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Belichick to Brady before the final TD drive was great. "No negative plays, if you've gotta get rid of it just get rid of it. They can't stop us 3 times. Rushers are all over the place and their zone will fall apart."
 
Then there was Petey after the Gronk 2nd and 10 completion. Talking a mile a minute with a deer in the headlights look "We'll be fine, we'll be fine, we'll be fine." 
 
Carroll actually comes off extremely well for me in this whole thing. Hearing the back and forth between him and Wilson on the TD before the half, and then talking to his assistants about just trusting the guys... just really good.
 

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These reaction videos, I keep expecting a Naked Gun type edit when a Seattle fan gets eaten by a tiger immediately after the pick.
 

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Wilson stammering all over himself trying to explain what happened.
 
 
If the OC had told him that Butler simply teleported to the ball, I think Wilson would have found it a credible explanation at that moment.
 

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You might already know this, but the synch I talked about using media players does it in real time, so your upload would still be out of sync. To sync permanently, you'd need to use video editing software.
 
Yeah, I'd do that first.
 

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Another fun moment from the very end of the Turning Point episode:
"Confetti Man! I am Confetti Man! I'm looking for my mom."
(I think it's Casillas, who's unrecognizable wrapped up in piles of, yes, confetti.)
 

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I was watching the Inside the NFL show last night where they showed Brady's reaction to the INT and my 5 year-old immediately turned to me and said, "That's just like what you did!"
My wife emailed me the "awfuckhepickedit" video with the subject line, "that's exactly what you sounded like".

The only thing I remember saying is "he fucking picked it" over and over again.
 

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Sound FX and NFL Turning Point were both incredible, just awesome on a number of levels.
 
Brady saying to Josh "We did it Josh" as they hugged it out at the end of the game gets me every time.
 

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Pretty sure it was Chung.
Could be. Thought I saw #52 through the confetti.
 
(Edit: They talked about it on D&H - they said it was Casillas.)
 

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Speaking of Chung, it's a good story that he came back and won a SB after his bad decision to fake the punt in the playoff loss to the Jets.
 

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The cradle of the game.
FX makes Wilson out to be clueless in almost every sound byte... can't remember play names, thought Butler circled around (like he had time), etc. (Of course, Wilson also made Wilson appear clueless.)

Also, Edelman is more awesome than imaginable.
 
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Favorite postgame bit by far shows Brady in his best "one of the guys" moment. He's heading toward the podium or something, approaching a throng of celebrating teammates and he spots a key player emerging from the crowd, and he's practically laughing:

"Malcolm! Are you KIDDING ME?!"

The rest of the exchange is pretty awesome, too - "You did it!" or something like that - but that initial greeting illustrates perfectly TB12's charisma and likability. Love it.
 

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cshea said:
Belichick to Brady before the final TD drive was great. "No negative plays, if you've gotta get rid of it just get rid of it. They can't stop us 3 times. Rushers are all over the place and their zone will fall apart."
 
Then there was Petey after the Gronk 2nd and 10 completion. Talking a mile a minute with a deer in the headlights look "We'll be fine, we'll be fine, we'll be fine." 
 
Edit: The contrast between Belichick and Carroll is amazing. Petey's running up the field hooting and hollering while Bill's calmly coaching everyone up. 
 
I'm really curious how much of the Carroll-BB difference was the result of editing.  As you said, BB was doing real, honest-to-God, coach-to-player coaching on the sidelines while Carroll was mostly cheerleading and talking into his headset.