This is interesting, planets more than likely outnumber stars:
Maybe some of you already took this as a given. I certainly didn't, whenever I hear "billions and billions of stars in the Milky Way" I think stars, not planets. This fact also broadens the possibility of inhabitable, or life-sustaining planets out there like our own. Unfortunately, one can only dream as space technology seems to be going nowhere within our lifetime, we can't even get back to the Moon anymore.
On a different subject, I recently stumbled upon the old king of Youtube:
I can hardly believe this used to be the views leader. You know, before Youtube became overrun with little kids, bored senior citizens, and tween girls (You know, to give Biebs over 500,000,000 views). I hate to say it, but this is when the 'net had class, you know, true style. Especially considering Youtube, since when did it become this big mega-channel for mainstream music videos and other shit. You'd think MTV would've taken that opportunity first. I disappoint myself in that I contribute by regularly supporting VEVO by frequenting its empire of songs on the Tube.
Nothing ever beats the classics though. And hey, maybe Numa Numa guy's spirit lives on, through the likes of Antoine Dodson and Double-Rainbow Dude.