Featuring video clips from the Internet that I find interesting or amusing.
Mister Rogers Remixed | Garden of Your Mind – 3:11
This NetClip is about curiosity, one of the lessons I have tried to teach my kids.
Cameron Herold: Let’s raise kids to be entrepreneurs – 22:08
This NetClip encourages self-reliance, another lesson I have tried to teach my kids.
Bobby McFerrin hacks your brain with music – 3:04
This NetClip is performance art at its best. It will make you smile.
Ric Elias: 3 things I learned while my plane crashed – 5:03
This NetClip reveals, “above all”, the most important goal in life.
It’s Not About The Nail – 1:42
Mile High Flight Program – 9:26
The Colorado chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen, Inc sponsors the Mile High Flight program as a way to honor the original Tuskegee Airmen by encouraging youth to take a chance on themselves and become the best that they can be.
Councilmember Bids Farewell in Handcuffs – 0:48
Term-limited City Councilmember Jerry Presley says goodbye in his last official interview, stating “I don’t know where I’ll be serving next, but I know I’ll be serving time somewhere.”
My Vote – 3:00
I serve on the Greenwood Village City Council and recently I voted to support our police. Here’s why.
The Consequences of Compromises – 1:28
The Greenwood Village City Council is considering a compromise to the controversial Orchard Station plan and a friend of mine asked what I thought about a compromise. It seems reasonable for people with differences to meet somewhere in the middle. Here’s how I answered his question.
What Oprah Learned from Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture – 3:44
October 2007, professor Randy Pausch, a devoted husband and father who was fighting pancreatic cancer, shared his famous last lecture on The Oprah Show. Look back at his inspiring talk and find out what Randy taught Oprah about facing mortality and living every moment like it’s your last.
Big Fish – Movie Trailer – 2:25
My father was a great storyteller. I grew up thinking he was Superman. Really. My kids grew up thinking I was a professional wrestler. Really. When I played Indian with my kids, my Indian name was “Big Kahuna”. Really.