lucky760 US

Member Profile

A little about me...
I joined VideoSift as IT Director / Software Architect / Systems Administrator in mid-2006. It has been my online home away from home ever since.

In 2006 I coined the acronym LMFAHS. You should tag all your funny videos with it. LMFAHS in meatspace.

In 2008 I coined the term Escalopter to describe a person rotating like a helicopter blade on escalator handrails. |

Member Since: May 2, 2006
Favorite Sift: Sushi: The Japanese Tradition.
Favorite Tags:
Last Power Points used: April 24, 2012
Available: now
Power Points at Recharge: 2   Get More Power Points Now!

Random Videos from My Personal Queue

Comments to lucky760

siftbot says...

Congratulations! Your dedication to keeping VideoSift clear of baddies has earned you your "Ban Police" Level 61 Badge!

siftbot says...

Your video, Robot Butler, has made it into the Top 15 New Videos listing. Congratulations on your achievement. For your contribution you have been awarded 1 Power Point.

This achievement has earned you your "Pop Star" Level 19 Badge!

siftbot says...

Congratulations! Your effort in linking together related videos has earned you your "Relatividdy" Level 2 Badge!

siftbot says...

Congratulations! Your dedication to keeping VideoSift clear of baddies has earned you your "Ban Police" Level 60 Badge!

newtboy says...

Thanks for the promote.
I needed something happy to cut the other, not so happy videos I posted this morn. This did the trick for me.

lucky760 said:


My *kids will love this.

newtboy says...

agreed...see my follow up comment in the thread for my (well founded) fears....

lucky760 said:

This is heavy duty, Doc.

Funny a natural solitary death feels so different than a natural death involving one animal ripping another to morsels.

siftbot says...

Congratulations! Your dedication to finding diamonds in the rough and pushing videos of other members to success has earned you your "Assister" Level 31 Badge!

newtboy says...

Ahhh, but there's the dilemma. Does that not instruct your children to lie to their friends (if not directly, by omission)?
That's part of why I think lies are so insidious, they put people in the position of either calling out the lies/liars or being complicit in the lie. I was quite glad my parents didn't tell me to keep the lie a 'secret' when I told them at 5 years old that I knew Santa, et al., was a lie. It would have been confusing to me. Fortunately I don't recall it ever coming up with my friends.

lucky760 said:

This is why we'll never treat my sons like fools. They'll always know the truth and that they can trust us not to lie to them (and of course we'll be sure they are respectful enough to keep the truth to themselves when they realize kids they know have been lied to).

Send this Article to a Friend

Separate multiple emails with a comma (,); limit 5 recipients

Your email has been sent successfully!

Manage this Video in Your Playlists

Member's Highest Rated Videos