Buggin Out

So Old Fashioned.

Some of you regular readers (read: Mom and Dad) may have noticed that my post output has been a little low lately, but that’s because I’ve been pretty busy these days. I’ve picked up some extra night classes, planning for my upcoming trip to Vietnam, and watching copious amounts of the best television show ever, The Wire. Also, I’ve been playing around with my latest gadget acquisition, the Flip Mino. I haven’t really gotten into the editing aspect of this pocket camcorder, but so far I’ve been impressed with the ease of use and image quality. Below is the first video I captured featuring a little roving truck that zips around Seosan city streets spraying neighborhood streets with what I’ve been told is mosquito repellent. I just call it “cancer juice.” Everywhere this truck goes it leaves behind it a massive trail of thick white smoke, while the drivers are seemingly unconcerned with blasting innocent passersby. Have a look (I apologize for the shaky hand, but I think the fumes got to me).


3 responses to “Buggin Out

  1. I remember when I was growing up in Chicago, that they used to do the same thing. They thankfully outlawed it sometime in the 60’s.

  2. And the kids love to run behind these trucks… breathing it in…then come into class with red eyes and itchy skin!

  3. Hahahahah! Man that was great…your face at the end is exactly how I feel everytime I’m in a cab or car here. Great job!!!

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