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Brian Cooley's blooper reel: Tech Culture
Tech Culture: Brian Cooley's blooper reel1:59 /
For every perfect take there are five others that are not so perfect.
^M00:00:01 [ Music ] ^M00:00:05 >>> It's very much the meat and potatoes of the auto industry. Midsize sedans and Ford Fusion hasn't had a whoops and I step right there let's try that again. Powering the pilot is a three and a half liter V6 like so many other cars these days. Nissan's always done that motor well and it's a good engine. Is this a Nissan? Is it? >> No it's a Honda. >> Oh it's a Honda--Christ, I'm drinking. Ah yes [inaudible] it got our Tech Car of the Year award the first year we did the judging that's all [beep]. Let's see how Honda did a leap year 09 refresh and cleaned it up. Okay that's gonna have to work. Now I've got to clean this car. At this point you'll be picking up on a...here's an example of what they're doing in Europe, installing--wow that was a hell of a shot, okay. >> First of all the hard drive... >> Navigation. >> Please speak a little softer. >> Navigation. >> Information. What state please? >> California. >> California. Please say the city name. >> He would say San Francisco. First of all the whole basics [beep]. Whoa boy. Whoa to the edge if you get into a corner hard side and do the sweep on that. >> Now with most--try it again. If he's not piling up your deliveries in a conspicuous spot. Hey everybody welcome to everyone's favorite theme chill [inaudible]. Making myself laugh what a stupid trick. This way no undue suspicions are around just in case...This way undue suspicious [inaudible] [beep]. >> You know what you're supposed to do. Come on let's [inaudible]. I can't even do that. >> That's it. Winner.