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Old Video Website?

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I'm looking to see if this old video website still exists..  (maybe my account is still alive?)

It was... before... during? (after?)  youtube.  Very early video website.  I think the title had something in it like  "stars"  (movie star?  Hollywood?)  something like that...  musta been in 2005.  Ring a bell?

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ifilm.com?

it got renamed to spike.com or something similar

 

nope it's now screenjunkies.com

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Spike is a TV network for cable/direcTV.

 

I don't remember the other video websites but I remember YouTube when it started up.

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oh dear me,  it wasn't anything close to what I remembered it as being.. where'd I get those names from?

 

looks like all my content is gone forever, bummer.  was hoping to archive some of my old work :(

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Geocities is the only one that comes to mind before youtube, but it wasn't solely dedicated to video sharing either. You mentioned 2005, that's when youtube hit the net. :P

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Spike is a TV network for cable/direcTV.

 

I don't remember the other video websites but I remember YouTube when it started up.

Could be, but when it was ifilm.com (I believe it ran in the late '90's, it had the video 405, someone made a film on that interstate, driving an SUV and a Commercial Jet landed on it, pushing the SUV to like 300 mph.

I'll go see if I can find it anywhere

 

edit, found it, lol ironically, the first result in youtube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaIbpSaEoYc

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^Cool.. 

 

I saw on TV that the plane lost the front landing gear... so landed on the truck just like the video shown above. That was not long ago...

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^Cool.. 

 

I saw on TV that the plane lost the front landing gear... so landed on the truck just like the video shown above. That was not long ago...

lol oh yes it was  I remember it from the '90s

your argument is invalid :p

 

 

 

edit

 

although, in fairness, I have to concede, since ifilm no longer exists, I cannot prove it :(

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lol oh yes it was  I remember it from the '90s

your argument is invalid :p

 

it is not invalid.. I was talking about other plane... not the same plane you were talking about..  that the plane was landing on the truck...

 

see here:

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it is not invalid.. I was talking about other plane... not the same plane you were talking about..  that the plane was landing on the truck...

 

see here:

lol it's almost as fake as mine :p

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It happens from time to time...

 

you see more videos about it

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Sorry, no way a Nisan Navara (or Frontier if not in the UK) pick up went from practically 30, turn right, exactly line up to catch the landing gear, and accelerate to 200+ mph in time for the plane to land on it

Not to mention the lack of news coverage

or the fact that the news banner in the vid doesn't show which channel or network they're from

it's a fake I tell you :p

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Sorry, no way a Nisan Navara (or Frontier if not in the UK) pick up went from practically 30, turn right, exactly line up to catch the landing gear, and accelerate to 200+ mph in time for the plane to land on it

Not to mention the lack of news coverage

or the fact that the news banner in the vid doesn't show which channel or network they're from

it's a fake I tell you :p

lol...

 

it is a nissan commercial

 

i was messing with you.

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I still think OP was looking for ifilm.com :p

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