Finally. Video Evidence to back up my claim of innocence in The Ketchup Squirting Incident of this past January.
Now, I know what you're thinking. Uh, VTK, you're dressed in McDonalds' colors and are clearly squirting ketchup at the camera. How are you innocent? I'm innocent of the high crime of an unsolicited, unwelcome ketchup assault. You can clearly hear me saying "three" at the beginning of the video, as in "ready? one, two, three" *squirt*. Were this squirt unsolicited or unwelcome, the camera would not have still been pointed at the container in question at this stage in the count. And no, I did not just say "three" and squirt; that's not my style. I should also point out that none of this is debated by any of the involved parties. I'm just pleading my innocence for the official internet record.
Also, speaking of my style, they're not "McDonalds' colors"; they're the colors of my oft-sported Bel Biv Davoe look (more effective when I wear my green carharts (and my eight ball jacket (and shave three strips in the sides of my head))).
And on the other side of the Ketchup - Big Wheel Dialectic, here's a video of the 4th Heat of the Lombard St. Big Wheel Race on Easter Sunday, 2007, San Francisco (both vids are courtesy of VTK reader, AKBoognish):
This video cracks me up in an oddly staggered way. I laughed on and off in 30 second intervals. The action is pretty much the same throughout. It just seems to strike me as funny, then gets old, then gets funny again because it's still happening, then not, then yes, then not. Overall though: funny. Partially because it's Heat 4, so there are at least 4 times this many people participating.