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Or hit the refresh button (F5), that works, especially in IE and Firefox.
When playing videos allow a few seconds for a "pre-buff", that seems to help.
A wild one lap in the legendary Nurburgring. No music, just the cockpit view in my Pagani Zonda is wild enough to hold your attention. Never mind how many attempts were made before I achieved a crash free lap, I finally got it done. Not the prettiest driving in the world but we made it through with just a few scratches to the paintwork. This thing is eight minutes, if you don't have eight minutes to spare then don't start watching it as you may be late for whatever it was you had planned.
Back many years ago I spent a few hundred hours in Microsoft's flight simulators and one of my flights featured the famous "Finger" glitch located somewhere in the South American country of Guyana. I didn't discover the glitch, I read about it in a forum somewhere, but I did build an airport on the thing. I used a lot of software that quite frankly I can't even remember using, much less how I did all that way back in time where/when my mind still actually functioned.
After eight years at sea in the US Navy and thirty-three years as a long haul trucker I've seen all the snow I care to see. So when it snows all over my southern home I get a little cranky. And yeah, the music is one of mine, originally the music part of a rather naughty music video that happened back when I did that sort of thing and could still hold a pic in my fingers.
We flew into our secret airstrip then took our secret tunnel to the race track at Alpental. We were late getting there, had to hurry up and get the car out on the track, no practice laps and that contributed to our poor showing in the race. But the post race party was awesome and we did not fly home in the deepening sunset alone.
This video doesn't make a whole lot of sense but it is visually enchanting. There again I used a lot of software that I could not now explain exactly how I did all this but it must've been fun. I stole a lot of music (mine!) and used it all here and there, bits and pieces and hey, it kind of works out OK. Enjoy.