More Youtube fun: Monthly Fails
Add: YourDailyLaughz, another youtube compiler of fails, looks to be more prolific than Monthly Fails.
Watching fails is comforting for anxiety sufferers, who become paralyzed by fears of risk, error, failure, embarassment, and pain, because watching fails, especially embarrassing painful failures by risk-taking practicioners, pros, and experts, reminds that failing in all sorts of ways is normal and ordinary. Shit and event cascades happen . . . mistakes happen. The training videos show failure is a normal part of development. Watching fails is also a valuable learning tool for studying the anatomy of human failure. Both catastrophic and harmless mistakes are often caused by the same kinds of individual often-slight oversights, misjudgements, missteps, slips, and unanticipated factors. Training ought to be characterized by failure rather than a zero-defect environment in order to encourage development. Also, physics reign supreme and trying athletic things when you're fat and out of shape is looking for trouble.