Ask the thousands who populate it on a daily basis, and you'll hear just how stupendous it is to be living in this Tube.
Not only has YouTube changed the way we share visual information, but it will soon alter the way we view our traditional television programming, with TV makers scrambling to include Internet capabilities on all their latest models.
In other words, it's just a matter of time before Kige Ramsey is in your living room.
Of course, the site is littered with seemingly limitless Patriots-related content, from the haters to the die-hards. As 16-0 New England gets set to make a run at 19-0 -- and another Super Bowl title -- starting Saturday against the Jaguars, here's a sampling of some of the latest clips on YouTube:
- Ryan Parker, who burst onto the YouTube scene with the now-famous, "Shady Brady and Bill Belicheat" brings us his latest, "Del Rio" about how the Jaguars coach is going to lead Jacksonville to the Super Bowl. Sung to the tune of "Rio" by Duran Duran, of course.
- Among the Clinton, McCain, Romney, and Obama supporters who filtered through Manchester, N.H., this past week, this Patriots fan pushed his support for Patriots coach Bill Belichick for president. "Strong on defense, not afraid to use surveillance."
Here's his campaign commercial:
- Sick of hearing about the deteriorating state of New England sports fans? Well, this trio is here to do absolutely nothing to help you combat that stigma.
- The Randy Moss Driving School:
- This Colts fan is none too pleased about Bill Belichick getting Coach of the Year honors. Frankly, the commentary is pretty useless, but worth sitting through for the flashy entertainment that follows. Still, he's no Lil' Ronnie.
- This is Bill Belichick. Punks.
- The Patriots Prayer. Amen.
- If the Patriots are to make the Super Bowl, the potential exists for a rematch against the Green Bay Packers. Which means two more weeks of these fellas:
- In case you've yet to see it, Belichick releases his inner Tyler Florence. Peanut butter on both sides so the jelly doesn't sneak through. Brilliant.
- These fans want you to watch the Super Bowl at their house. No, really.