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Casey Neistat’s latest video finds him behind a Jeep, holding a tow rope, snowboarding the streets of Manhattan. It looks like a lot of fun, but don’t be fooled by his apparent skills. Writes Casey on YouTube: “I’m an OK snowboarder but I edited this movie to make me look much much better than I […]

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On November 12, Casey Neistat got an email from an advertising agency. They wanted him to create a short film promoting The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, a feel-good movie about a guy who abandons the office life and pursues his dreams. The budget, in Neistat’s words, was “shitty.” The initial offer was for $20,000, which Neistat […]

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Last month, NYC’s greatest YouTuber Casey Neistat made a video that hilariously documented the insane lengths to which people went to get an iPhone 5S on launch day. There were camping fanboys, there were professional line-sitters, there was an old lady sleeping in a sleeping bag. Now, the New York Times is reporting that Apple re-edited and […]

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In the three weeks since it launched, Citi Bike has logged 250,000 rides that total almost 700,000 miles. Yay! But is bike share a thinly veiled totalitarian scheme to overthrow the spirit of democracy in NYC? Stay tuned! Casey Neistat, a filmmaker and well-known member of New York’s All-Powerful Bike Lobby, set out to answer […]

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When Casey Neistat’s bike was stolen, he decided to take action. The New York City filmmaker lost his ride after locking it up through the stem rather than the frame due to a lack of good spots on his block. As Neistat himself explains in the video above, “what this means is that any enterprising […]

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The Vine app has recently launched — allowing users to easily shoot and share six second video clips, effortlessly. Naturally, it’s been flooded with babies, puppies, penises and food. And penises. Also, boobs. The NSFW vines can be easily located and so, yesterday, the app slapped itself with an NC-17 rating, oooooh. And so, ANIMAL is proud […]

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And now, here’s a little movie about Sandy and the havoc she wreaked all around the Isle of Manhattan, documented by brothers Casey Neistat and Dean Neistat, who decided it would be an awesome idea to go biking/wading/frolicking through the chest-deep tides of hurricane water. They left shortly after the power went out and they helped out some stranded […]

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NYC Filmmaker Casey Neistat makes a compelling case for Instagram as the least evil of all social networks in his new video, a guide to not sucking so bad on the photo-sharing service. He also takes the opportunity to big-up Rick Ross, who posts photos of things like Maybachs and his Nigerian security detail, and […]

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NYC filmmaker Casey Neistat offers up a nuanced, unbiased explanation of Bloomberg’s proposed “soda ban” in this short documentary for the New York Times. The facts, as Neistat lays them out: under the ban, 7-eleven stores could still sell sodas as large as they’d like, because they’re not regulated by the city, Dunkin’ Donuts could sell […]

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There’s a lousy truth to forgetting something in a Taxi. It’s the fact that you’ll never get your stuff back if the driver doesn’t turn it in to begin with. Unfortunately, there are a lot of things that aren’t likely to ever be returned (“I’m sorry sir–what did your money look like?”), because just as […]

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