Gosh - thank you for your encouraging and friendly comments Mr. COM. You are exactly right, the 15 second movie is 'not exactly mind blowing' as you state. Occasionally, if I want to experience 'mind blowing,' I read a good book, visit the theatre or just do something that is perhaps a little 'out of the ordinary.'
(I have to disclose that I do find some of Stanley Kubrick's movies do 'blow my mind' so to speak - 'A Clockwork Orange' is a masterpiece.)
To my surprise, I have never found a golf internet forum to be 'mind blowing' on a Sunday evening so, please accept my sincere apologies for failing to meet your rather exacting demands.
I take on board your constructive and intelligent comments and from now on, will carry my camcorder at all times Mr COM. What would you like me to capture to make your Sunday evening internet entertainment be more engaging?
How about a home movie of the 'discovery of the Holy Grail?' Or maybe an actual sighting of the Loch Ness Monster? Is that 'mind blowing' enough for you? I reckon that their is life on other planets too as there are plenty of space cadets around these days. You never know your luck if I just happen to have the camcorder in my pocket at that precise moment when a UFO crashes onto our links and a martian swinging a Ping i20 wanders out - you can guarantee I will have it uploaded straight away for your consumption.
I reckon that could almost be good enough to match the other movies I see on this thread.
By the way, 10/10 for the audio analysis of the movie Mr COM - I thought the sound would have only fooled everyone but the smartest of individuals - you are obviously well tuned in enough to note that the breaking glass was 'fake'. (Apologies again - it was added to increase the 'fun' element of the movie and probably steered it further away from the 'mind blowing' element you are used to seeing.)
Regards and many thanks for the advice,