FC2 Video

What is FC2, you say? FC2 is one of the biggest web service sites in the world! You can do basically anything you want! Watch movies or videos, write a blog, create a website. There are over 40 distinct services available!

FC2 is based in Nevada, USA but is run from Japan. Most users are Japanese and as such FC2 is the place to go if you are interested in Japanese culture, with Japanese videos, Japanese blogs about manga (comics) or all sorts of other cool things! In fact FC2 is so popular that it is the 3rd most visited domain in all of Japan!!!

Of course, this doesn't mean that you shouldn't join if you are not interested in Japan... Like we stated earlier, you can do anything you want and the service is available in 7 different languages, catering for an international audience.

Say-Move! is also a very cool service that FC2 provides. Leave interactive scrolling messages on videos, scene by scene, second by second. Unlike other video sites where comments simply sit under the video, all user comments scroll across the video as it plays. It's like watching a film or video with hundreds of friends, and it can really be quite cool. Anyone who enjoys reading viewer comments should definitely not miss visiting Say-Move!

Come visit FC2 today and see what kind of fun you can have on the net!

FC2 Video

FC2 Video is a really cool website from Japan. It has all sorts of cool videos and everything you could possibly imagine. Watch something cool here RIGHT NOW! Do whatever you want to do. Create friends, albums, whatever it's all up to you! Upload a video or videos. Download a video or videos. Whatever you want to do relating to videos, it's up to you. I really enjoy using this site.

But the coolest thing: A lot of the videos are Japanese. Unlike limited other video sites, you can just watch Japanese videos and films as you wish... So cool! I found FC2 Video about 4 months ago and since then I've pretty much been hooked.

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William Melvin "Bill" Hicks (December 16, 1961 -- February 26, 1994) was an American stand-up comedian, social critic, satirist, and musician. His material largely consisted of general discussions about society, religion, politics, philosophy and personal issues. Hicks' material was often controversial and steeped in dark comedy. In both his stand-up performances and during interviews, he often criticized consumerism, superficiality, mediocrity and banality within the media and popular culture, describing them as oppressive tools of the ruling class, meant to "keep people stupid and apathetic."[1] Hicks died of pancreatic cancer in 1994 at the age of 32. In the years after his death, his work and legacy achieved acclaim in creative circles. In 2007 he was voted the sixth-greatest stand-up comic on the UK's Channel 4's 100 Greatest Stand-Ups and again in the updated 2010 list as the 4th greatest stand-up comic.