This probably isn't a surprise to you, but "the amount of video online is skyrocketing."

Already, according to CacheLogic "more than 60 percent of Internet traffic is being taken up by peer-to-peer swaps, and about 60 percent of those swaps involve video content." Add to that all the "legit" video sources popping up all over the place (the iTunes movies, the YouTubes, the Vimeos and the Google Videos of the interweb) and that's a lot of bandwidth.

But we say it's only going to get worse before it gets better, and we do want it to get better, so we offer up this, the perfect example of why the internet needs more video. For your viewing pleasure, why one should never leash a cat: