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Pretty funny, and it captures a number of things that irritated me about Peter Jackson's cinematic abortions of TLOTR.

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Pretty funny, and it captures a number of things that irritated me about Peter Jackson's cinematic abortions of TLOTR.

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This is an absolutely delightful (political) video:
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This is an absolutely delightful (political) video:
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Possession

Sep. 25th, 2009 03:02 pm
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This video just gave me the chills.

Possession

Sep. 25th, 2009 03:02 pm
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This video just gave me the chills.

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I found this while looking for a way to make a sensible comment on an entry by [livejournal.com profile] fireheart, and I have to say I like it a lot!
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I found this while looking for a way to make a sensible comment on an entry by [livejournal.com profile] fireheart, and I have to say I like it a lot!
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I found this rather amusing, particularly what with all the hype about Terminator: Salvation (which sounds like a real piece of crap):
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I found this rather amusing, particularly what with all the hype about Terminator: Salvation (which sounds like a real piece of crap):
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And while I'm at it, here's PROOF that virtually anything can be found on YouTube: PDQ Bach's The Stoned Guest. It's the whole album in four parts. The only thing that's missing is the very funny "Opera Whiz" feature from the intermission.



My father used to play this a lot when I was little, and now I'm playing it for Sebastian (I have the actual album, fortunately). The funny thing is that Sebastian's favorite part is when Don Octave sings "For the first time in my life, I'm going to do something right!", slips, and accidentally stabs himself in the heart with a horrible scream. :D
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And while I'm at it, here's PROOF that virtually anything can be found on YouTube: PDQ Bach's The Stoned Guest. It's the whole album in four parts. The only thing that's missing is the very funny "Opera Whiz" feature from the intermission.



My father used to play this a lot when I was little, and now I'm playing it for Sebastian (I have the actual album, fortunately). The funny thing is that Sebastian's favorite part is when Don Octave sings "For the first time in my life, I'm going to do something right!", slips, and accidentally stabs himself in the heart with a horrible scream. :D
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Someone over on Askville had a brilliant idea a while ago. Perhaps I shouldn't be surprised that she's relatively new to the net.

Once a day, she asks "What song is stuck in your head today?". People respond by giving links to one or more songs on YouTube. I hadn't realized that almost every imaginable song is now available on YouTube. It's really amazing.
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Someone over on Askville had a brilliant idea a while ago. Perhaps I shouldn't be surprised that she's relatively new to the net.

Once a day, she asks "What song is stuck in your head today?". People respond by giving links to one or more songs on YouTube. I hadn't realized that almost every imaginable song is now available on YouTube. It's really amazing.
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This is so incredibly weird...George Takei narrates a documentary about the astonishing animatronic Chris Elliot.

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This is so incredibly weird...George Takei narrates a documentary about the astonishing animatronic Chris Elliot.

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I have to admit that this made me laugh so much that I got tears in my eyes.

Lucky's funeral
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I have to admit that this made me laugh so much that I got tears in my eyes.

Lucky's funeral
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I love Jon Stewart.
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I love Jon Stewart.

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