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The video game idea that caused a walkout | UNICEF
12/20/14, 12:03

Ohhhh yeah, forgot about that. $4.99 for a new Waterbottle skin, Day One on-disc DLC to unlock the "ten year old boy who has no legs because of a land mine" character.
The Colbert Report Finale
12/20/14, 11:47

I don't know, none of what I've seen lately from Colbert has been particularly good, not in years. He used to be brilliant, back when he was strictly deadpan, but his act became a victim of his own success, and after getting comfortable with his own show he transformed from "absurdist character actor" into "giggly jackass who thinks highly of himself". I hate to say it, but at this point, he deserves Late Night, and Late Night deserves him.
The video game idea that caused a walkout | UNICEF
12/20/14, 09:41

I dunno, it sounds like a fun game to me.
Jingle all the way 2 trailer
12/20/14, 09:33

Come on! Plenty of people like Santino!
Fist of the IP Man
12/20/14, 08:23

J-production-music was the only thing worth listening to in the 1930s.
Half-swording - Why grabbing a sharp blade in a sword fight is not crazy
12/20/14, 06:09

I'm a Warband guy myself. Lances were too much of a pain in the ass for far too little payoff; while it sucked occasionally getting one-shotted by a Khergit lancer during the first thundering charge, once the battle was joined, lances were pitiful compared to a galloping bardiche death-chop.
Wesley Willis: Artist of the Streets (1988)
12/20/14, 06:01

I found him totally by accident while browsing around on Napster. "Suck My Dog's Dick". I was a teenager at the time, so there was basically no way I could pass up a song with a name like that!

As to whether his music was art, I honestly don't know! I don't usually get too hung up about that, though. Music's there for fun, and despite being a pretty terrible musician, Mr Willis always managed to make me smile, so I'd take him over Phillip Glass any day! The very concept of "art" vs "not art" is so ephemeral and silly anyway; I think Bill Watterson summed it up best:

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/102597697734659795/
Wesley Willis: Artist of the Streets (1988)
12/20/14, 05:47

That said, there are some really balls-out awesome Outsider Artists whom I would have never heard about were it not for the Outsider Art trend! Like Von Stropp for example, who's basically Albrecht Durer mixed with an acid-dropping hippie:

http://www.outsiderart.co.uk/stropp/large/vonn9.jpg
Wesley Willis: Artist of the Streets (1988)
12/20/14, 05:41

Yeah, the established art world knows about guys like Wesley Willis. It's considered "Outsider Art" (a rather marginalizing term in and of itself!), meaning art that is created "outside" of the traditional, academically-trained, gallery-centric art world. "Outsider Art" can be further broken down into various subcategories - such as "Naive Art", a horribly pejorative term usually applied to painters who have a cavalier disregard for perspective, like Grandma Moses - and the critics who exploit these artists are often preoccupied with the work of artists who've got some kind of kooky "hook", like artists who are mental patients, prisoners, or sub-working-class day laborers.

In my experience, "Outsider Art" appreciation is a barbed field, basically an extension of the broader cultural war between "high art" and "low art" and the increasingly frenetic death throws of the Ivory Tower art establishment. It's not always snobby and shitty, as this documentary proves! But I've personally noticed more ironically patronizing shittiness than genuine interest over the years.
Wesley Willis: Artist of the Streets (1988)
12/20/14, 02:30

Yes, prior to getting into music (as part of therapy, IIRC) and being "discovered" by the punk rock community, the Rock and Roll McDonald's guy was a street artist.
Wesley Willis: Artist of the Streets (1988)
12/20/14, 02:27

This was nice! I'm always a bit skeptical when it comes to "outsider art documentaries", mainly because the whole concept of "outsider art" is so heavily steeped in pretense and condescension, being almost invariably viwed through the lens of the educated establishment, and treated like some Victorian excursion into the land of the noble savages - "Behold these wondrous primitives! So simple, yet almost human in their ingenuity and capacity to feel!" Dickery like that is especially common when the artist in question has serious mental and socioeconomic issues, as Mr Willis did. From the point of view of your typical art-school educated critic (the people most likely to be opining on something like this), a homeless schizophrenic black man is about as alien and Other as you can get!

But this clip was awesome! It's done totally in Wesley Willis' own words, and the filmmaker seems to genuinely like him; treats him like a human being who's really good at art, and not just some novelty crazy person who's been taught to do a funny human-trick. Great find, Oktay!
Wesley Willis: Artist of the Streets (1988)
12/20/14, 02:09

He used to have a website with a whole crapload of his drawings; it was actually one of the first websites I ever bookmarked, way back in 1998 or so. This clip doesn't really go into it, but apparently Mr Willis had an almost photographic memory, and was able to recall all kinds of specific details, like those numbers and signs you see plastered everywhere.

He didn't really do people (at least not that I ever saw); pretty much all of his "released" drawings were cityscapes and traffic scenes. He'd sometimes draw little people in cars and buses (you can see of them during the close-up shots in the video above), but people weren't his focus.
Weird Al's MYSTERIOUS FLOATING ORB
12/20/14, 01:48

Explain how Weird Al, a brony, would come to use it then.
Making of Eminem's Ass Like That dubbed in Russian
12/20/14, 01:42

I rag on John Cena a lot, and I think the mane reason why I'm so anti-Cena is because, when I first saw him back in 2002 or 03 or whenever it was, Cena was doing that whole white-boy rapper gimmick thing. I guess I associated him with Eminem, which coloured my opinion of him and caused me to write off the future Hulk Hogan Jr as a stupid asshole straight from day one. I can only imagine how my life might have changed had John Cena used a cool gimmick instead, like a vampire, or a straightedge punk rocker!

That said, John Cena seems to be a genuinely nice rapper, and an all around decent human being. Sure, he trash talks and brags a little bit in some of his raps, but he also spends his time visiting sick children and honoring military personnel like some musclebound Bob Hope! Maybe if Eminem spent more time filling Make a Wish requests and less time rapping his mouth off about the joys of being a dick to people, he'd have a more fulfilling life, and wouldn't have to prop up his fragile ego by acting like a big child all the damn time.
Making of Eminem's Ass Like That dubbed in Russian
12/19/14, 17:04

I don't know if Eminem was ever that big on free speech. He certainly liked it when it was his own stuff on the line, but I don't recall him ever going up to bat for people he hated, like hardcore Christians, any woman, or guys who weren't himself. That is the litmus test for being a hero to free speech, not merely rapping songs about beating your wife.

As for wasting his flow on songs about his own fame, that's at least 90% of all rap right there. It's braggadocio. You've got a few exceptions here and there, like Rhymeberry, Matisyahu, or Lady Sov (before the fame went to her head), but Eminem was just one of those guys who goes with the herd.
Therion - Summernight City
12/19/14, 15:52

Shut up, EvilHomer 2007. This *is* one of their best songs.
BLIND GUARDIAN - Beyond The Red Mirror - In The Studio (OFFICIAL TRAILER #1)
12/19/14, 14:56

Also, I imagine that parents would be cool with Blind Guardian. They are very friendly and polite.
BLIND GUARDIAN - Beyond The Red Mirror - In The Studio (OFFICIAL TRAILER #1)
12/19/14, 14:55

Blind Guardian is basically Thundarr the Barbarian anyway.
the future of fucking
12/19/14, 13:36

How about Rhymeberry?

http://youtubedoubler.com/e9Bk (mute left video!)
Spin Doctors at Woodstock 94, full set
12/19/14, 13:23

"Nickleback OWNS this retarded shit"

You should pick a different, less well known, but equally horrible band. Using Nickleback as your bait comes too far out of left field, and is way too obvious. Remember: credibility and believability are the key.

Nickleback could work in, say, a discussion about Nirvana - "fuck this shit, Nickleback was LOADS better than Shitvana" - because Nickleback had a close resemblance to Nirvana (see: spikes and his comment about "shitty bands") and it's not too big of a leap to go from one to the other; people will be jarred by your statement, but still able to accept it.

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