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|Man with food gets instantly covered in monkeys|
That made it out of the hopper fast. Aguirre had a raft.
|How many times can Spock say, 'Fascinating'?|
I'll give it five stars to average out your three to four and add a bonus link while I'm at it.
|Japanese Ad for Spongebob McDonalds toys|
If I knew these toys would really make kids scream that much I'd buy a box of them for my nieces and nephew.
|Ghosts N Stuff|
I dunno, 1394, I liked it.
|Olbermann on the Arizona Shooting.|
The problem is Olbermann isn't telling the truth. Sarah Palin didn't put bullseye targets on the faces of 20 Representatives, she put targets on a US map. The ones who used bullseye targets was the Democratic Leadership Council (http://www.dlc.org/ndol_ci.cfm?contentid=253055&kaid=127&subid=171). Olbermann says that if two people bring a gun to a political rally, each on a separate and individual occasion, then political rallies are becoming indistinguishable from a gun show. That's not honest. If Olbermann is genuinely concerned about violence influencing venerable, mentally ill people, shouldn't he mention Jared Loughner played countless hours of mature rated Diablo series and liked Drowning Pool's song Bodies (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JZ9djZa180) well enough to put it on the YouTube video of himself? Of course, millions and millions of people played Diablo and listened to Bodies without killing anyone, but shouldn't we say the same Palin's map? Most people know the truth is Loughner was just a random lunatic who would have caused some serious suffering with or without right wing rhetoric.
|Selected Scenes from Garzey's Wing|
Ah, Garzey's Wing... there's nothing quite like it is there?
The subtitled clips I've seen of this are mildly hokey but not all that bad, to really mess things up it took this dub. Notice the ugly, splotchy colors around the lines, like when the kid is laying in bed? That's called rainbowing, it's a good indication the video engineer (if there even was one) sent a digital signal over an analog line, a big no-no. I swear it sounds like the director hired a high school, drama club to do the voice acting, the cast was chosen at random and everything was recorded in one take, without rehearsal. Since they didn't have the original sound track a lot of the sound effects and some of the music was lost in the process.
The writer of Anime News Network's Buried Treasures column would occasionally get bored and switch to Buried Garbage. This was one of those times.
|Canoeing Through McDonalds|
I would have paddled my canoe through the McDonalds in 1996 when it flooded but I didn't have a canoe back then. Now I feel like something has been taken from me.
|Dramatic reading of a game review|
As I watch this video I can't help but think, "This is what that kid imagined his review would sound like when he was writing it."
|Fascinating intro to the Apple Lisa|
This reminds me of 1960s demonstrations of call waiting and touch tone dialing: at one point it was astounding, new technology but now days it's like watching someone explain how to use a door nob.
|Explanation of Kawaii From a Cosplayer|
To be fair, the character she's playing is a little girl. Still, I'm afraid of anime fanatics. No really, I'm afraid of them. That's half the reason I've never gone to an anime convention, the other half being it's like 50 freakin' bucks just to get in.
|Talking nonsense to strangers.|
On the day of the 4th of July I was walking past this guy's house when someone shot off a bottle rocket. I smiled and said to him, "Firecrackers." He smiled back and said, "Doing great. You?"
I've always been tempted to walk up to a stranger and ask, "Are you confused?" Then after a moment of puzzled silence say, "Thought so," and walk away. Never had to guts to do it though.
|Live Action Darkwing Duck|
And this has... what to do with Darkwing Duck?
This is Frank's first film and it won him an Oscar in 1974.
|MP's anime pad, a study in disposable income and existential horror|
I watch some anime and I like it, but I can't help but wonder, where do they get the money? I don't have any posters or pillow cases or figurines or costumes/props or DVDs or manga libraries. I just don't understand.
|Birther Interrupts Reading Of Constitution|
Interesting that she was ejected by a Republican.
Manos: The Hands of Fate, is different from other, bad, Hollywood movies. Manos was made by a local business man, with no movie experience (obviously) in a small town using local people. They basically went out into the country and partied instead of filming and were half drunk a lot of the time. The guy who played Torgo was the one who motivated everyone to finish the film. Afterward it was shown in a local theater, so townsfolk could see each other on the big screen.
Keep circulating the tapes, Nikon!
|William Gibson: The New Cyber/Reality|
It's OK, he hates himself for coining that word too.
|Handcuffs on a Snake|
Briefly. Basically Ralph Bakshi got together all the animators he thought were really good and made an astounding cartoon. Unfortunately, the guys at the top didn't get it and canceled the show after 19 episodes. Those of us who saw it, back in the 1980s, were blown away.
Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures gets an automatic five stars.
|2010 poeTV year in Review|
Sheesh, other than a few user names I don't recognize any of that stuff.
|Peter Chung - Checkers/Rally's Spicy Chicken commercial|
Thank you, La Loco!