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|Tiny Tim - The Other Side|
All it takes to come to that conclusion is listening to GOD BLESS TINY TIM in its entirety.
As Irwin Chusid put it: "When Tiny Tim died, it was like a library burning down."
|James Brown Future Shock T-Shirts|
Let's see here: a LOOK WHO'S TALKING t-shirt would be sort of funny on a hipster douchebag who bought it for ten bucks at a vintage shop.
A 1970s James Brown t-shirt would be the sort of thing that you'd have to display in a frame, because wearing it would cause riots of people trying to simultaneously dance and have sex with you.
"Almost as cool" my lilywhite butt.
|Mae Young gives birth to a rubber hand|
The context is basically that Vince signed the unbelievably boring Marc Henry to a ten-year contract based on Henry winning a "Strongest Man in the World" contest in the mid-90s, then spent most of the late 90s and early 00s trying to put Henry in the worst possible storylines consistently so that he'd quit.
|Marvel Super Heroes: The Origin of the Hulk (1966)|
I will always love the fact that purple pants are a standard part of scientists' lab outfits in the Marvel Universe.
|The Beatles Rock Band Trailer|
The first half of this looks amazing - and if, when playing Shea Stadium, you can barely hear the music you're playing over the shrieks of thousands of teenage girls, I may buy it.
But it's pretty clear that the designers had no sense of what to do with their studio-only era. The Eye of Horus floating over an army of elephantine creatures? That would be more at home in a Pink Floyd or Yes game.
The last level should be "I've Got a Feeling" on the Apple Studios rooftop. Really, I'd love to play "Get Back" and "Come Together" with footage of the band, wearing everyday clothes, sitting in opposite corners of a studio while their girlfriends and wives look bored in the background.
As a mini-game, you could dodge items thrown at you by Phil Spector (it could be sort of like the 'you lost' minigame in Beautiful Katamari?)...
|The Troggs Tapes|
As soon as I saw this on the frontpage, I logged in so that I could type "DUBBA DUBBA DUB-BA CHA"
|How to Speak With a British Accent|
So she's basically figured out how to say a short "o" (but definitely not a long "e") in a posh British accent?
There's an Ultraman movie where the Ultraman family joins forces with Hanuman, the Hindu monkey-god.
It's pretty wonderful.
|Hollywood Hogan finds his head in a box.|
Well, yes. And they basically paid him millions of dollars a year to stand in the aisle while other guys' plotlines were advanced. At a time when they were making huge deals out of having wrestlers who had been working for the competition recently, the bookers basically forgot to make a big deal out of the fact that a guy who'd been the WWF champion on Saturday night was on Nitro two days later.
|Hollywood Hogan finds his head in a box.|
I just read Bret Hart's autobiography. His assessment of how much WCW wasted him (they paid him more than the WWF had paid him as a heavyweight champion immediately beforehand, but never had any idea how to use him in plotlines) is pretty damned depressing to read.
|Father Guido Sarducci on art school|
I'm studying to be a high-school-level art teacher so I can generate future generations of people crippled by student loan debt and self-importance.
We need more Sarducci clips.
|Mia Farrow is raped by Satan in 'Rosemary's Baby'|
Great film, but the scariest part of it is how amazingly huge unsubdivided Morningside Heights apartments were.
|Phantasm II - last ten minutes|
Nobody says "BOY!!" quite like the Tall Man.
I miss this kind of horror movie being in theaters.
|Fat man with Bluetooth headset sings about America|
I had to sing this in grade school as part of a chorus recital.
You guys think YOU hate it? When I hear it, I find myself remembering the fucking alto harmony line.
|I ain't no skank!|
My parents hipped me to it and my wife and I are burning through the first season on Netflix as soon as the baby gets asleep enough each night. I hope AMC does some kind of marathon or whatever over the summer so's we can be caught up in time for Season 3 (we weren't able to do that with Mad Men as Season 2 hasn't come out on dvd yet)...
|I Fought the Law|
a) this is one of the best covers, period.
b) it came out in the seventies, so what's the deal with the "eighties" tag?
|The Sinful Dwarf|
I used to have a copy of this on "commercial" (read: Something Weird) VHS. My wife and I watched it several years ago, and when it ended, she said "okay, so THAT is the line that I won't cross when watching trashy movies. There was no...joy?...to it."
Needless to say, we haven't watched any Ilsa movies together.
|1978 Spiderman Underoos|
I had the hell out of these (Spidey, Hulk, Iron Man, Aquaman, Superman) when I was about 5.
My wife (who had the Wonder Woman ones) has pointed out that contemporary comic-store shirt selections are very obviously made by or for people who grew up on Underoos.
A hundred bulbs for anything related to the Fleshtones.
|Black Eyed Peas - Where's the Love?|
The only thing that needs more Fergie is the bottom of the Mariana Trench.