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DJ Sara and DJ Ryusei
09/12/07, 17:23

They've both got pretty impressive senses of rhythm for young kids.
Anatomy of the Amen Break
09/12/07, 15:56

Great little dissertation, though I think he's a little hard on Squarepusher and his ilk.
The Day After (1983): Nuclear Attack on Kansas City
09/12/07, 15:18

Bombing the breadbasket also makes some sense in a totally evil way.

But yeah, the missile siloes and the armed forces bases would go first in case of an actual structured attack -- I grew up in CT about fifteen miles from the Navy submarine base AND the factories that made the Trident and Seawolf subs.

Our elementary school drills included a nuclear-attack drill (not a duck-and-cover thingie, we were far too close for that) which consisted of "when you hear this siren, go outside and think of the people you love."
William (Bill) Alexander painting a painting
09/12/07, 13:55

Part two has him flirting with his housewife audience and saying that their husbands shouldn't expect them to paint with such little brushes...ahem...
The Day After (1983): Nuclear Attack on Kansas City
09/12/07, 13:18

I saw this when I was nine, about three and a half years after my family moved to Connecticut from Lawrence, Kansas (where most of THE DAY AFTER is set). Friends of my parents were used as extras, one family we knew got paid to let their barn blow up on screen.

After seeing familiar settings and faces (I still identified as being "from Lawrence"), and seeing my Dad's name on the Eagle Scout monument in the opening credits, I went to my room because my (War Resister's League) parents realized it might be more than I should see. I came back into the living room via the kitchen about three minutes before this footage, and saw a bunch of people I thought of as "friends" die.

It scared the absolute shit out of me, and finding out that my new locale was likely to be one of the first strikes in an actual thermonuclear exchange didn't help.

I wonder if the children who are, say, twelve now will be as terrified of terrorism as I was terrified of The Bomb up through the fall of the Berlin Wall...
Threads (Entire film)
09/12/07, 11:56

Much more realistic than THE DAY AFTER, which featured Jason Robards walking from Lawrence to Kansas City after KC was struck my a nuclear attack.

William Bill Alexander
09/12/07, 11:53

Thanks, Chet!
Patton Oswalt on Bob Ross and William Alexander
09/12/07, 11:14

Actually, it was "Why don't they LEESUHN to Papa??"
CGI Mickey Mouse Nightmare
09/12/07, 10:51

I honestly think that he "frontloaded" the "best" animation at the beginning of the clip -- it really seems to get more random and glitchy as it goes on.

Bravissimo!!
Patton Oswalt on Bob Ross and William Alexander
09/12/07, 10:01

I'm happy to see that someone else remembers William Alexander...I remember one episode in which he railed against his children for not staying in contact with him.

"Why don't they CONTACT Papa? I HEF LEEFT A MIGHTY LIFE!!"

Come to think of it, he used "mighty" as a catchall adjective the way Ross used "happy."
Vine Jumping in the South Pacific
09/12/07, 08:28

I wonder if that chap did an unintentional Flair Flop shortly thereafter.
CGI Donald Duck Nightmare
09/12/07, 08:20

As disappointed as I am in the fact that this wasn't a billion haphazard vignettes (like the Mickey video), it's still inexplicable and horrifying.
CGI Mickey Mouse Nightmare
09/12/07, 08:18

The scene with the dog is perhaps the funniest failure I've seen in a month.
Britney's Disastrous 'Comeback'
09/11/07, 16:13

Maybe it's just the screen resolution, but I don't see how this performance was any worse than any of her other lipsyncing performances from years past (I AM NOT SAYING THIS WAS GOOD).

Was it just that she wasn't doing Carol-Channing/Diana-Ross-style OVERlipsynching? Was it that she's gained weight (and definitely was in an unflattering outfit, though I don't think the extra weight looks particularly bad, and she still has a rather impressive midriff)?

I suppose I'll just never understand the love or the hate for her.
The World's Happiest Dog
09/11/07, 11:12

If this was a terrier, it would have had a squeaker toy in its mouth the first time it went down the slide, and would have attempted to land on the toy every successive time it went down the slide.

Pearl Jam -- Jeremy
09/10/07, 21:33

HERUHMAYS HOOOLLEHN.....LAAAAAAIIIIR EZ DEYYYYYYYYYYYYY
The World's Happiest Dog
09/10/07, 20:47

Whoever voted this below five has no love in their heart.

Or they're exclusively a cat person, which also means they have no love in their heart.
Ministry: "Revenge" (1983)
09/10/07, 19:44

Yeah, well, this was before Al recognized that he could be the guy to go (relatively) mainstream with Killing Joke and Big Black's sounds.

Any video that makes Frank Rizzo consider suicide shouldn't fall below a solid 5, amirite folks?
つぼみ?!?!
09/10/07, 19:40

Shine on, you crazy island.
The World's Happiest Dog
09/10/07, 16:23

This has made my day. Yay, dogs!!!

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