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Desc:Coulton selected random photos from Flickr and wrote a moving ballad about them.
Category:Arts, Humor
Tags:Flickr, jonathan coulton, matching ties, dwyers rocking out on air guitar
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I unashamedly adore Jonathan Coulton. Even though I never listen to him and forgot he existed until you reminded me of him.
I was surprised this wasn't on here, actually.

And he had some fun drama-times with the show "Glee" when they used his arrangement (which makes copyright/licensing laws REALLY fun) of "Baby Got Back" for the show without even crediting him.

yeah I could have sworn someone had submitted this ages ago... I still laugh when the "dwyer on air guitar" line comes up

i wrote that before you i saw you put that as a tag... somehow this needs to be linked.

This is way better with the images, I had only heard the audio version. Definitely a fan of his though I also forget he exists a lot.

I do occasionally find myself singing Pizza Day when someone orders pizza.
I expected to hate this but I didn't. I can't imagine it being particularly interesting without the images though.

i think of gimme pizza or pizza kids when i think of pizza. I'm glad i don't have such a goddamn glum outlook on life

I was thoroughly entertained.
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