|That guy |
How can someone have the right to be forgotten for being awesome??
I love complexities and this is a GREAT subject, but yet, the sociology dorks really suck the fun out of Technoviking. I'd love to see this documentary redone: dropping people like Prof Ries and that lady who doesn't know what an "Uncanny Valley" is, and replacing them instead with Michael Shermer or Neil deGrasse Tyson.
The longhaired dude is fine, he can stay.
Stay strong, technoviking.
Fucking n00bs don't know what Glowstick the Barbarian is called, 1star
But see, that's why the filmmakers had such a hard time finding him. They were looking for a guy using the wrong name.
He'll always be Glowstick to me.
Kneecam No. 1 or GTFO!
I can't decide if the idea behind this documentary is completely necessary or completely batshit.
The montage of the imitation videos is a riot.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
50 fucking minutes long.
A few notes... poetv related:
A forum and then poetv is what made this video first go viral.
I posted this in 2007 and someone soon posted it to break.com but used my description along with some of the comments from the poetv post. You can see at 6:54.
By the way, Top That from Teen Witch was also viralized from this site. It wasn't a thing until it got posted here then reposted all over.
You should send an e-mail to the filmmakers. Seriously! They seem really autistic about the story behind this meme, and your contribution is important. Someone Brian Harrod'd you, and they need to get their story straight.
P.S. when you contact them, please let them know that Technoviking's real name is "Glowstick the Barbarian".
I know I did my part to spread this as far and as wide as possible.
Everything about this film feels like one of this things you watch in a museum when you're tired after walking around the exhibits for too long and end up sitting on those weird museum risers that appear to have been designed by a second year architecture student who is planning on doing their thesis on either "interior spaces" or "The effect of Bauhaus on the theater."
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