|Scynne - 2007-10-03 |
The thing I love about this, is that, excluding the scene from the play, it seems entirely plausible.
Sadly enough, given musicals like the Pirate Queen and Lestat, I can totally buy the unicorn play.
The only implausible thing is that he'd actually pay the price to go onto the roof of the Empire State Building when it's cheaper to go up to the top of Rockefeller Center and shoot rooftop targets from there.
|athodyd - 2007-10-03 |
NO, I WON'T SEE
|Andonyx - 2007-10-03 |
The first infinite solutions I ever saw was about using Cat-5 to extend your cell-phone reception. I should really know better but it was so subtle and his delivery so sincere, I totally bought it.
|Pandatronic - 2007-10-03 |
Frederick J. Building, these stars are for you.
|Herr Matthias - 2007-10-04 |
Five stars just for the Empire State Building being visible from the Empire State Building.
That was the Chrysler Building
|operation_cannonball - 2007-10-04 |
"Your parents were human."
|Singing Penis - 2007-10-04 |
The play is funny as hell, but it's sad that they've given up on actually fooling anyone.
|glasseye - 2007-10-11 |
Heh, I believed the hot dog too, NYC is completely insane after all. Didn't notice the Empire State Building being viewable from itself, but that is hilarious.
The Shakespeare "manuscript" and Darwin "recordings" were awesome. I bet some idiot goes to the NY library and asks for those... :D
|RockBolt - 2007-10-16 |
|PeteyCruiser - 2008-07-31 |
didn't the boredoms play in washington square park on 7/7/07?
|The Townleybomb - 2009-11-05 |
+1 for Jim Davis' Grave.
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