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Desc:Y'know, it really does take a worried man.
Category:General Station, Classic TV Clips
Tags:Devo, 80s, Booji Boy, down there, that money
Submitted:William Burns
Date:10/02/07
Views:1985
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Comment count is 4
Mike Tyson?! - 2007-10-02
She needs money for a bikini wax, huh?
Old_Zircon - 2007-10-02
This is the most boring video on the Devo video collection, which is to say it's pretty great but not as good as Love Without Anger or Girl U Want.
OldScratch - 2007-10-02
Yes. A dwarf among Devo videos, but, when measured against the video products of recent 'artists', a COLOSSUS!

Which reminds me of the art exhibit curated by a friend of mine in Los Angeles, featuring the paintings of one of Devo's founding members. She was disappointed at the tame, Norman Rockwell-esque paintings of suburban Americana, until she was closing the exhibit on the first night. After everyone left, she checked the bathrooms, turned off the gallery lights, and was delighted to see the artist had embellished all the paintings with invisible, 'glow in the dark' devil horns, boobs, giant penises, and little clouds of glowing fart gas coming from their butts. Ever since that momentous evening, all Devo videos have been granted a minimum of 5 stars. Minimum.
DrVital - 2007-10-03
I miss the days when all video collections had bookend sequences featuring SNL cast members.
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