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Riskbreaker - 2010-05-10

Mullet overdose.

Also, Karate Kid was new age propaganda?

kingofthenothing - 2010-05-10

No kidding, man. You're not supposed to make "Davy Crockett Hat" a hairstyle.

I guess Karate Kid's message of evil is that "First you make them suffer, then you make them suffer some more" is really God's plan, and the movie portrayed this in a bad light.

Xero - 2010-05-10

There is no mercy in this dojo.

Kieran27 - 2010-05-10

Five stars for the example new age fellow who talked like he's explaining things to toddlers. I like to think he spoke like that to explain things to the Christians who would actually think the new age movement was something to worry about. And I dearly hope he gives sermons with that voice.

cognitivedissonance - 2010-05-10

When I was a kid growing up in Baptist-Land, we had an "occult expert" come in and warn us about how Proctor and Gamble were poisoning us.

He put up a slide projector full of various "occult" scenes from popular movies, and was dead serious that if any of us tried the Force Choke we'd accidentally kill somebody.

We spent the rest of that day Force Choking each other.

RoyCastle - 2010-05-10

i'm sorry about your friend accidentally dying

poetry publishing guide - 2010-05-10

I he was trying to approximate a stereotype of a mincing effete ho-mo-sexual, and was trying to imply that non-Christians are all pretty much big fags.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-05-12

Yes...approximate. That's the ticket!

poetry publishing guide - 2010-05-10

motherfuck, i wish this thing had a preview function. let me try that again:

I saw it more as him trying to approximate a stereotype of a mincing effete ho-mo-sexual, and attempting to convey that non-Christians, particularly those of the new age variety, are all gay, gay, gay.

poetry publishing guide - 2010-05-10

Also, poodle-dude's hairstyle, the excerpts from the "666" video, and well, just everything about this had me disbelieving that it was a genuine artifact, until I strolled back on over to YouTube and looked for more on this band. They totally and completely existed. They even have the 666 video up there. Fuck.

Creeps - 2010-05-10

These are for you, preview image.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-05-10

So apparently these guys are talking about religion or something, but every time they open their mouths all I hear is HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR!

memedumpster - 2010-05-10

It was obvious who the Alpha Mullet was, or maybe that was the Mullet Queen.

kingarthur - 2010-05-10

So, be careful of people who talk like hippie versions of Bobby Jindal? Or just beware of people who sound like Bobby Jindal?

Camonk - 2010-05-10

Goddammit, Memphis. You reach out through the mists of the 80s to make me ashamed of living here.

Binro the Heretic - 2010-05-10

Holy shit, I can smell the mullets across the vast gulf of time and space.

Two of them look like God-damned cocker spaniels.

Crucifried - 2010-05-10

"Cracker Spaniels"

mashedtater - 2010-05-11

gary busey and dave coulier have stapled a skinned poodle and a ferret respectively to their skulls to warn you about the new age movement.

you should take it seriously.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-05-12

I would very much like to see a movie version of this, as interpreted by Will Ferrell as poodle hair and Danny McBride as Fred.

And I'm sorry but I just don't think that Fred believes in New Age or even Buddhist concepts (not that there's a difference between them, amirite) but I do think his lisp means he's a giant faggot. Have fun with those anti Satanic jam sessions, Fred!

IrishWhiskey - 2011-07-17

"New Age Lie: Discovering the divine within will lead to supernatural powers".

What dangerous and immature nonsense. Everyone knows that discovering the divine will lead to the omniscient and omnipotent master of the universe sometimes using his supernatural powers help you find your keys or get better from the flu when you telepathically summon him. People don't have powers 'themselves'. Duh.

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