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Ersatz - 2010-09-29

I don't know, it could have used a child in a wheelchair saluting the Statue of Liberty, then turning to smile at his grandfather, who's wearing a WWII Army uniform. And maybe a few more eagles, and a couple of shots of monuments and buildings in DC. Or a parade through a small town, that could work.
The smiling 9/11 baby was a nice touch, though. Also firefighter angels hugging each other.

Jet Bin Fever - 2010-09-29

Wait, this wasn't up here already? How did we overlook that one? Oh well, 5 star despite the possible dupe... it's too good to get less.

And you know, he bears an uncanny resemblence to Pontifex Von Hummer. Maybe this was his pre-lobster incarnation?

Stopheles - 2010-09-29

I can only assume that this wasn't on here before because it's so firmly based in Web 1.0 or something - I think I had to actually download this before I saw it the first time (in November '01 or so).

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-09-29

Seeing this on POETV today is like going on Netflix and finding a movie you hadn't seen since the days of VHS.

Corman's Inferno - 2010-09-29



But I won't one-star it because there were no tags, and it was in the pre-73q "Music Videos" section. And also because I'm not an Obammy-lovin' socialist DEMONcRAT!

StanleyPain - 2010-09-29

Sorry for the dupe, but I couldn't find it. Also, I know I didn't use the YouTube title, but "The Worst Music Video Ever" is such a dumb, EPIC FAILZ LOL type of title.

IrishWhiskey - 2010-09-30

Although I agree, I'm not sure "The most patriotic song ever." is that different a title.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-09-29

September 11th, 2001: The day parody died in America.

twinkieafternoon - 2010-09-29

How does he have enough friends to film this?

Toenails - 2010-09-29

This is like an old friend you haven't seen since highschool dropping by for dinner and a long chat over whiskey and cigars.

memedumpster - 2010-09-29

I recognized this one second in.

kennydra - 2010-09-29

Oh my god, this.

I was reading the comments and thinking "this is probably something i haven't seen before, because i'm lame like that." and then i pressedp lay, and one microsecond later it all came back.

kennydra - 2010-09-29

I can't remember where i first saw it though. TV? I don't know! It was so long ago...

joelkazoo - 2010-09-30

It's a staple on the Found Footage Festival.

MagickPoultry - 2010-09-29

Goosebumps... all over my body.

fulakarp - 2010-09-29

I remember reading that this dude was like a Star Trek stunt man?

Adham Nu'man - 2010-09-30

There are stunts in Star Trek?

oddeye - 2010-09-29

I thought that was Weird Al for a moment there.

Wander - 2010-09-30

Good lord, this!

With how crazy we are, it's easy to forget just how much crazier we WERE right after 9/11.

Robin Kestrel - 2010-09-30

That's pretty patriotic, I guess. He should be blond and better-looking, though. He almost looks like he could be a foreigner (shudder).

tamago - 2010-09-30


tamago - 2010-09-30

Sorry, I didn't mean to reply to that. It was supposed to be a standalone comment.

The McK - 2010-09-30

Holy shit, the preload alone sends me whirling back down the time tunnel.

standard8mm - 2010-09-30

I remember this song. Its been a while.

Tobster - 2010-09-30

Alternate version:


chumbucket - 2010-09-30

I was hoping he'd drop to his knees and start this with "you sons-a-bitches! you finally did it!"

phalsebob - 2010-09-30

America mullets #1

dead_cat - 2010-10-02


The inescapable remix.

Feyd - 2010-10-02


John Holmes Motherfucker - 2013-03-04

Well, it looks like the terrorist win.

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