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I posted this in the HDTGM forums, but I figured it deserved a drop here as well, you alternative comedy-loving darlings. Also, I'm sorry for this, this is a nightmare:

 

The Dog is named 'Ketchup'.

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Jake!

 

As a high school English as a Second Language teacher this Japanese English lesson kills me. Who writes their lesson plans? I have so many questions, but I'll leave this to your verdant imagination and consideration.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKjaFG4YN6g

 

I love your show so much! I found you through Julie Klauser's podcast and am working through your back episodes. Just wonderful. Thank you!

 

Vince

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPedwnc5e_s

 

Of all the many people on youtube creating and playing homemade musical instruments, I don't think any beat Linsey Pollak for sheer creativity and audacity. He makes everything sound amazing, and he's bat shit crazy.

 

Here is the most extreme example of his craft.

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I just saw this commercial on tv, then found it online and watched it like 20 more times

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This might be way to NJ/NY hardcore inside basebal but it still cracks me up.

 

this is Stikman aka james ismean of Fury of Five's rap diss of Rick Healy aka Rick Ta Life of 25 Ta Life after Rick talked shit on Fury of Five.

 

it's called Healy's Wack

 

 

get Chris Gethard back on and show him this

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This is a parody of such odd and specific things that it stops being parody and simply becomes some kind of parallel universe of high octane cheese. This is a recent Australian WWII TV series presented as if it were made in the 60s, Baby!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZK0OQk_vShg

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So the Z-Machines are a band of Japanese Robot Musicians. The guitarist has 80 fingers and the drummer has 20 arms or whatever. Squarepusher composed some songs for them and there's an EP out. That's all well and honestly not very good, but also not so bad that I would be submitting it.

 

What I am posting here is their first ever live performance in Japan. The first 90 seconds of the video are just pure nightmare fuel.

 

 

That guitar robot just shrieking PUT YOUR ZIMA UP over and over again over a bad metal solo while the slogan flashes across his face where eyes should be...

 

I'm pretty sure this is a vision of what hell is like.

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I adore Juana Molina's music. She was a huge comedy star on Argentinian TV before she gave it up for her first love, music. That can't have been easy considering how unique her sound is.

 

It's unimaginable that U.S. or European stars would allow themselves to be presented in such a funny, silly and playful way as Molina does here. It's only mildly frightening, come on and watch!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGlJjVdzPDY

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Scarlett Johansson is so god damn frustrating as an actress. She's absolutely perfect in movies like Her, Don Jon, Lost in Translation, and she looks great in Under the Skin. Then she does bullshit like this, or even as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow. I'd buy Jake Fogelnest as the sexy Avengers super-spy before I believed Johansson was Black Widow.

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Welcome to Hollywood Upstairs Medical Colleges new e-learning seminar series, also known as a pair of disembodied hands wildly gesticulating over some boobies before performing 'surgery' with little more than a condom, some plastic wrap, and surgical tape.

 

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This thread needs some Richard Pryor goodness...

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great punk band from the 1980s Tupelo Chain Sex, I didn't even know they had a music video tell i did a search on youtube the other day, this was a great band.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J23M4kMZDwc

Like most punk bands the music video doesn't do them just. not sure why there is skateboarding in this video.. as it's not a surf punkband.

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On the one hand, I think Tiny Tim being famous is the type of thing that could only have happened in the 1960s, on the other, I kind of wish he was around today and had access to the technology of Youtube and outlets like 'Billy on the Street' or 'Funny or Die.'

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Since Michael Alig is freshly out of jail, I thought maybe this wacky early 2003 time capsule is worth discussing, or at least the mess the guy made of his life and the lives of those around him:

 

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On the subject of people having accidents, back in the early '70s there was a band called Bloodrock who did a song called D.O.A. I was six at the time, and my friends and I were fascinated with and haunted by this song. We'd listen to it like a bunch of ghouls and puzzle over the meaning of the bloody lyrics in the same way we might share a recap of a grisly horror movie or scary nightmare. Listening to it now, it's plodding, pretentious, silly, and funny. It's also an eternal mystery as to how this ever became a national hit at the time.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwyg2YpxdrE

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