Wednesday, September 27, 2006
All of the sudden, two decent Marmaduke links:
Marmaduke Explained lays down a heavy duty explanation for each day's Marmaduke comic.
The Marmaduke Project takes great pains to make Marmaduke less unfunny.
Almost too bizarre...this video seems to be an aerobics video that teaches Japanese women how to not get killed when American muggers try to take their money.
They keep chanting "Take Anything You Want" and "Spare Me My Life" while working out, and a George Costanza character threatens a woman with a knife.
News Flash!!! Another One on how to hail a taxi.
"Let Me Off at the Next Corner."
Neil Peart-inspired animated fan video for Rush's YYZ? OK.
Obviously inspired by this photo of him and his red Tama kit on a raft.
A woman walks into a Lexus dealership. She browses around, then spots the perfect car and walks over to inspect it. As she bends to feel the fine leather upholstery, a loud fart escapes her.
Very embarrassed, she looks around nervously to see if anyone has noticed her little accident and hopes a sales person doesn't pop up right now. But, as she turns back, there standing next to her is a salesman.
"Good day, Madame. How may we help you today?"
Very uncomfortably, she asks, "Sir, what is the price of this lovely vehicle?"
He answers, "Madame, I'm very sorry to say that if you farted just touching it...you're going to shit when you hear the price."
Ben Folds covering Such Great Heights accompanied by unwashed hipsters on wine glasses.
Originally by The Postal Service, terrifically done by Iron & Wine, and performed poorly on a mandolin. Is this song to become the touchstone indie rock for everybody to cover?
Thanks Exquisite Dead Guy