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Bohemian Rhapsody by The Muppets

Well…what can I say?
See it for yourself…classic Muppets.
Thanks to Jeremy Larsen for the heads-up!

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Christopher Walken does Lady Gaga

Okay, this is pure silliness, so please take it as that. You have to admit that pretty much anything Christopher Walken does is funny. He could sit on stage and read a biology text book with that smirk of his and I’d probably laugh. So when Christopher Walken reads the lyrics of Lady Gaga song, “Poker Face,” I gotta admit, it’s entertaining. He sat and read the lyrics on a BBC talk show and someone “mashed” it with the actual Lady Gaga music video.

Enjoy.

Pre-Makes on YouTube…very clever!

My friend Kaare sent me a link to three of these “pre-makes” by a guy on YouTube. He cuts and splices together scenes from old movies and TV shows and creates fake previews of more recent classics. Check out the Ghost Busters “pre-make” below. And if you like it, here’s a link to his YouTube playlist of all his other “pre-makes” >>>

The iWood 3B

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You know those people. They have the iPhone and think they’re hot stuff, and everytime they get a new application they think they’re the coolest person on campus. They’ll inturupt a conversation to play with it. Everything goes back to the fact that they can do something or fix an issue with their iPhone. Well, you can be cool by saving money and the earth, while completely making a fool out of them!

The new iWood 3B >>>

20 Questions for Augusten Burroughs

Whether you liked Augusten Burroughs’ “Running with Scissors” or not, you’ll probably have to admit that he’s funny. So most people will probably enjoy these answers. He has a nice balance of humor and genuineness.

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From Popmatters.com:
What do you get when you mix Lolita, Dexter and Ignatious? Something like Augusten Burroughs.Ranked among the 25 funniest people in America by Entertainment Weekly Burroughs, satirist of so many things held precious in contemporary society, talks with PopMatters 20 Questions about a few people and things that he admires , not least a brave little girl named Anne Frank.

Read the Q&A at Popmatters.com >>>

Questions for Parks and Recreation

I’m assuming we’ve all asked the question, whether silently or out loud: “Is Parks and Recreation a female version of The Office, just in a new setting?”

Well, Paste Magazine has seven questions for the show.
Thursday saw the debut of NBC’s new comedy Parks and Recreation, starring Amy Poelher and Aziz Ansari as as a local government administrators every bit as ambitious and incompetent as one might expect from the likes of series creators Greg Daniels and Michael Schur, who adapted The Office for American audiences. Parks employs a similar mockumentary style, playing up humdrum moments and workaday minutia with expository interviews, steadicam field shots and pervasive awkwardness (which The Office does well) and already employing brazen silliness in lieu of plot and wide-eyed camera smirks in lieu of punchlines (which The Office increasingly does too much). Parks’ pedigree may well prove to be both its biggest asset and its biggest liability, but after only one episode (in which Knope takes on the arduous task of transforming an abandoned lot into a career-making community park, at the behest of a concerned citizen, played by Rashida Jones), it’s just too early to tell.

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Kanye West responds to Southpark episode

Last night’s South Park was pretty funny and Kanye West was the primary target, making him look like an ignorant arrogant self-centered jerk. And as we all know, Kanye wears his feelings on his shiny leather sleeve, and this is his response. He took it quite well…at least better than I thought he would.