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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Ed Moxley, Jul 21, 2007.
This is why you don't do dumb things because they are on the internets.
I've always liked this one.. True story, after I lost someone close to me, I'd regularly watch this to cheer me up. Low brow I know, but It'd always put a smile on my face:
These two kill me.
Completely NSFW. Good stuff all the way through, but the back and forth with Triump the Comic Dog (starting about 3:30) KILLS.
Science!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rjbtsX7twc&feature=youtu.be(Ashamed to admit I only understand about 10%)
This one never gets old...
This will only really be funny this week, but it kills me
Now that reminds me of some web series I used to watch about Star Wars fans in a supermarket. I'll have to try to figure out what that was.
Edit two seconds later: didn't take long. Chad Vader. Forgot it even existed.
Oops! sorry, technical difficulties.
And now, Microsoft's latest commercial...Or is it Google's?
Or just whatever shows up for folks who don't know the difference?
Tonight, to take my mind off a horrible event that happened elsewhere this evening, this is priceless to recently discover.
I think the lore to go with that play, Jack, is that after they finally got the field cleared the umpires snuck Chambliss back out on the field to touch home plate.
Yes, indeed, they did bring him back later. They understood that the rule about failing to touch the plate didn't apply in this case.
This call is a million times better than the more famous one from ABC's national telecast in which Keith Jackson's attempt to call it was stepped on by Howard Cosell in mid-flight whereupon Howard just couldn't stop yapping. ABC also had a bad camera angle of the play using the high above home plate shot and also missed that great isolated replay of Chambliss doing a Carlton Fisk and throwing his arms up in triumph. It's too bad that this is the only part of the telecast unfortuantely that still exists in the WPIX vault.
This kills me. Seth Rogan and James Franco take on Kanye & Kim
I stumbled upon this clip tonight.
One of my all-time favorite songs: This Could Be the Start of Something Big (written by Steve Allen).
Performed here in 1958 by Steve Allen, Ann Sothern, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme...and Dinah Shore.
By the way, I'm pretty sure that's Frank Gorshin doing his impression of Frank Sinatra.
Came across this one today, a bunch of dance clips from movies set to "Safety Dance".