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11 Jul 2012 20:57 - 11 Jul 2012 21:02 #130451 by SaMoKo
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11 Jul 2012 21:48 #130457 by Black Barney
LOL, omg that was awful to watch. Does that abberation have a whole series about how to do stuff? Maybe like eating a Big Mac on one bite? Or how to soak your teeth in sucrose?

UGH, the last shot of her butt is the worst moment.

It's funny cuz the hardest part of putting a bandana on is tying it behind your head and that's the only part she doesn't show you how to do (although she has tons of trouble herself doing it).

man, what an awful watch. I hope I don't dream of it ever.

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11 Jul 2012 21:59 #130458 by SaMoKo
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11 Jul 2012 22:16 #130459 by SaMoKo

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11 Jul 2012 23:12 #130460 by SaMoKo

Black Barney wrote: LOL, omg that was awful to watch. Does that abberation have a whole series about how to do stuff? Maybe like eating a Big Mac on one bite? Or how to soak your teeth in sucrose?

UGH, the last shot of her butt is the worst moment.

It's funny cuz the hardest part of putting a bandana on is tying it behind your head and that's the only part she doesn't show you how to do (although she has tons of trouble herself doing it).

man, what an awful watch. I hope I don't dream of it ever.


It's beautiful. God bless Freedomland.

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11 Jul 2012 23:26 #130462 by Disgustipater

SaMoKo wrote: *acid trip video*

The messed up video effects remind me of this:

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20 Jul 2012 02:52 #131014 by Disgustipater
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20 Jul 2012 03:20 #131016 by QPCloudy
I enjoyed the fucking shit out of this!

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31 Jul 2012 18:41 #131705 by Dr. Mabuse
Should be an Olympic event.

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31 Jul 2012 20:02 #131712 by Shellhead
This thread won't be complete without Drunk Guy Buys More Beer:

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14 Aug 2012 04:33 #132496 by jeb
It's from wimp, so no embed, sorry. But classic Ricky Jay footage.

m.wimp.com/impressivecontrol/
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18 Sep 2012 19:59 #134560 by Disgustipater

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09 Nov 2012 19:54 #137509 by Hatchling
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09 Nov 2012 20:45 - 09 Nov 2012 20:46 #137524 by OldHippy
Awesome video Hatch! But it's no more propaganda then the video's we get right here in North America, I mean, not really.

Some of the things said in the video are hilarious ... and true.

-about celebrities smoking on TV and in movies

"Trained monkey collaborators of death" - that one's just funny

about Katie Price as a celebrity:

"many of the most famous celebrities have no talent at all" - totally true

-about Paris Hilton

"this narcissistic parasite" -totally true

about spending money on teenagers who turn sixteen

"despite the fact they have achieved nothing" a little hyperbolic but still, they have a point

on the purpose of our media machine

"keep the masses pacified and ignorant on the couch" - sounds like Noam Chomsky, it's a fine (if old) point

-about Tyra Banks talk show

"now has a talk show where she pretends to be concerned about peoples problems even though she has no qualifications" - completely true

-about the audiences for these stupid shows

"the audience doesn’t question the charade" mostly true but certainly a huge exaggeration

-about Tyra's true desires while her "country men kill, blow up and stab countless Iraqi's"

"She is only concerned with a life of style over substance" -I believe this one is true too.

I love these video's. They give us a perspective on ourselves that is, hopefully, filled with things we already know but we should hear anyway. I like the technique of purposefully saying things has harshly as possible to encourage the listener to think about the topic in a new way and this video does a great job of that if you have't considered these perspectives before. Thanks for the post man, I want to see more now and am off to find all I can.
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