A guy by the name of Jonathan McIntosh (creator of Rebellious Pixels) put together this terrific video mashing-up Donald Duck cartoons and Glenn Beck’s radio show.
Oddly enough, Beck sounds like he’d make a great radio host in the 1950’s. His brain is certainly still living there.
This isn’t the only political remix he’s done. Be sure to check out McIntosh’s website Rebellious Pixels for some more great stuff.
Glenn Beck actually responded to he video on his radio show. But I didn’t feel like posting the straight feed, so I decided to put up another Disney mash-up featuring the audio.
Yes Glenn, The Walt Disney Company is working with the communists to take you down. Disney has a history of left-leaning sympathies. I suppose you think that Disney is also plotting to undermine our culture by building Hebrew schools everywhere.
I thought there was no possible way to make a good parody of Old Spice’s “The Man Your Man Can Smell Like” ad video. I was mistaken. It appears that the writers of Sesame Street worked it to perfection with Grover — obviously the monster equivalent of Isaiah Mustafa.
I just had to put the original up too.
The greatest kid show of all time + the greatest commercial of all time = Greatest (Something) WIN
Some bonus videos after the jump. Continue reading “We can turn off the Internet now.”
“Raids on bars are not unusual these days in New Haven, where huge crowds in a cluster of downtown nightspots have lately turned rowdy. But the sweep last weekend has reverberated far beyond Elevate, a second-floor club on Crown Street, angering students and perplexing administrators in the Gothic halls on campus….
Yale deans have urged students to write up accounts of the police action, and sent mental-health counselors to the two residences, Ezra Stiles College and Morse College, that organized the event. On Thursday, a group of students plans to walk to police headquarters with their formal complaints….
The statement said police officers had been trying to “defuse the chaotic situation” in Elevate, which was 58 percent over its legal occupancy — an “egregious violation.” Four students were arrested, and one was cited for under-age drinking.” (-The New York Times 10/8/10)
This is outrageous. Absolutely outrageous. These low-income students were just trying to have fun in their podunk little town of New Haven, Connecticut. Life dealt them a bad hand, they were just trying to make the best of their hopeless surroundings. Growing up in the tough streets of New Haven means that you’ll spend the rest of your life there. You can have big dreams of going to the big cities, but you know you’ll just be stuck in New Haven going to crappy Yale University.
Continue reading “Oh no! Yale kids can’t party!”
Let me introduce you to Anamanaguchi, probably the greatest chiptune band named Anamanaguchi ever. They’re a New York based band that specializes in music that sounds straight out of a video game. It’s made up of guitarist/songwriter/programmer Peter Berkman, bassist James DeVito, guitarist Ary Warnaar and drummer Luke Silas. The band was formed while they were students at NYU. (Which would make a Fordham Ram like me very upset.)
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All eyes watched as the great leaders of the world descended upon the sleepy little village known to locals as Man-hatt-an for The 65th United Nations General Assembly. The event commenced on September 23, 2010 and concluded the following week. The highlight of early proceedings had been the General Debate, where presentations were given by each of the delegations from around the world. This year’s conference provided foreign dignitaries such as Pres. Barack Obama (USA), Deputy PM Nicholas Clegg (UK), and Pres. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (Liberia) the opportunity to give impassioned speeches calling upon all nations to cooperate in order to ensure amiable and peaceful international relations for years to come. However, the UN General Debate also offers a platform for some of the world’s most powerful assholes.
Continue reading “United Nations: International Douchebag Convention”