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Omega M.
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I just discovered that YouTube has tons of videos of live TV shows getting prank phone calls! Search for "East Coast Bob" or "Captain Janks" to get a bunch.
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The one...the only...the unsurpassed Cadbury Gorilla!
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Bill Gates' Last Day

The man can laugh at himself. Pretty funny.

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That was pretty amazing.
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Indeed.
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Connections - Episode 1, Part 1 of 5, an alternate view of change, by science historian James Burke

This is a fascinating and highly acclaimed 10-part documentary series that was first aired on the BBC, and subsequently on PBS in the US. It follows the history of science and technology with each episode tracking an ancient invention and its effects right up to the modern day (well, up to 1979). I am learning more from this series and from Connections 2 and 3 than I did in 12 years of schooling.

Ep 1, Part 2
Ep 1, Part 3
Ep 1, Part 4
Ep 1, Part 5 of 5

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Puffy Treat
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"Wet Biscuit" McGlee!
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Puffy Treat
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Colin knows what sound the Arctic Tern makes.
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rivka
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The 5-Minute FAFSA - surprisingly amusing

These are pretty good too. (Not funny, just useful.)

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Puffy Treat
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Little Rural Riding Hood

Tex Avery's comedic masterpiece, surpassed only by the sublime King-Size Canary. [Big Grin]

And from Chuck Jones we have Feed the Kitty, the first Pussyfoot and Marc Anthony short. [Cool]

(The scene where Marc Anthony thinks Pussyfoot has been mixed into cookie dough and baked in the oven may be -the- most horrible-yet-funny scene of any cartoon ever made.)

[ January 13, 2008, 04:41 PM: Message edited by: Puffy Treat ]

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From JH's sunscreen thread.

This video made me feel all warm and fuzzy.

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Puffy Treat
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At the moment he's just 'The Doodlebug'...

“My apartment is infested with koala bears. It's the cutest infestation ever. Way better than cockroaches. When I turn on the light, a bunch of koala bears scatter, but I don't want them too. I'm like, Hey... Hold on fellows... Let me hold one of you, and feed you a leaf." - Mitch Hedberg [Big Grin]

[ January 15, 2008, 08:13 PM: Message edited by: Puffy Treat ]

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Yes, I know it's a little late, but I think this German version of Silent Night is absolutely beautiful.
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charlie bit me

Sorry if this has been posted before. This is probably one of my favorites. Every time I watch it, it makes me laugh so hard.

dog attacks his foot

And this one is just so absurd, I can't help loving it.

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Puffy Treat
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"Well look! A female lady skunk of the fair sex!"

Pepe Le Pew's funny. [Cool]

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"Le pant...le pant...le heave..."

[ROFL]

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Mickey's Trailer

One of my favorite cartoons as a kid, and one of the few I still remember as an adult.

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quote:
Originally posted by rivka:
The 5-Minute FAFSA - surprisingly amusing

These are pretty good too. (Not funny, just useful.)

This one, while not all that useful, is kind of funny.
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What if you spoke like you commented?

Lots of profanity, but so funny.

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quote:
Originally posted by Luet13:
charlie bit me

Sorry if this has been posted before. This is probably one of my favorites. Every time I watch it, it makes me laugh so hard.

That was great. Along the same lines blood not funny.
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Richard Stallman Cranking Dat Soulja Boy

Not a parody! This is what the internet was made for (not as funny if you don't know RMS).

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I'm constantly amazed at the popularity of that song - it's beyond obscene.

EDIT - Actually, I don't know why that amazes me.

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quote:
Originally posted by GaalDornick:
What if you spoke like you commented?

Lots of profanity, but so funny.

FIRST! [Smile]
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Barking cat.
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Emergency Landing, a funny short.

DeathofBees, I learned a lot from Connections too. Most of which I've probably forgotten. But the main theme stuck with me: innovations add up, are remembered (usually) and are improved on (eventually).

[ January 19, 2008, 05:04 PM: Message edited by: Morbo ]

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MIT's new drawing board.

An impressive composite of technologies.

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quote:
Originally posted by GaalDornick:
What if you spoke like you commented?

Lots of profanity, but so funny.

There's a sequel.

still needs a profanity warning.

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Shadow puppets!
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Cute Cats

Dolphins playing with bubble rings

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quote:
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Shadow puppets!

Clever! I'd love to watch that live and see the puppeteer's hands.
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"Tapioca! Tapioca!"

I love it when Colin destroys Ryan. [Big Grin]

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Let the golden tones of the Groovie Goolies take you away.
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I heard this song on the college radio station yesterday and thought it was worthy of a YouTube search. Nice live performance:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THpiiDVGn0Q

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Cookie Monster shares.
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Dramatic Lemur
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3-2-1 Contact's Cosmic Clock!
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Sever year old sings the national anthem - AMAZING (taken from OSC's Review of Everything)
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Sarah Silverman is ****** Matt Damon. (NSFW, censored language)
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quote:
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Sarah Silverman is ****** Matt Damon. (NSFW, censored language)

Okay... Sarah Silverman baffles me. On the one hand, I find myself sometimes laughing at her, just because she's so outrageous. A rabbi I once knew said that humor is the incongruous, and that we laugh when things are out of whack. But she's gross. I mean, she's honestly gross and nasty, in a really filthy way sometimes.

I can watch Lisa Lampenelli, with all of her ethnic slurs, and I think she's hilarious. Because she's clearly doing it for the fun. With Silverman... I don't know. There's something really almost evil lurking there. But then, I laugh at her sometimes. Usually, I just blush, though, and wonder how she can possibly not blush as well.

Was that completely made up, btw, or did she actually break up with Jimmy Kimmel using that video? I mean, he didn't seem amused, and the look on her face at the end of the video... Ick.

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I dunno. I watch Sarah Silverman as easily as I watch Stephen Colbert. They're both so disgusting that it's obviously a joke to me. Lampenelli I just find gross, period, but that's probably because she's a gross looking woman.

Also: yes, made up, anti-Damon gags are kind of a running joke on the Kimmel show.

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Those two videos in combination are so fantastic.
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Scott Kurtz on making and breaking bad artistic habits.

Is it just me, or is this funnier and more clever than many of the actual PvP strips? [Big Grin]

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Annoying Devil

This is part of a British show called Balls of Steel. If you generally find this sort of crude humor amusing, then this will hit your funny bone in a big way.

WARNING: not exactly work safe, profanity and the like.

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If spiders really creep you out, then watch this at your own risk.

It's totally worth it, though.

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Tupac Lives! Such a funny Chappelle Show skit.
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The voices of a certain cartoon show don't want to be typecast.
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I'm sorry, my brain's having trouble dealing with that.
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Warning: some Foul Language. Please Be Advised


wow, i just decided that i didnt want to do any of the long list of stuff i need to do and that i should be looking up all the spoofs of "My New Haircut."

wow. some were pretty funny, until i found one of a 3 year old asian kid saying the skit line for line. that kid's older brother is just mean, making a 3 year old asian kid in a botton down shirt and tie say things "****ing skank!" and "Im getting some pussy tonight."

i was a bit shocked.

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Baby Troll Smile. Another video in the realm of babies doing weird/funny things.
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This is one of the most moving things I've seen in a while.

I really want the sheet music to whatever he's playing.

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