I find this incredibly disturbing so I’m posting it in the hopes that it incredibly disturbs you as well. And now ladies and gentlemen, the official 2001 Space Odyssey opener. (Mmmm…Also Sprach Zarathustra or something like that)
This is what happens when someone sings a song phonetically in English, but doesn’t actually speak any English. A sober reminder to the rest of us that have tried to learn a karaoke song in Mandarin or Cantonese and think that we’re “pretty darn close”. Bulgarian Idol 2 female vocal audition sings the song Without [...]
(Part Two is the performance, so I post it first) Itzhak Perlman and Peter Schickele mix it up in a hilarious duet at a Boston Pops Concert with John Williams conducting. Part 1 is mostly the setup, with Peter Schickele expounding on the life of P.D.Q. Bach, “the 21st of Johann Sebastian Bach’s 20 children.” [...]
The Christmas holiday is one of the most difficult times of the year to stay ‘green,’ but rocket launching our Christmas tree was a great way to recycle our trash destined tree. 32 large rocket engines and some careful calculations ensured fun for the whole family.
Rowan Atkinson 1979 in a sketch “The Piano Player”. A little high brow comedy from back in the day. The first piece he plays is the first movement of the Pathetique Piano Sonata in C minor by Beethoven.
Rowan Atkinson interviews Elton John at Hysteria 3 (1991) This was a little obscure, but in conversation with a clown he mentioned this interview so I looked it up. I thought it was very entertaining.
This is so great. Jeanie Anderson in the Miss Philippines Pageant.
In a parody of the 9/11 attacks a group of stormtroopers talk about that fateful day the death star exploded.
I don’t really understand this, but it sure is entertaining.
A little girl asked her father: “How did the human race appear?” The father answered, “Many years ago there were monkeys from which the human race evolved.” Two days later the girl asked her mother the same question. The mother answered, “God made Adam and Eve; they had children; and so was all mankind made.” [...]