Awesome Muzak

Friday, August 14, 2009

I think this might be an interesting thing to do. You know, ripping ideas from Bunk Strutts.

Anyways, the point is I’ve selected 3 songs of which I am fond and I will be putting them up. And then I guess I’ll throw in something from my youtube favorites all special just for all of you.

My first selection would be The Clash. Don’t really feel like describing the videos any more than that. They can do the talking.

And the next video is a song called Nun Fight by Paul and Storm, one of the two artists that emerged in the aughts that I really enjoy listening to, the second being Jonathan Coulton.

That video probably also offended God like the previous two posts. My apologies. I’ll have to call up Jesus and we can go barbequing.

But with all heresy aside, here’s Elvis Costello.

Hope you enjoyed that, you ever-present, mostly not-commenting readers. Here’s your cool video I promised you.

Sources are available by watching the videos on youtube.


Not Much Soap, Too Much Cheese

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Don’t try to prove me wrong, Epic.

Thanks.

You’re from New Zealand, anyway.


Stuff I Need Passwords For

Monday, September 8, 2008

I’m bored and sick. I am registered with these things on the World Wide Interweb.

    1. Humor-Blogs, vote 😆 ! (Merry Christmas, diesel!)
    2. Kongregate. Fun game website with a badge-scoring system.
    3. Polldaddy for the fancy sidebar polls.
    4. WordPress, obviously
    5. Youtube

    That’s about it. This song is catchy.

    Thanks.

    If Geronimo jumped out of a plane, would he yell “MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE?”


    I Feel Fantastic

    Thursday, March 27, 2008

    As people should know, Jonathan Coulton is a great singer/songwriter. Here’s one of his songs that someone made a video for. It’s called “I Feel Fantastic,” and it was written because some scientist said that in the future, people could take a pill to make themselves feel a certain way. Not a good idea. Thanks. 


    Incredibly Catchy Song

    Friday, January 4, 2008

    Before you read further, click here. Anyway, if you listen to the ending song (made by Jonathan Coulton, not sung by him, though) it will be stuck in your head for at least a half an hour. Here it is:

    Thanks.