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Here are Two of the Best Parody Music Videos Ever Made, Period

July 29, 2020 3 comments

As long-time readers might remember, over the years, I have have often posted linked to iconic music videos.. especially ones that I happen to like. This post is a somewhat different, because it showcases two of the best parody music videos ever made- by a long shot. And yes, both are by Al Yankovic are are from the 1990s aka the last good decade in american history.

The first one, ‘Smells Like Nirvana‘ is a spoof of ‘Smells like Teen Spirit‘ by Nirvana. Released in 1992, a year after the original hit song and music video- it is notable for using the same location and many extras from the original.

The second one, ‘Amish Paradise‘ is a surreal take on ‘Gangstas Paradise‘ by Coolio. Released in 1996, a year after the song and video it parodied, it is today more famous than the original.

Enjoy! Comments?

Funny YT Spoof about Similarities between ‘Woke’ Leftists and Racists

July 20, 2020 14 comments

So.. famous journalist, Matt Taibbi, has been writing and speaking out about how ridiculous and dangerous “woke” culture has become. Here is his recent and epic dissection of Robin DiAngelo’s bullshit aka “White Fragility”. Also have a look at this posts on how the left has become the very thing they allegedly despised, as late as 2010. In that vein, here is a YT spoof about the disturbing similarities between the beliefs of the “woke” left and plain old racists like Richard Spencer. I am sure some of you might it especially funny.

What do you think? Comments?

Funny Music Video from 2014: Literally I Can’t (Shut The Fuck Up)

July 9, 2020 13 comments

A few days ago, while going down another YouTube hole late at night, I came across a catchy and funny music video which attracted the ire of SJWs and “feminists” when released in 2014. Yes, we are talking about “Literally I Can’t” by Play-N-Skillz, featuring Redfoo, Lil Jon, and Enertia McFly. I am guessing that at a few of you might remember the manufactured controversy surrounding its release. If you don’t, watch it and tell me what you think about it.

Enjoy! Comments?

Categories: LOL, Music Video, YouTube

A Recent Clip of Senator Kennedy talking about Jeffrey Epstein’s Death

November 21, 2019 4 comments

I came across this interesting clip, from two days ago, of Senator Kennedy (R-LA) at a Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing. The punchline is: “Christmas ornaments, drywall and Jeffrey Epstein – name three things that don’t hang themselves”. And yes.. the clip is on the YT channel of C-SPAN. I am sure that many of you are eager to express your thoughts on this topic.

Here are some of my older posts about this specific topic and Jeffrey Epstein in general.

New Investigation of Jeffrey Epstein is More Problematic for Democrats (after he was rearrested).

Some Thoughts on Jeffrey Epstein’s Interactions with Teenage Girls (after he was jailed).

Initial Thoughts on Jeffrey Epstein’s Suicide While Under Suicide Watch (after his “suicide”).

What do you think? Comments?

Meme about Kaitlin Bennett aka Another Female ‘White Identity’ Grifter

February 26, 2019 8 comments

A few months ago, my Twitter feed was full of mentions of the latest stupid antics of yet another female white identity grifter better known as Kaitlin Bennett. You might also remember her as the “open-carry girl” with long braided hair and a penchant for posing with ridiculously large guns. There is no shortage of dumb white guys with alt-right sympathies, is there?

Her choice of hairstyle, publicly views and other attention-whoring stunts are deliberately chosen to appeal to white guys of a certain ideological bent. At that time I posted this meme on one of my Twitter accounts. Ya.. and her target audience is exactly who you think. Then again, she is just exploiting the delusions of suckers, so I guess that is sorta OK.

What do you think? Comments?

On Late Medieval Depictions of Cuckolds and ‘Modern’ Men in Pussyhats

January 1, 2019 1 comment

So.. this is from a post which I started sometime ago, but never got around to finishing up and posting. It concerns the similarity between late medieval comical depictions of cuckolded men’s headgear and all those male ‘feminists’ in pussyhats. Is it just me, or do you also see the peculiar similarity between them. I, for one, find the resemblance to be darkly comic.

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YouTube Recording of a Recent Standup Set by Louis CK: Dec 31, 2018

December 31, 2018 1 comment

Here is the long version of Louis CK’s new standup comedy set.. you know, the one in which he said something about the scammers who use the untimely death of their schoolmates to enhance their careers. Two warnings: first, the full recording is almost 50 minutes. Second, download it because I am not sure how long it will stay up on YouTube.

The allegedly ‘controversial’ part starts at around 23:00 minutes into the set.

What do you think? Comments?

Clip from Jimmy Dore Show about the Media Coverage of ‘RussiaGate’

December 14, 2018 4 comments

I can be a little lazy about writing up posts which are not in my core areas of interest. On such occasions, it helps if somebody else writes a similar post or produces a video making a largely similar point. As some of you might remember, I have previously linked to clips from ‘The Jimmy Dore Show’. Here is one of the latest, in which he shows how corporate media talking heads have been predicting the ‘Fall of Trump’ and the ‘End of his Presidency’ for almost two years now. What makes this one especially hilarious is that even the phrasing and wording of their talking points have not changed much over past two years ago. And he is not the only one who had noticed it. Yesterday, I saw a tweet by Michael Tracey in which he made a similar observation.

FYI, Jimmy Dore is no fan of Trump and nor is Michael Tracey. Then again, they don’t have warm feelings for the establishment wing of Democratic Party either. Interestingly, both were far less certain about HRC’s chances of winning the 2016 presidential election. As I have also noted in a previous post, the establishment democrat obsession with RussiaGate fairly tales comes down to their unwillingness to accept that their anointed candidate in 2016 was rather unpopular and their neoliberal political platform has lost public support over past two decades. The same can be said about the larger political establishment, media and ‘deep state’ who see the election of that orange buffoon as a temporary aberration rather than one symptom of a much larger problem.

Anyway, have a look at the clip and marvel at the comically petulant behavior of our media ‘elite’. Don’t forget that each one of these talking heads make multiple millions per year.

What do you think? Comments?

One Quick Thought on Kaitlin Bennett’s Habit of Posing with Guns

October 19, 2018 15 comments

I am sure that some of you, in the past few months, have come across one or more photo of another new CONservative “celebrity” known as Kaitlin Bennett on Twitter. Her shtick is posing with guns in public places to supposedly defend ‘open carry’ laws. While I am a supporter of the right to bear arms (read some of my older posts), it is hard to ignore that her posing aesthetic is deliberately reminiscent of a particular 12-year long period in 20th century European history.

Here.. take a look and don’t tell me you did notsee this coming. And she know what she is doing.

What do you think? Comments?

Vintage Kanye West: “George Bush Doesnt Care About Black People”

April 25, 2018 3 comments

As many of you must have heard by now, Kanye West posted some tweets earlier today in which he expressed a measured degree of support for Donald Trump. As expected, every corporate media outlet and hordes of SJWs on twitter are trying to portray him as some sort of dangerous and unbalanced idiot. Then again, this would not be the first time the corporate media was upset about something Kanye West said about politics or politicians.

Here is the famous clip from 2005 where Kanye gives one probably the most succinct (and highly unexpected) analysis of the policies of Bush43 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Some of you might also remember that slavish corporate media outlets were highly critical of him at that time. Ironically, his televised comments went on to open the floodgates for widespread and open public criticism of the many failings of Bush43 administration.

What do you think? Comments?

Michael Cohen is the Non-Fictional Version of Barry Zuckerkorn from AD

April 17, 2018 3 comments

In the past, more than one commentator has noted the peculiar similarities between members of the Trump family and his successful presidential campaign to characters and the story arc of the cult comedy TV series “Arrested Development“. It now seems that the usual similarities between reality and that TV series have stepped up one notch within the last few days. In fact, one of the central plotlines of the 4th season was the Bluth family trying to resurrect their family fortunes by pushing for the construction of a wall between USA and Mexico which was sold to racist voters as a way to “keep those Mexicans out”.

Some of you might remember the character of Barry Zuckerkorn, played by Henry Winkler, who is the loyal but highly incompetent lawyer of the Bluth family. One of the running gags in that series was that Barry (with a few exceptions) somehow always managed to make problems worse than they were prior to his involvement. Enter Michael Cohen, Trump’s long-time personal attorney, who has managed to make the whole situation around making payouts to women who claimed to have affairs with Trump in the past, far more problematic than necessary. Most of you would agree that the overall similarities between the two are considerable.

and here is a YT clip of one of the very few times his character displays competence, on a very topical issue.

What do you think? Comments?

Bush and Trump: History Repeats.. First as Tragedy, Then as Farce

April 14, 2018 8 comments

Presented without comment in response to the yesterday’s developments in Syria.

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Two Controversial and Funny Skits from Dave Chappelle’s Old Show

June 27, 2017 3 comments

Here are two of the more controversial but funny clips from the old Dave Chappelle’s show on Comedy Central. Even though it ran for only two full and one partial season (28 episodes total), the cultural impact of this show is such that most people in USA still remember it. I doubt that such a show would ever be approved nowadays, and not just because of the gratuitous and pretty clever use of the ‘n’ word.

Both of the clips I am linking to in this post are actually quite clever and still relevant. The first one (which is actually from the pilot episode) is about a black-hating black guy who happens to be blind and cannot therefore appreciate the irony of his popularity among what appear to be southern white supremacists who look suspiciously like the type of people at Trump Rallies in 2016. Then again, we have seen more than a few black republicans who fit this profile.

The second one (from the second episode of 2nd season) makes very gratuitous use of the ‘n’ word is actually a critique on the willing blindness of white people to their racism towards blacks. Setting it as a “Leave it to Beaver” style TV sitcom set in the 1950s makes it especially clever since so many older whites, especially the type who vote republican, see that decade as some mythical golden age- which it was most certainly not.

Clip 1: Clayton Bigsby: The Black White Supremacist – Part 2

Clip 2: The Niggar Family

Enjoy! Comments?

Couple of YouTube Clips from a 2004 Comedy Roast of Trump

June 23, 2017 2 comments

Came across a couple of YouTube clips from the 2004 Friar’s Club Roast of Donald Trump. You might be surprised at how prescient some of the jokes turned out.

Clip 1: Jeff Ross Roasts Donald Trump.

Clip 2: Susie Essman Roasts Donald Trump

Enjoy! Comments?

The Interesting Origins of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Campaign Slogan

June 4, 2017 6 comments

A few months ago (before the 2016 american presidential election), I came across an interesting blog post which traced the origin of Hilary Clinton’s now infamous “I’m With Her” campaign slogan. The short version of the story is that it is almost the ad verbatim translation of the slogan for Paul von Hindenburg‘s 1932 campaign for the German presidency. For the record, Hindenburg won that election against Adolf Hitler. Paul Hindenburg died at age 86 in 1934 and the rest, as they say, is history.

FYI: “Mit Ihm” = “With Him” or “I Am With Him”.

What do you think? Comments?