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Pure, unadulterated awesomeness....

Kids, don't talk to robots.

YouTube - 3 funny PSA's

Perhaps the most awesome game ever.

YouTube - Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet - trailer

I'll post my favourite from DrunkTube:

Here, for your viewing pleasure, are the Top 10 remakes of the original Daft Punk Bodies video. Selections were made on the basis of WTF, OMG, TRASHY, LOL, and dance skillz.

The Daft Punk Bodies of Youtube, Top 10: Pics, Videos, Links, News

  CBC: The Amazing Internet

A cute video from the late 1980s about this revolution called "Internet". Seems like parody today, but I guess this is what it was like back then.

YouTube - The Amazing Internet

Kind of funny, in the same way a SNL skit's funny, and goes on too long.

But I suppose it's apropos, since I recently tore off my little rotten deck and replaced it with a big new deck made of hard wood. Had 20 people on it last Saturday.

YouTube - Blue Collar Comedy Tour - BIG DECK - starring Drew Carey

R.I.P. Billy Mays

As a bonus, get not one, not two, but three additional funny videos! What a deal!

  Movies based on toys

Hey, let's get Hollywood to ruin all of our childhood toy memories!

  RoboGeisha Movie Trailer

Yup, right here.

You know, I think it's still too long.

The guys over at Topless Robot were commenting on how Disney seems to be sabotaging Miyazaki's new film, Ponyo, by releasing the DVD months before its North American theatre opening. It may be true, it's probably true. But the TR guys suggest this is because Ponyo looks too weird for U.S. audiences, and Disney knows it.

I'd tell you not to bother seeing it in the theater, except that Disney is already doing a fine job of that, since they'll be releasing the DVD of Ponyo a month before the film premieres in the U.S. Making the theatrical release utterly irrelevant. Which is fine in the sense that Ponyo is clearly fucking insane in the way that is whimsical and somehow reasonable to mass Japanese audiences, but kind of terrifying to mass U.S. audiences.

Maybe. Does this look kind of weird/scary/trippy for U.S. audiences?

That's nothing. Check this out. Now this is seriously fucked-up weird:

Go rent it. It's called Paprika, by Satoshi Kon, the guy who did "Tokyo Godfathers", and "Perfect Blue". This is a film that'll mess you right up.

I'm not sure what else to add, except it's a samurai who cuts a goddamn baseball in half.

YouTube - baseball attacked by samurai swordsman

I hated having to take piano lessons as a kid. Now I kind of regret that I didn't stick with it.

YouTube - Star Wars | "Cantina Band" | Ragtime Piano Duet | Martin Spitznagel & Bryan Wright

  Han Solo, P.I.

Tell me you wouldn't watch this every week if it were a primetime TV drama.

YouTube - Han Solo, P.I.

Speaking of cool (and fake) trailers, here's one film I would definitely go see.

Oh my god, they're eating all our sand!

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