... of Justin Bieber. Can a cute young white Christian boy make it in America?
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Brighten your day with another cute video from Pomplamoose. Bonus points for the stop-motion animation.
Honestly, I'm man enough to say I cried a little while watching this.
The original internet phenomenon is below, wherein an average guy named Matt travels the world to dance like an idiot, and in the process brings about world peace.
Wow, these are kind of disappointing.
This is so informative. Now everything makes sense. I only wish he went over to the techno side as well.
Bill Bailey, during rehearsals for Sonisphere UK.
Remix of Snow White by Pogo (or Fagottron, that unfortunate YouTube account name).
Apropos of nothing, here's some awesome Charleston dancing.
That lonely cloud shot itself. If only you had given it a friend.
Actually, it's just 46 or so versions of Harlem Nocturne. Draw the shades, put on your trench coat, and brood about the blonde with the legs that went on forever.
Also try and get a new lead on the McGuffin case. That one's been bugging you for a while.
Takes a long time to make, but the payoff is pure awesome.
Seriously, just listen to it!!
Cool list from Topless Robot. Here's #9:
Germany's Kraftwerk have often been mocked for their cold, mechanical sound (the most notable example being The Big Lebowski's nihilist band, Autobahn). Yet beyond their carefully constructed image and robotic vocals lies an innate desire for human connection. As heard above, 1981's "Computer Love" is a commentary on how technology can increase loneliness -- something that anyone with hundreds of Facebook friends yet no one to spend a Saturday with can relate to. Creating eerily prescient predictions of the perils of online dating is one thing, but Kraftwerk really established themselves as nerd icons with the release of a ditty called "Pocket Calculator." Guess what it's about.
It wants its two dollars!
The death metal edition...