Makerbot recently posted a Terry Bozzio video. Here is further support for what research has proven time and again: that non-sociopathic drummers use their spare time to acquire too many drums, which they then overplay. In some ways the above video is a more disturbing example. For where Mr. Bozzio employed instruments in a range of pitches (therefore demonstrating some higher-order thinking), this character for some reason has about 50 of the same crash cymbal, and seems intent on hitting them all. A drummer with only basic skills could do the same thing with two. WTF?
Seriously. Clever and not easily thwarted.
Also reminded me of this bit from early Letterman, which I was delighted to find on the youtubes.
GLaDOS, a supercomputer who becomes increasingly malevolent as the game progresses, sings to you at the end of Portal. Funny and catchy, courtesy of Jonathan Coulton.
The cake is a lie!
Happy Who Day, mods.
“Pete must be on Ozzy levels of coke!”
Such a talent.
Martin Short breaks down his most iconic roles, including his characters in ‘Saturday Night Live,’ ‘Three Amigos,’ ‘Mulaney,’ ‘Second City,’ ‘Mars Attacks!,’ ‘Jiminy Glick,’ ‘The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause,’ ‘Innerspace,’ ‘Three Fugitives,’ ‘Father of the Bride,’ and ‘The Willoughbys.’
Rick Beato is the man.
Spell your porm correctly.
Spot the Ripoff is a fun game songwriters play with other people’s songs. It took me most of the day, but goddammit, I figured it out.
This is from a few years ago but the exhibition is currently in New York. Fucking pandemic!
20 minutes of therapeutic Gameboy Advance restoration.