Even professionals can’t keep a straight face.
Favorite YouTube comments …
I never thought angels would need us to pray for them
Inspirational. Being late 40’s, even 50 has yet to stop Corey in his career as a child star.
As a single working class parent through all my struggles trials and tribulations sometimes it’s hard to even feel human and even as the cost of living is going up suffocating me this song some how gives me the strength to get up in the morning and turn the today show OFF
I wish I had this kind of confidence in my life
Rock Band Stems! Here’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” which I’ve listened to a few times. I’m hearing lyrics I’ve never successfully deciphered before!
5:50 Electric Guitars
But today was the first time someone actually needed dumpster access mid-set… he was really reluctant about interrupting us, if only he knew how psyched we were to have someone throwing garbage into the very dumpster we chose. We were downright giddy. pic.twitter.com/n3Rw22G8Nz
— Brian Rosenworcel (@Bowl_of_Worcel) November 10, 2022
Gone but not forgotten!
This video is only concerned with the artists who contributed to Mad in it’s first two decades – even if some of them carried on for longer. I’ve got nothing against those who came later but I’m selfishly only dealing with the ones who inspired and influenced me as I grew up. They taught me more than 4 years of college ever did. Apparently in the early Kurtzman comic years Mad was printed in colour, although all the examples I found were black and white only, and according to a particularly grumpy viewer Dave Berg didn’t die until 2002. Mea culpa.
This trailer scared the shit out of me as a kid. Turns out, it’s based on an excellent Laird Koenig book from 1974. I just finished it on Kindle, so I may have to see if I can find the movie streaming somewhere.
Hint: It’s not the materials used.
I could easily spend a week in Adam Savage’s studio.
Niko and Wren travel to San Francisco to meet with Adam Savage and learn all about his vast collection of hand-made props, costumes, and other pieces of cinema and television history.
Also, now I want a 1962 Vespa.
I’m only about a third of the way through but I’m digging it so far. Man, I miss record stores …
Everyone thinks they know what killed Tower Records: The Internet. But that’s not the story. “All Things Must Pass” examines this iconic company’s explosive trajectory, tragic demise, and legacy forged by its rebellious founder Russ Solomon.