(PG-13: Language) “Do you have a nice car? Do you live in a cool house? Nobody knows what you’re going through.” Jazz fusion comedian Bill Wurtz plugs in the questions and platitudes from pop songs to create an optimized track that would make an A.I. feel proud.
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In animator Alan Becker’s latest clip, his famed stick figure characters take up residence on the pages of YouTube, watch classic viral videos, and encounter some of the many annoyances of Google’s popular streaming service. If your video stutters today, maybe this is why.
The giant robot duel between MegaBots and Suidobashi Heavy Industries has been delayed for more than a year. But the Americans finally appear to be ready. Meet Eagle Prime, the combat-ready – and hopefully pilot-safe – version of their hulking mech. USA! USA! USA!
We love a good burger as much as the next guy. We also love candy. So now there’s this. This cheeseburger gummy candy weighs in a nearly 1/2 a pound, and tastes like strawberries, not beef and American cheese. Sadly, it doesn’t ship to the US, but we’ve got a gummy hot dog.
Musician and all-around madman Andy Rehfeldt is back with another death metal cover. This time, he turns our favorite mild-mannered, cardigan-wearing neighbor into an angry member of the Army of Satan. Though at times, Andy’s death metal voice sounds a whole lot like Cookie Monster.
(PG-13: Language) A hilariously cynical bit from Vice News, in which The Black Keys co-founder Patrick Carney listens to snippets of music from other artists, and rips apart most of it for lazy writing, cheesy instrumentation, or just not being his kind of jam. More here.
The next time your smartphone acts up, just sit back and watch this 1949 training film from the Bell System, which walks us through the numerous steps that telephone operators had to go through to connect two parties. Just remember to restore your dialing key, folks.
(PG-13: Language, Gross) Aldo Jones doctored up footage from the already pretty over-the-top 2016 flick Deadpool, adding a helping heaping of his own inimitable wackiness to the madness on screen. That helicopter head thing seems legit to us. And marrying Negasonic Teenage Warhead too.
TBS presents a new series from the creator of The Regular Show. This time out, we’re dealing with humans with real problems as a young married couple deals with “everyday challenges as parenthood, friendship, ham theft, stripper clowns and choosing the right day care.”
(PG-13: Language) The idea of grabbing onto a fire hose dangling from a forklift, then taking it for a ride sounds like equal parts fun and insanity. But these off-duty firefighters did just that, as one of the guys hangs on for dear life at the end of a hose pumping out 200psi.