Archive for August, 2007
Posted by glittrgirl on 31 August 2007
Posted by Paul Ayres on 29 August 2007
I am probably the last person to notice but Robert Llewellyn of Red Dwarf and Scrapheap Challenge fame is one of the many millions of residents of YouTube with his own channel etc. He’s trying to spend all of 2007 without buying anything new and has the occasional rant about the state of tv – he’s a charming and highly entertaining chap …
… and he has an official website as well
Posted by glittrgirl on 24 August 2007
Doing the rounds, but well worth a gander for a giggle….
Posted by glittrgirl on 23 August 2007
Via Metafilter – On the Efficiency of AC/DC: Bon Scott versus Brian Johnson By Dr. Robert J. Oxoby, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Calgary.
Posted by glittrgirl on 21 August 2007
Posted by Paul Smith on 17 August 2007
Nice idea – race around the world, using Google maps as your race track!
Posted by Paul Smith on 15 August 2007
This is superb – inmates of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center practice performing top 80’s zombie nonsense video ‘Thriller’, by Jacko. There are more videos of them including the final performance.
Posted by jezconollywriter on 14 August 2007
Bit of a crummy copy, but this was a highlight from 70s Jeux Sans Frontiers. Apparently Stuart Hall actually wet himself whilst commentating on this.
Posted by glittrgirl on 14 August 2007
…. on The Special Projects Idea Generator. Compelling…..
expensive collapsible clothing
exclusive torture soundsystem
jewel encrusted flying car…….
Posted by Martin Poulter on 10 August 2007
Watching this full-screen will definitely give you nightmares. The video and music are both interesting, although they don’t relate to each other all that well. Ted, being the single from the original and challenging Clark album Body Riddle, is actually one of the less interesting tracks. The Ted EP (available through Bleep) has an acoustic version of the track which is amazing: a music recording which according to all logic shouldn’t exist.