Still not exactly sure what I just watched. Seems a little intense. Actually, i’m not even sure “intense” is the right word.
I watched this last night on Conan, and I still don’t know which words I should use to describe it. Beautiful? Engrossing? Magnificent? I want to hate Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda for existing, but I can’t hate anything that Conan O’Brien is apart of. Especially something with such a spectacular death scene.
Video by “The Verge“
Music is the essence of life. I think Bill Paxton said that, and quite frankly we agree with everything that man/God has to say. While it’s cool to see artists create original music, everybody loves a good cover song, and we’re no different. Sometimes the cover version of a song even ends up being better than the original. Here are our personal favorites.
In My Life – Dave Matthews Originally by The Beatles
Pretty much the most amazing cover of any song I have ever heard. The video on YouTube has 172,000 views and i’m pretty sure I account for at least 130,000 of those views. This is one of those songs that takes you to the brink of depression one moment and the next fills you with jubilation. (Jubilation is my word of the day). To say Dave kills this song would be an understatement. I can bet there wasn’t a dry eye in the house after he was done making sweet love to his guitar.
All Along The Watchtower – Jimi Hendrix Originally by Bob Dylan
Nobody played the guitar like Jimi Hendrix, and nobody could cover a song like him either. The greatness of this song can be summed up like this: when you think of All Along the Watchtower, you think of Jimi Hendrix. Legend has it Bob Dylan himself has admitted that it’s Jimi’s song now, even if it’s Dylan’s lyrics and creation. The only sad part of this song, and every other Jimi Hendrix song, is that it reminds me how great he could have continued to be.
The Rock stopped by ‘The Tonight Show’ to promote his new Hercules movie coming out this Friday, and naturally they got into some sketch comedy. The Fungo Brothers isn’t my favorite sketch of all-time, but it’s cool to see celebrities be game to spoof themselves, even though The Rock has done that his entire career in the wrestling ring. Someone needs to write a strongly worded letter to YouTube telling them Dwayne Johnson doesn’t exist. He’s The Rock. Past, present, future. Also, I watched these videos out of context from the show, but why is The Rock pulling an FDR with a blanket over his legs at the beginning of the second video? Not a cool impression, Dwayne.
Whenever you lose faith in the world/humanity, just remember Bill Murray is out there somewhere eating a soft serve swirlie cone. If that doesn’t lift your spirits then you have no spirit.
Talk about a fucking laser rocket arm! I am fully confident that my throw wouldn’t have made it over second base.
PS- Get a new camera operator, I would liked to have seen where the ball landed. That shit is WEAK.
Saulwasthere, I need to clear up something. Do you mean that his fingers look like Cheetos? or that it looks like he just ate Cheetos and didn’t lick his fingers clean? (napkins don’t exist when it comes to eating Cheetos and Doritos) Lastly, I really think you should email Cheetos and tell them you just sold a bag of their product, because I just needed to leave work and grab some for myself.
I now understand “Cheeto fingers” and my keyboard hates me for it. #BloggerBlunder
Things like this makes me feel good about what I eat. Dude really? Food aversions? You know who won’t eat vegetables? Babies. Babies won’t each vegetables. Grow up, make some meatloaf and move on. Nothing wrong with loving pizza, i’m not saying that, but come on dude put on some big boy pants. That clip of you trying the veggie pizza makes you look like a child.
PS- Really well-made short doc. Good stuff