I was forwarded a YouTube video clip from Rich today. It’s from a 80s-something band called “Sonseed,” singing a ska song named “Jesus is my Friend.” Wow.
It is CAMP-A-LICIOUS and hilarious with a catchy tune.
The lyrics alone make this worth watching and listening to:
♫ Once I tried to run; I tried to run and hide, but Jesus came and found me and touched me down inside.
He is like a mounty, he always gets his man and he’ll zap you any way he can. ZAP!♫
Bad touch, Jesus!
Here’s the video (warning: It’s addictive):
For an update on what happened to the members of this band, check out the interview with the singer (Sal Polichetti) on Dougsploitation: Sal of Sonseed tells all!
OK … the below photo was released by the McCain campaign from the Republican convention.
Something tells me Sarah Palin wasn’t the only thing not vetted properly.
A parody ending for Attack of the Clones.
Was checking in at Steph’s blog since she had her laser eye surgery today – to see how she was doing. No update.
But I did find this little quiz. The result:
You are a Nissan 350Z!
You’re not the fastest or the most agile, but you have style and power. You believe in looking good and moving quickly — without breaking the bank.
OK — so my Corporations class got out early and I was bored. I made this little tribute video – with a retro funky beat.
An oldie, but a goodie. 24 minutes of Mario Brothers hilarity.
With the rise of various Rock Star / Rock Band video games these days – folks are on the market for original band names – just in case they’re discovered by a talent scout while jamming in their living room.
Here’s a fun meme-type game to help you pick one of your very own. I stumbled upon it at Electrasteph’s blog – (which is always a good read, by the way):
Generate a fake band name, its first album cover and the album name:
The first article title on the page is the name of your band.
My Result: “Painlevé paradox“
The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album.
My result: “and remove all doubt” – from a very famous Mark Twain quote that has burned me more than once, so it is appropriate.
The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover. (Like Steph and Jason before her, I also chose the third photo that was under a creative commons license – a picture by k_iwi – rather than just the third picture.)
And after a little photoshopping on my part, the result:
Pretty cool, huh? It worked pretty well for me.
Now I’m ready for Laura to come over to our house Friday so she, Rich and I can fire up the PS3 and get our rock on!