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August 4 at 9:44am

Beautiful Ball Collects The City

Wow.  I know nothing about video games, but this video sure makes me want to change that.  The ball just keeps rolling on, gathering up everything in it’s path of destruction.  It’s kinda glorious.  And it kinda reminds of me the giant ball in “Raiders Of The Lost Brick“.  Maybe “to destroy IS to create”.


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June 29 at 12:13pm

A Cardboard Hope: (Sweded) Star Wars

Michel Gondry has changed culture many times over.  His Lego video may be the greatest video ever.  And his Rubik’s Cube series are among the YouTube Hall of Fame.  I look forward to the day when “Sweded” films take over from the corporate.  Homemade always tastes better.  This Star Wars trumps any thing Lucas did after the first three (and that is the TRUE first three, not the alternately titled first three).  And the soundtrack ranks with John Williams’ best work.

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June 10 at 4:12pm

You Are Never Too Young For Indie Rock!

We don’t have TV in our house.  No cable.  No broadcast.  But we do have a DVD player and we do have the internet.   Got keep a toe in pop culture somehow…
As a result though I only know Yo Gabba Gabba via YouTube, but I have to say I love this marriage of Indie Rock and Animation.  Both these songs, by Red House Painters and Dean & Britta are great, and the animation is lovely.


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