Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Drill A Hole In That Substrate And Tell Me What You See

It's high time I paid homage to the great YouTube. Because it is such a convenient tool. Almost TOO convenient because now it gets to the point where you get upset if you can't find a clip of what you're looking for. You're all, Hey! I imagined it! Why isn't it on here?

Karate Monkey? Check.

A japanese telling of Hans C. Anderson's fable "The Wild Swans" where a girl is being burned for witchcraft because she's lived her life as a mute as she knits sweaters from stinging nettles to release her prince brothers from a spell where they have been turned into swans that I remember watching when I was 8 years old? Check. (This is the final scene, you'll have to search for the first part if you want to see it from the start)

The Plague Dogs? Made by the same people who made that "Watership Down" cartoon? Was this made for preschoolers or radical 60's activists? You make the call.

Those certain videos you only like to watch in the privacy of your own home because it would be embarrassing if people knew what you were up to?

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