Archive for June 8th, 2006

Someone Tell Sam Jackson He’s My Bro

Thursday, June 8th, 2006

What I cannot tell is whether or not is on New Line Cinema’s payroll. What is indisputable is that whether he’s pushing himself or New Line Cinema’s upcoming film (starring ), Coyne is a brilliant marketer.

He’s developed a bit of a following at as by posting hilarious videos of him impersonating famous actors. They are extremely well done. One is an imaginary audition for Snakes on a Plane with , , , and . Work warning: Much profanity:

In this next one, Coyne portrays singing an ode to Snakes on a Plane star, Sam Jackson. Sounds exactly like a song. Someone Tell Sam Jackson He’s My Bro:

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Ding Dong, The Zarqawi Is Dead

Thursday, June 8th, 2006

The U.S. military has finally killed , the al-Qaeda leader in Iraq, and they’ve got video to prove it. This Centcom video is of the airstrike that killed Al-Zarqawi:

This is the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki making the announcement (via CDRSalamander at ):

I don’t remember who said it, but it applies here: The only thing some people understand is a gun to the head. Good riddance to this psychopath. Here he is in his own words (from EyeRaki at YouTube):

Finally, here’s General Rick Lynch on May 4 ridiculing al-Zarqawi (via luogocomune at YouTube):

Forgive me for being impolite enough to point out the glaringly obvious, but if al-Zarqawi is such a bumbling idiot, how come he’s survived for so long to inflict so much damage on our troops and why has it taken you so bloody long to kill the guy? Nothing like misundestimating your enemy.

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Animated Music Video For Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, M.C. Escher & Salvador DaliPaintings

Thursday, June 8th, 2006

This 3D animation by is one of the coolest bits of animation I’ve seen in a while. It is set to ‘s song and pays homage to s masterpiece “,” ‘s “” paintings, ‘s “” and ‘s “.”

Van Gogh’s Bedroom In Arles:

Van Gogh's Bedroom In Arles

Salvador Dali’s The Persistence of Memory:

Salvador Dali's The Persistence of Memory

– The Persistence of Memory:

The Simpsons - The Persistence of MemoryM.C. Escher’s Relativity:

M.C. Escher's Relativity

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Pablo Picasso’s Guernica:

Pablo Picasso's Guernica