I Like It

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_Spladle, Jan 3, 2006.

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    funny. i always go the magnolia bakery.
     
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    What..... was.... that?...

    Wow... I....

    Wow...
     
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    You're going to watch it again now, aren't you? Don't lie.
     
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    White guys who act like another ethnicity? :spank:

    The only things missing are the blackface and banjo.:soapbox:
     
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    I think it's funny because they are being so white and doing it about mundane things that they are satirizing poser rappers more than anything


    Martin Mull once did a wicked satirical musical take on white guys professing to sing and play the blues, with a blues number he performed on a dobro guitar using a baby bottle as a slide. He lamented all the woes of the pampered white middle class child growing up.
     
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    Best video ever made, hell yeah I played it twice.
     
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    Ah! LOL. Similar to Mull's: The history of White People in America
     
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    I feel so far removed from today's SNL skits.....
     
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    TexAssgirl,
    I couldn't agree more.
    We TIVO the new SNL shows(usually VERY disappointing) as well as reruns of the old SNL shows. What a difference. The old shows had brilliant writing and countless young comedians who went on to fame.

    On TV, I saw the clip that started this thread. I felt like throwing a brick through the TV. I wish that somebody would explain to me what there is about rap that makes it so obviously popular. To me, it sounds like a lazy
    monotonous music track behind an unimaginative angry rant of lyrics.
     
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    You'll know that the apocalypse has arrived when you see a mom rapping a lullaby to her child in the rocking chair.
     
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    a great deal of others love it and some rappers and their lyrics i can respect.
     
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    It's fucking hilarious and catchy.
     
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    Ha ha ha, thought it was hilarious...I'm, a big fan of SNL...actually saw that one when it aired, glad you found it and put it on here b/c I remember cracking up when I saw it. MadTV has nothing on SNL.
     
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    SNL went pants after Michael O'Donohue (head writer for the first 15 or so years) passed away.
    Bring back Samurai Deli, dammit!!
     
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    That Samurai was a master baker!
     
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    Yeah, i like their earlier stuff, but I am also only 22...I relate more to the newer stuff b/c i actually know what is going on in the current events and all...Tina Fey is a good writer and she is hot for a comedian.
     
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    I love this video...

    The other guy (Not Chris Parnell) has garnered a huge gay fan base, too, for some reason, lol.
     
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    It may or may not have something to do with the fact that he is hilarious, smart, and hot. Also I hear he has a twelve-inch penis. And if he doesn't, well dammit, HE DESERVES ONE!
     
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    I had a soft spot for Mr. Bill and Toonces (the cat that could drive)
     
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