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It may be a commercial but this is still one of the cutest things to be found on YouTube.
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Once upon a time, not so long ago, it took a genius to paint a picture like the Mona Lisa. For years art students around the globe have spent days learning the techniques and attempting to create a fair copy of da Vinci’s masterpiece. Now thanks to the wonders of Microsoft Paint (found amongst your Windows applications) and a clever guy on YouTube all that has changed. Is nothing sacred anymore?
Lucy is no longer with us. The four year old girl who was the inspiration for Julian Lennon’s kindergarten picture (see right) is now one with the stars and the diamonds. For years no-one believed that the premise for Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds was actually so simple. Not L.S.D. at all! But then the idea that the winner song was all about a trip made much better press and at some stage the then dead McCartney just gave up and allowed everyone to believe what they wanted – yes you were all right it is about a More >
The Goon show is probably the most famous, popular and idiotic radio show ever to hit the air. The combined talent of Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers and Harry Secombe can’t be beaten and was a major influence for comedy to come such as I’m sorry I’ll Read that Again, Monty Python, Soap and The Museum of Everything. Milligan did most of the writing and regularly played the parts of Eccles, Minnie and the devious Moriarty, Sellers was Bluebottle, Henry Crun, Major Bllodnok, Hercules Grytpype Thynne and of course Secombe was Neddie Seagoon. One of the most popular running jokes More >
Anyone with an Iphone or Ipod Touch can easily download audio or video podcasts via Itunes. Many of the podcasts, that promise TV shows on the fly, actually offer no more than two minute teasers and are really not worth the effort. The guys from http://www.current.com/ offer the real thing – full half hour shows without commercial breaks. The shows are full of comic interludes though the actual reviews are 100% serious. The most fullfilling show from current, in my mind, is the Rotten Tomatoes Show, hosted by the talented Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox. The show borrows it’s reviews More >
Jeff Dunham is the uncrowned king of Youtube. Over 95 million viewers have seen his Ahmed sketch and many others. For those of you you have yet to meet Ahmed the dead terrorist with an attitude and those who want to renew their tears here’s your chance.