Posts tagged: fun video
If you missed Wednesday's presidential debate (and let's face it, some of us had other things to do last night) you can get enough of it to join in today's water cooler and coffee break discussions with a video from BuzzFeed.
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A long way from the presidential campaign trail. Last night on the Tonight show:
Leno: I never thought I'd say this. Newt meet Snooki. Snooki, Newt.
Some things have to be true, because if you made them up, no one would believe them.
You may think you know. But the answer may not be as simple as the one you got in 7th Grade Geography.
The Oregon House of Representatives managed to slip the words to a song into floor speeches, then cut and splice them together for a video that's going viral on YouTube.
Which brings up an interesting question: If the Washington Legislature were to do this, what song should they pick? Feel free to suggest one by clicking on the comment link.
If you aren't tired of looking back over 2010, this video is fun, despite its cynicism.
|The Daily Show With Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
|You’re Not Punny|
When he’s right, he’s right. Jon Stewart last night challenged the news media to stop using stupid puns in their stories.
All in favor, raise your hand.
Wednesday was National Unfriend Day (who knew?). And Spin Control feels bad about missing it.
In an effort to make up for this holiday observance faux pas, we present the holiday song which may convey some broadly held feelings about Facebook friends…Not our Facebook friends, of course, but some people’s Facebook friends.
Saturday Night Live opened this weekend with a shot at Rahm Emmanuel’s departure from the Obama Administration last week
For presidential speeches, one would think there’d be scrupulous attention to the small things…like securing the presidential seal on the podium.
But apparently, one would not always be correct in that assumption.
Remember last week’s video of the passionate candidate? Wonder what happened to him? Wonder if he popped a blood vessel and keeled over?
Here’s Phil Davison on Good Morning America where he seems like a calm, fairly reasonable guy. And a good sport about his inadvertent 15 minutes of fame.
…but all in all, a much more accurate look at “How a bill becomes law.
If Santa didn’t make it to your house this year, here’s why:
For those of you who like your news to music, and your talking heads with someone else’s words put in their mouths, we offer Auto-Tune the News.
This music video comes courtesy of reader and colleague Reiko Tateya in Yokohama, Japan, who brought to our attention a fun Web site that creates a song a day. Today’s song is about Sarah Palin calling it quits.
And for those who slept th rough the Sunday morning taking head shows (or were in church), they spent lots of time on Palin, too. Here’s the digest of talking heads compiled by TalkingPointsMemo.
The resurrection of chocolate bunnies, set to music.
In the battle of the populists, who speaks for the folks, and who speaks for the faux? Stephen Colbert sends up Glen Beck in this segment.
|The Colbert Report||Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c|
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