NASA astronaut Lisa ‘Robochick’ Nowak proves that even robots can experience “love malfunctions” as she drives cross-country to confront her ‘love rival’, a woman she believed was romantically involved with William ‘Billy O’ Oefelein (astronauts, like Top Gun Academy pilots, all have groovy nicknames, apparently…). Nowak ends up charged with attempted murder based on the kidnap kit in her car. And it gets weirder. AP story here. Parody analysis below.
Categories: arrested, astronaut, kidnapping, murder, nasa
Categories: al gore, comedy, global warming, videoblogging
A new report pins the blame for Global Warming on humans. Who saw that coming? And who is now in the clear?
Categories: george bush, iraq, state of the union, the oscars
Tonight, The President is going to help us come together as a nation and realize it’s not 2006 any more…
Categories: george bush, iraq, superbowl, videoblogging
If we’re serious about winning this war, we’re going to have to put more troops on the ground, and put more Baby Jesus in the SuperBowl. Or so says the President.
Categories: borat, sportsracers, Uncategorized, videoblogging, zefrank
Seriously/hysterically-smartypants videoblogger ZeFrank is profiled in this remarkably (ze)frank New York Observer piece on what comes next for Ze (his year-long, five-days-a-week videoblogging project ‘the show with zefrank‘ ends on March 17th). Ironically, the show’s end will surely create enough vlog-ripples to result in a whole bunch of “new viewers” discovering the show, just in time to find out they’ve missed out on the daily spectacle of it (Ze’s made a habit of creating deliberately obtuse shows designed to mis-direct new viewers as to the true nature of the show – complete with the question, “have the new viewers gone yet?“)
Categories: scriggity, Uncategorized, videoblogging, vlog, vlogger
Famously named after the 1996 R&B hit ‘No Scriggity’ by Blackstreet, Scriggity has the most phonetically pleasing name of any show on the internet. A full 98% of the end-of-the-year review episode consists of a series of questionable characters saying the word as part of some complicated community service sentence (or it may be “internet famous” video bloggers… I haven’t checked). However, what really sells the show is… Read the rest of this post »