2/25/08

Mustaches. Crossbows. It's all here.

In case any of you were wondering about the videos I decided not to post, they're actually on-line as of today.

If you've ever wondered what happened to those guys who were in drama club in high school, here's your answer.

Yeah. They fight crime now.

24 comments:

  1. Oh, uh... good decision.

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  2. Oh, I don't even want to look. I am already familiar.....

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  3. I thought they were kind of funny. The bad acting sort of fits into the whole overdone spoofiness.

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  4. Are we allowed to make fun of them now?

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  5. Yeah, the bad acting was definitely intentional. I cracked a smile a few times, but it didn't seem like the ratio of humor vs. time invested was worth it.

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  6. OK, now I'm in love with Bruce Romaine. At least it got that vision of Keanu Reeves in face spinach out of my head.

    Thanks.

    FA

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  7. Horrible under any scenario.

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  8. yeah, you didn't need to go there. wise move.

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  9. Angela12:35 PM

    It's good you didn't succumb...but I do like the Unabomber look the one guy is sporting.

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  10. Sorta reminds me of the video for Sabotage. The Beastie Boys did it better though.

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  11. Looked like something my brothers would of laughed at - total stupid boy humor and all.

    good call.

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  12. Dude...good call. I have to say that it was well done in that "better than I could have ever pulled off" kind of way, but it was pretty dumb overall and although I might have smiled once or twice I would never watch another one. I have more important things to do. Like surf the net all day.

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  13. kristina3:12 PM

    So not funny.

    Well, you - yes, them - no.

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  14. I watched it on mute so it seemed like it would be kinda funny. But the jackets were alarming.

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  15. Fan-foreskin-tastic! And they go for jarts - bonus.

    But what are they advertising, besides a 17 YO's MySpace?

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  16. um wow, those were...well lets just call them special with a capital S

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  17. We're advertising for the series, which is put together by a comedy troupe out of LA.

    The company behind it is Flektor, which allows you to do video and photo editing you can embed on your blog or MySpace page.

    And yes, the humor is a bit sophomoric, but then again so is high school. I prefer the later episodes.

    We do appreciate all of your comments. Which is why we put that shiny ad up over there on the right. Thank you for the feedback Johnny.

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  18. These totally remind me of the 'films' that Dirk Diggler made.

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  19. Jim, I am nothing if not sophomoric,so no worries.

    The Flektor tool is pretty cool. Good luck with it!

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  20. Sweet! I dig a pink blazer.

    Happy Inappropriate Card Day, Johnny!

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  21. What's great is the google ads are showing advertisements for hunting crossbows.

    Now that's a PPC campaign.

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  22. Jim, that's hilarious!

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  23. Anonymous5:04 PM

    You say the humor is designed to be a bit sophmoric.

    My advice is to finish school and try again.

    Not funny. :|

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