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Two computers with AI software having a conversation. Sorry for posting all this creepy robot shit…but holy crap. This is the creepiest shit I’ve ever seen.
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When this robot goes haywire, I predict he can strangle approximately 150 humans per minute.
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This is one of the few times where I’m not skeptical that it is actually a Bud Light viral marketing campaign. Nope, just middle America.
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A Rasta chicken, a young Barack Obama in a karate get-up, an old David Bowie in skinny jeans, a schizoid cow with respiratory problems, possible child endangerment…how much more awesome could this get?
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Miles Fisher covers The Talking Heads’ “This Must Be The Place”
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Remember… it’s the MONITOR’s fault.
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To be fair, the dog shouldn’t have thrown itself at the floor, either.
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An elaborate parody of this video.
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Just hope your enemies don’t use any mortar or cement.
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You’ve probably seen the original. Now here’s the MA version.
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Recorded in 1979 by the band The Nails, “88 Lines About 44 Women” is a really sweet and catchy tune that never was treated to an official music video (despite the dozens of YouTube users who have made attempts). Well, that has changed now that the original songwriter / performer Marc Campbell has released this (SLIGHTLY NSFW) video. I love the song, and the video is really good.
If you’re interested, here is one of the YouTube music video versions, where someone tried to find photos for each of the 44 women The Nails describe. It’s cool to see what type of woman the creator chose for the more abstract descriptions:
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