New Video – OMG! Girls Can’t Read! (Girls in Alabama): The Curmudgeon’s Perspective # 4

If the Internet is any proof, girls are illiterate. In this video, I rant a bit on Myspace girls in particular…

New Video – The State of Star Trek: The Curmudgeon’s Perspective # 3

Horrible rumors are going around in regards to the new Star Trek movie directed by J. J. Abrams… I offer my thoughts on the State of Star Trek and my unease with Matt Damon’s rumored role as James Kirk…

New Video: Hinder – Lips of An Angel – The Curmudgeon’s Perspective # 2

In this video, I analyze Hinder’s “Lips of An Angel,” and explain why I hate the song with every fiber of my being.

 

New Video: Free Bird: The Curmudgeon’s Perspective # 1

Hi, everyone, here is the first episode of The Curmudgeon’s Perspective, the podcast I talked about some time ago.  This is the first in a series of commentary (rant & rave) videos…

First off, I thought I’d talk a little bit about how much I despise the southern rock hit “Free Bird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd:

New Video: Masterpiece Theatre/Miracle on 34th Street Parody

Just a quick video taken on the fly of Matt improvising what he can remember of The Miracle on 34th Street…

New Video: That Word (Don’t Make Me Say It Again) – The Dirty Spoons

Jeremy and I thought it would be fun to briefly resurrect the worst band of all time, our college band The Dirty Spoons.  Check it out. This is complete improvisation. The lyrics are below the video…

LYRICS:

Work-out mat,
convenient and for
easy carrying.

Duraflame,
I see you sitting on the mantel piece,
just sitting there next to my change
Sitting next to my change
I see you sitting there
Next to my change,
Sitting next to my change
Sitting there next to a home video
of me and my friend singing badly,
playing badly as we are now,
a new song for you,
you ungrateful mother-

I don’t want to say that word,
but I will if you make me!

Oh,oh,oh,oh, oh, oh, oh,
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh,
Don’t make me say that word again!
Don’t make me say that word!
Oh, oh, oh!
Don’t make me say that word again!
Don’t make me say that word
that I’ve used so many times.