Posts tagged YouTube
1. Die Hard – Ho Ho Ho, now I have a machine gun!
(NSFW video… BUT AWESOME.)
For those of you just tuning in, here’s the complete list from my blog and Tom Croom’s blog.:
1. Die Hard
2. Lethal Weapon
3. Die Hard 2
4. A Muppet Family Christmas
5. Holiday Inn
6. Mickey’s Christmas Carol
8. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
9. The Nightmare Before Christmas
3. Die Hard 2 – “Just once, I’d like a normal Christmas!”
5. Holiday Inn – Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, the first appearance of “White Christmas” and the start of the Holiday Inn chain. Having recently been on a permanent stay in a Holiday Inn Express, Joey thinks it’s damn smart!
Joey Snackpants and Tom Croom have decided to bring you some holiday cheer by counting down their favorite holiday movies… Merry Christmas, and we apologize in advance for the imminent mental anguish.
Note the complete lack of ANY mention of “Disney” in the preview.
One of dearest friends Stepp-sensei posted this video recently and as a guy who crunches large amount of data for his ‘day job’, I found the explanation of the theories of segmenting data sound and the presentation very interesting.
If I was going to hire an internet marketing consultant, this would be the guy. Your usage may vary.
For those that have not read the internet recently, there has been a great sadness that has befallen my heart. No, it’s not Kayne West being a complete tool… He’s always been a tool, the guy never watches what comes out of his mouth. It’s the loss of the man known as Dalton, Patrick Swayze.
You are probably sitting at your internet enabled device and wondering, “Who is this ‘Dalton’ you speak of?” In 1989, a film came was released one that would fly under the radar, but would have a very strong impression on people such as Kevin Smith and Joey Snackpants. That film would be Road House!
Roadhouse, as cheesy of a film as it is, epitomizes the plight of the ‘short guy’. Between making the leading lady always lean on a pole or wall to the patented “Hillbilly Claw” attack, this film is pure bottled 100% awesome. For my complete take on the film, listen to the first episode of the infinitely delayed “Snacktime Online” Podcast (you may be lucky enough to find it somewhere). If not, the Kevin Smith commentary on the new Blu-Ray release is just about as good.