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Barack Obama Yes We Can Video

Filed under: Celebrities,Politics — Tags: , , , — Paddy Wallbouncer @ 12:56 am 2008 February 4

Wherever you stand on Barack Obama, You will have to agree this video makes him into a superstar. He truly has a powerful presentation, and that goes along way in the leadership category. This group of actors, singers, and celebrities (How long has it been since you saw Kareem Abdul Jabbar?) put together a video using his speech as a backdrop for the lyrics. One scene even has a person wearing a Barack Obama t-shirt that seems destined to take the place of those silly Che Guevara t-shirts. Hell, even if that is the only thing he ever changes, it is a good thing.


Includes appearances by Barack Obama, Will I Am, Scarlett Johansson, John Legend, Kate Walsh, Aisha Tyler, Harold Perrineau, Enrique Murciano, Eric Balfour, Nicole Scherzinger, Shoshannah Stern, Amaury Nolasco, Nick Canon, Tatyana Ali, Hill Harper, Herbie Hancock, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Adam Rodriquez, Kelly Hu, and Amber Valletta Common Mistypes are: Barrack Obama, Che Guavara. Handcock, Tatiana Ali, Scarlet Johansen, Aiesha Tyler, Aisha Taylor. We’ll keep you informed of this and other entertaining news.

Chickipedia: Like Wikipedia Only Sexier in Video

Filed under: Bizarre News,Celebrities — Tags: , , — Paddy Wallbouncer @ 10:25 pm 2008 January 23

Need we say more?


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Video: how to add theFutonPoncho RSS to your Homepage

Filed under: How-to — Tags: , , , — Paddy Wallbouncer @ 7:50 pm 2008 January 3

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, but “really simple” doesn’t necessarily mean not really “very scary.” Most people are worried they might screw something up on their homepage. theFutonPoncho has been instructing individual users since it’s grand opening about how they can add theFutonPoncho to their homepage. This video takes the mystery out of the operation and allows people to add us to their homepage without fear. Well… we should say without fear of screwing up their computer. The fear of knowing madmen are publishing stories on your homepage might give a little cause for pause…