drifter vs special troll emily: which link inspires the most creativity

Discussion in 'Bull Ring Discussions and Call-Outs' started by emilynghiem, Feb 19, 2013.

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Which link is the coolest and Why?

Poll closed Mar 22, 2013.
  1. Interview with God

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  2. Julian Beever 3D Sidewalk Art

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  3. Ping Pong Matrix Style

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  4. Revenge of the Nerds: Triumph Insult Comic Dog

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  5. STORM by Tim Minchin

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  6. "Africa" a cappella Rainstorm by Perpetual Jazzile

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  7. "Lazy Sunday" SNL Rap Spoof A.Samberg

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  8. SNL Maya Rudolf destroying Star Spangled Banner

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  9. Other please provide link

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  10. Some other relativistic answer besides these because you want to be different

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  1. emilynghiem
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    hey drifter let's brainstorm here till we pick a topic to debate
    to inspire new thought directions, let's start with a poll
    we can discuss before debating: which link is the coolest
    or inspires the most creative new thoughts or direction?

    I don't even have all the links/video's looked up yet
    so part of the challenge is doing a scavenger search online

    pls also post back links that you like also!

    anyway here are some of my favorite links to
    debate which you like the best and why:

    1. Interview with God
    2. 3D Sidewalk Art of Julian Beever
    3. "Ping Pong Matrix Style" Japanese skit
    4. "Revenge of the Nerds" - Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
    (outside the premiere of Star Wars making fun of the lineup,
    full 10 minute video not the clips)
    5. STORM by Tim Minchin
    6. Perpetual Jazzile - A Cappella performance of "Africa" by Toto
    (with the rainstorm at the beginning and end, not the clips)
    7. Lazy Sunday - Chronicles of Narnia Rap Spoof by A. Samberg/SNL short
    8. SNL sketch with Maya Rudolf exaggerating a gospel singer
    murdering the National Anthem/Star Spangled Banner

    When you find your favorite and I decide on mine
    we can debate between those two. and prove what a special troll am I!

    have fun
    seeing if you can find these before I do....
     
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    White privilege :cool:

    [ame=http://youtu.be/xqbw4nHrHc0]Louis CK On Being White with CC (closed captions) - YouTube[/ame]

    Gay Bars

    [ame=http://youtu.be/JVVg2HBSvt0]Stand-Up: Mark Normand - Gay Bars - YouTube[/ame]

    Rush

    [ame=http://youtu.be/Vzrxy9A7Ja4]george carlin describes rush limbaugh - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    :popcorn:

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    [ame=http://youtu.be/un-4_J5oWMY]U.S. Prison/Industrial Complex - The New Slavery & The Sickness In The American System - YouTube[/ame]

    Racism Masked Racism: Reflections on the Prison Industrial Complex by Angela Davis
     

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