And the hits just keep right on comin’ here at Dangerous Minds.net, yesiree Bob! This next little gem is an all singing, all dancing recruiting video for a meat processing company in Fiji. Look how happy you would be if you worked here!
This commercial appears on videos that you rent in Fiji.
How many times in your life have you seen a choreographed dance routine that included carcasses?!?! Don’t answer that…
WARNING: THIS SONG WILL STAY IN YOUR HEAD ALL DAY LONG AND IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR VEGETARIANS!
This is just frightening! From Berno Polzer, director of artistic programming at the Wien Modern: “I think, its partially understandable, partially not. And it plays well with the limits of our construction abilities. That is, we hear sounds that obviously aren’t normal music, but neither they are language, and one could say that sometimes, a bridging happens. Personally, I think you can understand individual words even without knowing the text, and the Eureka moment happens when you see the text, and suddenly, the language is there.”
Rich Fulcher, the cheerful madman you’ve laughed yourself senseless at in Snuff Box and The Mighty Boosh flips off Los Angeles (its trees, its pay phones, its landmarks) in this promo video for his new book Tiny Acts of Rebellion coming soon to a bookstore near you!
Next join him in London to fuck off Big Ben!
(Photo of Rich Fulcher and Richard Metzger taken by Xeni Jardin at the shoot for an upcoming Boing Boing Video feature on Fulcher. The video was shot by longtime Dangerous Minds pal Eric Mittleman)
Previously on Dangerous Minds:
American Gothic Parodies says, “A collection of parodies of the 1930 Grant Wood painting, American Gothic, based on my grandmother’s collection. She used to tape them up in her basement and asked me to share them with the world.”
From Life: “The 20th century saw many astounding technological innovations. The automobile revolutionized the way people live and work, the internet changed the way people think about information, and the U.S. of A put a man on the moon. But some technological advances that came in the earlier part of the 20th centry weren’t exactly meant for the history books. Because they were stupid.”
(via Cakehead Loves Evil)
Mmm…make that “Babe” Buchanan!
Via Fox News