Promotion

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Made by Dave Medlo, sometime WWM writer and permanent head honcho over at the Medlo organisation.

Feel free to cut and paste the link…

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=TXtvgceU08g

…then spam-spurt this motherlover all over the internet’s face.

Any ideas or suggestions for flogging this uncharacteristic slice of professionalism will be gratefully received in the comments section.

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131 Responses to “Promotion”

  1. ugeine Says:

    Damned work filter! What is it a video of? I’ll plug it on my facebook when I get home.

  2. mostlylouche Says:

    That is a great video, absolutely marvellous.

  3. Nick T Says:

    Midget porn….

    The facebook link takes you to the youtube page where it says that the video has been withdrawn.

    In other news Little Britain USA was one of the worst pieces of tv I have ever seen and I’m 44 so I’ve seen a fair bit.

  4. Swineshead Says:

    Withdrawn?!

    BASTARDS.

    The youtube version works. As does the one above. So nevermind.

    I didn’t watch Little Britain USA so I can’t comment – I wasn’t looking forward to it, to be honest.

  5. Watch With Mothers « BMTV Says:

    […] post coming soon, but for now just time to talk about the sterling work by my boizs over at Watch With Mothers – this time their first ad campaign. Watch it (or not), then head over there and show them some […]

  6. badgermadge Says:

    Excellent! Muchos impressed folks. Got a link on BMTV right now. xx

  7. Dave Medlo Says:

    You’ll have accidentally linked to the first version, SH, that’s why it says withdrawn.

    I’d just like to take a minute to thank all the celebrities who gave up their valuable time to do this video for us. Without their generosity and kind spirits this project would never have been possible.

  8. Swineshead Says:

    It works though… both the embedded vid and the link to c&p – am I missing something..? Other than a brain.

    Yes Medlo, that Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore had to give up half an hour of quality rutting time to make their split-second appearances, so we’re really grateful to the cradle-snatch coupling.

  9. Toothed Varmint Says:

    I liked it and didn’t like it. It’s slick and kind of funny. On the other hand it is also kind of stupid. American stars of shit films and shit TV shows tell us how shit the British TV is. Which makes me want to punch someone in their shrivelled turniplike face. Yes, DiCaprio, I am talking to you, you numpty.
    Actually, maybe that’s the whole point of this enterprise – to remind people of their desire to punch Leonardo DiCaprio or that fucking Ashton Kutcher in the face. In this case it’can’t be all that bad.

  10. Dave Medlo Says:

    I actually figured they were rhetorical questions. Who cares about Eastenders? Watch With Mothers do!

    You think this is patronising? Google the original and squirm.

  11. Swineshead Says:

    It’s… …kind of funny. On the other hand it is also kind of stupid.

    It suits the product it’s selling then, let’s be honest.

  12. badgermadge Says:

    I think it’s genius.

    Dave, wanna do one for me?

  13. Toothed Varmint Says:

    Points taken.
    I wonder if a slightly reversed idea would work – “stars” of British TV tellig us that American programmes are bad. Trisha sneering at Ophra, say. Or the late Jeremy Beadle deriding “Punked”. Or Michael Barrimore pooh-poohing OJ Simpson. Not literally, hopefully.
    I shall stop thinking and just go to bed.

  14. Swineshead Says:

    That could work, but I feel Medlo’s done more than enough.

    Now then, I should write an article about what I watched on TV but I only saw the X Factor and spent the rest of my time smoking legal hallucinogens, writing shoddy music and eating crisps. So if anyone else fancies writing something, be my guest.

  15. Toothed Varmint Says:

    Haven’t you watched the new BBC3 yoof “comedy” “Coming of Age”? You lucky, lucky man.

  16. Dave Medlo Says:

    I only saw the X-Factor too…

    I’m a bit ashamed for both of us.

  17. Toothed Varmint Says:

    You lucky, lucky men then.

  18. Swineshead Says:

    That Suzie who used to be in The 411… even though it’s cheating having her on, she should’ve gone through because she’s got a good chest.

    And that Ruth Lorenzo blubbed mid-song, surely that’s a bookable offence?

  19. MD Says:

    Dammit that’s a good video.
    It’s irking when other people do things well.

  20. charliemingles Says:

    Yahoo! back in the world again!

  21. ugeine Says:

    ‘So if anyone else fancies writing something, be my guest.’

    I’ve got one done on the first series of Star Trek TNG (Showing on Virgin 1) in the bag if you want me to email it to you.

  22. charliemingles Says:

    Fuck me. I go away for a week and you go all professional on my ass.
    Great ad.

    How did you afford to get all those big stars?

    Fair enough, Jennifer is a friend of mine’s so she did it as a favour, but the rest? Kudos guys. Kooo-Doze.

  23. Swineshead Says:

    Yeah biznatch – email me that star trek thing (I won’t understand a word of it, mind you).

    While we’re all being creative, here’s an optimistic ditty I recorded yesterday. You can’t really dance to it.

    http://swineshead.wordpress.com/2008/10/05/share-my-joys/

  24. Swineshead Says:

    Charlie – you’d better ask Medlo, it’s his babby. He didn’t even ask / tell me he was making it. If he had, Marisa would appear.

  25. ugeine Says:

    SH: I’ll do it tomorrow morning, just need to iron out a fe creases.

    How was that Salvia in the end?

  26. Toothed Varmint Says:

    Everyone around me mentiones Salvia lately. Is it some sort of a latest youth craze? I’m getting curious.

  27. Dave Says:

    Who does salvia these days? Bloody hell…

    Little Britain USA was surprisingly good actually. Hatefilled, cruel and vulgar. YAY!

  28. Swineshead Says:

    Maybe make it accessible to normal people like me who don’t ‘get’ star trek…

    Salvia is a bit weird, isn’t it? I enjoyed it, apart from the 3 minutes where I forgot how old I was, what week it was and what time it was, despite my sitting directly in front of a clock. The visuals were good, much better than expected.

    Can’t believe it’s legal. Might have to try it again soon.

  29. Toothed Varmint Says:

    I danced, oh how I danced. I like those little tinkly-bells. And onу moment it sounds like you dropped a biro on the floor. which somehow adds to the ambience.

  30. Swineshead Says:

    I had a go on that salvia stuff, Dave, because I didn’t know it was legal and was curious.

    Little Britain USA was shit. Harry & Paul has been rubbish since the beginning of Episode 2 as well, before you hit me with that stick. (Apart from the Greek(Italian?) bloke on the couch with his wife watching the TV, he’s good)).

  31. Swineshead Says:

    Actually… I think I only saw two sketches of LBUSA.

    I must be losing my mind.

  32. Swineshead Says:

    I’m glad you liked it, TV. The car horns in the background weren’t orchestrated either.

  33. Nick T Says:

    LB USA was shit.

    I think Harry & Paul are pretty funny. Better than the last series.
    I’ve been using bits, the coffee shop scenario (sp?) is sweet and poiniant.
    The fisherman sketches are great, look it’s all fine work…

  34. Toothed Varmint Says:

    LB USA WAS shit, I concur. I epecially didn’t understand – why the laughtrack, for fuck’s sake?! It’s HBO after all. And, actually – why HBO? Why did they of all people decided to make this show in America?! After something like the Conchords or Extras. It’s a stain is what it is. On their reputation. Fuckung populist shit. I’m angry now.

  35. Dave Says:

    I liked the bit in LBUSA when that soace guy said that the vhild in the wheel chair would be ‘the first person to roll on the moon’. It’s funny because people in wheelchairs are shit.

    That’s right, isn’t it?

  36. ugeine Says:

    ‘Maybe make it accessible to normal people like me who don’t ‘get’ star trek…’

    SH, I’m on no terms somebody who gets Star Trek! Seriously, I’ve just watched a few of the series, I’m not able to quote ship names and all that crap that is the reserve of basement dewlling virgins. It’s written in the WWM tradition, no worries.

  37. Toothed Varmint Says:

    The sketch with the talking dog and undressing woman in the rubbish bin was truly mind-rottingly awful. Let’s laugh at the seriously mentally ill, why don’t we. It’s not me being politically correct, it’s just me being NOT FUCKING ENTERTAINED, because the sketch is lazy, unfunny and plain stupid even by their standards.

  38. Toothed Varmint Says:

    A few of the series or a few of the episodes?

  39. Nick T Says:

    Perhaps the laughtrack was to remind us that this is a comedy.

    It was the noly thing that did.

  40. ugeine Says:

    I’ve watched a few of the Episodes, sorry. Most of series on of the next generation, random bits and pieces of Voyager and Deep Space Nine and bits of the original series. Mainly because the first three were on daytime television permanently as a student, and the last one I used to watch when I was about 12 on BBC2. I can name most of the main characters in TNG and the original, but that’s about it.

  41. Toothed Varmint Says:

    I kinda pride myself on not watching any NG, Voyager or Deep Space Nine ever. I’ve seen a couple of old proper ST with the Shat and Dr Spock and all of them veterans. That was a long time ago.
    Well, I don’t exactly pride myself, I just never had the urge to watch Star Trek, I must be somewhat abnormal. Having said that, I would be very interested in your review.

  42. ugeine Says:

    Site Name
    You see, Star Trek is one of those weird programmes where there’s no divider; people either seem to stay completely away from it or think it’s a good idea to have a Klingon wedding ceremony. There’s no in between; I mention I’ve watched it and s’alright and people think I must be a Trekkie or something.

    I’m not a Trekkie.

    Trekkies are smart.

  43. Dave Says:

    BATTLESTAR!

  44. Nick T Says:

    Star Trek was one of the things I stopped watching when I gave up smoking.

    “Noly?”

  45. Toothed Varmint Says:

    Yes, Battelestar. And Firefly.

  46. Napoleon Says:

    Star Trek’s enjoyed by the sort of person you see being bundled into the back of a Group 4 van after being found guilty of child abuse. I’ll wager that cunt Jonathan King is a Star Trek fan.

  47. Clarry Says:

    What a disasterous weekend of comedy…?

    Harry and Paul can only be described as a travesty. That Pacquador sketch (last week) was so awful I turned off the telly in a rage. Even the theme tune annoys me. There are a few redeeming characters but they are repeated too often and each sketch almost identical, so overall it is awful. Enfield isn’t funny and Paul Whitehouse is better than this. Why don’t they both just stop now?

    Little Britain USA. I don’t know where to start…. It’s just lazy, awful rubbish, trying to be contraversial. Whiffs of desperation.

    And then there’s the Secret Policeman’s Ball. You can usually rely on a bit of live stand up for a good laugh – sadly I was mistaken. Half an hour of precisely no laughs was endured before reaching for the remote.

  48. ugeine Says:

    Insulting Trekkies on the internet is a bit like insulting crocodiles in while paddling in a river in the Amazon.

  49. Napoleon Says:

    Ugeine – No it isn’t. You can insult a crocodile all you want and it won’t make a blind bit of difference. Your crocodile’s a big lizard, and therefore doesn’t speak English, see? Also, what part of the Nile are we talking about here?

  50. Napoleon Says:

    Amazon, sorry. Don’t know why I said Nile.

  51. charliemingles Says:

    Can I just say to Mr Dave Medlo, excellent work sir. This time next year, we’ll all be millionaire’s. Guaranteed. Well, SH will. We’ll get fuck all. But you get the general idea.

  52. ugeine Says:

    Good point Napoleon. Maybe I should have said ‘insulting a Trekkie on the internet is like poking a Crocodile in The Amazon.’ But then, where else are you going to poke a crocodile? Maybe it’s more like insulting a crocodile using their native tongue?

    Whatever way round, insulting trekkies on the net usually leads to very tedious trolls defending it’s honour like.

  53. Napoleon Says:

    Star Trek has honour? Jesus.

    I’d also like to add my support to Dave and his film. I’d like to add it but I can’t, as my sexy version of Watership Down is much betterer.

  54. Nick T Says:

    I used to like Lexx for my sci fi kicks.

    I was scared of wasting my time with TSPB after the disaster of last years.

  55. Napoleon Says:

    TSPB? What the fuck’s that?

  56. Nick T Says:

    The Secret Policmens Ball….

    See also LBUSA

  57. Nick T Says:

    The Secret Policmans Ball….

    See also LBUSA

  58. Napoleon Says:

    The Secret Policeman’s Ball? How old is that? John Cleese and Peter Cook and all that lot? Have they repeated it again?

  59. Nick T Says:

    They’ve (who?) been making them for the last few years. It was on last week. Last years was awful.

  60. Napoleon Says:

    Have they? Shows how much attention I’ve been paying to the loony leftie comedy scene recently. Does Ben Elton still come on it and bang on about Maggie Thatcher?

  61. Swineshead Says:

    It was on Channel 4 and it was absolutely dreadful. When that arsehole James Corden’s one of the acts you have to start asking questions of the organisers. Questions like ‘WHY?! FOR GOD’S SAKE, WHY?’

  62. Napoleon Says:

    I don’t know who James Corden is. Did they do the Four Yorkshiremen sketch? Or the one where Peter Cook sits on a bench and does a monologue he wrote in 1959?

  63. Clarry Says:

    NT – I missed that, maybe if i’d have seen SPB 2007 I would have saved myself the bother this year. Fucking hell it was bad. They kept focussing on people in fits of laughter in the audience – they must have been planted and paid, because there was no way on earth they were laughing at what I was seeing. The whole lot was made even more jarringly uncomfortable with the serious bits slung in between, almost as an afterthought.

  64. Napoleon Says:

    They pull a similar trick with The Weakest Link. Anne makes a sub-standard joke, and the audience erupts in peals of laughter. The thing is, if you look behind Anne when the guffaws are going on, the audience all look like they’ve just received news of the death of a loved one.

  65. Mikey Says:

    I am not sure crocodiles live in the Amazon. Apparently Caimans do, which is a type of aligator, but am not certain about crocodiles.

  66. Napoleon Says:

    That’s probably why I said Nile by mistake. I don’t associate the Amazon with crocodiles.

  67. Clarry Says:

    NC – The comedy was about as middle of the road and apolitical as it gets but they threw Germaine Greer in to get all political on our asses towards the end. It just didn’t work. Not one bit.

  68. Napoleon Says:

    Germaine Greer? The paedophile? Never liked her, never.

  69. Toothed Varmint Says:

    Why is Greer a paedophile? What did I miss?

  70. Nick T Says:

    I find that the only laughs I get on tv are from “You’ve Been Framed”
    I spent an hour last saturday laughing at it.

  71. Swineshead Says:

    She wrote a book about pubescent boys. ‘Paedophile’ might be a bit strong, perhaps.

  72. Napoleon Says:

    Strong, why? Alright, let’s write a book about the erotic possibilities of ten year old girls, shall we? See how far we get, yes?

    SHE SHOULD GET DONE HUNG, THE PAEDO BITCH!

  73. ugeine Says:

    THE SPB 2006 with Russell Brand made me chuckle. He was just reading from The Sun. Also, they had a barratt/fielding routine they’re still peddling.

  74. Swineshead Says:

    Alright, let’s write a book about the erotic possibilities of ten year old girls

    Sounds like a cracking Saturday night in, that – you get 16 cans of strong white cider and I’ll get the Vienetta. Don’t forget pencils and a pad.

  75. Toothed Varmint Says:

    Yes, let’s, let’s!

  76. Napoleon Says:

    There could be protests from certain quarters. I’m thinking: Everyone?

    Considering the subject matter, I was genuinely fearful of clicking on that photo link. I don’t think the Pete Townshend defence works for anyone other than venerated rock stars.

  77. Nick T Says:

    Way ahead of you….

    *makes popcorn*

  78. Toothed Varmint Says:

    I saw a still from a docfilm “Animal Love” by Ulrich Seidl about… well, it’s self-explanatory, really. There was this youngish man with a mullet french-kissing a hound. And I mean a proper dog, not a euphemism for Kerry Katona. He looked really content and happy. made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Who are we to judge him, eh? I ask you…
    I need to wash my brain with soap and acid.

  79. Swineshead Says:

    I think, and let’s all be honest, if you’ve reached your twenties without having a passionate, tongue-colliding clinch with a canine, there’s something wrong with you, right guys?

    Right?

    Guys?

    Oh.

  80. Toothed Varmint Says:

    It was a serious documentary, by the way! Honest! Proper European.

  81. Napoleon Says:

    My dog used to lick my face if I wasn’t careful. I don’t think we ever engaged in tongue on tongue action though. They lick their own anuses and eat shit off of the floor.

  82. Toothed Varmint Says:

    I also a clip of a man fucking a chicken. That wasn’t a proper documentary though, as I recall. Someone sent it to me in an e-mail. I had words with them afterwards.
    Chicken for fuck’s sake!!!

  83. Napoleon Says:

    I don’t get these folk wot fuck animals. If you ‘do it’ to a real woman, you can get them to make you tea and bring you a copy of Exchange & Mart from the toilet afterwards. Dogs won’t do that.

    Well … I suppose you could get ’em to bring you the Exchange & Mart. I doubt they’ve got the gunption to make tea. Can you train a monkey to make tea? If so, you could probably give a monkey one, and get it to bring you your tea and your magazine after you’ve done your business.

    Still, they’re a bit dirty. I went to a zoo once, and there was this monkey rubbing its shitty arse up against the glass. The dirty monkey.

  84. ugeine Says:

    If you don’t think animals and humans can love each other, you haven’t seen me and Buster here.

  85. Napoleon Says:

    That’s the same photo Swineshead linked to.

  86. Nick T Says:

    That’s fucking discusting and there is no excusing it. Mullets were shit in the 80s and they’re shit now!

  87. Swineshead Says:

    Is having sex with a monkey illegal? If it isn’t, it should be.

  88. ugeine Says:

    ‘That’s the same photo Swineshead linked to.’

    I really need to keep checking this thing more often, i keep doing that.

    While I’m here I’ve invented this great new boardgame where you get to go around Europe and… Oh, nevermind.

    *sulks off*

  89. Napoleon Says:

    I think having sex with anything other than a human over the age of sixteen is illegal, isn’t it? Anything alive, like. I think you’re alright if you want to start giving marrows and grapefruits a go.

  90. Dave Says:

    What about if you went back in a time machine and had sex with yourself as a child?

  91. ugeine Says:

    That’s actually a really good question. I haven’t the faintest clue, apart from the fact that doesn’t apply in Switzerland, as they recently set a precedent that gave plants dignity.

  92. ugeine Says:

    ‘What about if you went back in a time machine and had sex with yourself as a child?’

    That’s probably the main plot of a Star Trek episode.

  93. Swineshead Says:

    Dave – only someone as desperate as you would ask that question. Are you seriously considering that course of action, just to get your rocks off?

    You disgust me.

  94. Napoleon Says:

    To be honest, I’d rather go back in time and give my ex-grilfriend one than myself. She was in good nick back then, before chocolate and idleness did for her figure. Plus, if you go back in time and, as a man, engage in a bit o’ that, do you feel it up your pipes too? Or start remembering it as your’re doing yourself?

    And who’s to say you’d agree to give y’self one in the first place? I doubt I’d have indulged in the love that dare not speak its name with a balding old man who smells of drink who just turns up one day out of the blue. My breath would put me off.

  95. Nick T Says:

    What is that tiny smiley face at the bottome of the screen for?

  96. Napoleon Says:

    It’s watching YOU, Nick. Making sure you don’t leave here and visit the sort of sites Dave looks at.

  97. Dave Says:

    If Marty McFly wanted to shag himself as a kid I think the space time continuum would destroy the very fabric of space.

    Weighing it up it just isn’t worth it. I was hot as a boy though.

    If I was living in Doctor Who world, on the other hand….

  98. Swineshead Says:

    If I went back and time I’d probably nick lots of money, give it to my younger self (after making sure his alibi was intact for the night of the theft) then hot foot it away from the coppers in my Delorean. Then I would vanish as my younger self would’ve trod a different past, and the current me would be sacrificed for the benefit of the younger Swine. And WWM wouldn’t exist.

  99. Napoleon Says:

    If you were living in Doctor Who world, you’d be eight years old. Because that’s the age Doctor Who’s written for.

  100. Nick T Says:

    Ha!

    http://apps.facebook.com/blognetworks/blogpage.php?blogid=53592

  101. Dave Says:

    Then I’d be praying for an older me to show me a little tenderness WOULDN’T I? Bloody hell….

  102. ugeine Says:

    Actually, your child self would not be able to consent to sexual actions, so technically you’d be raping yourself.

    What if you went back in time and had sex with a plant?

  103. Nick T Says:

    What if you went back, took naked pictures of yourself , then came back to now and posted them on the interweb?

    Oh dear…

  104. Napoleon Says:

    You’d be alright with a plant. I really can’t see my younger self consenting to have sex with an older version of myself. And, thinking about it, I don’t think my older self wants to go back in time to fuck my younger self – I was a cunt when I was a kid.

    If I had to make this choice, I’ll go for Ugeine’s plant idea. We had a lovely looking grow bag full of healthy cherry tomatoes back then …

  105. Swineshead Says:

    Dave – can you post some pictures of your younger self?
    I could do with a laugh.

  106. ugeine Says:

    Or waht if when you were a child you took pictures of yourself nude, of your own accord, and then put them in a time capsule and the guy who dug them up 800 years in the future tugged one out to them?

  107. Dave Says:

    Depends on the plant. If it was a Triffid or that one from Little Shop of Horrors you may get yourself into a spot of bother.

  108. Dave Says:

    ‘Dave – can you post some pictures of your younger self?
    I could do with a laugh.’

    Go to my superior blog and search ‘you monsters’ in the tool bar.

    Wait until you get home though…we ll know your intentions and, whilst I’m fine with it, flattered, I wouldn’t want to see you sacked.

  109. Swineshead Says:

    I don’t know what your blog’s called. What’s it called?

  110. Dave Says:

    forget it.

  111. Swineshead Says:

    Oops.

  112. Dave Says:

    I’ve sent you loads of emails asking you to add me to your site and you never do. And now you want to enjoy a photo of me as a youngster wearing a thick jumper in the middle of summer? Think on.

  113. Clarry Says:

    I find it really hard to gauge a person when I don’t know what they look like. So far I know what Swines, NC and Dave look like and I think I know what Piqued, JQW and Tombstone are like. The others are a mystery to me. I NEED TO KNOW.

  114. Swineshead Says:

    Alright I’ll link to it.
    You haven’t ever sent me an email though, I don’t think.

  115. Swineshead Says:

    I don’t feel I need to know, Clarry. I quite like the thought of Mingles as a chimp with a gun, for example. The toothed varmint I picture as some kind of feral rodent.

  116. Nick T Says:

    They’re going to bring back “Going for Gold” but this time John Suchet will play the Henry Kelly role.

    It’s all go eh?

  117. Nick T Says:

    Clarry – google me

    *switched on webcam*

    *gets fired*

  118. Napoleon Says:

    Swineshead took this photo of me the other month. I think you’ll agree I’m one hell of a looker.

  119. Swineshead Says:

    ahahaha

  120. ugeine Says:

    clarry: This is me:

  121. Napoleon Says:

    Ugeine – Good to see we’re attracting the right sort of readers on here. Now all we need are Jim Davidson and Garry Bushell to join in the fun …

  122. ugeine Says:

    Millitant Guardianista paedophile PC Brigade types raising taxes by banning the word English from the dictionary unless you’re a gay Paedophile? You couldn’t make it up.

  123. Napoleon Says:

    I know, Ugeine. Next they’ll be banning the skin that forms on the top of a tray of rice pudding! Because it offends the lesbians, see? And don’t get me started on what the namby-pamby loony left is up to in my local council – they’ve only gone and outlawed cucumbers … because they’re racist!

  124. ugeine Says:

    Sounds like a right bunch of jobsworths up in your council, Napoleon. Our council now makes us English citizens pay ‘asylum seeker tax’.

    Stuart (Northampton not Northamptonshire)

    (I actually read one of his columns where he said that Brighton Council have banned Donkey Rides because of ‘elf and safety. You couldn’t make it up (though he most probably did make it up).)

  125. daveselectricblanket Says:

    Just taken another look at that pic of me and I’m one ugly bugger. Not as ugly as I look on that picture though. That’s a step beyond any serviceman of plugness. And I’m fat, ginger, pale and wear Joe 90 glasses.

    Why did you make me God?

  126. ugeine Says:

    *semi*

  127. Toothed Varmint Says:

    Feral rodent, pha, the very idea. Quite a domesticated rodent, thank you very much, Swineshead. I haven’t been this insulted since lunchtime.

  128. Dave Says:

    ‘An anemic Star Trek Fan with halitosis
    Blogs’

    a) I do suffer from iron deficiancy and have to supplement myself daily. I have to drink Guinness whilst menstruating.
    b) I like Battlestar. I hate Star Trek. Completelly different.
    c) Why would you make that assertion about me? There is no justfication for that claim.

  129. Swineshead Says:

    Jesus, Dave – I was trying to do you a favour!

  130. daveselectricblanket Says:

    I appreciate it, SH. I enjoy it.

  131. daveselectricblanket Says:

    Shit. just watched the video. Watched that last night. Good stuff. Although they may as well all be wearing Vote Obama T-Shirts.

    Seriously. This video’s cooking a storm on the interwebs.

    Medlo? Legend.

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