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July 24, 2014

"I Saw Nessy," Blaydeman parody of "Under The Sea,"Disney's The Little Mermaid, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
I'm glad you pulled out this one Blaydeman cause I never seen a Disney parody done by you so this is a rare treat. I loved the topic and how you stayed true to throughout the whole song especially the list section which I would of talked about other creatures people try to find like UFOs and Bigfoot but the way you did it was even better
"In the Slush (The Denis Leary Christmas Special)," Agrimorfee parody of "In The Flesh,"Pink Floyd, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
I remember this project well. It was a lot of fun! We should do something like this again this Christmas!
"Two, Decidedly Rough," Merry & Pippin parody of "Two Divided By Love,"The Grass Roots, Comment by Michael Pacholek Report this comment
Glad to see the two of you are not divided by anything. Ah, London in the Swinging Sixties... the 1660s. Party on, Charles!
"Oh, Ramapo ," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "O Canada,"Traditional, Comment by Michael Pacholek Report this comment
As a lifelong resident of New Jersey, I appreciate the effort, but the execution was weak. You'll figure this stuff out eventually. After all, it's not like you go to Fairleigh Dickinson -- a.k.a. Fairly Ridiculous.
"Here's a Tune, Amiright," Timmy1000 parody of "There's a Moon Out Tonight,"Capris, Comment by Michael Pacholek Report this comment
I've heard of a Bad Moon Rising, but this is ridiculous. Five Beano pills, plus a bonus for going back to the Doo Wop Era.
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Michael Pacholek Report this comment
I'd like to give this an eight, lad. But I can't change the laws of Amiright, so I can only give ye a five.
"Wet Swimsuits," Adrian Reavill parody of "Boogie Nights,"Heatwave, Comment by Me Report this comment
Just awful.

July 23, 2014

"The Rad Volt Hog," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Armour Hotdogs,"Armour Hotdog Commercial, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Patrick, I live in Sacramento, Ca. which loves the entire Green Movement. We have a lot of electric cars and bicycles on the road and manufacture them and their components. There are electric stations too and Gov Brown is all for it. Electric motorcycles are nothing new just as electric cars that debuted in the early 20th century- it just wasn't practical compared to fuel driven vehicles. The overall design of the Live Wire is decent if it had a big 4-cyl engine but that electric core can only deliver for a max range of 50 miles. Normal motorcycles have ranges of hundreds of miles depending on the type and tank capacity. Can you imagine trying to drive the LW to Sturgis from anywhere? 50 miles for me is a 1 hr drive on errands and used to be to and from work daily! Bikers that actually live to ride go 100s a miles a day. And what makes me laugh is the fake crotch rocket design. At high speed the motor will simply lose all its juice fast and then what? Dead stop in the middle of nowhere or a busy freeway or intersection? The better futuristic idea is a chem engine that uses fuel pellets to produce fuel. No gas station as you can carry a bag of pellets in storage spaces, bags, or on yourself. German idea or fuel cell hybrid just like cars. 0-30 electric then switches to ICE and then 30 back to stop. Repeat. Range increased by 300 miles! Idle an option!!!
"Where has Neurosyphilis Gone?," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?,"Pete Seeger, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
And, BTW, occasional patients with NS who didn't have the strange gait were apparently indistinguishable from those with early-onset Alzheimer's.
"Where has Neurosyphilis Gone?," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?,"Pete Seeger, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
@CML: a remarkable comment. The version on my blog has "luetic" (syphilitic) stomping instead of "headstones fading", but as I went to post the song here I felt that reference would be way too obscure. You can never predict when cognoscenti will appear. GioLio.
"The Parkway Driving Song ," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Jingle Bells,"Traditional, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
A nice "Christmas In July" themed parody. Only a few shopping months left till Dec 25.
"Armadillos are Roaming," Andrew McDonald parody of "Amarillo by Morning,"George Strait, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Saw a road kill armadillo in Missouri, about 50 miles south of Kansas City. Looks like they are migrating north. What size shot do you recommend?
"The Rad Volt Hog," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Armour Hotdogs,"Armour Hotdog Commercial, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
If I rode a bike, which I don't, no sense of balance, I wouldn't be able to get it from the nearest Harley dealership in Grandview, Missouri back to Kansas City, KS. Not only would you have to buy the bike, you would have to get a truck or trailer to haul it to Sturgis. Kind of defeats the tree-hugger imprssion, as well as the bad-ass biker image. Does this thing have training wheels?
"Fulsome Diction Blues," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Folsom Prison Blues,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Tommy Turtle would have loved this. Are you sure you are not his Canadian reincarnation?
"Where has Neurosyphilis Gone?," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?,"Pete Seeger, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
My dad was assigned to a third stage, neuro-syphilis ward when he was in med school a few centuries ago. He said one of the distinctive signs of a patient so afflicted was the "Syphilis Stomp." These patients couldn't sense when their feet had touched the ground when they took a normal step, so they had to instinctively stomp the floor to make themselves aware they had finished their step. Otherwise, they would sense that they were about to fall
"Filth of Humans," CryHavoc parody of "Chimes of Freedom,"Bob Dylan, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
A long, complex work, in the best Dylan tradition. I believe you are only the second to attempt "Chimes of Freedom" on this web site. I'll have to listen to the Dylan version again to check your pacing. But the lyrics are quite well conceived.
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I liked the line about them acting like an old married couple. So they must have federal judges in the Galactic Federation, too. Do they "boldly go where men were not supposed to go?"
"Oklahomo!," Bob Gomez parody of "Oklahoma!,"Broadway Cast, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I have no problem with voters or the state legislature authorizing gay marriage, but this business of unelected judges arbitrarily throwing their weight around is a threat to everyone's rights.
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
I was exactly the right age when the original series came out; Indeed, I was the target audience. So I greatly appreciate this. Seems odd, in retrospect that I never did an original Star Trek themed parody ... No, wait I did one .. called "Gorn on The Bayou"
"I Must Take A Selfie," Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd parody of "I Should Be So Lucky,"Kylie Minogue, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Does this song reference the deep thinker who took a selfie while touring Auschwitz? Have you heard about this, Peter. It was posted at #notgettingtheconcept
"The Rad Volt Hog," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Armour Hotdogs,"Armour Hotdog Commercial, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I'm not specifically targeting Harley at all, but this design is for a niche market of Greenies that ride. I can't imagine that the avg Harley biker is gonna wanna ride this or accessorize this. No loud pipes, nothing to chrome, designed as a sportsbike instead of a cruiser, and automatic. Would seem to be a dead end as were previous auto bikes with ICE powerplants. I have only seen 2 V-Rods on the road since 2001 and one was in 2001 when it debuted. Good news is that Audi has a bike for production, so that should prove interesting ;-)
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Dr. Oliver Clozoff Report this comment
Made me laugh. Best parody in a while.
"Armadillos are Roaming," Andrew McDonald parody of "Amarillo by Morning,"George Strait, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
I think it's funny but will PETA think so?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSAnf2Z3XW4
well I guess that answers that 5's
"The Rad Volt Hog," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Armour Hotdogs,"Armour Hotdog Commercial, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
personally I'd rather eat an armour hot dog than ride one of these anyway... 5's
"Oyl," Rick Duncan parody of "Royals,"Lorde, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
I dare you to go the John A. Barry route and do 100 of these.
"Jonesing For A Snack," Agrimorfee parody of "Falling Inside The Black,"Skillet, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
Sounds like you've got the munchies brah... Good parody and it musta been some good weed too
"Theres A 404 Dead Link," Jason parody of "Theres A Hole In My Bucket,"Traditional, Comment by Celeste Report this comment
I just don't find a personal attack on Chucky to be particularly funny at all. I wish there was a vote number lower than 1 but unfortunately there isn't.
"Jonesing For A Snack," Agrimorfee parody of "Falling Inside The Black,"Skillet, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
*breaks out dictionary, looks up "jonesing" and "doobage", ponders if this qualifies as stoner metal...* ;-)
"Sixteen Sons," Dee Range parody of "Sixteen Tons,"Tennessee Ernie Ford, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
Today's Classic comes from the mind of Dee Range

July 22, 2014

"I Must Take A Selfie," Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd parody of "I Should Be So Lucky,"Kylie Minogue, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
Reminds me of that house/techno song that's popular right now called "Selfie" that song is very annoying but this parody is fun and creative
"I'm Nude," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "With You,"Chris Brown, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
I see this is a recent one, You do really great stuff when you are not pressed for time in our Artistry rounds and writing for yourself , it seems. It also proves I gotta visit the site more often on my own time to enjoy parodies like this. "Traipse Starkers" would be a good porno name.
"I Saw Nessy," Blaydeman parody of "Under The Sea,"Disney's The Little Mermaid, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
Wow, what an underrated gem of a parody! I giggled profusely throughout. Kudos especially on the choruses and the tricky bridge.
"I Still Wait (For You)," Abbott Skelding parody of "I Will Wait,"Mumford & Sons, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
Been there, I am always the first to be ready...and woe be me if I am not "ready" before she is! Very ingenious to use the OS title in a twisted way.
"Invisible," Abbott Skelding parody of "Invincible,"OK Go, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
Unlike Matthias, I wish you did get a little more pervy with it. I expected a lot more I suppose. It was nicely done, wish I could say more. .
"Loose Leaf," Blaydeman parody of "Last Leaf,"Ok Go, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
Indeed rather brief. Haiku-ish. The Kind of song Weird Al would use as filler (yar yar) in an album.
"Red Gloves," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "End Love,"OK Go, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
Very good parody, I wish the story could have ended a little less jarringly, but no real complaint from me....I got a glass jaw, so I don't wanna kiss the canvas.
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Rex Report this comment
Thanks Claude, Peter, Jonathan, Peregrin, and TJC! Live long and may the force be with you.
"Oklahomo!," Bob Gomez parody of "Oklahoma!,"Broadway Cast, Comment by TJC Report this comment
Practically Perfect Parodyin', Pard! Now it's Okla— *and* Opra— they'll be re-Gail-in'!
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by TJC Report this comment
Simply stunning, Rex — maybe you can arrange for Dr. Phil to beam in...
"Paragraph," Leough parody of "Photograph,"Ringo Starr, Comment by TJC Report this comment
I love it, Leough! So relatable for discounted mark-uppers like me!
"Oyl," Rick Duncan parody of "Royals,"Lorde, Comment by TJC Report this comment
Incredibly original! Flawlessly formed! And best of all, it's Friggin' Hilarious!

You're truly harkening back to the yukkier years of yore a la Kristoff, Spaff, et al. yankovic with this delightful ditty.
"I Must Take A Selfie," Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd parody of "I Should Be So Lucky,"Kylie Minogue, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Wonderful stuff - excellent choice of title subs, beautifully written
"I Must Take A Selfie," Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd parody of "I Should Be So Lucky,"Kylie Minogue, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
found this one prety funny myselfie 5's
"The Parkway Driving Song ," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Jingle Bells,"Traditional, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
and to think all I wanted for Christmas was a New Jersey 5's
"O Changes Everything," Patrick McWilliams parody of "Love Changes Everything,"Michael Ball, Comment by Anon Report this comment
"Jackboots burst in suddenly
"All our freedoms disappear"

It isn't Obama who's "insane." You had the freedom to write this nonsense.
"Rehearsing," Matthias parody of "Rebirthing,"Skillet, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
This is also for the Artistry 2: Skillet round so I wanted to make sure that I had something for it
"Rehearsing," Matthias parody of "Rebirthing,"Skillet, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
No I actually like this song it's a matter of not knowing when I'm going to have time and Internet again to work on it
"O Changes Everything," Patrick McWilliams parody of "Love Changes Everything,"Michael Ball, Comment by Barry J. Mitchel Report this comment
Patrick me boy, ye must be a racist! Or you're infuriated that the Obama administration seems to have revived the "No Irish need apply" signs of a century ago. Actually, I agree with your entire well-crafted lyrics except the last few lines (insane?). As I knew even before Charles Krauthammer opined it, everything that Obama is doing (or avoiding) is part of his deliberate plan to neuter the USA as a world power and expand the domestic dependent class by all means including importing voters through our porous southern border.
"Oyl," Rick Duncan parody of "Royals,"Lorde, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
I can see/hear why you got into this song, it has got that perfect-use-of-voice-over-not-really-any-instruments-that-you'll-remember drive that only nails it as a big hit once or twice every ten years - with Sinead O'Connor's "Nothing compares 2 U" as maybe the most notable example in music history.

If interested you might wanna lend an ear to Dilba's "I'm sorry", a local Swedish hit in the same vein from long back that at the time broke the record for highest ever number of weeks at the national list's number one spot.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lai233gCLPE
"Superbird ," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "No More Words,"Berlin, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Way to go, Joe- 555 hp!!!
"I Must Take A Selfie," Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd parody of "I Should Be So Lucky,"Kylie Minogue, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
Not that I believe your rumour-mongering Otherie but if I did I'd say it's truly The American Way to elect a president that is 180° opposite to the one in communist Russia! ;-)
"Rehearsing," Matthias parody of "Rebirthing,"Skillet, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
I'd say more lines were nailed than not, and the consistency of the theme played out pretty much made up for the rest, so 455 and a bonus pack of fries from me with that, but what I don't get is why you felt the need to post it today, couldn't you have saved it for later and given yourself time to go over it one more time, were you that tired of listening to the original that you had to get done with it, or something like that?
"I Must Take A Selfie," Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd parody of "I Should Be So Lucky,"Kylie Minogue, Comment by Otherie Report this comment
...not to mention a certain selfie-taking Kenyan metrosexual White House occupant rumored to be out-and-out homosexual with a trannie wife?
"(Royal) People Who Died," Merry & Pippin parody of "People Who Died,"Jim Carroll, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
Today's classic is one of my faves by the hobbits -- outstanding
"Song By Al," Warren Baker parody of "You Can Call Me Al,"Paul Simon, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
Top stuff, Warren, and agreed. The man is genius. TWO fives to you! "Whaaaa?", I hear you say? And an extra 5 for the use of nomenclature in a parody :)

July 21, 2014

"Only Fourteen (The R. Kelly Song)," Bob Gomez parody of "Only Sixteen,"Sam Cooke, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
A classic indeed! At first I thought "I haven't heard anything about this lately. Not again!!!", and then I looked at the release date :)

Reviewing those past events, and other associated alleged events, it appears as though the term "release date" should have been applicable in real life (way into the future...)

Back to the parody: Good stuff Bob, a nice 'summation', as it were :)
"Song By Al," Warren Baker parody of "You Can Call Me Al,"Paul Simon, Comment by WarrenB Report this comment
You really have to hand it to Weird Al. He has longevity not only in the music business, but also longevity and credibility in the weirdness business.
BTW, I do remember the Talking Heads album and the subsequent videos, and it's interesting that you brought up the So album. Pete has always been a favorite, and he's always been an innovator.
Thanks for the comment, GHTFIYATS.
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
Spot on with the interelationship between these two, Rex. Made me chuckle all the way through :)

I was wondering when you got Sulu whether you were introduce another aspect to the song, but I see you played it 'straight'!
"Oklahomo!," Bob Gomez parody of "Oklahoma!,"Broadway Cast, Comment by Bob Gomez Report this comment
Thanks for singin' along, guys!
"Song By Al," Warren Baker parody of "You Can Call Me Al,"Paul Simon, Comment by Gonna Have to Face It, You're Addicted to Spuds Report this comment
This parody is really really GOOD. Weird Al is trying new novel ideas here, and it's highlighting his creative genius even more. Paul Simon's "Graceland" album is a milestone too. It's a "World Beat" classic that scaled up the album charts along with another "World Beat" classic - "So" by Peter Gabriel. In fact, at the 1987 Grammy Awards TV show, those 2 "world music" classics were the Top Two contenders for Album Of The Year. Surf the Net to see who the winner is ; ) Weird Al Yankovic is doing something that at least is making popular music interesting by fusing several videos (not just one at a time) into a "video album". However, this ain't the first time it's been done. It DOES take a lot of work to make a video album, especially if the videos are linked to make a "story". That's what the Eurythmics did with their 1987 album "Savage". Talking Heads made a video album in 1983, when "Speaking in Tongues" came out. Queen if I recall may have done one too, in 1984. I may be wrong on that. The Electric Light Orchestra (AKA "ELO") possibly may have made the very first video album to accommodate the 1979 "Discovery" LP. However, it wasn't several videos strung together, it was all one long video and it was aired as a "special" on late night TV. I was much too young to be seeing it when it was first broadcast in America : (> BTW, Weird Al's new album has debuted on the album charts at NUMERO UNO! Alriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight! : )
"NASCAR Races," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Camptown Races,"Stephen Foster, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Sounds like the song u may have in mind is "Little GTO" by Jan and Dean
"Justin Got Run Over by a Lambo," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer,"Elmo & Patsy, Comment by Joe the Crazy Conch Report this comment
J.B. "What's-his-face" is a jerk. Anyway, I feel your pain. It should've been a true story (no offense to Justin or poor little Selena).
"Catching Trouble: The Ballad of Ross Allen," StrangeJames parody of "Beverly Hillbillies Theme,"Beverly Hillbillies, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
well it captured my attention 455
"Fulsome Diction Blues," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Folsom Prison Blues,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
right... good one 5's... I'm off to read my dictionary now...
"Justin Got Run Over by a Lambo," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer,"Elmo & Patsy, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
pacing was a little off but oh well funny concept too bad it wasn't based on a true story j/k 455
"Jehovah's Witness," Tim Hall parody of "Who Can It Be Now,"Men at Work, Comment by Rachel Report this comment
Very stupid
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
more of a "Star Wars" fan here but this was pretty hilarious! 5's
"NASCAR Races," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Camptown Races,"Stephen Foster, Comment by Joe the Crazy Conch Report this comment
This is a good song. Anyway, Rob, I'm working on ones for the Superbird (using Berlin's "No More Words") and Pontiac GTO (original song unknown).
"13," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Brylcreem ,"Brylcreem Commercial , Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Glad you liked it. The oldest item I have besides pics is my dad's Hai Karate cologne from 1969!!! I miss some of the old products and laugh when "Family Guy" makes fun of them- like when Stewie asks Brian for some Anacin for a headache!!! I miss the Marathon Bar a lot too, although Cadbury makes a Curly Wurly bar that is similar but reduced in length and is thinner. The commercial site I go to has all '70s products IIRC...
"Hot Pockets," Lee Lone parody of "Hot Blooded,"Foreigner, Comment by WRIF Report this comment
Didn't the idea come from Detroit's 101.1 the WRIF, Dave and Chuck the Freak!?!? I heard their "parody" from 2010, and Hot Pockets tweeted them recently, "thanks for the suggestion" Interesting... very interesting...
"Oklahomo!," Bob Gomez parody of "Oklahoma!,"Broadway Cast, Comment by Lone Star Lonnie Report this comment
Oklahoma: the poor man's Texas.
"Fulsome Diction Blues," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Folsom Prison Blues,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Dick Shawn Report this comment
Genius!
"NASCAR Races," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Camptown Races,"Stephen Foster, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Nice one Joe-555, but what about other car parodies? Are you gonna write about any sportscars or other vehicles? I have written about many and have one in progress. Two here have been on the AMX Javelin and Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird as well as LSR cars and some NASCAR. I also wrote about Speed Racer and the GRX! 469 mph!!! THAT evil engine :)
"Terrorist Blues," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Cocaine Blues,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
All true Susanna-555! But where is Western and Malaysian Airlines accountability? What did MA know about the flight path and also WHY didn't the European air authorities close off those corridors over a war zone? The E Ukrainian separatists had warned that they would shoot down Ukrainian aircraft and have done so, even rotorcraft... mostly with MANPADS. I guess that the assumption lay in that weapon system that could only reach about 12,000 ft. So by flying at 33,000 they thought it would be safe. BUK proved them wrong and for the record the Russians gave them the older missile system SA-11 not SA-17. While the death toll is indeed tragic, the plane should have never been allowed to fly that path over that area during a war. I think the response from the separatists is more stupidity than deliberate... but it IS their terrirtory to do what they want. They put out the fires, recovered the bodies, and got at least 1 black box so far. What they do with this evidence is up to them. If Moscow is involved, then Putin needs to be exposed. But the Red Army is not going to cross over and secure the area for the West.
"Flight was Costly ," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Rice-A-Roni ,"Rice-A-Roni Commercial , Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Of course the USSR and now Russia are suspicious of the West- they were attacked or invaded for centuries and the Nazis were the last straw. Then there was the Cold War arms race, space race, and eventually the peace race. Significant progress has been made with the last category, but still Russia might as well be another world compared to the West and just because Putin supports the separatists and gives weapons... who doesn't? The US and Europe give weapons to their Allies and strategic partners all the time, even tyrants and murderers have gotten arms from the West to fight perceived "evil" nations against the US (Iraq under Saddam for example against Iran). A US ship shot down an Iranian airliner by mistake and the Soviets shot down a Korean airliner. It happens. Its clear that the separatists thought the plane was a military transport and engaged the target with a mobile AA system. But now that they know it was a passenger jet, they should allow unbiased, independent organizations to come and seal the area, recover the bodies, and recover the plane in pieces, including the black boxes. Instead, the area is ruined and the bodies are on a refrigerated train- destination unknown. It even appears that one of the black boxes was found. Photos show the fuselage peppered with holes from the missile detonation. So, the BUK nailed it and was moved out of the area. Russia is not going to help. It might suspend heavy arms for a while but then back to business as ususal...
"Red Gloves," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "End Love,"OK Go, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
Maria the Goose is in this video and this is a great parody he would be proud! Well done now don't hit me!
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
Looking forward to the next third movie, in the meantime here's 555 and a link to a site still alive:

http://www.trektoday.com/content/
"You Don't Have A Life," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "How to Save a Life,"The Fray, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
My favorite response: "A life? Sounds cool! Where can I download one of those???"
"I Love Spock and Bones," Rex Ungericht parody of "I Love Rock and Roll,"Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
Just went to a Trek convention last month (seriously). It was weird but lots of fun...just like this parody! Well done Rex
"Only Fourteen (The R. Kelly Song)," Bob Gomez parody of "Only Sixteen,"Sam Cooke, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
Aaaaaand today's classic is the first Bob Gomez parody that I noticed. Dated but still great
"Oklahomo!," Bob Gomez parody of "Oklahoma!,"Broadway Cast, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
Well, I only know how the chorus goes, but it was great! Well done Bob
"Fulsome Diction Blues," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Folsom Prison Blues,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
Good. Just very, very quite.....uh, good

July 20, 2014

"13," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Brylcreem ,"Brylcreem Commercial , Comment by Meriadoc Report this comment
This was pretty funny Robert. And I do vaguely remember the Bryllcreme commercial.
"Flight was Costly ," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Rice-A-Roni ,"Rice-A-Roni Commercial , Comment by Susanna Viljanen Report this comment
If Russia was a disease, it would be paranoia. Or compulsive lying syndrome.
"Here's a Tune, Amiright," Timmy1000 parody of "There's a Moon Out Tonight,"Capris, Comment by Viewer Guy Report this comment
This is gross! 1-1-1!
"Hoyle," Rick Duncan parody of "Royals,"Lorde/Walk off the Earth, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
Meant to comment on this earlier but I was too busy watching EVERY SINGLE WOTE video....seriously, thanks for pimping that; it's tremendous and my kids and I had a great time watching a bunch of their stuff. That said, it's always awesome to see you make an appearance. I know nothing about poker, though, so the parody didn't do that much for me. Now write one about Game of Thrones or fantasy sports and I'll be all in.
"Goodbye Normal Jeans," Rex Ungericht parody of "Candle in the Wind,"Elton John, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
I'm ashamed to say I'd completely forgotten about today's classic; it's outstanding.
"Flight was Costly ," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Rice-A-Roni ,"Rice-A-Roni Commercial , Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Sorry Peter, but it just doesn't work that way. The Russians provided the BUK and the training. A bunch of paramilitary E Ukrainians in cammo with AKs and RPGs are one thing, but they cannot just jump into a military armored four-man crewed SPAAG and drive it, load it, reload it, and use the radar tracking, targeting, and fire control systems with ease. And against a target at 33,000 ft with precision? No way. Either the Russians trained them or the vehicle came from Russia with a Russian crew posing as separatists (which has been going on all year). Even though Russia supports the separatists, they are careful with what weapons they provide. A E Ukraine civil pilot for instance could not just jump into a MiG-29 and take on Ukrainian Su-25s!!! It's absurd.
"Flight was Costly ," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Rice-A-Roni ,"Rice-A-Roni Commercial , Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
Hi Rob! I'm running something through Google Translate for you, hope it works:

https://translate.google.se/translate?sl=sv&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fcornucopia.cornubot.se%2F2014%2F07%2Finsiktsfull-buk-kommentar.html&edit-text=&act=url
"Litigious," Merry & Pippin parody of "Vicious,"Lou Reed, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
Thank you Phil.

Yes, it took me a while to find it but your input was not in vain, just delayed!
"Doon-toon," Merry & Pippin parody of "Downtown,"Petula Clark, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
Thanks Leo

Great for you to have visited

July 19, 2014

"Jameela Jamil," Fack Sabbath parody of "Eleanor Rigby ,"The Beatles, Comment by I believe Report this comment
...that Jameela Jamil is a Radio One DJ, who amongst other things, had the temerity to criticize Miley Cyrus and received death threats for her trouble. Personally, I think Jameela should be knighted for services to music for her Miley stance alone. For all her perceived faults, I am sure that Jameela could pace a parody better... "Don't get me started on Zoe Ball" - 9 syllables where 5 were required (assuming Zoe is pronounced Zo-ee). "Father Ted quotes are what she's in today" - 10 syllables where 18 were required! Maybe if you add them all up the negatives and the positives would even out. Fack that idea!
"Feedin' Me," Jonathan parody of "Rock 'N' Me,"Steve Miller Band, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Thanks Rob and as for a beverage parody another one could possibly on it's way in the future but I did write one about egg nog last Christmas season check it out if you get a chance :) funny thing about that nog now with all the Christmas In July stuff going on the Hallmark Channel I have a real craving for the stuff!
"Still Whack-A-Mole For Me," Jeff Reuben parody of "Still Rock And Roll To Me,"Billy Joel, Comment by Claude Prez Report this comment
Today's Classic du jour. Of the day.
"Jameela Jamil," Fack Sabbath parody of "Eleanor Rigby ,"The Beatles, Comment by Definitely Maybe Report this comment
Why? I agree with you mate Got any idea who Jameela Jamil is
"Flight was Costly ," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Rice-A-Roni ,"Rice-A-Roni Commercial , Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Still hard to believe that untrained separatists could operate and use the tracking and targeting systems of the BUK SPAAG. Must have come from Russia across the eastern border or the Russians trained a crew. The target might have just appeared similar to the An-26 military transport from Ukraine and of course the separatists would have been happy. It turns out to be a civilian passenger jet, so now a mad rush to remove the vehicle back to Russia and contaminate the multiple impact sites. Very tragic situation.
"Breasts Filets," John A. Barry parody of "Yesterday,"Beatles, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Ah.. forgot to hit "post" on my oh-so-witty breast-related comment, and it timed out & vanished into the either.. Biggest boob I've made since the last one. :-)
"Jameela Jamil," Fack Sabbath parody of "Eleanor Rigby ,"The Beatles, Comment by Why? Report this comment
Bring back Jimmy Saville? I suspect there would be a crapload of now adults in Britain who would say "Fack that idea"
"Oh, Ramapo ," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "O Canada,"Traditional, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
I presume that you are a sophomore. If you mess with a national anthem, more sophistication would be appropriate - your piece is only marginally longer than a fragment.

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