Wednesday, July 12, 2006

YouTube

YouTube continues to be one of my favorite sites. Not only do I share personal clips with my friends and family, but I often enjoy browsing through the user uploaded videos. I found this clip a few months ago and enjoyed it immensely. According to YouTube, I am not alone, as 6,325,177 people have also watched this blistering performance. Watch it now!

5 comments:

Kim Jong-Basler said...

Dearest Dolf,

Please avoid misstating facts. The link you mention has been visited over 6 million times, but that does not -- repeat NOT -- mean that 6 million people have seen that video. If all the viewers have seen it as many times as you have, the number of viewers would indeed be far less than 6 million. I realize you went to what is essentially an overpriced community college, but please pay a bit more attention to the details in your reporting. Oh, and by the way, George Clooney left the cast of ER!

Karen Carpenter-Basler said...

http://www.cnn.com/2006/LAW/07/12/idol.indicted.ap/index.html

Now this is an example of the kind of hard-hitting investigative journalism for which you should be striving.

Dolf said...

Actually, I think I am going to do a piece on the vegan/cholesterol link. My theory is that it has something to do with the massive amounts of partially hydrogenated oils (trans fats) found in most vegan products.

Wrecking Machine said...

First of all, why was that kid not more excited when playing?

Second of all, where'd he fit the band in that tiny room?

Third of all, that was pretty damn good.

Fourth of all, most studies show that cholesterol levels have nothing to do with dietary cholesterol. High cholesterol is actually caused by a combination of genetic and stress related factors. Which explains the vegan/cholesterol link quite well.

1) Genetics. Vegans are obviously mentally incapacitated. Birth defect or mutated genes, anyone?

2) Stress. I'd be pretty stressed out if I wasn't allowed to eat anything that tasted good too.

Dolf said...

Wrecking Machine,

I fear all you have done is to awaken a sleeping Basler and fill him with a terrible resolve.

theD