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STUPID SHIT.

A typically bizarre and amusing talk from the Mr Bingo. East London’s very ‘master of pens’ provides us with a talk on his Hate Mail project. (Of which I was a recipient) at the Glug Christmas party at Fabric. Apart from being an amusing talk, it’s a great way to show how one drunken random thought can lead to a whole new creative project, and in Bingo’s case, a book deal with Penguin. This is worth your time. You can see more of the HateMail project over here.

Via Chief Wonka.

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As we all know Family Guy has a reputation for ruffling feathers, and the recent controversy over the abortion episode banned by Fox was no exception. So it’s no surprise that this clip from the most recent season was banned as well. It’s extremely funny, is totally, brilliantly out of order. Stewie in full on rant mode. Enjoy!

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Cobra Kai John Kreese Karate Kid

Hungover on Sunday, I stumbled upon the Karate Kid on the box. No need to explain that film to anyone. However…

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I love these. Sit back and enjoy.

HIGH-FIVE! – watch more funny videos

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Another remix – it’s nit like this sort of thing hasn’t been done before, but the person and voice are just perfect. Some absolutely hilarious lines… Check it (NSFW)

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At the beginning of the year, Will Ferrell launched his own one man show parodying good old GW Bush – You’re Welcome America. It follows on from his successful stint playing Bush on Saturday Night Live. It’s being broadcast on HBO today (natch – could be a download coming on…) But here’s the trailer which shows you how well Ferrell captures the man and the myth.

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It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of the daily show with John Stewart. Ever since More4 in England started broadcasting the shows, it has always been a must see, I’ve now moved to watching it online, the bitesize segments are perfect for catching a little bit of satire in the mornings before the daily grind begins. This week, I sat down to consume my daily slice and the first thing i came across was now widely reported roasting of CNBC’s Rick Santelli and the wider shoddy reporting standards of the channel before, during and after the sub-prime crisis and (now dubbed) the great recession (©New York Times). it’s an absolute must see for a number of points, it’s anger is concentrated, razor sharp and gallows humour funny, and as with all classic Daily Show takedowns uses their own footage against them to ram each depressing point home. Watch it below.

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