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June 13, 2009

JERRY LEE LEWIS: KING KONG KILLER ROCK 'N' ROLL!

JERRY LEE LEWIS: KING KONG KILLER ROCK 'N' ROLL!
Video sent by mrjyn

KINGS OF ROCK 'N' ROLL DOC. WITH INTERVIEWS AND THE BEST PERFORMANCE FOOTAGE FROM TONY PALMER'S 'ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE.'

LED ZEPPELIN: ROCK 'N' ROLL [TINTO BRASS] " de mrjyn (Sexy > for ZOSO & TINTO: FUCKING KICKIN' INN) - wat.tv

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Vidéo "LED ZEPPELIN: ROCK 'N' ROLL [TINTO BRASS] " de mrjyn (Sexy > Nu Artistique) - wat.tv

CLOUT- Youve Got All Of Me


 CLOUT- Youve Got All Of Me

The Rubettes - Saturday Night


The Rubettes - Saturday Night

"Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand - Let Me Think About It" de delphilion (Musique > Electro / House / Techno) - wat.tv

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Vidéo "Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand - Let Me Think About It" de delphilion (Musique > Electro / House / Techno) - wat.tv

CLOUT: SAVE ME [FOR: LIZ VAN DEN BERG--YOU'VE ONLY GOT 20 YEARS LEFT!]







Band members: Glenda Hyam: vocals keyboards.

Lee Tomlinson: bass vocals.

Ingrid Ingi Herbst: drums vocals.

Cindy  Alter: lead vocals guitar.

Jenni Garson: guitar vocals.

Ron Bones Brettell: keyboards.

Sandy Robbie: guitar.

Gary van Zyl: bass.

mean great party  music Tipster + Thanks for posting this great song by Clout
It was their end biggest hit charting in Germany and  South Africa in March

Prissie + | love this song ! past | trekker  Geoff in Wales Mandrake + | One of  my most beloved songs Fairy + | this song is one of my favorites it. great.

Thanks for  posting.

Mannequin absolute guile band war  as barnstormer

Great version of  Since You've Been Gone dolphin

Since You've Been Gone same song Joe Lynn Turner sang for Rainbow was done by the Runaways ' Cherie and Marie Currie on an eponymous album Joan Jett and Lita Ford were the other two Runaways Guillotine | great my first Lovemaking Supercharger  warden sad wunderkind ö NE Discomfiture Tonight + |. adore. est top top !

Merci Merci  pour ice trite good ! good ! souvenirs Eagle MC | has someone the chords of this song or a  guitar pro tab Seinfeld | Hey Twelvemonths Mathilda you are looking for Verse  Am Chorus Same Bridge Am Key Change A BM Sacajawea + | I really like this song It was popular in Sibilant  in the. martingale | leader git  es sow. neuter nicety Merry ellipsis + | rich  sag cur gal inch man | well at least the drummer seams to have  mastery the sticks she looks very backward in substitution avid flanks | Who sang the original version of this I  know it was done in the was a much more up tempo version Any one know mm | Hi I too have been trying to find out who played the original of Clout.

Save Me I ve had no success driving me mad Did you eventually  find out Regards Ian flanks | Hi The closest I have got is finding out that the song was written by Clodhopper Rodgers and I am pretty sure it is her version of it I am  looking for Unfortunately I can. find it anywhere.

Mauritian | My burden Cancun zero hay okra version sun loco mends disco mas country Algonquin babe we grump la Santa Do you know a cover version  of this song Congruence alumna verso dense temp mausoleum | Love tit  * Maurise | Love tit  * mm | If anyone has the  track Substitute would you please post the side Let It Grow This would just about complete my list of about Desert Island Discs.

Thanks Ian toastmaster | could anyone download the song portable  radio also by clout one of my favourites and there is new material from please please help would relayAfrica will post it for you and many more look towards mid tune cheers for now Rasputin | Great song finally got a chance to hear it again  Thanks matte Mr Stevedore | Did one of these  lays die just after Substantive came out Whatever | Dam they are  an ugly bunch of old looking slapper looking women But I still dove Substantive anyway rascals | especially the girl with the flat hair and  big mustache that appears around ! ha ha ha ha ha ha AZ + | Clout. appreciate it signed | I know they reformed ca don. know if they recorded anything but I was in the  studio with Cindy about and recorded new songs They are looking for sponsors to record new stuff I can send you mp. of the new songs if you get in touch She now plays with Stewart Irving ex Ballyhoo toastmistress | mm when i get back to  south


Supercomputing takes  the time to list the nonmembers and another one gives it thumbs down Come on that poor zap + | Used to watch these girls play @ Century Night Club &.

Night Club in the. back in my misspent youth in Johannesburg They were so #@$%&^%$ awesome I had a crush on lead singer Cindy Alter Golden years !

Jo. burg now  a slum What a shame !

NIRENBERG | job saint no slum sleety its  slum like you that make it bad zap | I afraid you are so right It is slum like me who made Jo. burg what it is today !

I ll strive to be a better citizen from now on Thank you Kevin Ehrenberg for opening my eyes ! Sorry for being my part in making our city bad ! mm | Could someone please put me out  of my misery and let me know who did the original version of this track Maybe it was Clout but I get the feeling that this track was done in the early.

The lead singer gives me the hots but looks like Marc Bolan odd old straight bloke supposed to make of that Ian Vicksburg berg | Do  someone have the song Can you send it me it ! bell | This can. be a North American band cuss I Eve never heard  this tune before rascals | its south African  Berzelius | i trying  to look for the techno version of this song if anyone knows about it message me thin dexterous | Cont know if she was the original singer but Helen Raddy sang.

Save Me. back in the. i think It was a side on her single.

I cant say goodbye  to you.

My Mum had it on record when i was little maneuvers + | Great band  of women ! yeah sounds so. * slipping | Love this track  A female Marc Bolan Skies + | Proudly South African !!!

Yeah !!!!!! desiccant | Save me  Necking + | Toll zoo  a re shade DA ß red Infant felt Amarillo + | childhood memories.

Great to hear  this song again !!!!

Disneyland + Pretty  looking band ! saltine | even trug in DE Tijuana cheerless diet  Afrikaans + | Fantastic song !

Brings back great memories of growing up in  smalls ville Zimbabwe Played the single to death Brochure + Gas war  molasses Damascus chitterlings + | At that time a Rock Band was not  called a Girl Group and those group were not tasted on TV That. why they had talent Schadenfreude + Sir  ü zen immersion dazzle Tanzania Rasputin + | If you are around  this is music !!!!!!!!!!!! anachronism + daub  Kant man gut jive tangent = kc + What a fantastic disco song It  ALWAYS make me turn up the volume Love it.

I did. know it was a girl band but I love the video well caregiver + | To them or the owner of this beautiful video I ask please to allow me to support it in my list of favorite it he is  wonderful you must have many more I walk in wheelchair and cannot go out my only unique pretentious they are these videoed from already thank you very much attentional Carlos carpeting carpeting | Thank you very much to the owners of this video for not extracting it of my  list of favorites that God blesses them and guides them cordial Carlos caregiver gadget | grander  i sic Lovemaking + | Itch Lieut diesel song er  sit alt nuns shoo gal order sol Zigzag | Der Song its roll Cool !! Ugly Mannheim | Great  song NADINE | Drop fort.

Adoree Put on  trouser Fleur album slur CD ta | Used to watch these girls play @ the Century Night Club &.

Night Club in the. back in  my misspent youth in Johannesburg They were so #@$%&^%$ awesome !

I had a crush on lead singer Cindy Alter Golden years ! toastmistress | yeah me Hindi rocks and still doing  her thing marbling + | super  song confiscate + | da war Rich dote  notch soonish Klein Silvia + | Sterne & Einstein lifebelt Gauss daze A as warden Zeitgeist  coma + | lovely  girls still love them Serendipitous + | My heart still aching for them despite all those years these  were the REAL rocker girls ! pH Nixon + | So veil = ö rich am listener Tenn Rich meet auto  rum ü tie dram ß en infarct our hammer movements | Great cover I prefer  this version to Clodhopper Rodgers. original from. za

Summerhouse + | IN  Jenilee Song Sterne Meowing + Oak to by ł mega hit  Police anticommunist.

Liliuokalani | ale DA sigh ę ł Duchamp ć a jack sigh ę aerodynamics Kr ę sci ł ho ho  Marzipan | Yak da sie ł Duchamp ć To jest Rock.

Tool !!!!!!!!!!! Ego tribe ł ouch ć!!!!! producer pop + | I was never into rock but I loved this song and Substitute was just good Two major hits in The Netherlands back then I DJ. in a club recently and played this one there  it still shakes the house You are not forgotten girls ! forums | hey i am  from the Netherlander who is this band coolly where are they frownLoophole | IUD  Africa pesky | i from Belgium  crossbow | They are a South African band been going for years but due  to sanctions most south African artists were banned from the Netherlands sorry you missed out Thanks to your liberals !

Clout - Substitute [Jenni Garson is hot...sorry LVDB but she is]

Clout - Substitute (1978 German TV) Encore!

Clout: Substitute [1978] for my C-town GF - Liz Van Den Berg (on the Clint Eastwood Set) It's true!

Clout: [Sam] Substitute [1978] for my C-town Girlfriend - Liz Van Den Berg on the Clint Eastwood Set

Clout - Substitute 1978

Sam
you've been waiting much to long
Now it looks like she's not coming home.
Sam
you've been loyal
true and faithful
All this time with being alone.

If I could get that same dedication
I'd give you everything in creation
If she doesn't come back
If she doesn't come back

I'll be your substitute
Whenever you want me
Don't you know I'll be your substitute
Whenever you need me

Sam
every day you waited for her
I've been waiting here for you.
Sam
all this time I've been lonely
I know what you've been going through

I'll wait until my chances will come
'Cos you can't keep alying on her
If she doesn't come back.
If she doesn't come back.

I'll be your substitute
Whenever you want me
Don't you know I'll be your substitute
When ever you need me

Each day by your window you sit and sigh
hoping to see her face.
Ay you might as well forget about her
and find someone to take her place.
If she doesn't come back

I'll be your substitute
When ever you want me
Don't you know I'll be your substitute
When ever you need me

Don't you know I'll be your substitute
When ever you want me
Don't you know I'll be your substitute
When ever you need me

Don't you know I'll be your substitute
When ever you want me
Don't you know I'll be your substitute

Pop 70s ZA South Africa Clout Substitute Sam you've been waiting much to long 1978 If she doesn't come back I'll be your substitute Whenever you want me

Beach Boys - I can hear music 1969

Beach Boys - I can hear music 1969

"I Can Hear Music" is a song written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil

Spector and performed by the Ronettes (1966).
Later the song was covered by the The Beach Boys. They released it on their 1969 album 20/20 with Carl Wilson on lead vocals, and was their first single released in stereo.
With Brian Wilson losing more and more interest in producing for the Beach Boys, younger brother Carl "stepped in" as the role of producer and lead Beach Boy.

This song is considered by many as Carl Wilson's first taste at being the "leader" of the group. The song is also notable for being the first Beach Boys song that Brian did not sing on.
'I can hear music' reached #24 in US and #10 in UK.

Ahhhhhh oooooo

This is the way
I always dreamed it would be
The way that it is, oh oh
When you are holding me
I never had a love of my own
Maybe that's why when we're all alone

I can hear music
I can hear music
The sound of the city baby seems to disappear
I can hear music
Sweet sweet music
Whenever you touch me baby
Whenever you're near

Lovin' you
It keeps me satisfied
And I can't explain, oh no
The way I'm feeling inside
You look at me we kiss and then
I close my eyes and here it comes again

I can hear music
I can hear music
The sound of the city baby seems to disappear
I can hear music
Sweet sweet music
Whenever you touch me baby
Whenever you're near

I hear the music all the time, yeah
I hear the music, hold me tight now baby
I hear the music all the time
I hear the music
I hear the music (baby)

Ahhhhh

I can hear music
I can hear music
The sound of the city baby seems to disappear
I can hear music

Pop 60s US Beach Boys can hear music 1969 This is the way I' always dreamed it would be The sound of city baby seems to disappear

Jacques Brel - Amsterdam [DAVID BOWIE LIKEY]

Hollywood a Go Go [Complete show open and close]

Here is something that you really don't get to see too often. This is a complete show open and close [from two different Hollywood a Go Go programs].

Here is a chance to get a good look at the fine lighting and camerawork on this 60s gem.

Bela Lugosi Dracula Ring [Universal Monsters]

Here are some shots of replica Lugosi Dracula Rings we have sold over the years at The Haunted Studios. The original ring was worn by Lon Chaney JR, John Carradine, Bela Lugosi, and finally Forrest J. Ackerman. A somewhat simpler version of the ring was worn by Christopher Lee in a number of the Hammer Dracula films.

Avanti by Studebaker

A quick clip showing a bit of original Avanti promotional material from Studebaker and others. I bought my first Avanti in 1968, my second in 1982, and my last in 1994. Loved them all!

Avanti Studebaker Lowey

Sam Spade and The Fat Man Present The Maltese Falcon [1941]

Join Sam Spade and The Fat Man in a close up look at the 1941 Maltese Falcon

Ray Peterson CORINA CORINA on Hollywood a Go Go

Rockabilly Hall of Famer Ray Peterson performs the Phil Spector-produced "Corrina Corrina" on Hollywood a Go Go from 1965.

How to Meet Women in the Grocery Store : Meeting Women at Grocery Store

How to Meet Women

Expert Village's guide to the right way to meet ladies. John Eagan is the best selling author of "How To Pick up Beautiful Women". His book is over 260 pages packed with information, compiled by John Eagan, who was a bartender of 23 years in nightclubs. John has 2 college degrees and has interviewed over 2000 beautiful women. John also writes a very successful dating advice column for MuscleMag International and American Curves Magazines. Talk show appearances include Montel Williams, The Charles Perez Show, The Howard Stern Show, USA Live (Love Connection), The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, Good Day New York, Today in New York, AM Philadelphia and many, many news programs. To find out more about John's book, "How To Pick Up Beautiful Women"

Basic Pole Dancing Exercises : How to Pole Dance with Heels

Learn tips for pole dancing with heels during your exercise routine in this free pole dancing for fitness video clip.

Expert: Wendy Dayle
Contact: www.ScarletFitnessStudio.com
Bio: Wendy Dayle is a choreographer and certified pole dance instructor in the South Coast region of Massachusetts.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

June 12, 2009

Blue Tulip Rose Read STALKS Mike Read [Classic FM UK DJ]"I'm Your Number One Fan | Channel 4 documentary, 1996


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This 20 minute excerpt is from a one-off Channel 4 documentary from
1996 which has interviews with the Stalkers as well as the “Stalkees” -
of which DJ Mike Read is one of them, being stalked by a lady called
Blue Tulip Rose Read, his self-proclaimed wife.
I'm Your Number One Fan | Veoh

Woman with objects fetish marries Eiffel Tower - Telegraph

Woman with objects fetish marries Eiffel Tower

A woman who has a bizarre fetish for inanimate objects has married the Eiffel Tower.

 
Erika La Tour Eiffel has 'married' Paris's famous monument
Erika La Tour Eiffel has 'married' Paris's famous monument

Erika La Tour Eiffel, 37, a former soldier who lives in San Francisco, has been in love with objects before. Her first infatuation was with Lance, a bow that helped her to become a world-class archer, she is fond of the Berlin Wall and she claims to have a physical relationship with a piece of fence she keeps in her bedroom.

But it is the Eiffel Tower she has pledged to love, honour and obey in an intimate ceremony attended by a handful of friends.

She has changed her name legally to reflect the bond.

She revisits the massive structure as part of a documentary on Five on Objectum-Sexual women. There are around 40 people in the world who have declared themselves OS, all of them women and many of them also Asperger's Syndrome sufferers.

The OS term was first coined by Eija-Riitta Berliner-Mauer, a 54-year-old woman who has been "married" to the Berlin Wall for 29 years.

Before returning to Paris for her first wedding anniversary, Mrs La Tour Eiffel visits the Berlin Wall, where her affection for what many Germans see as a symbol of repression leads to an uncomfortable encounter with a member of the staff at the Checkpoint Charlie museum.

"I just don't understand how some people can bring someone into the world like a child - an object - and then not love them," she said.

She explained that she feels an affinity with the wall: "I am the Berlin Wall. Hate me, try to break me apart, but I will still be here, standing."

She blames her upbringing for her condition. She claims to have been molested by her half-brother and abandoned by her parents to various foster homes.

"If I am the way I am today because of everything that happened to me, then I'm alright with it," she said. "I wouldn't change who I am now."

Jerry Brooker, from New York State, one of the psychotherapists interviewed for the documentary, said that OS women were motivated by a need for control.

"Someone who falls in love with objects can control that relationship on their own terms," he said. "Their objects will not let them down. That is extremely attractive for a person who is otherwise often desperately lonely."

The Woman Who Married the Eiffel Tower is on Five at 10pm on June 4.

"Joy and Freddie" - new "Psychoville" teaser

A short clip from "Psychoville" introducing the character of Joy played by Dawn French and her baby doll Freddie. "Psychoville" is set to hit our screens in June.

Neurologists with theories about laughter currently believe the nerves that produce a big fat guffaw are in the part of the brain that deals with respiration. Laughter is essential, in other words — as natural as breathing. Which clearly can’t be entirely true. We breathe all the time. But jokes are constantly changing — styles come in and out of fashion and comedians who once set the agenda may suddenly struggle to stay on the stage.

Take, for our thesis, The League of Gentlemen. It’s hard to think of a more influential troupe from recent comedy history. “They probably changed stand-up for ever,” says the comic Marcus Brigstocke. “When they arrived in Edinburgh in the mid-1990s, they were doing these incredible sketches and characters with just rubber bands on their faces and sheer energy. It made comics realise they weren’t limited to stand-up.”

Series such as Little Britain and The Catherine Tate Show, featuring grotesque and maddening characters locked in cycles of behaviour, also owe much to the distorted inhabitants of the League’s fictional town of Royston Vasey. Indeed, League member Mark Gatiss and its director, Steve Bendelack, worked on Little Britain’s first series. League members helped out with Simon Pegg and Jessica Hynes’s Spaced, appeared in and wrote for Doctor Who, as well as taking roles in or helping out with the scripts on Nighty Night, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer’s Catterick, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Shaun of the Dead and Benidorm — if there’s been something on screen that’s dark and funny, they have probably had a hand it.

So it came as a bit of a shock when, a couple of years ago, two of the League found their jokes weren’t considered funny any more. “Reece (Shearsmith) and I had been working on this script, took it to the BBC and were told they weren’t interested in dark comedy now,” explains Steve Pemberton — who, in The League of Gentlemen played, among others, Tubbs, that “local” shopkeeping femme bizarre. “So we thought, we’re stuffed.” “They said they wanted it big and funny,” adds Shearsmith, who played Tubbs’s brother-cum-lover, Edward. “We thought, what’s that? It’s a Knockout? But we wrote this anyway, and it’s not big and funny. It’s dark and little.”

“This” is Psychoville, named, with loving irony, after the title given to The League of Gentlemen when the series was sold to Japan and Korea. It’s a seven-part, cliff-hanging comedy thriller that weaves the lives of several apparently unconnected oddballs into a complex tale of blackmail and thwarted desire. The main characters begin the series with separate lives in separate towns. There’s Robert, a pantomime dwarf hopelessly in love with the beauty playing Snow White; Joy, a brutally honest midwife who treats her demonstration doll as a real baby; David, a hapless mummy’s boy obsessed with serial killers; Mr Jelly, a children’s entertainer with one hand missing who fashions appalling attachments for children’s parties; and Mr Lomax, a blind recluse with a dodgy community-service home help. All receive a mysterious letter saying, simply, “I know what you did.” They don’t know who sent it and can’t figure out why. This, it turns out, was the hook that landed the dark and little thing a BBC commission.

“The commissioning editor said, who’s writing these letters?” Shearsmith says, smiling. “We didn’t actually know at that point. We just wrote all these red herrings and cliffhangers we thought people would love and want the answers to. So they said, write another two. We managed that. Then we did the read-through, and there was a long gap before it was greenlit — and then we had to write the rest.”

“At the time, we were thinking, why do we have to prove ourselves?” Pemberton admits. “But it hones what you’re doing. And it shouldn’t be easy to get something on television. You should have to work hard for it. You can become complacent after three series, and this shocked us out of that.”

It’s not clear whether a fourth series of The League of Gentlemen would have faced the same resistance. Such a show has long been rumoured, but never been confirmed or denied — today included. What is clear is that, after their 2005 movie, The League of Gentlemen’s Apocalypse, Mark Gatiss needed a break. The foursome (including the co-writer Jeremy Dyson) had been working together since they met as students. “It did feel like a natural break,” Pemberton nods. “So we said, yes, let’s have a break, as long as we can do a show as well. Reece and I wrote together on the League, and Mark and Jeremy had projects they wanted to write separately.”

The split meant certain changes. For a start, Pemberton and Shearsmith decided to recruit other actors. Thus Dawn French plays Joy, Christopher Biggins plays himself, while Eileen Atkins, Nicholas Le Provost, Daisy Haggard and Janet McTeer all have roles. “There are whole scenes that happen without us in them,” Shearsmith explains. “Which was quite scary, because we’d never had that before.” It’s turned out to be a strength, however. Pemberton would have played Joy — and would have turned in something vaguely similar to his nightmarish restart officer, Pauline. French manages to bring both a lightness and a terrifyingly brittle insanity to the role that helps move the whole show away from the lurching horror of the League and into the twisted realms of later Hitchcock. There’s even an episode shot in the style of the Hitchcock classic Rope, in an apparent single take.

“I don’t think Hitchcock was in our minds when writing it particularly, but because it’s laden with thriller elements, the director (Matt Lipsey) said he got a sense of films like Frenzy and Rope,” says Pemberton. “What we can’t have is what we had with the League, where you thought, who are these people? Where has this come from? It was a total surprise. But we hope there’s a new generation who aren’t steeped in the League, because it hasn’t been over-repeated.” “People will compare it to the League,” says Shearsmith, resigned. “It’s very Steve and Reece — it would have been wrong for us to do My Family. If they say it’s like the League, then great, because that was a really good show.” There’s a pause, then Pemberton sighs: “As long as they don’t say this is just not as good as The League of Gentlemen.”

Psychoville is on BBC2 from June 18

Married to the Eiffel Tower: Strangelove; Location, Location, Location - Times Online

From
June 5, 2008

Married to the Eiffel Tower: Strangelove; Location, Location, Location

Last Night’s TV

Married to the Eiffel Tower: Strangelove (Five)

The artist Richard Wentworth was describing his childhood in an interview with me when his eyes flicked to the rubber door-mat, with a concentric ring design, wedged under the café’s door. “Isn’t it beautiful?” he said and took a picture of it. He was fascinated by a ladder leaning at a nondescript angle and some models of London landmarks in a shop window. Wentworth prizes the ephemera of the everyday and uses it in his art; the angles of paving stones, flyposting – all intrigue him. His unique perspective makes you see the city anew, dottily so.

But my passion hasn’t yet blossomed to the levels of the “objectum sexuals” featured in Married to the Eiffel Tower: Strangelove (Five), women (no men) who fall literally in love with buildings and objects. They have sex and relationships with them; their passion as ardent as any human relationship.

The title was no lie. Erika (surname: La Tour Eiffel) had married the Parisian landmark the previous year. Revisiting the girders where the ceremony took place, clutching her wedding veil, she gyrated against the structure. She could feel the cold of the Tower meeting the warmth of her body to produce an “equilibrium”. But if object-love really was like human love, then Erika was putting it about a bit, because she was also having a torrid time with the Golden Gate Bridge and the Berlin Wall, fragments of which she called “my boys”; the Eiffel Tower she called “she” – maybe she is a bisexual objectum sexual.

At the Golden Gate Bridge she agonised about the two of them ever being alone, what with the traffic and sight-seers. “Our love is no different than the love between two beings,” she claimed. Erika wanted to be an object, not human; her friend Amy was proud never to have been touched by another person (although she did hug Erika).

Amy was in love with the Twin Towers and the Empire State Building, whose flank she nuzzled and whispered sweet nothings to, until a security guard asked her to clear off. So she started loudly exclaiming her devotion – “Chaaaa-CHAAAAA!” – instead. Asperger’s and autism were mentioned as possible conditions underlying the women’s passions, but the only thing they shared was a history of abuse and abandonment. Erika had been discharged from the Armed Forces for refusing to stop sleeping with a ceremonial sword.

You did watch this and think: “The joke’s on me, right? Late April Fool.” But apparently not. On the streets of New York, with its riotous sensory overload, the women were almost delirious. When they went to a fairground to visit a ride with which Amy had fallen in love, things got seriously mucky. Amy had sex with the ride, praising – in the way you might a sexy pair of legs or pecs – “his elegant gondola”. She was beside herself: “After five months, it’s so good to see you – so proud, so noble, so strong,” she rhapsodised, before disappearing under the ride, smearing her face with grease. Erika found a fence – lock up your fences, she really likes ’em – and began straddling and kissing it.

The sex wasn’t as strange as some of the self-analysis. Erika said she felt like the Berlin Wall. She mused that someone must have loved the Wall to bring it into the world; what made them not love it now? Political history meant nothing to her, the Wall was a simple victim of neglect. She didn’t care if people called her “cuckoo”, and while the programme could have easily done that and turned the women’s stories into a guffaw-a-minute freak show, somehow it strove for understanding. There should have been easy laughs, but instead it was moving – particularly when a priest counselled Amy after finding her sexually communing with his altar rail. This was absurdity not treated absurdly – and the Empire State Building did look mighty thrusting and fine.

Location, Location, Location (C4)

A far stranger relationship exists between Phil and Kirstie, no surnames required, whose banter somehow manages to be familial and flirtatious. The presence of Location, Location, Location (Channel 4) feels a little defunct in a stagnant housing market. But they found a freelance community artist (a job like “international car trader” someone will have to explain to me) and a professional couple wanting to move to the country who, after the usual resistance and churlishness, fell for Phil and Kirstie’s persuasive bossiness.

When Phil, grizzling over the hard-to-please professional couple, suggested “a change of tack” to Kirstie over a coffee, she offered, “Suicide? Murder?” Crikey. Do what they say, Britain. Or rent.

JUST ANOTHER CHICK AT THE WALL! The Berlin-Wall - The Best and Sexiest Wall ever existed!!!

The Berlin Wall - The Best and Sexiest Wall ever existed!!!

Berlin-Wall

The Berlin Wall at Harzer Straße, September 1977.

To everything there is a reason...
and a time to every purpose under heaven!!
A time to be born and a time to die,
a time to weep and a time to laugh...
A time to love and a time to hate,
a time of war and a time of peace...
THE BERLIN WALL, you gave me a purpose in life
TO LOVE YOU!!!

Berlin Wall Brandenburger Tor - 1978 - BM 295

The Berlin Wall at Brandenburger Tor in June 1978.

Every little dream I dream about you
Every little thought I think about you
The Berlin Wall I love you so much!

If you would like a further insight into my relationship with the Berlin Wall, I suggest you take a look at the Why The Berlin-Wall?.

'I married the Eiffel Tower' - The Independent

'I married the Eiffel Tower'

Meet the woman whose emotional needs are met by a 1,000ft iron monument – and the other unlikely lovers giving new meaning to the term 'solid relationship'



Erika La Tour Eiffel hugs her 'husband', the iconic Parisian monument

    Absurd Car Chases [for J.G. Ballard]

    I've no idea what this piece of video is, where it came from, or what it's for. But it seems an appropriate eulogy for J.G. Ballard, perhaps the only Briton who really understood modernity.

    Objectum-Sexuality 1 & 2: I MARRIED THE EIFFEL TOWER + BERLIN WALL [Je mariée à la Tour Eiffel + Berlin Wall] via: mrjyn Dailymotion


    Erika La Tour Eiffel hugs her 'husband', the iconic Parisian monument





    PART 1:

    NAISHO EXPLAINS HER RELATIONSHIP WITH THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE AND AN ARCHERY BOW!
    Not a joke! [Pas une blague!]


    The main subject, Mrs. Eiffel II (the woman featured, who married the Eiffel Tower--okay, it was a personal commitment, she says) AND The Berlin Wall.








    IN THE FINAL CLIP:

    NAISHO MARRIES THE BERLIN WALL!

    Not a joke!
    [Pas une blague!]




    UK documentary featuring

    Erika Naisho
    (Eiffel)

    and

    Eija-Riitta Eklöf Berliner-Mauer
    (Berlin Wall)


    Pt. 2 documenting a sexual paraphilia (ahem).

    The main subject, Mrs. Eiffel II (the women featured in this doc who married the Eiffel Tower--okay, it was a personal commitment, she says) NOW visits her other husband, The Berlin Wall.

    In this I-CAN'T-STOP-WATCHING DOCUMENTRY, we follow her on her pilgrimage to Sweden, to meet the first "OS," Eija-Riitta Eklöf Berliner-Mauer (first Mrs. BERLIN-WALL), who reluctantly lets Naisho share the Wall, as well as a Swedish Trestle Bridge, which Naisho serenades], Paris [where she fondles La Tour Eiffel's buttresses], and finally, Berlin [where she visits the Checkpoint Charlie Museum to find out about her almost-completely removed husband's past, and receives a commission by the German curator to construct six more Berlin Wall Scale Models for the museum collection]. We also eavesdrop on a prolonged conversation she has with the Wall, where she ponders the existential dilemma of loving Bad Boys.






    ~MRJYN

    'I married the Eiffel Tower'

    Meet the woman whose emotional needs are met by a 1,000ft iron monument – and the other unlikely lovers giving new meaning to the term 'solid relationship'


    SWEDISH WOMAN FROM OS DOC [SHORT CLIP OF HER RED FENCE HUSBAND]

    Kurt Cobain: Digital Speed Painting + Smells Like Teen Spirit [NEW AGE COVER: Williams Shamir]

    YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK THIS OUT AND CONVERT IT TO AN MP3. IT'S HIP

    imaginary girl in space ( original digital painting and music ) by Williams Shamir

    Lady Liberty having a wash [this is the last one: i just got jealous of a cuisinart]

    Here is lady Liberty and I having some fun time together in the bathroom.

    I ask you to be open minded when viewing the video and reading this text.
    I am a 24 year old who is Objectum Sexual (OS)
    In a nutshell - I love objects (the Statue of Liberty and the American Flag) I sense their thoughts and feelings and I can feel their energy- I also believe that they can feel mine. Through this -we can communicate to eachother

    OS was recently introduced to the British public this year by a number of news articles, a documentary and other forms of media attention.

    Most of this introduction was sadly though - from the perspective of non OS people - and they edited out alot of the content and picked out what they thought the public would be most interested in - without giving much thought to the people involved and how those actions would affect their lives.

    However some good did come out of the media attention in that a few individuals including me - found what they had been looking for for years- other people who share an unbreakable bond with objects.

    Unlike alot of OS individuals that I know of - I have a human boyfriend as well as my objects to love.

    OS people do not choose to be OS. For me it developed from an early age and a number of events in my life could have contributed to it- but I have always been able to communicate with objects. Alot of the way I communicate to them is through touch and the passing of energy- rather than vocally - though like seen in this video - there is a small element of vocal communication involved.

    I hope I might have given you an insight to Objectum Sexuality - and myself and I hope you enjoyed watching the video.
    Libby is very clean now and she enjoyed her bath!

    statue of liberty objectophile object objectum sexual aspergers syndrome aspie

    My Car Is My Lover (CAR SWAPPING! CLIMAX IN POMONA : EDWARD CONFESSES!)

    NOW JORDAN IS THE CREEPIEST WHEN HE TALKS ABOUT RAPING CARS AT THE POMONA SWAP MEET. I DON'T KNOW IF I CAN WATCH TIL THE END, BUT IT'S LIKE A CAR WRECK. THE DOCUMENTARY CREW TELLS JORDAN THAT EDWARD MASTURBATED ON HIS TRANS AM. THEN AT 3:19 HE GETS NAKED AND FUCKS VANILLA, THE BEETLE IN THE HOTEL PARKING LOT. THAT'S IT! IF THERE'S SOMETHING I MISSED, PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

    [#5 EMBEDDING IS DISABLE: CLICK ON yOUtUBE ICON AND SEE IT THERE] mY CaR Is My LOveR [EDWARD FUCKS TODD'S TRANS AM! I THROW UP! (5/6)]


    My Car I5 My Love5: MECCAPHILES [JORDAN 20 YR OLD + EDWARD MAKES ME GAG (4/6)]

    My Car I5 My Love5: MECCAPHILES [JORDAN 20 YR OLD + EDWARD MAKES ME GAG (PART 4 OF 6)]

    My Car Is My Lov3r [EDWARD SMITH FUCKS HIS BEETLE + AIR WOLF...THE HELICOPTER (PART 2 OF 6)]

    My Car Is My Lover [EDWARD SMITH LOV3S VANILLA: HIS BEETLE AND AIR WOLF - THE HELICOPTER (PART 2 OF 6)]2/6 Documentary exploring extreme relationships. This film follows two men who have sexual relationships with their cars. These self-proclaimed 'mechaphiles' talk candidly about the nature of their passion before embarking on a road trip to attend a car show in California. How will these two rather different men react when they meet each other for the first time?

    mechaphiles

    MY CAR I5 MY LOV3R (PART 1 OF 6)

    Susan Boyle - Singer - Britains Got Talent 2009 (With Lyrics) i put this off forever - i thought she was supposed to suck

    Susans Final performance :-
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2xiAQ...
    Susans Semi-Final performance:-
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmWCqI...

    Susan Boyle singing 'Cry Me A River here -
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZoraC...
    47 Year old Susan Boyle wows the judges with her performance in the auditions for Britains Got Talent, singing I dreamed a dream from Les Miserables.

    Here are the Lyrics(Thanks to NewHotdox) -

    I dreamed a dream in time gone by
    When hope was high,
    And life worth living
    I dreamed that love would never die
    I dreamed that God would be forgiving.

    Then I was young and unafraid
    When dreams were made and used,
    And wasted
    There was no ransom to be paid
    No song unsung,
    No wine untasted.

    But the tigers come at night
    With their voices soft as thunder
    As they tear your hopes apart
    As they turn your dreams to shame.

    And still I dream he'll come to me
    And we will live our lives together
    But there are dreams that cannot be
    And there are storms
    We cannot weather...

    I had a dream my life would be
    So different from this hell I'm living
    So different now from what it seems
    Now life has killed
    The dream I dreamed.


    Susan Boyle Fansites :-
    http://www.susan-boyle.com
    http://www.susanboyle-bgt.co.uk/
    http://susan-boyle.britains-got-talen...
    http://www.susanboylefansite.com/
    http://www.fansofsusanboyle.com
    http://susan-boyle-talent.blogspot.com/
    http://www.SusanBoyleWeb.com
    http://www.susan-boyle.it
    Susan Boyle Bebo Fan Club :-
    http://www.bebo.com/WeLoveSusanBoyle
    Susan Boyle Facebook Fan Club :-
    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid...
    Susan Boyle Fans Forum :-
    http://z3.invisionfree.com/susanboyle...

    GEICO Mrs. Butterworth [hot syrup bottle bitch]

    Close Shave and All Better Get Barbasol [shaving cream tease - 5 secs]

    IHOP Streusel Commercial [Fall '08: May-December German Pastry Affair]

    Commercial airing in Fall '08

    Gargoyles and Incense [MARRIEDCOUPLE MISPRONOUNCE MORE PARIS LANDMARKS: Notre Dame]

    Louvre ['Much bigger than I expected and the Mona is much smaller than you think!' MARRIEDTRAVELERS]

    Much bigger than I expected and the Mona is much smaller than you think!

    Arc De Triomphe [MARRIED TRAVERLERS: WIFE'S TURN TO MISPRONOUNCE L'ARC DE TRIOMPHE]

    A summer in Paris isn't complete without a Married Travelers visit to 'arc de triomphe'!

    Picnic at Eiffel Tower Paris [geeky brother and his wife narrate and mispronounce things]

    Hear Married Travelers comments on the Eiffel Tower in Paris!

    Picnic at Eiffel Tower Paris louvre blinking eiffel wine and cheese world landmark

    Harvy's Dance Party (Portland OR MCTV cable access 1990s)

    So yeah .. here's one of the many crazy moments from our cable-access tv show from the 1990s called "INSANITY" (Portland OR MCTV cable access). Fabio really knows how to dance!

    cable access fabio insanity dlimitr

    Müngstener Brückenfest 2008 [HEY, WHERE'S SHE GOING?]

    Klass 50 3655 Dampflok fährt über Die Müngstener Brücke in Solingen.

    ebba grön - die mauer [SONG ABOUT MRS. WALL'S HUSBAND, MR. BERLIN WALL (*DEUTSCH)]

    låten "die mauer" med ebba grön

    translated lyric:

    Stop
    No one may pass here
    No one will ever get through
    Nobody's ever getting past here
    So turn around and leave if you'd like to live

    Over the barbed wire I saw my soulmate
    Susanne stod and jesticulate
    I have walked here 20 years soon
    But with a machine gun it's hard to discuss

    I walked slowly homewards
    homewards that evening
    should I get to see you again
    brain ached
    heart ached
    should I be whole again?

    One day it stood
    it was just standing there
    a wall between me and the one I hold dear
    We live two blocks from eachother
    but a grey dot is all I see of Susanne

    We ought to live here
    We ought to live here
    We ought to live here
    We ought to live here

    All the beautiful roses are wet
    off the blod from your holy Crusade
    I will never forgive
    That which happend at the wall

    I have consider goddamn much, much for an escape
    I want to see her body
    I want to stroke her skin
    Hear her voice
    Be close to her
    I shall whisper in her ear...

    We ought to live here
    We ought to live here
    We ought to live here
    We ought to live here

    Yes I know, I know exactly how to
    I fly over your wall
    Oh, I know, Oh I know
    I know exactly how

    I'll be the acid spy
    I'll do what you want
    I know exactly how
    I know exactly how
    I know exactly how

    We ought to live here
    we ought to live here
    (whispers like dying) we ought to live, live here (sax solo

    ebba grön ebbagrön die mauer diemauer

    A Present for the Eiffel Tower [SORRY, BUT CHECK BACK IN A COUPLE OF DAYS FOR VIDEOS NOT ABOUT O-S]

    The story of an ordinary boy who does something rather extraordinary. A group animation film by Leslie Chan, Bora Moon, Jessie Lam [myself], and Johannes Uy.

    eiffel present winter snow kid animation film sheridan bora moon leslie chan johannes uy jessie lam

    Objectum-Sexuality: ABC News - The Object of her Affection [WATCH DIANE SAWYER AT 8:06 AM EARN HER MONEY]

    [THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I'VE EVER MISSED YOUTUBE COMMENTS: THEY'RE DISABLED]
    We all see beauty objects, such as the symmetry and sleekness of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, or the the powerful history in the once-standing Berlin Wall. For Erika Eiffel, the intense feeling that inanimate objects can inspire goes much deeper and becomes something more like true love. "The Berlin Wall is a masterpiece. I can feel how much he yearns to be loved," Erika Eiffel said. Her love of the Eiffel Tower is somewhat recent, and two years ago the San Francisco woman had a commitment ceremony with the Parisian monument...http://www.objectum-sexuality.org

    objectum objektophil objectophil object love affection osi Erika Eiffel Tower Amy Marsh

    SHE'S MINE! FORGET THE OTHER TRAIN! I'M GONNA FUCK 441558!

    my second filmwork about a locomotive the Br 44.

    Impressions from 24009 [god, i want to fuck this train so bad!]

    R.L. Burnside Deep words about love and Blues [ain't talkin' bout monkey-junk]

    Words from R.L. Burnside.

    Taken from the movie "Black Snake Moan"

    GRACELAND, BEFORE ELVIS [by Ruth Cobb] this video actually makes me seem like a nice guy

    http://visualguidanceltd.blogspot.com... Ruth Cobb is one of the few people outside Elvis Presley's family to visit the upstairs of Graceland. It was before it opened as a tourist attraction, and Cobb, who lived there before Elvis, soon learned her old upstairs bedroom had been turned into a music room. She had grown up at Graceland as an only child. When she married Charles Cobb, they remained at Graceland with her parents at first while Ruth toured the country as part of a professional harp ensemble. Her father, Dr. Thomas Moore, was a prominent surgeon and urologist. Her mother, Ruth Brown Moore, was a volunteer who enjoyed club work and became president of the Tennessee Association of Garden Clubs.

    Cobb visited in 1967 at the invitation of Elvis' grandmother, and later when the Presley family planned to turn the home into a tourist attraction. It reminded Cobb of her own music career and left her slightly quizzical about a few decorating changes.
    "We did not have a jungle room growing up," she says. There was also no fabric on the ceiling of the billiard room in her day. "We didn't have a billiard room," she says.
    Other distinctive touches added during Elvis' ownership of Graceland drew little attention from Cobb, but there was one: "Elvis didn't like the chandelier we had in the dining room. It came from New Orleans. He put up some garish thing."

    Cobb, 82, and her husband, retired lawyer Charles Cobb, 86, married in 1948. She had grown up at Graceland as an only child. When she married Charles Cobb, they remained at Graceland with her parents at first while Ruth toured the country as part of a professional harp ensemble. She would later become harpist for the Memphis Symphony Orchestra from 1953 to 1973.
    They built Graceland in 1939, naming it for Ruth's great aunt, Grace Roof, who had left the farm to Ruth's grandmother. The grandmother divided her 520-acre farm into three parts, leaving it to her three children. Two of them sold their shares to Ruth's father. There, Ruth's father taught her to shoot well enough that she once downed three geese with a single shot. He also taught her to fish in a 25-acre man made lake behind the house. But her first love was music. Ruth played the piano, but she loved the harp, studying, then touring with one of the world's leading harpists, Carlos Salado. Her favorite music was classical, but Ruth says she liked all music from country to Elvis' music. 'I wasn't really crazy about his music, but my mother marveled at his hymns', she says. When her mother decided the property was more than she wanted to keep up, she asked Ruth and Charles if they would like to stay. 'We just didn't have time to take care of a big house', says Charles. 'It cost $1,000 a month to keep it up. The yard alone was like trying to take care of a golf course. We had a yard man who worked two to three days a week'. When the property was put up for sale, Ruth said there were three potential buyers -- Sears Roebuck Co.; a private party who wanted to turn it into an exclusive restaurant, and Elvis. By then, most of the surrounding land had been sold to developers for a subdivision, and the lake behind the house had been drained. Ruth says a church, Graceland Christian Church, wanted to buy 5 acres on the northwest corner of the property. Sears and the restaurant interests did not want to split the 5 acres off for the church, but Elvis said he would be glad to have a church next door, she says. That helped seal the deal. Elvis bought the property for $102,000 in 1957. When the church next door, Graceland Christian Church, eventually decided to move, the Presley family bought back the land and turned the church into the headquarters of Elvis Presley Enterprises.

    Charles met Elvis during the closing on the sale of Graceland, but Ruth never met him. She has since returned to Graceland as a tourist with her grandchildren. 'I thoroughly enjoyed it, but it didn't feel like home', she says.
    Category: Music

    Quizno's | "Toasty Torpedo" [ get the connection? this Is OBJECTUM-SEXUAL CHANNEL'S 1OF3 FAVORITES! RICH VEIN TONIGHT!

    Read more about this ad: http://adweek.blogs.com/adf...

    A Quizno's employee and his oven reveal their disturbing relationship in this new ad.

    Quiznos subs toasty torpedo commercial adfreak advertising

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    The Rainman Twins [Part 2]

    [Part 2] Savantism is a rare disorder in which sufferers of developmental disabilities, often autism, are capable of acts of genius that far outstrip their expected level of ability. In Flo and Kay's case, they each have extraordinary memories for facts and dates. Through interviews with several medical professionals, the film attempts to expose the truth behind this misunderstood condition.


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    OBSESSED WITH DICK CLARK? NOT LIKE KAY AND FLO! WORLD'S ONLY SAVANT IDENTITWIN GIRLS: The Rainman Twins [Part 1]

    The Rainman Twins [Part 1]

    [Part 1] Savantism is a rare disorder in which sufferers of developmental disabilities, often autism, are capable of acts of genius that far outstrip their expected level of ability. In Flo and Kay's case, they each have extraordinary memories for facts and dates. Through interviews with several medical professionals, the film attempts to expose the truth behind this misunderstood condition.


    Watch The Rainman Twins [Part 1] in Entertainment  |  View More Free Videos Online at Veoh.com

    June 11, 2009

    COUNT BASIE: "EDWARD" (ED SULLIVAN SHOW: JAP. SUBTITLES) mrjyn - 123video



    but i'm enjoying it as much as you...

    "STAND BY YOUR MAN": ANNETTE O'TOOLE (TAMMY WYNETTE & GEORGE JONES BIOPIC: 1981) - Humor & Komedie - 123video



    ok, i'm kinda showin' off

    DONNA SUMMER: BLACK POWER (German television mini-series: Peter Thomas „11 Uhr 20“ 1969) mrjyn123video



    i'm not showing off. it's just kind of a pain in the ass, and i never come here, so...

    Barbablu | yeah, it's called Bluebeard: Richard Burton Raquel Welsh| Veoh


    Watch Barbablu in Entertainment  |  View More Free Videos Online at Veoh.com

    Barbablu

    In this movie Richard Burton, who plays an insane, is once again a great leading man, surrounded by a group of sexy actresses at the height of their beauty (Raquel Welch, Virna Lisi, Nathalie Delon, Agostina Belli, Marilù Tolo, ...). The film is deliberately and elegantly kitsch... Watch the production design, the colours, the hunt scenes and the killing scenes -everything is filmed in a cynical and sardonic way. The film has quite a luxurious package, it's like a psycho-erotic endless game...

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    richard burton, raquel welch, virna lisi, nathalie delon, 1972, Cult, kitsch, ennio morricone

    DOLLY PARTON + BARBARA MANDRELL: CAN'T BUY ME LOVE (BARBARA MANDRELL SHOW: BEATLES) mrjyn123video

    THE MAD MACHINE + THE WONDERFUL LAND OF OZ (1969) + BIG DOG LOST (1958) + BLESS THE BEAST AND THE CHILDREN (1971) TRAILERS]

    COULD SOMEONE TELL ME IF THEY KNOW ABOUT THE MAD MACHINE?
    I USED TO BE OBSESSED WITH IT, NOW I'M JUST INTERESTED.



    the MAD MACHINE AD! Theatrical Trailers: ________________________________________ _ THE WONDERFUL LAND OF OZ (1969)-- This would have scared the piss out of me if I was a child and saw this on a theatre screen!! ________________________________________ _ BIG DOG LOST (1958)-- Starring Big Jeeter!! The Remarkable Story of a Small Boy Who Belonged to a Giant Dog! ________________________________________ _ BLESS THE BEAST AND THE CHILDREN (1971)-- Billy Mumy from "Lost in Space" stars in this tale of A group of social misfits who band together and run away from summer camp. Along the way, they take up a crusade to save penned in buffaloes from a rifle club's slaughter.

    TED BUNDY: "Super Moordenaar [japanese doc] I SWEAR THIS SOUNDS LIKE THE IRON CHEF! MRJYN 123video

    JOHNNY CARSON: Dolly Parton: "I...I would give about a year's pay to peek under there" + Jane Fonda: PUSSY STORY [MRJYN 123video]

    JOHNNY CASH: ONE ON THE RIGHT [Amphetamine-Fueled Hellcat SKULL] MRJYN 123video-- I THINK COWBOY JACK CLEMENT WROTE THIS MASTERPIECE!



    SERIOUSLY HOW CAN HE SOUND SO SOBER WHEN HE'S DYING OF SPEED

    LOS MONKEES: HEAD [TRAILER - PORTUGUÊS: 1968) MRJYN 123video I LOVE THIS



    MONKEES: HEAD: TRAILER: (PORTUGUÊS: 1968) - Humor & Komedie - 123video

    AL JOLSON IMPERSONATOR: BOBBY BERGER - CORKED UP KOOKS AND BLACKFACE BASTARDS! [BALTIMORE, MD POLICEMAN] mrjyn123video



    Bobby Berger Al Jolson impressionist. Pictured with "Smokin" Joe Frazier. - Bobby Berger Official SiteA Touchy Subject Below is an atypical minstrel skit. The origins of this audio oddity are not entirely clear. The first voice is presumably Mr. Interlocutor since he addresses Mr. Tambo in an interrogative manner. The second voice (who sounds a lot like Cotton Watts from Yes Sir, Mr. Bones) is that of Mr. Tambo. Though, being an audio file, and therefore not being an actual case of blackface, this mp3 represents the type of banter found in a minstrel show. * Download Audio: A Touchy Subject (mp3 format) Unnamed (presumably Interlocutor) Mr. Tambo. Mr. Tambo Mmm hmmm. Interlocutor Is it true that your ancestors are from Africa? Mr. Tambo Mmm, Africa? No. My aunt's sista's right from where I'm at. In fact she's my mama. Interlocutor I heard that you had a distant relative that was given a life term in prison for being a pedophile. Mr. Tambo A life term? Interlocutor That's right. Mr. Tambo All dat fo bein' afraid of feets? Interlocutor No, no, no. You don't understand. Uh, he was a child molester. Mr. Tambo Well now, I had a cousin who was retarded - they say he's a child mo' less but, they ain't lock 'em up!
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    AL JOLSON: IMPERSONATOR: BOBBY BERGER: (BALTIMORE, MD POLICEMAN) - Humor & Komedie - 123video

    the jacksons: i want you back (backwards) via mrjyn 123video [god, i have some weird vids]

    Highway to Heaven [Corpsing: Michael Landon and Victor French] Remember when Lil' Joe was a Valium freak?]

    Here are some outtakes from the show Highway to Heaven, er movie i never saw--remember when Lil' Joe was a Valium Freak?]

    Enjoy Michael Landon and Victor French--rapeseed funnymen...the yarmulke whoopee.

    Michaelmas me lanolin Victrola french jonathan smith mark Gordimer hay to heaven gas eel beer breakpoints buttes an shtel vow

    The Getaway: Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw [Landfill Scene] For garbage-brain Jane!

    A cute scene from "The Getaway," starring Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw in which Doc (McQueen) and Carol (MacGraw) get transferred from the dump truck to the landfill and have a heart-to-heart talk

    The Getaway: McQueen and MacGraw [Train Station] can't take the piss out of the peck

    Starsky and Hutch: Hilarious [from "The Committee] Remember the dynamic they had? magic!

    This is a hilarious scene from the second season Starsky and Hutch episode "The Committee." Starsky impatiently waits while Hutch makes a phone call.

    Dirty Dancing: Bloopers [i swear i've never seen this movie--but i fucking love a good blooper!] via: Elvis sob cesspool


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    The very short but hilarious gag reel from the amazing movie Dirty Dancing, starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. Enjoy! :)
    The very short but hilarious gag reel from the amazing movie Dirty Dancing, starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey.
    Enjoy! :)

    Elvis + Jocelyn Lane "I Feel That I've Known You Forever" [Tickle Me] don't feel bad. i've never seen it either


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    A scene from the 1965 movie "Tickle Me," starring Elvis Presley and Jocelyn Lane. Lonnie (Elvis) is singing "I Feel That I've Known You Forever," to an angry Pam (Jocelyn Lane), who wants nothing t...
    A scene from the 1965 movie "Tickle Me," starring Elvis Presley and Jocelyn Lane. Lonnie (Elvis) is singing "I Feel That I've Known You Forever," to an angry Pam (Jocelyn Lane), who wants nothing to do with him after have just witnessed him kissing another woman.
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    Elvis Movie Trivia Quiz

    Elvis Movie Trivia Quiz


    1. Which movie did Elvis NOT refuse to watch in later life?
    Jailhouse Rock
    Charro!
    Loving You

    2. The leading lady who gave Elvis his first onscreen kiss...
    Jana Lund
    Dolores Hart
    Debra Paget

    3. In which movie did Kurt Russell kick The King?
    Double Trouble
    It Happened at the World's Fair
    Paradise Hawaiian Style

    4. What prize was Elvis awarded in the talent show segment of Viva Las Vegas?
    a pool table
    sports car
    honeymoon trip

    5. In which film did Elvis play a dual role?
    Kissin Cousins
    Double Trouble
    Live a Little Love a Little

    6. Who once portrayed the mother of Elvis's character?
    Shelley Winters
    Barbara Stanwyck
    Angela Lansbury

    7. In Blue Hawaii, Elvis was expected to take over the family's ~?~ business.
    banana plantation
    pineapple farm
    charter plane service

    8. When Frankie shot Johnny, what kept him from being killed?
    the bullet was a blank
    gold pocketwatch Frankie had given him
    lucky cricket

    9. In what move did Elvis do The Clam?
    Blue Hawaii
    Girl Happy
    Clambake

    10. Elvis's last film before he entered the army was...
    Jailhouse Rock
    King Creole
    Kid Galahad

    11. In Girl Happy Elvis pursued Shelley Fabares to...
    Hawaii
    Las Vegas
    Fort Lauderdale

    12. If you hear "Return to Sender", you must be watching...
    Girls, Girls, Girls
    Easy Come Easy Go
    The Trouble with s

    13. The big race in "Speedway" took place at which racetrack?
    Indianapolis
    Charlotte
    Daytona

    14. Who or What was "King Creole"?
    Elvis's boss
    Elvis's character's name
    nightclub

    15. Elvis's last feature film was...?
    Charro!
    Change of Habit
    Tickle Me

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    Elvis Movie Trivia answers