The ultimate way to deal with telemarketers. The music in the background is Kenny G. Various digitized voices give the dialogue.
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Here is the latest instalment:
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I haven’t posted anything related to this since last year. These videos just fascinate me. I can’t get enough. More to come later.
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Some updates to the story I wrote.
There are some minor changes to my story. (link above)
The Chris Crocker video in question.
His imitators (parody, of course, and not all male). Many of these stray far off the topic of Chris Crocker: 1 2 3 4 5 (Israel?) 6 7 8 9 10 (a hockey player?) 11
There are dozens more, but I haven’t got anywhere near that kind of time to collect them all.
I have a link to the original story about The Hockey Sweater by Roch Carrier.
Some related comments in an earlier article I wrote.
Pink Martini is a Jazz ensemble (although much of what they do is of an “international” flavour) featuring a lead vocalist, a pianist, and a string and horn section. I purchased a CD recently called Hey Eugene, whose title track is really hilarious. It was played on our local jazz station. The other tracks are worthwhile also, but live up to different expectations. I say that because the title track appears to be geared up as more of a pop tune. I enjoyed it, but I like Jazz, and these were interesting tunes. The lead singer China Forbes sings in different languages, but the lyric booklet has English translations.