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If George W. Bush had a high midichlorian count June 10, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Bush, Robot Chicken.
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Got to love Robot Chicken for daring to go where no one else will go. This video is priceless as it shows Dumbya at the doctors and the doctor mentions the high midichlorian count.

I particularly love the saber vs. monument segment. Too bad old Abe had to die.

I have to say May 12, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Robot Chicken.
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I’m really digging life without cable. Well, there is cable but I just use it for 20mbps net service. Yeah, Cox has now thrown down the gauntlet to Verizon’s FIOS 15mbps limit.

But I gotta say, the web has become a good substitute for a television. For example, this little Robot Chicken clip about The Book of Life is hilarious. Right up there with the Calvin & Hobbes parody I posted earlier, or the one with the Tooth Fairy.

Or maybe their Fast and the Furious take off. Or maybe Grand Theft Mario

I’ve always loved Seth Green, for more reasons than one might think but it is his work on Robot Chicken that really shines. Such sick, twisted, demented thing set me all atwitter, nearly rolling on the proverbial floor laughing my ass off. (NROTPFLMAO). Hmm.. since I enjoy it so much what the hell does it say about me?

A Robot Chicken interpretation of Calvin and Hobbes May 5, 2007

Posted by truthspew in Bloom County, comics, Robot Chicken, The Far Side.
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Since I did away with cable television in favor of a faster network connection I do occasionally miss things like Robot Chicken. Who the hell am I kidding, I see it on the web all the time. E.g. Google Video

In any case, Calvin and Hobbes is a favorite comic strip of mine. Bill Watterson is a genius and I lament the fact that he no longer draws Calvin and Hobbes.

Other favorites were The Far Side by Gary Larson, and Bloom County by Berke Breathed.

Anyhow this was a long comic retrospective for me so I present without hesitation the Robot Chicken interpretation of my beloved Calvin and Hobbes: