The Fine Brothers come through with another hilarious video, showing kids reacting to that mysterious ancient forerunner to the computer, the typewriter. Interestingly, they all seem to know what it is — but figuring out how it works is another story.
Yes, I’m feeling old after watching this. Here’s my beloved Smith Corona Electra 120 from high school in Hawaii, when Typing was a required course.
This episode of the Colbert Report is actually the comedy version of last week at LGF — Stephen Colbert covers several of the stories that appeared here, including Jim Hoft’s evil, destructive lies about a $50 million resort hotel for immigrant children.
This is filed in our “Humor” category, and there is humor in it, but it’s of a decidedly dark nature.
OK, I know it’s a little on the sick side. But it’s funny as hell. Notice the quickly scrolling list of states at the end in which NAPTIME is illegal.
I’ve never really understood why he’s supposed to be “Weird” Al — he’s not really that weird. Funny, sure, but weird? Captain Beefheart was weird; honestly, deeply weird. The Captain couldn’t be anything but weird. Al, on the other hand, does parodies of pop songs, usually involving food.
Nonetheless, this is a great new video that pokes fun at the Alex Jones crowd, so let’s lighten the mood a little after this heinous day, shall we?
Cashier bonuses just make rich people richer.
John Oliver’s show is turning into one of the best politically-oriented comedy shows on cable; the latest episode goes into great depth on America’s disastrous income gap. And it’s funny, too.
Not really safe for work, but pretty gol-darned hilarious.
Just another period western meta comedy short film.
Featuring the mellifluous voice of Nick Offerman.
I hope you enjoy it!
WINNER Audience Award for Best Short Film - LA Film Fest
Best of the Fest Selection - Palm Springs Short Fest
Official Selection - Cleveland International Film Fest
Official Selection - Seattle International Film Fest
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Directed by Eric Kissack (erickissack.com)
Written by Kevin Tenglin (kevintenglin.com)
Produced by Sarah Platt
Shot by Jon Aguirresarobe (jonaguirresarobe.com)
Costumes by Kate Mallor
Art Direction by Paul McConnell
Travis Lincoln Cox