Monday, December 15, 2008

it would have been perfect for my 999th post

There I was, living in my own private Radiohead, producing my own video for 15 Step. I felt so accomplished, as if some of that immense Radiohead talent was rubbing off on me.

I even got a widget from Wowow and everything.




But alas, due to my non-existent skills in navigating Japanese websites, I can't show you my awesome video, but you can go here if you want, mix your own video, and become part of the rainbow. Sean produced his first and although you can't view his either, you can go to his place to weigh in on the flame war surrounding The State of the Red Pants. The latest scandal has Sean proclaiming that Paul Westerberg (the Replacements) gets the credit/blame for the fashion statement of the year.

Santa Thom is nonchalant about the whole matter, because he knows he rocks his red trousers. And he just wants to bring you a sackful of goodies.

Update: We should have known it was Loverboy all along.

9 comments:

Gifted Typist said...

What are these skilz and where to we find them. I'd even pay if someone would just download them into my head via a memory stick

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Happily, there are absolutely no skills involved, Gifted. Do you think I would be involved otherwise?
You just point and click, my kind of music video production.

K.B said...

I would love to see your video for 15 step. I hope that will be possible sometime in the future!

Take care!

justacoolcat said...

I don't think a day has passed when you haven't dreamed of Thom's sack full of goodies.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

How nice to heat from you, Karl! I hope that sometime all the videos will be viewable, it would be fun to compare. Have you tried doing one yet?

Oh now that's just sacrilege, JustA, talking about Thom like he's a mere mortal.

kelly said...

its an omen...no more radiohead!

Bridget Jones said...

Yahoo I love Loverboy!!!

I don't have those skills either...:(

K.B said...

No, I haven't gotten around to that. So much to do, so little time. Or should I say: So much to do, such a large lack of time-optimizing skills.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Nothing could be further from the truth, Kelly, at least around here.

You're a good Canadian kid, Bridget.

I'm hoping someone gives me some time-optimizing skills for Christmas, Karl. Since there won't be a new Radiohead album to get excited about.