My w00tstock Bit: Morning Announcements at the Lucas Interspecies School for Troubled Youth

Enjoy. There’s a little visual shakiness near the start but it evens out soon after. Thanks to YouTube user “grnbrgb” for posting it!

22 Comments on “My w00tstock Bit: Morning Announcements at the Lucas Interspecies School for Troubled Youth”

  1. You’ve raised “daft bastard” from a humdrum past-time, past a simple profession and into an art-form. I salute you, sir.

    Don’t ask what I’m saluting with.

  2. Very funny, well delivered. Very entertaining.

    Sadly however, shortly before viewing your piece I was shocked (shocked!) to stumble across the following video describing the very real (it’s on TV it must be real) suffering (and eventual redemption) of a Coke Zero addict:

    It seems there is hope for you Mr Scalzi, but only if you admit you have a problem and take steps to deal with it.

  3. I am hypmotiz’d…and bow to your easy maniacal imagination. This w00tstock presentation truly meshes with my notoriously stream of consciousness wiring.

    You are soooo my hero, Scalzi, sir. Organized chaos theory in action.

    Keep it going. We who are locked into left field are mesmerized by it. Thank you.

    Uh-oh…here come those nice young men in their nice white coats again.

  4. Please bring W00tstock back to San Francisco soon. That was an excellent reading.

  5. Brilliant.
    Absolutely brilliant.

    On a side note, it is possible to injure yourself laughing too much.

  6. Excellent! Wish I had seen it live.
    @ David S – WTF? I kept waiting for that video to be a joke. I finally gave up half way through….
    I need to open a camp for people addicted to chocolate. The customer base is larger.

  7. Quite absurd. Any chance of a transcript? There are a couple of bits I couldn’t quite catch.

  8. Very, very funny. Looking forward to seeing more new material performed by you.

  9. How do we go about naming a school Whedon High? It doesn’t seem like it would be that hard to find a cash-strapped school in Southern California.

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