Your Friday Afternoon Bit of Amusement

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Also, it’s nice to hear that The Postal Service has opened a franchise in Japan.

21 Comments on “Your Friday Afternoon Bit of Amusement”

  1. That was too much fun for a Friday afternoon at work. Thanks!

  2. Ben Parzybok – My name is Ben Parzybok. I'm a novelist and programmer. A few of my projects: Levin of Earth - my own website, which has a biography-revealing game built into it. Universal Deck - https://universaldeck.org - a tool to create a 'personal universal deck', a writing exercise / divination tool created by the poet Michael McClure. PitchPost - https://pi7.ch - 'location-based conversations' - imagine geocaching but with discussion boards. CueDeck - https://cuedeck.app - an opinionated flashcard tool. OneBreath.in - https://onebreath.in - deep breath reminders (for desktop web browsers). My novels Couch and Sherwood Nation https://levinofearth.com
    Ben Parzybok

    I’m not sure I got that in the slightest either, but it was truly awesome. Definitely a must to watch it full-screen.

  3. That was fun – and a perfect video music birthday card for a Mexican friend of mine working a long way away from home. Thanks!

  4. If you go watch the New York one, they’re performing in front of a big animated Coke Zero sign somewhere around 1:50.

    I was tempted to post this into the “Bacon Posts” thread, but it’s not QUITE as overdone, so.

  5. I love that fact that this guy was a MMA level fighter, and is now a 8 times published author, an actor and musician. I must have the albums all of them.

  6. Stephen A. Watkins – A writer of Fantasy and Speculative Fiction living in Atlanta, Georgia. He's been writing since grade-school, and he's never given up the dream. He continues to juggle his dreams of establishing his writing career, the demands of family life, and working full time. He chronicles the challenges of balancing all these demands on his blog, The Undiscovered Author.
    Stephen A. Watkins

    Well, I for one, don’t mind admitting that I have a fondness for Japanese pop music, as silly and upbeat as it typically sounds. It stems from my enjoyment of anime, I think. I thought the video was pretty fun as well, even if it didn’t have technicolor hair, giant robots piloted by prepubescents, human-animal hybrids, or ninjas.

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