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Without the audio, the video must have been draggy and confusing. I’d rather they have not used it at all, or saved it for next week (even though I won’t be in church for the rest of the month) than run it the way they ran it.
So I sat in church and sulked about it.
Of course, if I’d truly made the video as an act of servanthood, would it have mattered? If I’d truly made the video as an act of Christian service, it could have been ignored completely and I, in theory, shouldn’t have cared. Obviously, the service was running long as it is – there was a good and legitimate reason for them not to use my video at all.
No, the fact of the matter is that I’m a pretty piss-poor Christian servant. I wanted to show off my video, to hear everyone laugh at Vickie and Kaye dancing, to have everyone know what a fine job I’d done. I was offended because of my own vanity, because of several hours of work seemingly thrown away.
I’m no better at servanthood than I am at most other aspects of life.
A couple of months back, I linked to this mesmerizing video, featuring two performers named Cleary & Harding, which I still look at every now and then when I need a smile:
Well, apparently I wasn’t the only one who enjoyed it. Exhibit A: a new TV commercial from McDonald’s (which my youngest niece refers to as “the yummy M”):
It’s nice when marketers are able to do something cool and entertaining that’s appropriate to their advertising message. I think this qualifies.
Facebook is down right now so I guess I’ll link to this here first and then go back and link the blog post to Facebook later. Hat tip to Ken Lowery, one of the masterminds of Fake AP Stylebook.
Sorry for the earlier, deleted post. Roll it!
My co-worker David Melson alerted me to this in a blog entry at the Times-Gazette web site. For a 1969 episode of “The Johnny Cash Show,” a legendary showcase for both country and rock musicians, Johnny Cash performed his song “Sunday Morning Coming Down” accompanied by a little snippet of film showing a drifter wandering the streets — think of it as a music video long before music videos existed.
What blew my mind is that this snippet of film was shot in downtown Shelbyville. You can easily recognize the east side of the square. The Dixie Hotel, which was torn down in the 1970s just a few years after our family moved here in 1972, is also clearly shown, along with other locations you can read about in David’s blog post.
This clip includes several songs, so you have to wait a bit for “Sunday Morning Coming Down.” It starts at about the 3:20 mark:
How special is Kim Jong-il? Just watch:
Hat tip to the “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me” blog.
I don’t really watch “CSI: Miami” — can’t say that I’ve ever seen an episode — but I love the way “The Soup” and some other shows sometimes make fun of David Caruso’s hammy openings. I had a former co-worker whose husband loved the show but for whom Caruso was like fingernails on a blackboard. Anyway, here’s a very funny compilation of some of Caruso’s best put-the-sunglasses-on one-liners.
As I blogged earlier, I’m set up to watch “Cyrano de Bergerac” (1950) tomorrow on TCM. But I’ve discovered that if you have a really good, feature film-quality Internet connection and hardware, you can watch it whenever you want.