I’ve watched Frank Sinatra perform live in seats close enough to see the pancake makeup.
I’ve seen Yul Brenner play “the King” on stage in “The King And I.”
I’ve watched glaciers calve 2 ton sheets of ice.
But until last Tuesday, I had never seen this:
Simpson/Hemstead was there. My memebelly, tropetesines, and nerdsophogus were given a thanksgiving dinner of awesome.
Hopefully this one-time only dramatic reading of Rebecca Black’s Friday will spell the death knell to this internet monster.
In the Video:
Dramatic reading by James Urbaniak (Rusty Venture from The Venture Brothers)
Music by Paul and Storm.
Rap bridge by Gordie Crusher himself, Wil Fucking Wheaton.
A very special thanks to YouTube user and fellow geek SalaciousScribe for capturing this moment and posting it for me to steal. My own copy on my Galaxy S phone is no where near this good.
Thank you sir, or ma’am, whichever you may be. I’m not here to judge. Okay, I’m here to judge, but not you good sir. Or ma’am.
EDIT: Thanks to James Urbaniak for reposting this through the magic of Twitter. This anonymous blogger (I guess this means I gotta step up the campaign) appreciates it.
EDIT Part Deux: Doing some sleuthing from my desk through the magic of the internets I have finally seen a photo of SalaciousScribe. He’s a man, man. Thanks sir for filming this performance far better than I did.