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The Trololo Guy Speaks Out March 16, 2010

Posted by Michael in Philosophy, Politics, Pop Culture.
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Forty-four years later, he’s happy that people are enjoying his song, and wants it to be a force for global peace and harmony.  No, I’m not making this up.  He has a plan, starting with you and me writing some lyrics for the song.

It’s really kinda touching.

Thanks again to Doug.

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1. Enas Yorl - March 16, 2010

Why does everyone want to be a “force for global peace and harmony”? That’s so cliché. Just once I’d like to hear someone say that they want to be a “force for global chaos and destruction.” They don’t even have to mean it. It would just be a refreshing change you know?

2. Enas Yorl - March 16, 2010

Hmmm. Maybe he’s angling to be the next Rick Astley and get people to start Trololorolling each other? That would be kind of a force for global chaos and destruction. If so, that would be a movement I could get behind.

3. lauraw - March 16, 2010

Just once I’d like to hear someone say that they want to be a “force for global chaos and destruction.”

Enas, what’s your phone number?

4. sandy burger - March 16, 2010

Enas, what’s your phone number?

OK, this is the thread Admiral Akbar should have posted on.

5. Pupster - March 16, 2010

HAH!

Lauraw’s teh anarchy.

6. Tushar - March 16, 2010

The guy looks a bit like Dennis Kucinich.

7. Mrs. Peel - March 16, 2010

I’m gone for two months and everyone forgets how to spell Ackbar? Next you’ll be telling me you can’t remember how to tell a Klingon his ship looks like a garbage scow or where the apostrophes go in Mitth’raw’nuruodo or the inscription on the inside of the Ring.

(btw, last week’s Big Bang Theory about the guys finding one of the One Rings used in the movie was HILARIOUS. I was disappointed that Sheldon didn’t give us the inscription in the Black Speech, but I cracked up laughing at the end of the episode, when the guys asked frantically where the Ring was, and:

Leonard: It’s in a FedEx box, headed back to where it came from.
Raj: The fires of Mount Doom???
[Mrs. Peel reads the captioning and bursts out laughing before Raj even finishes his line]
Leonard: No! Peter Jackson’s office, in New Zealand!)

8. Lipstick - March 16, 2010

On one of my tours in New Zealand, the guide was pointing out places where LOTR was filmed. Not having seen the movie, I just nodded and tried to look impressed.

9. daveintexas - March 17, 2010

The inscription in the ring says “This Side Toward Enemy”.

10. Michael - March 17, 2010

Next you’ll be telling me you can’t remember how to tell a Klingon his ship looks like a garbage scow or where the apostrophes go in Mitth’raw’nuruodo or the inscription on the inside of the Ring.

*Michael sighs, hangs head in shame*

We need you, Mrs. Peel.

11. lauraw - March 17, 2010

I’m gone for two months and everyone forgets how to spell Ackbar?

*makes series of tiny cuts on back of knee with X-Acto knife*

12. d3ft punk - March 17, 2010

Speaking of abominable videos that are completely disgusting that are redone by indy musicians in a way that is both fascinating, encouraging, and exciting, I give you the non–amazingly–craptacular Telephone.

Unless you’ve already seen the thing 20 times on H2, because they post crap there almost non–stop, regardless of merit.

Michael - March 17, 2010

Deft, I did not know you lowered yourself to visit us at H2. I am disappointed in you. Do you use another name there, or just lurk.

13. d3ft punk - March 17, 2010

I’m actually Rosetta.

Kidding.

I’m not.

Don’t ban me.

Anyways, I pretty much follow the entire moronosphere. Sorta went off the blogroll here and stuck some RSS in the Feed Reader of Legend™, and there you go. A while back (when I thought she was actually Mrs. Peel), I read something about the divergence of the line of something something Lord of the Rings blah blah line of Judah something something and was immediately hooked. That lead me to follow the rest of you idiots.

I like you idiots. I follow as many as you I can find on the Twitter (in a secret location, only known to me and the guy stealing my WiFi connection).

14. Michael - March 18, 2010

Deft, did your IP address change earlier this year?

15. d3ft punk - March 18, 2010

It should change all the frick’n time, but it doesn’t. Usually it says I’m from Nowhweresville, GA. Other times it says I’m from Seattle. No, I have no idea why that happens. Trust me, that entire coast can fall into the ocean for all I care. The interwebs be a strange thing ’round these parts.

Oh, and I’m in the Vatican, like, stupid crazy amounts of times a year. But I’m never around a computer or anything, what with all the…Vaticaning I’m doing all day long.

16. The Lonely Island - March 18, 2010

I’m in the Vatican, mutha*&^%a, I’m in the Vatican!

I gots my vestments on, with my flippy-floppies

I’m in the Vatican mutha*&^%a, I’m in the Vatican!

If you’re nailin’ theses to the door, then you’re shore not me-o.


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