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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Lather's Blather Episode #12: John McCain's Large Intestine

You may begin the rejoicing....now.


Okay, that's enough. At long last I have new content for you! Tremble before a deadly tag-team of animated clunkers: Thunder Prince and Beauty & Warrior! Have a little extra turkey with your Thanksgiving.


Screencaps and notes to follow.

Direct download is here.

5 comments:

Martha Jones said...

Thank you so much for this episode. I laughed my ass off.

Dane Scaysbrook said...

Jeff, at 20:58, it appears that you almost break down in tears judging by the sudden change in voice.

Having seen some of this, I feel your pain brother...I feel your pain

Dave said...

Glad to have you back Sgt Major. The episodes wherein you delve into the seedier side of anime are the best. I wish I had just a soundtrack of the gawdawful dialog of those movies to use in daily life. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

I believe it was H.P. Lovecraft who said something to the effect that the more we understood the true nature of the universe, the more we would recoil in horror from it. Thanks to Lather's Blather I have gazed into the face of eldritch terror and I stand agape, powerless in the grip of madness.

Chris Sobieniak said...

That Joseph Lai Thunder Prince opening will come to distill that thought in my mind of the s__t that unravels itself within. You can put that opening on anything objectionably bad and it just fits it perfectly I found out.

I know how you feel after watching both of these. I forgot about the leaps of time that occurred in Thunder Prince since I think the visuals alone destroyed any hopes that any sense could be made by it.

Those cartoony animals alone really throws me off for a loop, especially that wolf who looks like he should belong in a Three Little Pigs tale.

And because I had blanked out "Beauty & Warrior" out of my mind for so long, hearing of what happens doesn't sound any different from what I had tried to watch of it's muddled plot. Amazing the s__t they sell out there at such familiar places in America.

By the way, in the time while I was waiting for Beauty & Warrior (let alone not realize it was already up while I was MIA for a while), a friend of my dad had bought a copy of "The Happening" and asked that i watch it. "I heard it was terrible." I said. "Why?" she replied. I had nothing more to say. Thanks for clearing my ass Jeff!

 
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