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Job of the Day: High-Voltage Power Cable Inspector

This guys sure does have a serious pair of humongous balls to do this for a living. I don’t know about you, but even for a few hundred k’s per year, I wouldn’t even want this job.
His suit is 75% Nomex to prevent him from catching on fire and 25% stainless steel thread, which creates [...]

MADtv: Pacino and De Niro Get Ice Cream

Two mostly typecast actors get parodied in this MADtv sketch. More violence than ice cream. Pacino and De Niro played by Frank Caliendo and Will Sasso, respectively.

The Rejection Show: Elna Baker

Mormon Comedian/Storyteller Elna Baker shares a rejection story at The Rejection Show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in NYC.

Married With Children: Life's a Beach

Is Bundy family quality time possible? Al thinks so, and so he brings the clan to the beach. All he wants is a family photo to prove he's a decent dad. What he gets is what you'd expect from a road trip with Kelly, Peg and Bud. Disappointment.

Bugs Bunny: French Rarebit

Two French chefs, Louis and Franois, both want to cook dinner specials for their restaurants, and both their dishes involve rabbits. They both spot Bugs and fight over who gets to cook him until Bugs outwits both of them.

1951 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies short, RT 7:22. Directed by Robert McKimson and written by Tedd Pierce. The title is a takeoff on "Welsh rarebit", which is also known as "Welsh rabbit".

Daft Punk vs. Adam Freeland: Aer-Obama

The following is a mixed-media stop motion music video and celebration commemorating the election and inauguration of Barack Obama as the forty-fourth president of these United States.

Audibly showcasing Adam Freeland's remix of Daft Punk's "Aerodynamic" and the imaginative stylings of forward thinking toy artists Dalek, Bill McMullen and Kubrick to name just a few.

Independently animated and directed by the progressive minds of the directing team GOLD, the piece is a labor of love that invites everyone to join in or create their own celebration this coming Tuesday January the 20th.