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moskovciak:

thebilderbergers:

The Idiot’s Guide to Smart People: College

Narration by Will Hines
Voice of the Idiot: Doug Stoley

Animation by Pig Apple Productions
Lead Animators: Mack Williams and Ed Mundy
Animator: Ryan Denora

Audio Director: Doug Stoley
Sound Design and Mix: Mark Turrigiano
Special thanks to Sticky Audio

Above Average Producer: Josh Poole

Written and created by The Bilderbergers

New Idiot’s Guide! Two more coming this month, plus another three coming later.

Yeah! I like being the smug kinda upset narrator for these! Most common direction “be yourself”

dontgetmestartedpodcast
dontgetmestartedpodcast:

Greeting social media friends!
Anthony King and I (Will Hines) are happy to announce that we’re starting a podcast on September 2, 2014, and we’d like you all to check it out.
It’s called “Don’t Get Me Started” and will feature people we know talking about something they love, separate from whatever it is they do for a living.
Could be an intense hobby like playing rugby, or a subject of fascination like ancient Egypt, or something hyperspecific like vintage 1980s pump shoes. High brow, low brow, whatever.
They don’t need to be experts. It has to be something that if the subject came up at a party, they wouldn’t be able to stop talking about it.
We have about eight episodes banked and they cover a wide variety of really fun and surprising topics! 
SO: please follow this tumblr. We will have a link new episodes here as they come out, and after we are on iTunes, we’ll include that link here also so you can subscribe on iTunes like a normal citizen of this digital age.

dontgetmestartedpodcast:

Greeting social media friends!

Anthony King and I (Will Hines) are happy to announce that we’re starting a podcast on September 2, 2014, and we’d like you all to check it out.

It’s called “Don’t Get Me Started” and will feature people we know talking about something they love, separate from whatever it is they do for a living.

Could be an intense hobby like playing rugby, or a subject of fascination like ancient Egypt, or something hyperspecific like vintage 1980s pump shoes. High brow, low brow, whatever.

They don’t need to be experts. It has to be something that if the subject came up at a party, they wouldn’t be able to stop talking about it.

We have about eight episodes banked and they cover a wide variety of really fun and surprising topics! 

SO: please follow this tumblr. We will have a link new episodes here as they come out, and after we are on iTunes, we’ll include that link here also so you can subscribe on iTunes like a normal citizen of this digital age.

fantagraphics
fantagraphics:

We are pleased to present you with our finalized cover design for Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge: The Seven Cities of Gold!
In a story that inspired Steven Spielberg and George Lucas—both big fans of Carl Barks themselves—with iconic parts of Raiders of the Lost Ark, the titular “The Seven Cities of Gold” has Uncle Scrooge and his kin on the hunt for the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola, said to have streets paved with gold. This and other stories, notes, and cover art make up our newest volume of classic, carefully remastered work by the one and only Carl Barks.

fantagraphics:

We are pleased to present you with our finalized cover design for Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge: The Seven Cities of Gold!

In a story that inspired Steven Spielberg and George Lucas—both big fans of Carl Barks themselves—with iconic parts of Raiders of the Lost Ark, the titular “The Seven Cities of Gold” has Uncle Scrooge and his kin on the hunt for the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola, said to have streets paved with gold. This and other stories, notes, and cover art make up our newest volume of classic, carefully remastered work by the one and only Carl Barks.

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leitepreto:

Robin Williams Live at the Roxy 1978

Man oh man did I forget how great and loose and improvised this was. He references Second City and the Committee in it — was he making fun of them? I don’t think he was! It’s right after he pulls John Ritter up for them to do improv scenes! How instantly insanely great he was!

"Surely there should be dancing in the streets when a great clown comic comes to town, and this man is a great clown." - Alexander Woollcott on Harpo Marx after the Marx Bros first Broadway show. I bet that’s what everyone thought about Robin Williams when they first saw him in clubs around the time of the above show.