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  Reply # 347901 5-Jul-2010 09:47
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Starwars Kid doesn't look so silly now does he?





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  Reply # 347910 5-Jul-2010 09:57
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langi27: Starwars Kid doesn't look so silly now does he?


Naa...he still looks silly!




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  Reply # 348378 6-Jul-2010 12:47
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langi27: Starwars Kid doesn't look so silly now does he?









The original was funny. This is awesome!

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  Reply # 357608 28-Jul-2010 10:37
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This is classic... from a skeptical podcast with video footage included. The topic is the "ch'i" woo-woo mumbo-jumbo that's rife in martial arts - you know, those guys who can knock people over without touching them (suggestible followers tend to play along with it).

First up: A "ch'i master" who thinks he can make his skin impevious to a sword; needless to say it doesn't work and he slashes himself down to the bone (nothing gory, just a bit of blood and embarrasment)

Secondly, another "ch'i master" gets his butt handed to him by an MMA fighter. OWNAGE. Apparently dancing around making imaginary energy balls doesn't actually work.




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  Reply # 357788 28-Jul-2010 15:53
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Definitely not safe for work















These last two are safe for work
















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  Reply # 362380 3-Aug-2010 14:18
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Better than the other Drummers ;)







And then there is this one.. (not at all suitable for work but oh well)






 

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  Reply # 363250 4-Aug-2010 21:01
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I have to say that Alf Stewart one is classic, holy i haven't laughed that much in ages!!

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  Reply # 363263 4-Aug-2010 21:21
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garvani: I have to say that Alf Stewart one is classic, holy i haven't laughed that much in ages!!


I still laugh EVERY single time I see it, and I have seen it dozens of times. "no raping in the diner". HAHAhaaa

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  Reply # 364813 7-Aug-2010 20:20
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Mini cannon is awesome!

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  Reply # 364835 7-Aug-2010 21:34
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  Reply # 364921 8-Aug-2010 09:07
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  Reply # 364954 8-Aug-2010 12:06
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For the SysAdmins among us...quite long but def worth a watch








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