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created by artists from around the planet. While these files are being
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Those who are easily
offended by heavy doses of irony should probably leave now.
You may also hear the occasional cuss word in some translations: you have
Rather (5 links)
Mr. American Newsman
gets his come-uppance.
Beck (3 links)
just asks for it.
This is your brain...this is
your brain on right-wing hyprocrisy.
O'Reilly (3 links)
Don't cut off his
mic - he's too hilarious!
Harvey (3 links)
Golden throat, meet sonic
|Stephen Colbert (2 links)
Faux-publican commentator has zingers galore in
non-mixed mode. Remixed? Another dimension.
|Debbie Gibson/Dr. Ruth Westheimer
Big (2:56, 1.4 MB)
The Bran Flakes
From: I Remember
When I Break Down
one should be pretty self-explanatory.
|Dr. Laura Schlessinger
Laura's Rap (4:39, 2.2 MB)
National Cynical Network
Favorite Quote: "Subscribe to the Dr. Laura Perspective
and arm yourself with unsavory influences."
Runner (2:23, 1.1 MB)
From: The Droplift Project
Title (:49, 389K)
Favorite Quote: "Look at that amazing white flesh. Easy access."
on You Mr. Bush (2:25, 2.3 MB)
Source Material: Mostly from Moore's Oscar acceptance speech, March
Beat (2:12, 1.1 MB)
Select Committee Hearing 2011 (1:32, YouTube Link)
Very subtle digs at Rupert and
Boys (1:42, 803 K)
Favorite Quote: "The easy way is to stab them one at a time
with a fork and heat them over a gas flame on the stove until the
skin bursts. It then peels right off. (laughs) What fun."
Evil (1:16, 1.2 MB)
Big City Orchestra
Strange quasi-tirade against the welfare
state as a threat to America.
Enemy (4:14, 3.9 MB)
Creator: Collage by Chris Burke, music by X, produced by
f*cking philosophy set to punk f*cking rock!