This V-Day, enjoy some Harry Nilsson with a little Hall and Oates action for your lonely hearts tune-age. Enjoy!
For the holiday season, here is a special re-edit of the three time Mr. Coat Contributor Awards for Best Multi-Part, Best Writing, and Best Title Card as Morgan gets a taste of the Scrooge treatment with three interesting and strange variations of the Dickens famed Ghosts. Also includes an addition 2 minutes and 15 seconds of footage not seen anywhere else!!!
Originally uploaded December 21, 2012
Three videos from me for Christmas? You better believe it!
First up, we pay tribute to Chris Van Allsburg by taking a look at “Jumanji.” The book, the movie and the usual of what got changed.
Second, we gots a look at what happens when you launch Jumanji into space with “Zathura” and ask ourselves why little Josh Hutcherson has such an obsession with juice boxes.
And now we round things off with Robert Zemeckis’ take on “The Polar Express.” How many Tom Hankses does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Let’s find out!
DJ Jaimetud has some fun with the recent unveiling of the YouTube Heroes program…. IN SONG! To learn more about the potential dangers of the Youtube Heroes program, click here:
Based on the song “Jukebox Hero” by FOREIGNER
DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE:
Sittin’ in his chair, with his head down low
Feelin’ really bored and little too slow
Then he perked on up and looked at the screen
And he saw an opinion, made him want to scream
It was just one voice, and that’s all it took
For his ears to cringe, as his ego shook
So he signed a contract, with the Youtube folks
Said I’m gonna take down, your unfunny jokes.
And all that power felt good in his hands
Mass flaggin’ videos all across the land
Yeah, he started flaggin’, ain’t never gonna stop
Gotta keep on flaggin’, until he makes you pop
He’s a Youtube Hero (Got rage in his eyes)
He’s a Youtube Hero (Spoken: That’s me, you stupid losers!)
He’s got too much power (Youtube users, you’re in for a surprise)
Youtube Hero (rage in his eyes), he won’t sleep tonight
Rage in his eyeeeeees!
How can you be a good friend to your autistic buddy? In Episode 4 of Bluebee TeeVee, host James Sullivan puts his Bluebee Pal, Hudson, to the test in “The Friendship Game!” Watch this webisode to discover Hudson’s answers and you’ll learn all about autism, friendship, and why it’s awesome to have an autistic friend!
Me and Jonathan Murphy got to experience the first ever Silicon Valley Comic-Con! William Shatner, Stan Lee, Christopher Lloyd hundreds of fanboys under one roof. Let’s see what happens!
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Jaimetud here showing off an April Fools Switcharoo I did with Hewy Toonmore! This time around, I take a gander at George Lucas’ disastrous attempt at a full-length animated musical fairy tale, Strange Magic!
If you like the people who participated in this episode, here are their channels!
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I will have a table this weekend at Autism Awesomeness! at 1:00 on 04/02/2016. If you live in the area and would like to come meet me in person, feel free to do so at the following address!
St Luke Presbyterian Church
10 Bayview Dr.
San Rafael, CA 94901
In Episode 3 of Bluebee TeeVee, host James Sullivan talks to his Bluebee Pal, Riley, about about the many ways autistic people communicate. You see some people with autism can’t speak but they can still be heard and understood using picture boards or communication tools, like apps on tablets. The fancy word for this type of talking is augmentative and alternative communication or AAC for short. “Far out!” says Riley, and she’s even more surprised when she finds out that she’s a communication tool too!
Grab the episode guide: http://bit.ly/bluebee-tv-ep3-guide
Bluebee TeeVee, Autism information station is an innovative webisode series where kids learn all about autism—in a friendly, clinically correct and respectful manner with humor and pop culture references thrown in for fun. The show’s host, James Sullivan, is the script writer, filmmaker and editor. Jonathan Murphy performs the voices for the Bluebee Pal co-hosts. Both of these young men are on the autism spectrum. More information at http://bit.ly/bluebeetv
This autism education is presented by Kayle Concepts, Bluebee Pals for Autism, Geek Club Books autism nonprofit, and QSAC (Quality Services for the Autism Community).