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After looking through the archives, I found these videos to post:

The Battle of Cowpens (cuteness alert)

National Anthem

Pentathlon Camp

Enjoy.

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I can't stop laughing at the lyric at 0:30:

I roll hard through the streets in the cul de sacs.

It is quite funny.

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I found this impersonation of W funny.

I just want to say that in the famous interview he gave to O'Reilly, W came across as presidential. It can't be easy for a decent man to edit every syllable that comes out of his when the Press is so good at twisting everything. Having said that, where do people without that skill get off running for office at this time?

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With reference to Vespasiano's wonderful contribution in Performing Arts with Jorge Bolet's Masterclass on Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3...

Uh, then, there's

from Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.

:D That's priceless, Alan!!

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It must be 30 years since I've seen an episode of the I Love Lucy show. But . . . tonight, this classic bit brought back memories and had me giggling out loud.

Lucy, Ethel and Chocolate

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An old one but I find this interview sketch by John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson to be hilarious. :)

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Achmed, The Dead Terrorist by Jeff Dunham. *Mild profanity* One of the funniest skits I've seen in a while.

"Stop touching ME! ... I KILL YOU!"

Also: Jingle Bombs by Achmed, the dead terrorist.

"Oh... jingle bombs, jingle bombs,

Mine blew up you see.

Where are all the virgins that Bin Ladin promised me?

Oh....

Jingle Bombs, Jingle Bombs,

Your soldiers shot me dead.

The only thing that I have left is this towel upon my head."

Hahahha!

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So how do you get a Hinckley SW70, a sailboat whose rig soars to 80', under a 65' bridge?

!

"Boat Balls" indeed.

(Last time I heard, these daggerboard beauties sold for $4-5M.)

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