Association out of sync
The dawn of the 21st century was the dawn of a new era. We had it all – or so we thought.
First, it was the 21st century. If that doesn’t sound ultra modern and bitchin’ then I don’t know what does.
Then we had the computer, improving life for us all. Some didn’t even require hourly rebooting. Our technological leaps were truly impressive.
Lastly, we had the internet, the magical conduit to all things possible.
There, at the apex of our society, came YouTube, at long last bringing audio out of sync with video to the masses. At last we had it all. At last we had achieved true greatness.
Never before in the history of civilization had the entertainment value of out-of-sync audio been made available to so many. Advanced nations around the world had finally achieved the dream and we able to relax and enjoy the good life, one filled with blurry and confusing sound and images. And it was YouTube that made it all possible.
Some took the easy way out and compensated for the effect with drugs, which they said made the videos watchable again. But most chose to confront reality head on, grapple with it, and eventually fail.
In their memory I offer this rousing clip:
Late night music break
Ever sit alone at night, all by yourself, and drink too much? When you do, shit like this is funny as hell! I’ve heard this song a million times and it still just made me laugh out loud. Enjoy! (Tequila optional but recommended.)
So this is Christmas
Here’s a rockin’ little Christmas ditty and I’m making it an Abyss Dedication for a certain little five-year old boy.
This also represents a milestone in history as the first computer video and upload to YouTube I’ve ever done. You will literally marvel at the production values that went into this video. Consider it your very own early piece of divinity and/or fudge.
Kid, this one is for YOU!