Saturday, September 15, 2007

Monkey Dust

One of the following videos is taken from the best and, as is increasingly turning out, the most prophetic British cartoon show ever made, Monkey Dust. The other isn't...





You Tube is crammed full of clips from
Monkey Dust - it's all good

And it will be a cold day in Hell before the BBC releases Series Two or Three of MD on DVD or commissions a fourth. Way too near the mark...

Thanks to anon and Lord P. for the links

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edit: and if you want to see something really scary you could do a lot worse than checking out this passionate appeal on the subject of lost children from US First Lady Laura Bush ('embedding disabled by request'). No rapid blinking or fidgety gestures from Laura - disturbingly so. Watching stuff like this can really bring out the David Icke in a person

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27 comments:

Apprentice said...

Full house!

Alexander Fear said...

I've not been ready to judge either way so far, but something just struck me.

If you really thought your daughter may still be out there and needed rescuing, wouldn't you be shocked, offended and indignant when the police started accusing you of killing your daughter? After all doesn't that presume she is already dead?

Stef said...

well quite

the thing is, as many people are realising, expecting people to behave in the way that you would in a particular set of circumstances is an intrinsically useless analytical tool

people do that all the time when assessing the behaviour of politicians and other establishment figures. time and time again I've seen people give the likes of Tony Blair the benefit of the doubt on the basis that they're 'people the same as us' and therefore conform to the same kind of moral codes as us

er, no...

Stef said...

and there's no way anyone in the general public has enough information to pronounce on what happened to Madeleine McCann

we do however have plenty of evidence of a bizarre publicity campaign and peculiar behaviour by the establishment and mass media

DE said...

I come back to see if you have returned safely, and am confronted with an avalanche of entries.

Stef said...

I brought a new coffee percolator back with me from holiday

Merkin said...

In Portugal, were we?

Stef said...

/ rumbled

Lyn, Spain said...

Whatever happened to innocent until proved guilty?

These are accusations not facts

katie, canada said...

Blaming it all on Kate is too ridiculous for words.
And if the Portugese cops are not supposed to say a word about this can't they at least tell the world the gossip is all rubbish?

kellie, us said...

I don't buy it, not until I see it myself! I think an outsider needs to be brought in to look at this DNA evidence.

silja, denmark said...

I pray for the McCann´s and I believe in their innocence.
Please bring Madeleine home safe... She is out there, just waiting to come home - we must keep on believing that!

natalie, london said...

How ridiculous!

Anonymous said...

Are these Clarence's keyboard monkeys at work?

jenny, dumfries said...

what an outrageous suggestion!!

Clarence Mitchell said...

Attention all Chimps.

The word is ludicrous. Ludicrous. L.U.D.I.C.R.O.U.S

Outrageous simply will not do.

Thank you.

Clarence.

retro-percolator said...

Is that a tin-foil hat, or are you just pleased to see me?
The police are quite entitled to ask questions if they think they have evidence which points in a particular direction.

Anonymous said...

retro-percolator said...
The police are quite entitled to ask questions if they think they have evidence which points in a particular direction.


Indeed, both real and fabricated evidence.

retro-percolator said...

And how can they tell the 'evidence' is fabricated if the don't ask relevant questions to clarify?

Anonymous said...

Perfect, now this comments page is all covered in keyboard monkey dust

Philip said...

The dingo got her.

Anonymous said...

retro-percolator said...
And how can they tell the 'evidence' is fabricated if the don't ask relevant questions to clarify?


Clarity is not desirable and best avoided.

Stef said...

The dingo got her.

indeed

who said the Australians don't have a sophisticated sense of humour

http://tinyurl.com/329wuz

Shahid said...

8 blinks in 1:13.

The average blink rate for normal human beings is once every 6 seconds.

Laura is blinking about once ever 14 seconds and gently at that, as if her eyes are not getting dry.

Scary freak!

It's simple. As long as people are worried sick about their kids, missing or not, they don't have time to worry about the stuff that's *really* scary.

Stef said...

Laura is blinking about once ever 14 seconds and gently at that, as if her eyes are not getting dry.

that's because they are protected by a transparent inner eyelid

Shahid said...

Like a lizard you mean?

Stef said...

/ embarrassed cough