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Folds has performed a version of a Dr Dre song (the title of which I can't publish in a family newspaper) and this video features an a capella group from the University of California performing the song. Now, how long before George Lucas sues the creators and demands all the previous episodes be destroyed? It will need to be better than the most recent episodes, which have not been up to scratch, in my opinion.
Let me draw your attention today to something that occurred a couple of weeks ago that I find a little weird.
A You Tube vlogger called boh3m3 put up a video post featuring his theory that Vegemite is a scam perpetrated by Australians, who are attempting to trick foreigners into eating something that's disgusting.
It's hilarious, but - warning - contains many, many swears. See tough guys demonstrating how they will kick your arse using martial arts. (Or perhaps he'll allow them to continue if they add a computer-generated Rastafarian alien to the cast) Or head over the Apple's trailers and go for Trailer 3. Internet hoaxes are continuing to fool folks around the world - even when they're not actually hoaxes.
It's part of a series of videos Folds has invited fans to submit of the song. Australian artist Justine Cooper currently has an exhibition showing at the Daneyal Mahmood Gallery in New York.