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For Rush Fans: Rush's classic " 2112 " ( Inspired by Rand's " Anthem" ) set to the first 20 minutes in Willy Wonka's chocolate factory

I think they did very well on timing and its just absolutely crazy. Perhaps the childrens version of " The Wall "

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I like commercials. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x09vZHNWt60's a BMW one that sticks out. And http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1NnyE6DDnQ's one for Coca-Cola.

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If we're doing car commercials, I was very impressed by the 2004-05 GTO ads:

Crazy-cool futuristic robot construction sequence? Check.

Smoky burnouts? Check.

Holst and Mussorgsky? Check.

Narrated by Samuel freakin' Jackson?

Check.

/brought a little tear to my eye.

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This is a music video that I couldn't remember the name of and so took a while to track down, that I had vague memories of seeing during my childhood. I find it fascinating to watch so I'm glad I found it.

It brings back memories of that time. I don't remember what memories.

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I love Little Nemo in Slumberland. Some of you probably already know just judging by my avatar.

Anyhow, the artist, Winsor McCay, drew this little animation almost one hundred years ago. It's one of the first ever, if not the first.

Penn and Teller's "BullShit!"

This is a very effective 15 minute show on PETA. Very revealing:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9ijLulwUTY

Ha, I just picked up a vegetarian guide today, and find out it's either backed by PETA or supports it. ;)

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This is a music video that I couldn't remember the name of and so took a while to track down, that I had vague memories of seeing during my childhood. I find it fascinating to watch so I'm glad I found it.

It brings back memories of that time. I don't remember what memories.

I didn't know this existed, but that first woman, Marcella Detroit, has one sweet voice. Wow!

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