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Thread: Granite State of Mind - Jay Z Parody

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    Senior Member Waumbek's Avatar
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    How many 4Ks are mentioned? How many non-4Ks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waumbek View Post
    How many 4Ks are mentioned? How many non-4Ks?
    Play it backwards and it says, "The Old Man is dead."
    sardog1

    "Å! kjære Bymann gakk ei stjur og stiv,
    men kom her up og kjenn eit annat Liv!
    kom hit, kom hit, og ver ei daud og lat!
    kom kjenn, hot d'er, som heiter Svevn og Mat,
    og Drykk og Tørste og det heile, som
    er Liv og Helse i ein Hovedsum."

    -- Aasmund O. Vinje, "Til Fjells!"

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    "It's like old Hampshire, but it's new...." Too funny! That was a well produced video. Loved the "plow guy" on the mini piano... Also, I would have never imagined putting Frost to rap, but they made it work...

    Also loved the Al Kaprielain reference!

    As for the for the cow tipping reference, that is more of a myth than reality. The physics behind it make it almost impossible for a single human to do that. Doug Paul???
    "If all the world's a stage, I want to operate the trap door"

    - Paul Beatty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frodo View Post
    As for the for the cow tipping reference, that is more of a myth than reality. The physics behind it make it almost impossible for a single human to do that. Doug Paul???
    I grew up in a college town with lot of cows and drunk students (Durham, NH) and heard this urban legend repeatedly, but it is total bs. However, cows can certainly tip over humans.

    http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2010/fe...d-cow-ut-farm/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frodo View Post
    As for the for the cow tipping reference, that is more of a myth than reality. The physics behind it make it almost impossible for a single human to do that. Doug Paul???
    Who me? I don't know nuttin' about cow tipping.

    However, wikipedia thinks it knows something: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cow_tipping.

    Doug

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    I believe that it is proper to tip cows at 20%
    Last edited by The Hikers; 04-03-2010 at 10:06 AM.

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    There's an article about this video in a local paper today:
    http://www.eagletribune.com/punews/l...092223024.html

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    Too funny! And well made.

    I will have to check out some of their other works, even though they do come with a 'warning'!

    Watched it with my friends kids, who are growing up in Conway, funny to hear their reactions.

    I also loved the 'correct' way to pronounce the 'Kanc'!

    Wicked fun stuff!


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    That video was amazing! I can't believe the amount of work/thought that went into it.

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