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Lingerie Football Catfight

Three words I never expected to use together.
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Now back to our regularly scheduled program.

Mexican Rock Band of the 60's #2: "Los Hitters". In English that means "The Wife Beaters". I think that's what Google Translate said.

Anyways, here's a song that Kinks fans should recognize: Hombre Respetable
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blurt wrote:
Now back to our regularly scheduled program.

Mexican Rock Band of the 60's #2: "Los Hitters". In English that means "The Wife Beaters". I think that's what Google Translate said.

Anyways, here's a song that Kinks fans should recognize: Hombre Respetable

Wouldn't it just be The Hitters?
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justine wrote:
blurt wrote:
Now back to our regularly scheduled program.

Mexican Rock Band of the 60's #2: "Los Hitters". In English that means "The Wife Beaters". I think that's what Google Translate said.

Anyways, here's a song that Kinks fans should recognize: Hombre Respetable

Wouldn't it just be The Hitters?


No, Los Hitters sound right. They did that a lot. Mix spanish and english. They still do that. We say Los Beatles, Los Rolling Stones, etc.

And google translate is most likely wrong. Hitters must be related to "hit songs"
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justine wrote:
Wouldn't it just be The Hitters?


No, Los Hitters sound right. They did that a lot. Mix spanish and english. They still do that. We say Los Beatles, Los Rolling Stones, etc.

And google translate is most likely wrong. Hitters must be related to "hit songs"

Maybe I should have thrown in a ;) to make it obvious.

Yeah, it was a pretty weak joke. But at least I'm trying.
This video gave me quite a few laughs, gotta love British comedy
My Blackberry Is Not Working! - The One Ronnie, Preview - BBC One
Prior to watching for those who aren't familiar with the UK "Orange" is a mobile carrier
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Here we have Los Crazy Boys performing La Pulga, which Google translates as "blood-sucking insect of the genus Ctenocephalides", whatever that means.

I can't explain why Hans and Franz are in this video. Maybe to pump you up.
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Here we have Los Crazy Boys performing La Pulga, which Google translates as "blood-sucking insect of the genus Ctenocephalides", whatever that means.

Flea
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Must I include a ;) in every post?
It might help. ;)
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Yo no hablo español
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I'd like to see google try to translate "popotitos"
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I'd like to see google try to translate "popotitos"

It roughly translates as "Bony Moronie". ;) <--- (see what I did there?)

But seriously, I typed "Laisse Tomber les Filles" into Google Translate and it came back as "Chick Habit". I kid you not. I was expecting "Drop the girls" or maybe a more awkward phrase like "Let the girls fall", but I got the title of April March's english version of the song. Weird.
Makes sense, a lot of what Google Translate grabs is human inputted.
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Here to wish you Feliz Navidad is José Feliciano.
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After our brief detour to visit José, we're back to Mexico with Los Rockin' Devils.

It's not "Wooly Bully", it's Bule Bule
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Bule bule rocks!
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Here to wish you Feliz Navidad is José Feliciano.

It should be noted that 2010 is the 40th anniversary of the original release of his Feliz Navidad.
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And this week's theme is-- well, you figure it out.

Squawk!
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I hate it when people put together something with reasonably good production values but don't bother to use a mic.
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This one plays the blues better than some people.

I woke up this morning...
YouTube channel for the advertising campaign for Cadbury Creme Eggs in the UK and Ireland, starting in late 2008 and continuing this year.

I wonder what would have happened if this series ran in the US.
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Boozle wants to wish you Happy Birthday
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The Princess Bride duel with lightsabers

Awesome sauce!

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

I always love these lightsaber effects.
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He's smart, but he's no Einstein. Or maybe he is...
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From the classic TV movie, Trilogy of Terror.

Where DID I put that damn doll???

A clip from From Hell It Came!
Silly 1950's horror movies don't get much more silly than this. Gotta love it when they use obviously Caucasian actresses, and try to pass them off as native island girls.
1997 Boston Market commercial, with Keith Olbermann
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Zut! Non!

Oui. Another Sylvie Vartan video. But this may be the best one yet. A song with a gorgeous melody, nifty choreography (how there's only one blonde on the stage, and how the dancers freeze) and the way Sylvie starts reclined and slides off the couch to dance during the solo.

Irresistable.
On this past Sunday Edition on NPR Jake Shimabukuro was interviewed and said that one thing that people had challenged him and his ukelele with had been "But can you play 'Bohemian Rhapsody' on that thing?" Yes, he can.
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BohRhap on uke= good.

BohRhap on handfart= you decide.
He's certainly talented
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For the Francophiles, a little Edith Piaf and one of her iconic songs.
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For the Francophiles, a little Edith Piaf and one of her iconic songs.

Every time I hear that song, I wake up and wonder if I'm still dreaming.

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