So I’ve spent the past hour or so watching old Homestar Runner stuff because my stupid brain wants me to think it’s 8th grade again when Homestar Runner was the coolest thing on the internet.
Not to knock Homestar Runner at all…it still is pretty cool even after all these years.
- The Luau
- Fluffy Puff Commercial
- Meet Marshie
- Cheat Commandos
- Cheat Commandos…O’s
- Stunt Double
- Teen Girl Squad (all of them)
We really were super obsessed with this in 8th grade. There was actually a kid who turned this in as an English essay once (though he was joking around; he did actually write one of his own and gave it to the teacher after class).
Hahahaha, man, I wish I would have finished this.
Aneel was one of my best friends in high school, which of course meant I had to make fun of him using Flash. I also made a parody of “Goodnight Moon” about him, ‘cause what else are friends for?
Edit: here’s a Strawberry Clock from back when I was all about the Clock Crew. I miss pretending to know how to Flash.
As long as we’re revisiting some old internet stuff (like we did with Ronald Jenkees), I should mention Tom DesLongchamp, since I don’t think I ever have on here.
I don’t remember quite how I found this guy (AlbinoBlackSheep…maybe?), but I found him back in like 2003 and loved his dorky little animations. My mom and I still quote a few of them, haha.
The above link sends you to his current page; this one sends you to his archives with all his old stuff posted.
Green Thing (I love that song)
I’m pretty sure I’ve posted this video before, but I need to do it again because I’ve had this damn song in my head ALL DAY LONG and I can’t get it out.
I thought it was decent at first, but the more I’ve watched it, the more I like it. I really like the music, too…thinking of buying the soundtrack.
The idea (and written content) of this was Sean’s. I animated it because that’s what I did with stuff back in 2008.
Yes, I still find this absolutely hilarious.
[Edit: oops, this one got lost in the last upload and didn’t get posted. Apologies!]
OH CRAP I MISSED CLOCK DAY.
And it was the 10 year anniversary of B, too.
What the hell is Clock Day, you ask? I’ve talked about The Clock Crew on here a few times before, but I don’t think I ever really explained them (well, “us,” since I’m a member too). So I’ll point you to this description on Newgrounds’ Clock Crew page, since it does a fairly succinct job of describing the madness.
In honor of 10 years of B, here’s a sampling of some of my favorite Clock movies, if anyone cares (and if not, too bad, my blog).
For some reason, I found this incredibly funny. Particularly the part after the “end.”
Yeah. This is why I need school.
Note: crappy quality due both to my lack of Flash skills and the fact that I only spent about six minutes on this.
Blame Sean for this.
The Wrath of XBAR (works best if you have the window about the size of half the screen).
Initiation of SAS discussion: Me
Concept (words): Sean
Those screenshots are my own SAS data too, bitches!
…Please tell me I’ve gotten better.
We’re on the “loving and relationships” chapter in my social psychology class and it’s sooooo depressing.
But on a lighter note, I shall give you a preview/summary/sentence of each Flash I plan on creating next week/finals week/over break. Go!
Yeah, this is the little preview that I was working on the night before the band trip. Yeah, it’s still not finished. Give me a break! 22 credits! Plus I made that other one, you know, the other Millard Fillmore one with Zach Taylor.
The Entire History of the United States Presidencies in Seven Minutes Flat
Just what it sounds like. Set to Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever.” It’s going to be epic.
The Declaration of Independence: The Movie
George Washington gets a camcorder. He tapes the day(s) of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Hilarity ensues.
The Hypothetical Date
Involving a date with Millard Fillmore. Maybe I’ll do this one in little sections and make it one of those “make your own adventure” things, what do you think of that?
Yeah. It’s going to be one (un)productive break.
I re-watched the Flash I made on Friday. I can’t understand a freaking thing they’re saying.
So I present to you: Fillmore Wars: Now with Subtitles!
Please tell me what you think of it, now that you know what they’re saying.
There was a country, had a prez, and Fillmore was his name-o!
And Fillmore was his name-o!
Rated PG-13 for some language and sexually suggestive content. And the phrase “butter churn”.
Please enjoy. Makes little to no sense. Another overdramatic piece of interest. Made under the influence of about 20 Jolly Ranchers.
Edit: Speakonia voices hard to understand? Ask me for the words if you’re so inclined.
Today I present to you a list of all my Flash works up to the present, and a list of all my quizzes up to the present. Because I have absolutely nothing else I want to say today.
Cheech and Chong’s “Dave” done with Millard Fillmore
The infamous “Aneel” animation
First old-timey/first with an actual plot…sort of
The even more infamous “The Matt Farnsworth Experience” animation
What Member of ‘Team America’ are You?
Which Founding Father are You?
Lewis and Clark: Which One are You?
What Shape are You?
What Punctuation Mark are You?
What is your Temperament?
Your Color Personality
Have fun with that.