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Posted: 26 Mar 2009 13:34
by Drunken Idaho
I'm the Hiphopopotamus
My lyrics are bottomless...














(extremely long pause)

Posted: 26 Mar 2009 13:55
by Redstar
GamePlayer wrote:
A Thing of Eternity wrote:Really funny musical standup duo from New Zealand that got their own series. It takes a couple episodes to get into the (rather dry) humour, but once you do... man, fantastic.


Oh, that thing they call television. Is it available on DVD or on the net? If so, I might watch it :)

Youtube is your friend: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pY8jaGs7xJ0

And Conchords Home

Posted: 26 Mar 2009 14:46
by A Thing of Eternity
Drunken Idaho wrote:I'm the Hiphopopotamus
My lyrics are bottomless...














(extremely long pause)


Yeah, well, I'm the Rhymenocerous. :wink:

Solid gold.

Posted: 26 Mar 2009 15:29
by Drunken Idaho
Redstar wrote:
GamePlayer wrote:
A Thing of Eternity wrote:Really funny musical standup duo from New Zealand that got their own series. It takes a couple episodes to get into the (rather dry) humour, but once you do... man, fantastic.


Oh, that thing they call television. Is it available on DVD or on the net? If so, I might watch it :)

Youtube is your friend: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pY8jaGs7xJ0

And Conchords Home



That's my favourite one! I especially enjoy the scene in which they write that song...

Posted: 26 Mar 2009 22:42
by NotAbout
Baraka Bryan wrote:oh shut up already about Kyoto.

it wasn't an environmental policy at all. it was just a socialist wealth distribution plan. its aim was to force the large carbon producers to pay poor African and South American countries for their carbon credits so they could 'legally' produce the same amount they already produced. It didn't create incentives to reduce carbon emissions production at all, just spread the wealth around while maintaining the same levels.

I'm all for humanitarian aid to poor countries, but trying to accomplish it under the feel-good guise of environmentalism is just stupid. I'm glad the US didn't sign on and Harper ignored the bullshit Liberal promises once he got into office.


I don't agree with you there. Carbon credit trading is about putting a cost on to the damage you do, which IS an incentive to do less damage. The only way cleaner practices are going to take hold are by driving business to do so. If cutting down a tree costs 4x more than using recycled materials then why would you do so?

But I have to admit that Kyoto won't solve everything though, I don't think anybody has said that. It goes some of the way to helping. IF everyone got on board it'd be a lot more effective...

I did chuckle at "socialist wealth distribution plan" though.