Pertaining to "MORE INFORMATION THAN YOU REQUIRE," a further compendium of COMPLETE WORLD KNOWLEDGE, and its author. That is all.
I CANNOT BELIEVE that I missed it, both in reality, and then on the internet. That is all.
That was so amazing!I'm thinking I should present that as part of my project about religion in media..That's kind of related, right?
Shoot man. I just had this song in my head a few days ago. I had Presidents in my head today. I used that brilant song to help me in a test I took today. I had to answere a question about who was president during the Civil Wars. Just ran the song through my head until the Civil War part.
"Freaking magical", indeed. The ukelele is so hardcore now.
Absolutely loved it!!
Fantastic.Now, can you and JC PLEASE, for the love of bakelite vessels venture into the polar bear infested frozen wastes of Canada (specifically Toronto) the next time you need to sell a book?It would be much appreciated. :)
Yo--Rickey digs your blog. Check out Rickey's sometime:http://ridingwithricky.blogspot.com/
Why is Newsweek trying to start a fight between you and Bill Gates? Did they spell your name wrong on purpose? Will you play along and get something going, a la Rosie and Trump? Aren't you worried Gates will crush you? Wait --- I shouldn't even be posting this lest he find me... he's watching now! Argh! (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16934083/site/newsweek/)
The ukulele does indeed make it but I wouldn’t be opposed to a remix with a banjo.
Hey, that's not Caffè Lena in Saratoga Springs, is it? Looks like it, a bit. (I counted three references to Saratoga in Areas of My Expertise, so surely you know of what I speak, Mr. JKH.)
Loved it!I suddenly feel so grounded and sane.
Awesome plus!And I thought the bass sounded pretty good.
I don't know why, but when I saw the title of this article pop up on my RSS-O-Matic, I was expecting to find Adventure Time!This was also magical, though, so hurrah!
Rock on, Jonathan Coulton!He's amazing.
I hope that everyone had a great groundhog day!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgrR6NsgZMQ&eurl=
That is the finest example of music-making I've seen in quite some time.
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