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    Still Fighting It by Ben Folds

    “Still Fighting It” is probably my favorite Ben Folds song but I have to admit I like almost everything this guy writes/sings (so no small feat to narrow it down to one). I feel like I’m late to the party, having only recently discovered Ben Folds way of Regina Spektor. She is featured on “You Don’t Know Me  (those are her lips in picture in the music video). Better late then never.

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    By now you have probably seen this Apple ad for the iPod Shuffle. Apple has a pretty good track record for inspired TV commercials.

    You may have seen this spoofed on Whitest Kids U’ Know, a sketch comedy troupe on Fuse TV who are reminiscent of The Kids in the Hall who are reminiscent of Second City who are reminiscent of Monty Python… should I keep going… who are reminiscent of Your Show of Shows

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    All Summer Long by Kid Rock

    Not a raging Kid Rock fan but I have to say that this nostalgic “tryst” reminds me of some of my favorite summers days and favorite summer songs.

    If interested, can watch the “behind the scenes” video by the So Hott Sisters.

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    Crude, silly, and very educational stuff from comedian Danny Grozich of the Gradual Report. You can see more on Danny’s YouTube channel with new videos posted every Monday and Wednesday (and sometimes Friday).

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    Natalie Portman Raps

    When I first saw this on SNL I was rolling. Natalie Portman does gangsta. Awesome! Even though The Lonely Island won a 2007 Emmy award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for their video Dick in a Box with Justin Timberlake, this one just seemed to have an edge less contrived.

    The Lonely Island BTW is the comedy team of Akiva Schaffer, Andy Samberg, and Jorma Taccone and are the creative genius behind a lot of the SNL Digital Shorts.

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