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I have been loving original British version of The Office with Ricky Gervais.
Its been on Cartoon Network Friday nights at midnight.
What makes this so surprising is that it s actually a good song, out of place in the absurdist comedy:
This is the full uncut version of the classic ‘Freelove Freeway’ that David Brent (Ricky Gervais) sung during Series 1 Episode 4
Here is the original studio version:
Lyrics and alternative video versions after the jump . . .
Shocking: 10/7/2009 WSJ’s Personal Technology columnist Walt Mossberg reviews Windows 7, the successor to one of the least successful versions of Microsoft’s operating system, Windows Vista.
This looks like a pretty cool “green” design idea: “This is a floating waterwheel that can generate electricity when suspended over a river or other flowing water regardless of the depth and speed of flow. The unique chevron shaped paddle treads give the barrel the ability to rotate about its horizontal axis in fast flowing…Read More
Death Cab for Cutie Postal Service meets Ryan Adams: > Owl City Music Or: Owl City MySpace Read the Owl City story here: Owl City’s success jumps from web to stage, sales > Bob Lefsetz: I needed to take a shower. Some things are immutable. You’ve got to show up for appointments on time. But…Read More
In the past decade, extraordinary space missions have discovered new features of the Sun, the planets and their moons. The Cassini spacecraft, which is now orbiting Saturn, looked back toward the eclipsed Sun and saw a view unlike any other. The rings of Saturn light up so much that new rings were discovered. Saturnian moons…Read More
Now this is a badass looking 4 door saloon: > check out the split rear window, circa ’63 vette Interior: Check out the tail: 8 Pipes! The 4 door gives it an odd profile: Especially when compared to the Veyron: photos via Classic Driver > Video > video hat tip: via World Car Fans
When I was a kid, my father challenged me to read the NYT as an exercise. My response: Bor-ing! Years later, he extended the challenge to William Safire’s Sunday NYT Magazine columns, On Language. Good scribes learn early on that half of writing is extensive reading: I credit Safire with expanding my vocabulary, and teaching…Read More