Aug 192012

Popular and very quirky  channel is back with another famous music number covered using old computer floppy drives

Some music just fits the crude, stiff sounding noises a floppy makes, and the Ghostbusters theme song is one of those. That 80’s rock beat just melds so well with the computer parts from the same time era. 


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Aug 162012

 had an awesome bar mitzvah on his 13th birthday in 1992. He read from the Torah and became a bar mitzvah. After all the mazel tovs and congratulations, Shaun kicked off the party with a dance. 

And not just any dance. A smooth moved dance to Vogue. Madanna. Bar mitzvah. Madonna bar mitzvah? 

Shaun’s awesome dance video from the past just went viral now in 2012, and is featured on TowelRoad, Mashable, PerezHilton, msnNow


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Aug 152012

This video was made in 1995 by the 5th grade students at Ray Bjork school in Helena Montana, and a copy was uploaded to YouTube in 2009. But only now has it gone viral.

Appropriately, the student-made PSA is about the Interent, and how it’s going to change how we work, study, and have fun. They even touch on all the feline obsessing. 

Much like the AT&T commercials from the same era, the PSA accurately predicted the Internet. Back then we knew what was ahead, just the RAM, CPU’s, and bandwidth weren’t there yet. 

The video is featured on DogAndPonyShow, LaughingSquidDailyWhat, and TheAtlantic


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Jul 302012

This Commodore 64 parody video was published over a month ago by gamer and 80’s obsessed  channel, but it has only just gone viral over the past weekend.

If kids these days even saw the original Grand Theft Auto, they would scoff at the relatively archaic graphics and sound. But that’s nothing compared to this spot on spoof of what GTA: Vice City would look like if it was released in the 80’s when the Commodore 64 golden era was taking place. 

The video is featured on RockStarGamesKotaku, and TheAwesomer.


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Jun 132012

Back in the 80’s, only a lucky few families had their own camcorders. And usually, dad wouldn’t allow anyone near the expensive device with a ten foot pole.

Weird Paul was one of the lucky few to get to play with their family camcorder, and loved to make amazingly very YouTube-style videos. He even did what has even been spoofed on the show Community, a food review.

In 1984, wearing glorious glasses, young Paul reviewed his yummy Sunday morning McDonald’s breakfast that has now gone viral 28 years later in a whole new format. Amazing. The video is featured on Neatorama and Gizmodo


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