We had no problem tping trees where I grew up in Ohio; there were low lying limbs and places to climb, perch, and throw. Palm trees on the other hand are a bit of a challenge – you don’t see too many of them covered in toilet paper, and for a good reason.
I’ll most likely bring a compound bow next time I attempt this feat; that’ll get the roll up there, but maybe too high?
I had a request to post straight links to the videos I’ve posted – no java script stuff.
Here are a select few; click on the link to view and just press the back key to return to the homepage when finished. Enjoy, copy em’ and trade em’ around, send them as early Thanksgiving greetings, birthday gifts, etc. :
Cemetery Golf Seminar for Two Real Estate Agents
Attempting to TP a Palm Tree: Part 1
BOX: Trying to Find Love at an Office Party
Hak the Wizard
Dangerous Creatures: The Claw
Office Basketball: Season One
All Day Dance Party Competition
All Day Dance Party Competition: Follow-up Interviews
A Short Film About Nothing: Containing No Value or Meaning Whatsoever
Grocery Store Rhymes
If you have a fear of death, don’t fear, freeze frame is here. This is a new service I am offering, where I can come and stage a crazy death for you, video tape it, and almost go all the way through with it, but then freeze frame right before your final moment.
When you are feeling down and out, all you gotta do is pop in the dvd and think, “I’ve cheated death, there is so much to live for!!!”
Thelma and Louise did it, you can too! Look at them, forever frozen driving off a cliff.
This project was inspired by a lecture Tom Anderson gave at CalArts.
I’ve gone completely hi-tek – I’m now officially part of the 21st century – I have my own podcast!
It’s easy to subscribe to, and once you do, you’ll automatically get my new videos downloaded to your iTunes. Then you can do whatever you want with em. Compile them all and send them to your friend in Idaho Falls – that’s probably a real popular choice.
Here’s how you subscribe:
1) Open iTunes
2) Go to “advanced” in the top menu bar
3) Choose “subscribe to podcast”
4) A box will appear that says “url” – paste ” http://feeds.feedburner.com/MarcHorowitz ” into it (without the quotations).
5) that’s it, you’re on way to becoming an active member of the 21st century
6) pat yourself on the back
PC folks, I’m not real sure how to help you. If any of you know, please post. Sorry bout’ that; as a semi-formal apology, here is a quick video some dolphins I took a while back.
Feel better? Yes?
A huge thanks to John Flournoy for making this podcast thing possible!
I’m in a show in NYC tonight… check it out if you’re there… sorry bout the late notice… below is the invite… got a couple videos in it.
BE NICE 11.17.05
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