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The Sad Strange Heaven of Harold Camping

June 28, 2011 – 2:14 am | One Comment

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Perhaps by his own definition, Harold Camping is the very essence of that which he has devoted his near-century of life waging holy war against.
Harold Camping is a false prophet.
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Mr. Trololo Guy

Submitted by guidestar on June 29, 2011 – 3:11 amNo Comment

Mr. Trololo Guy

The Real Reason Why the Soviet Union Collapsed?

Stephen Colbert helped to make Eduard Khil a viral video phenomenon not long ago.

Colbert presented one of the most amazing and bizarre lip-sync performances of all time. And since his Comedy Central debut, Khil, born in Smolensk, Russia, has come to be known as Mr. Trololo Guy.

Khil didn’t think the actual lyrics this song were all that interesting:

“I’m riding the prairie on my stallion, a mustang as such, and my sweetheart Mary now knits a stocking for me, a thousand miles away from here.”

Probably a good call to go with the tro-lo-lo approach.

Mashups

And just as US singer Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up video became fodder for the clever minds that create YouTube mashup videos, intriguing variations of Mr. Trololo Guy’s spirited 1976 performance are all over the internet.

Here are our favorites…

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