Disclaimer: Some content is inappropriate for readers under 18 years of age or those offended by swear words, references to sexuality, atheism, and libertarianism.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Couldn't remember if I had posted this before or not. A neat little stop motion short film by Mark Osborne with music by New Order. Pretty straight forward plot but still haunting. No grown up ever wants to lose that spark.


humble simpleton said...

Nice, but once again:
"This video is not available in your country or domain."
Fortunately, I bookmarked the proxy I used last time, so it just took few more clicks to see, but still, WTF? Pretty embarrassing for youtube dudes, are we in China or what? Well, in China they at least censor information that could be harmful for the regime, but why would anybody hide this? I just don't get it.

TeacherLady said...

Sorry Humble! Hey I grew up in a country that banned all things deemed pornographic or pro-Israeli, so I had my own share of limited exposure. In more ways than one, woohoo! Which is why I make up for it now, researching Jewish comedians and scoring loads of porn. It's compensation for a deprived adolescence. Well, that's my excuse anyway.

humble simpleton said...

I'm in no way blaming you, of course. You just embedded a video to your blog, without any knowledge about it. Youtube is the filtering one, maybe the uploading person can choose that limitation, I don't know. Nevertheless, the video is there more than once, so anybody facing the same problem can just search youtube for "mark osborne more". I'm only bitching about it, because this "limitation" is in fact nothing more than an annoyance.