Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Hollywood Nazi Dreamers

Tony Willow does wonders with her research and tenacious following of the people we focus on. On top of all of that, she has a wonderful sense of humor which is evident in her new creation entitled "Hollywood Nazi Dreamers." You will need Windows Media Player for this - and a chair - because you will be laughing so hard you won't be able to stand.

TO THE VIDEO

8 comments:

  1. Who is the greasy looking Hispanic fellow with the Swastika tattooed on his forehead?

    ReplyDelete
  2. That would be "Leader R. James" of the "Nation of the Aryan Union" www.aryanunion.org.

    Horrible Hal use to have a banner add for him on the Horrible Hal site.

    ReplyDelete
  3. BWAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!

    Picasso sends his regards. Although he thinks you should have included the one with Luke, too.

    He's about to work on that "Underdog" motiff. Tune into NIMBusters for further updates.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Oh yeah, you also need to link to "Anti-Racist Losers." Because, you know, I rock. :)

    ReplyDelete
  5. that video is rather childish. i guess thats the best you jewlickers could do?

    ReplyDelete
  6. that video is rather childish. i guess thats the best you jewlickers could do?
    ====

    It was more like a Power Point slide show with annoying music.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I didn't really need the chair but it was a bit funny. I enjoyed it but then I enjoy black strippers so what do I know?

    ReplyDelete
  8. I didn't really need the chair but it was a bit funny. I enjoyed it but then I enjoy black strippers so what do I know?
    ===

    What is funny is your blog (not intended to be insulting). I personally enjoy your Photoshop work but the ‘I wanna be a Goy Boy’ is hilarious.

    You are annoying, Mr. Coleman, but at least you are funny.

    ReplyDelete

All comments must remain civil. No threats, racist epithets, or personal attacks will be tolerated. Rational debate, discourse, and even disagreement are all acceptable as long as they remain on point and within the realm of civility.