July 12th, 2006

And now it’s time for a segment I call “Quicklinks!” Quick, quick, quick!

Here is Re: Your Brains plus the horrible screaming of some zombie wrestler from the show ECW (a little tricky to navigate, but the free download is there).

Here is a new video for Chiron Beta Prime from Mike Tam via The Jonathan Coulton Project.

Here is a ytmnd made from I Feel Fantastic.

Here is a 4D Rubik’s Cube. My head hurts.

Here is a video for Re: Your Brains made from various zombie move clips. Now my brains hurt.

Here is Pam Beesley/Jenna Fischer’s MySpace page with Re: Your Brains as the profile song. Good thing I said mean things about the US version of The Office a few posts ago! I am a schmuck. I do think it’s a good show, but as I wrote to Jenna, it’s like remaking Star Wars…

Thanks to everyone who sent stuff in. I hope you’ve enjoyed this edition of Quicklinks! (Note: I am going to be using a lot more exclamatory punctuation from now on!)

13 responses to “Quicklinks!”

  1. Rob says:


    Congratulations! Each and every one of these links was blocked by my corporate firewall. That says very good things about the quality and entertainment value of each of them. I’m sure corporate security is on their way to arrest me as we speak, so let me just say

  2. Matt Mobley says:

    The mixing of the Flickr and Machinima styles on Chiron Beta Prime was interesting. The image repetition on the chorus wasn’t my favorite part, but over all, it was good. I’ll have to check out the other links later.

  3. Spiff says:

    The link for the ytmd (which I still have no idea what that is) doesn’t work. This one does: http://steaktastebetterpill.ytmnd.com/.

  4. Glenn says:

    The Steak Tastes Better Pill YTMND URL was b0rk3n.

  5. JC says:

    No time for checking links! This is Quicklinks!

  6. Len says:

    Wow! That means Jenna/Pam saw the picture I drew of her. Or did she? Am I being duped. I mean, am I being duped?!!

  7. Jeremy Henty says:

    4-D? Pathetic! I see your 4-D and raise you 5D !

  8. Dan Martinez says:

    As a fan of the original “The Office” who thought that even attempting to duplicate Ricky Gervais’s brand of excruciatingly funny, cringe-inducing humor was the height of insanity, I have to say that the American version has won me over rather quickly. I still think the original’s genius, but I like the way that the humor has been translated to American office culture, which is after all not the same.

    Also, given that George Lucas seems locked into an unstoppable spiral down the toilet of mediocrity, is remaking Star Wars really such a terrible idea? I wouldn’t mind seeing what a director who hasn’t placed his balls into a trust fund for the benefit of his adopted children could come up with.

  9. Lars nCompany says:

    Dude, I totally made a YTMND of your Don’t Talk to Strangers cover. It was from a “mis-interpretation of song lyrics” fad thing and was thus titled I’m baggin’ you.

  10. Glenn says:

    Bagged ’em and laid ’em on the green table…

  11. J.D. says:

    Glad to see you stumbled on to my “Zombie” remix… keep up the good work JC, we all enjoy it…

  12. This sentence will contradict itself at the end says:

    Hey! I’m going to sue you for first hurting and then slowly killing my brain with the “Cube.” After it had gotten stronger from the experience, my brain was then eaten by a bunch of zombies. As if that wasn’t enough, some guy came to taunt me about how HE for one felt fantastic.

    Thanks, Jonathan. I loved to see all of this stuff, and I know that I’ll spend the next year working on the 4D Rubik’s cube.

    My best from Massachusetts. May the crowd of crazy fans be with you.