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Postby Alja-Markir » 05 Nov 2007, 06:34

Someone already said it, but I will reiterate it, Flea.

If the Iron Stomache Challenge ends up more popular than LRR, then it will be sad day for humanity.

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Postby The Pious Flea » 05 Nov 2007, 06:47

Alja-Markir wrote:If the past ten thousand years, then humanity bites


I feel this alteration better expresses the horror of our situation.
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Postby Oxford » 05 Nov 2007, 06:49

I must say, I did like the crappy overdubbing in the last one. Reminded me of Speed Racer. Or at least the Speed Racer characters in Family Guy.

"We have no relevance to this scene HA HA!"

"Let us depart immediately HA HA!"
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Postby Graham » 05 Nov 2007, 14:31

dark_realm wrote:graham you should get a cheap boom for the camera, only cost around $400 here!! really good quality too!

That's a jib, actually.
It's also Morgan's dad's next unrequested project he wants to make for us.
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Postby Alja-Markir » 05 Nov 2007, 14:47

I be likin' the cut of yer jib...

Arr...

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Postby emma » 05 Nov 2007, 15:32

(you just told Graham he was hot)
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Postby dark_realm » 05 Nov 2007, 15:57

Graham wrote:
dark_realm wrote:graham you should get a cheap boom for the camera, only cost around $400 here!! really good quality too!

That's a jib, actually.
It's also Morgan's dad's next unrequested project he wants to make for us.


jib then.. mah bad.. looking forward to it!
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Postby Alja-Markir » 05 Nov 2007, 19:06

emma wrote:(you just told Graham he was hot)


Hey Emma! Know what time it is? IT'S CAPSLOCK LEARN SOMETHING NEW TIME!

DID YOU KNOW THAT "I LIKE THE CUT OF YOUR JIB" IS A MULTI-INTERPRETATION PHRASE? IT'S TRUE! ORIGINALLY A NAUTICAL TERM, IT APPLIED TO THE CONDITION OF A SHIP'S JIB, AND BY EXTENSION THE OVERALL SUPERIOR AND ORDERLY STATE OF THE SHIP ITSELF. IT WAS, IN A SENSE, COMPARABLE TO COMPLIMENTING SOMEONE FOR BEING "SHIP SHAPE".

IN TIME IT WAS USED TO REFER TO NON-NAUTICAL THINGS IN A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT, BUT STILL HIGHLY APPROVING, WAY. TO LIKE THE CUT OF A MAN'S JIB MAY INDEED MEAN YOU FIND HIS LOOKS APPEALING, AS THE PHRASE MAY CERTAINLY BE USED AS SUCH A EUPHEMISM. HOWEVER, SUCH USAGE IS NOT THE SOLE MEANING OF THE PHRASE. SIMPLE APPROVAL OF OVERALL STYLE, OR OF A JOB WELL DONE, ARE BOTH EQUALLY SUITABLE INTERPRETATIONS.

NOW THAT WE'VE COVERED THE BASICS, TRY TO FIND AS MANY INTERPRETATIONS FOR THESE OTHER MULTI-INTERPRETATION PHRASES AS YOU CAN!

  • I RATHER ENJOYED THE SAUSAGE FESTIVAL
  • SHE HAS A FINE CHAIR
  • IN THE MORNING, THE COCK IS QUITE ACTIVE
  • THOSE WERE SOME AMAZING BROWNIES
  • THE WALRUS IS MASSAGING A PORPOISE WITH CHEESE
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Postby tak197 » 05 Nov 2007, 19:07

Do you think CBS, Jerry Bruckheimer, and the cast of CSI, including George Eads/Nick, would enjoy watching this video? I say remove the end bit about Iron Stomach Challenge, and submit it to fansites and such. Hopefully they will enjoy this parody, since the majority is made up.

Also, I think William Peterson will probably shit himself when he sees Graham's imitation of the Grissom Saunter.

Just be sure to copyright the idea or something, cuz we all know that this could easily become the next progression in the CSI canon.
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Postby emma » 05 Nov 2007, 20:14

Alja-Markir wrote:
emma wrote:(you just told Graham he was hot)


Hey Emma! Know what time it is? IT'S CAPSLOCK LEARN SOMETHING NEW TIME!

DID YOU KNOW THAT "I LIKE THE CUT OF YOUR JIB" IS A MULTI-INTERPRETATION PHRASE? IT'S TRUE! ORIGINALLY A NAUTICAL TERM, IT APPLIED TO THE CONDITION OF A SHIP'S JIB, AND BY EXTENSION THE OVERALL SUPERIOR AND ORDERLY STATE OF THE SHIP ITSELF. IT WAS, IN A SENSE, COMPARABLE TO COMPLIMENTING SOMEONE FOR BEING "SHIP SHAPE".

IN TIME IT WAS USED TO REFER TO NON-NAUTICAL THINGS IN A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT, BUT STILL HIGHLY APPROVING, WAY. TO LIKE THE CUT OF A MAN'S JIB MAY INDEED MEAN YOU FIND HIS LOOKS APPEALING, AS THE PHRASE MAY CERTAINLY BE USED AS SUCH A EUPHEMISM. HOWEVER, SUCH USAGE IS NOT THE SOLE MEANING OF THE PHRASE. SIMPLE APPROVAL OF OVERALL STYLE, OR OF A JOB WELL DONE, ARE BOTH EQUALLY SUITABLE INTERPRETATIONS.


ACTUALLY ALJA, I DID KNOW THAT

I ALSO KNOW THAT YOU ARE A DICK! ISN'T THAT AMAZING?

THE THINGS THAT YOU LEARN DURING CAPSLOCK!
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Postby NecroVale » 05 Nov 2007, 21:35

emma wrote:(you just told Graham he was hot)


Are you saying he's not?
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Postby Lavos » 05 Nov 2007, 22:36

emma wrote:
Alja-Markir wrote:
emma wrote:(you just told Graham he was hot)


Hey Emma! Know what time it is? IT'S CAPSLOCK LEARN SOMETHING NEW TIME!

DID YOU KNOW THAT "I LIKE THE CUT OF YOUR JIB" IS A MULTI-INTERPRETATION PHRASE? IT'S TRUE! ORIGINALLY A NAUTICAL TERM, IT APPLIED TO THE CONDITION OF A SHIP'S JIB, AND BY EXTENSION THE OVERALL SUPERIOR AND ORDERLY STATE OF THE SHIP ITSELF. IT WAS, IN A SENSE, COMPARABLE TO COMPLIMENTING SOMEONE FOR BEING "SHIP SHAPE".

IN TIME IT WAS USED TO REFER TO NON-NAUTICAL THINGS IN A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT, BUT STILL HIGHLY APPROVING, WAY. TO LIKE THE CUT OF A MAN'S JIB MAY INDEED MEAN YOU FIND HIS LOOKS APPEALING, AS THE PHRASE MAY CERTAINLY BE USED AS SUCH A EUPHEMISM. HOWEVER, SUCH USAGE IS NOT THE SOLE MEANING OF THE PHRASE. SIMPLE APPROVAL OF OVERALL STYLE, OR OF A JOB WELL DONE, ARE BOTH EQUALLY SUITABLE INTERPRETATIONS.


ACTUALLY ALJA, I DID KNOW THAT

I ALSO KNOW THAT YOU ARE A DICK! ISN'T THAT AMAZING?

THE THINGS THAT YOU LEARN DURING CAPSLOCK!
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Postby Lucalbizz » 06 Nov 2007, 02:07

Fantastic, incredible!

I want that "new application" (now I know its name, it is never revealed in the original serie)

I definitely want that opening song!!!
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Postby Banana Man » 06 Nov 2007, 14:45

Lucalbizz wrote:I definitely want that opening song!!!


I as well. I inquired earlier as to the origins of the aforementioned song yet was sorely unfulfilled in my search.
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Postby The Pious Flea » 06 Nov 2007, 15:39

If Graham sang the title theme, then there was way too much flange.

If Jer sang it, it was just fine.

Either way, it was appropriately horrible. Kudos!
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Postby tak197 » 06 Nov 2007, 18:30

Just so you know, I posted a link to the video on the official CSI message board, so if there is a spike in views, that may be why.

Also, if Wikipedia is still being a pain in the ass, you could always just use Wetpaint. I tried to find a place to put the video on the CSI Wiki, but I didn't get it to work out. But hey, you have another option now.

And I agree, Graham's jib is cut very sexy. (Okay, I know that sounds dirty, but I mean it in the pirate sense. Also that G-star is hot...)
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Postby NecroVale » 06 Nov 2007, 21:49

tak197 wrote:And I agree, Graham's jib is cut very sexy. (Okay, I know that sounds dirty, but I mean it in the pirate sense. Also that G-star is hot...)


QFT

Also, after listening to it again, I can tell that Graham is the one singing, and he probably just forgot and left the Jer Filter on before he started recording his voice.
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Postby Graham » 06 Nov 2007, 22:31

I was me, yes. It's a different, and it was intentional. Just sayin...
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Postby Ishamel » 07 Nov 2007, 01:08

Annoyingly, I can only show this to those of my friends who have ever watched CSI. This is surprisingly few people.

The song at the beginning rocked! 'seriouslyyyyy...' many many lolz. Better than the Who any day.

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Postby The Pious Flea » 07 Nov 2007, 04:50

Graham wrote:I was me, yes.


Are you sure? Would you recognize you if you saw you again? Could you pick you out of a lineup? I don't think so - you could have been anyone.
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Postby Oxford » 07 Nov 2007, 14:25

I tried out "Won't Get Fooled Again" instead of "Who Are You", and it definitely sounds better, but had the crew used it, Graham's shuffling walk and the brief moments of discussion between the characters would have been for naught. Also, he wouldn't have pulled Kathleen. David Caruso isn't a pulling kind of guy... I think.

BTW, Graham you really pulled it off. The shuffling thing was realistic. If your REALLY want to look like him, grow another beard and gain 50 pounds.
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Postby The Pious Flea » 09 Nov 2007, 06:26

Someone submitted *another* version of this video to digg.
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Postby cinemafreak » 02 Dec 2007, 13:23

I'd love to see more CSI: CSI eps. great stuff.
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Postby JesterJ. » 02 Dec 2007, 14:09

cinemafreak wrote:I'd love to see more CSI: CSI eps. great stuff.


As much as everyone would love to see more CSI:CSI, I think a lot of the humor was based on the actual premise of the short. Making another episode of it might sort of dilute it and be milking it a little bit too much. Although, I bet if the creative writers at LRR really sat down and worked on it, they could make another CSI and make it just as hilarious...

/meh
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