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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

You don't have a Chinaman's Chance with Ub Iwerks' FLIP THE FROG (1934?)

Iwerks was considered by many to be Walt Disney's oldest friend, and spent most of his career with Disney and that explains a lot.
Just look at the guy--he was already being portrayed by Johnny Depp in 1923!
A publicity photograph (circa 1929) of Ub Iwerks and his most famous co-creation, Mickey Mouse.


FLIP THE FROG: CHINAMAN'S CHANCE (1934?)
Hopefully nobody that actually looks anything like these characters will be offended.

Monday, July 5, 2010

El Topo AKA Steve Mayeda pickup artist/loser from TX (2010) and Bury the Axis (1943)

Ever wish you had seen the stork deliver Hitler?
Bury The Axis
Theatrical Cartoon
Cartoon Characters: Hitler, Mussolini, Hirohito.
Directed By Lou Bunin.
Animated By Lou Bunin, Arthur Turkisher.
Originally Released in 1943 (Estimate).
Originally Released Theatrically.
Running Time: 6 minutes.


Ever just wish someone would ignominiously combust? Check out this dick: El Topo AKA Steve Mayeda is a pickup artist from Texas. He presents live at Pickup Artist Events in New York City, where he discusses the basics are starting a conversation with a women, getting attraction, and the theories behind his "Red Stack."
If this tool is not the biggest lier in Texas I feel really bad for the women he has picked up.

Filmed live at Pickup Artist Events in New York City on February 2nd, 2010