Tuesday, June 12, 2007

LIFE IMITATING ART?
Is it just me or has anyone else noticed how fearlessly stupid the youth has become over the last 10 years? How come everytime some youngster sees a clip of someone in a movie, television show or a music video performing a stunt they immediately want to duplicate it? Obviously, not realizing that the majority of those tricks are done by professionals, and the rest are done with computer generated imagery (CGI). Common sense seems to be a thing of the past, which may be a result of the crack epidemic of the 1980s? Risking life and excessive property damage performing senseless acts makes not sense to me personally. I thought I'd seen it all when folks were pretending to be Hulk Hogan, while jumping off the top of a house with intentions of body slamming their buddy onto a mattress located on the ground below. One even better is when this dumb guy tried to duplicate a stunt from the MTV show Jackass, which envolved igniting a fart with a Bic lighter. Let's just say the stunt ended with the young retard setting his testicles on fire! Okay, let's shift gears over to the hip-hop crowd for a minute. I know by now that most of you have probably heard E-40's hyphy rap track "Tell Me Where To Go," which was a big hit for the Bay Area back in early 2006. In the video for that song E-40 visually shares a little bit of what the "Hyphy" movement is all about with unique dancing and car tricks! Recognize that it's not E-40 doing these things, but other folks who are probably professionals or atleast skilled individuals in these areas. If you haven't already, you need to watch this music video below before you go any further:


E-40 - Tell Me Where To Go

Now, that you've seen the music video lets analyze it a little bit! I'm quite sure you noticed the crazy dancing and stunts in the video, and I think this video is really what sold the song for me. The car tricks in the video were dope, especially the stunt called "Ghost Riding The Whip!" Ghost Riding involves a crazy person getting out of the driver's seat of a moving vehicle to walk along side, behind or even sit on top of it to give the illusion that a ghost is actually driving. That sounds really stupid, huh? It's definitely a cool trick visually when it's done right, but it's very dangerous and even deadly if it's done incorrectly! So, you when add impressionable thrill seekers that have no actual skill with a moving automobile, what do you get? This is what you get dammit:




And This...


And This Too...

Some may view these clips as unfortunate incidents? I on the other hand think these are just clips of stupid people doing stupid things, which can actually be quite entertaining! I like to call it "stupitainment" myself. Did you realize that most of the knuckleheads from these clips probably didn't even have a driver's license, let alone their own car! So, that means these vehicles probably belonged to someone else who had no clue that these fools were doing such things with their cars? Last time I checked damaging somebody's car due to reckless endangerment was the quickest way to getcho azz beat. All you folks out there that think standing on top of a vehicle with no driver while it's moving need to wisen up before you get seriously injured or killed. Also, stop believing all of this fake stuff that you see on the television. It's mostly smoking mirrors and camera tricks youngen. For the parents that catch their kids doing stupid stunts like these with the family automobile, make sure you whip their azzes good! Get a lick in for me too dammit! I was told that a good azz whipping has never hurt anybody, except the person receiving it. Hopefully, this post will change the world by saving a precious life, but since it probably won't I'll just keep laughing at these fools that constantly post these stupid video clips on Youtube.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dumb asses!! ha ha

travis said...

just think of it as the law of evolution, we have to weed out the stupid ones.