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MMM… Computers!

7 Apr

It’s Monday!

And you know what that means. It’s time for Mirth and Music Monday.

For your entertainment (and for a couple giggles on the hardest day of the week) I have scoured YouTube looking for something that would tickle your funny bone.

Here it is:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5sBq1a2x4k

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Also, to sooth the savage beast (stress) I have combed through countless songs and musicals to find this :

House of the Rising Sun done completely with electronics.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w68qZ8JvBds

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If you liked this post, or if you hated it but are willing to give the concept another try, head on over to ReGi McClain’s blog. She’s the creator of this Monday fun, and has another post waiting for you.

You’re also welcome to join in the fun and post your own Mirth and Music Monday post.

One of these years it would be kinda cool to see our hashtag up on the trending list on Twitter:  #MirthMusicMon

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One of these days.  You’ll see.  Bwahahaha!

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Alright. That’s enough out of me. Getting a little power crazed in my lack of sleep.  😉

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Have a Great Monday!

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5 Responses to “MMM… Computers!”

  1. Random Repeat April 7, 2014 at 3:39 am #

    Reblogged this on Random Repeat and commented:
    The first video is Hilarious!
    The second video is electronic music… “real electronic music”

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  2. ReGi McClain April 7, 2014 at 10:41 am #

    Maybe we should spam Twitter with our hashtag. 😛 That Abbott and Costello spin off was very clever. Whoever wrote it did a really great job. 🙂

    That was some old equipment. My daughter looked at the printer and asked if it could still print. 😛 It probably could, if you could find any computer old enough to hook it up to. I think they used to make computer stuff more durable, only technology outran the machines. 🙂

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    • rosedandrea April 7, 2014 at 12:51 pm #

      lol Lonnie and I are using computers that are almost 10 years ‘out of date’. And I have to admit that my favorite OS was 2000.

      Sometimes old school is the best school.

      Bahaha! And we won’t even talk about my (very happy) marriage to a baby boomer. 😉

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