The .Gif Friday Post No. 627 – Ms. Iron Pants, Beer Bobbles & Diving Miss Ditzy

[Found here, here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 571 – Sproutman, Professional Shoplifting Gang & Hot Recycling

[Found here, here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No.389 – Raccoon Repays, Rabbit Robs & Bear Burgles

I give you give me

Rabbits can be dicks

Dumpster Bear

[Found here, here and here.]

Saturday Matinee – Monkey Business, Blood Sweat & Tears, & Brenda Holloway

Monkey vs. vending machine. [Found here.]

Blood Sweat & Tears had a long string of hits in the 60s and 70s that included this one. “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy” was a cover of a song co-written by Brenda Holloway at Motown Records.

Here’s Brenda Holloway lip-synching “When I’m Gone” on the TV show Shivaree in 1965.

That should do it for this week’s video presentation. Have a great weekend, folks.

We’re SO Screwed.

You can find out how he got it (and what he did with it) at the Daily Mail, or at Archie McPhee’s Endless Geyser of Awesome.

Next thing you know they’re gonna be whittling lifesize human decoys. [Found here.]

The Birds And The Bears

Pure ursine opportunism, and it has everything to do with seeds.

[via email from 1389AD.]

Saturday Matinee – Theft FAIL, Clarence Carter, Small Faces, The Turtles, Sam & Dave

Heh. If you’re going to steal a truck, better know how to operate a clutch. [Found here]

Clarence Carter‘s “Slip Away” was one of the prettiest R&B tunes of the 60s. Here he is in 2010 with an excellent live version.

Small Faces‘ “Hey Girl” from 1966 is fun in a trolley.

The Turtles, featuring Flo & Eddie, with “The Story of Rock and Roll.” About the only redeeming quality of this sappy song (besides the intro) is a nice move at about 01:45.

There should be no introduction needed for these guys. (Watch the dancer on the left… she’s doing a modified boogaloo.)

With that, I’m out. Have a great weekend folks – be back here tomorrow for more fun.

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