YouTube War III

Just in time for New Year’s, here comes YouTube War III. For those of you rolling your eyes at the thought of watching still more shitty music videos (you know who you are), let me remind you that Atrios started it, it’s all his fault, and I therefore bear no responsibility for anything I do. I’m very mature like that.

To start off, here’s four minutes of Scott Stapp sitting in a boat, trying desperately to take a dump:

Next up, we have a feisty anti-separation-of-church-and-state country ballad defiantly called “In God We Still Trust”:

Now here’s the evar-craptacularrrrr Ronnie James Dio with his anti-hit “Mystery”:

Next we have Skid Row’s klassick rockrr about why being a criminal is bad:

And while I couldn’t find it on YouTube, I would like to point out that this MC Hammer anti-terrorist dis is one of the greatest videos ever made.

Those are the opening shots. Let’s rock.


Comments: 19


No blood for site traffic!

Sadly, No out of everywhere!


I see, its prog rock he wants.

Bring it, luser

That’s gonna leave a mark


You’re all weak. WEAK, I tell you!


Even the preview button can’t protect us from the horror of an unclosed tag.

Unclosed tags are the true terrorists. Why do you not fight them?


Well, I heard if you leave a tag open, chicks notice you more.


Now that I have successfully defeated the terorists, I now aim to stop the sham war being perpetrated by our ruthless, racist, capitalist oppressors. No war but class war! Free Mumia! ¡Sì, se puede! ¡Vìva Nicaragua!

The virtual protests will continue until there is peace! Until justice is done! Until the perpetrators of these war crimes are brought to justice!

Who’s with me? Who will help to organize this virtural protest against these virtual atrocities?


Duh. We love terrorists, Jillian. Jeez, try to keep up. Go-go gadget collateral damage!


The pro-war, profits before people, bloodily hawkish DINO so-called “liberals” show their true colors at last. You sicken me.

This guy cared enough to come and protest. Why don’t you?


Err, This guy.



Oh, jeezus christe on rye toast, 2 of those are stone favorites. Always been a Dio fan (evil eyes saw me through some, er, interesting times) and skid row? Sebastian Bach’s voice was the peak of eighties metal, just before some record exec accidently took a vacation in seattle. Next you’re gonna tell me you don’t like Babylon a.d. Horrors.

Tequila in his heartbeat, His veins burned gasoline.
It kept his motor running but it never kept him clean.
They say he loved adventure, “Ricky’s the wild one.”
He married trouble and had a courtship with a gun.
Bang Bang Shoot ’em up, The party never ends.
You can’t think of dying when the bottle’s your best friend

Now that speaks to me…



I can possibly forgive R. J. Dio for working with Pat Boone on the classic In a Metal Mood, but can you?


I didn’t know about it. Fortunately, at my age I’ll likely have forgotton by tomorrow. Holy Diver1!



The sad part is that 18 and Life is the only remotely tolerable song from Skid Row. Only of remote value when you’ve really got a horrible itch for hair pop metal.


It’s time to put an end to this foolishness — I’m dropping the big one.


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