White People Making Rap Videos, An Episode of Ishes, Put Things in Slow Motion to Make Them Awesome
In which we laugh our way through a podcast about the world’s greatest humor website: homestarrunner.com. Why is it still funny? How does “funny” (of all things) manage to endure? What role does humor play in culture? How do things become timeless(ish)?
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White People Making Rap Videos (0:49–6:26)
An Episode of Ishes (6:26–16:43)
Put Things in Slow Motion to Make Them Awesome (16:43–26:26)
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Hyperbole and a Half and watch things on HomeStarRunner.com.
Hyperbole and a Half
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