Chad Vader

By Shamus
on Feb 26, 2007
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Movies

I remember a time, before YouTube, when writing a blog required actual writing. Now I can just repost stuff other people have put up on YouTube.

It’s a real time-saver.

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  1. Polk says:

    I loved this video when I first saw it, and I’m glad it’s been re-brought to my attention :)

  2. Farvana says:

    I rather preferred George Lucas in Love.

    Google it!

  3. Rustybadger says:

    YouTube has totally saved my ass as well; now I can do a post pretty much every day without having to think!

  4. Rustybadger says:

    YouTube has totally saved my ass as well; now I can do a post pretty much every day without having to think!

    *Shamus – please delete this line and my previous post – I had an html error in it! Thanks!

  5. Bogan the Mighty says:

    Ah thanks for reminding me about this. forgot about it a bit ago and got to catch up on the next two episodes. Some entertaining stuff it is.

  6. Teague says:

    Unfortunately, the IT at my company just added Youtube to the websita non grata list of their “big brother” software, so we can’t get to it or see anything from it at work anymore. This won’t really help production, though, as they hope. It will actually have the negative effect of reducing team cohesion, as we will all be blowing time on different sites, instead of all being united on Youtube. ;)

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