"...one of the most brilliant pieces of musical parody ever to hit the Internet."
“As you took it ‘frame by frame,’ I couldn't believe I was listening to a robot voice, flowing about thermodynamics... and sounding *nice*!”
“...Raunchy, hilarious, and amazingly well executed.”
The LA Times
“...the almost offensive MP3 cuts shouldn’t be missed. Grade: A”
A New MC Hawking Song Just In Time For the Holidays
Sunday, December 20, 2009
This update goes out to Dustin who said in the comments:
Every time i come to this site and see an update i get excited then become disappointed because it is never about the music.
So there you go. New Song. Now stop your bitchin'.
Hope you guys like it. I'm working on another new one called 'That's How I Roll', it should be ready soon.
To get the MP3 of MC Hawking Holiday go to the MP3 page. If any of you guys crank this track at a holiday party this year take a video and send it to me. I would love to see people jamming to the Hawkman.
The stupidest thing the anti health care reformers have said yet.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
The following quote is from the Investors Business Daily, a site that bills itself as "leading commentator on the key issues of our time," and claims that their editorials are "rigorously researched."
I assure you the quote below is not taken out of context. I encourage you to read the whole editorial for yourself here.
Here's the quote:
"People such as scientist Stephen Hawking wouldn't have a chance in the U.K., where the National Health Service would say the life of this brilliant man, because of his physical handicaps, is essentially worthless."
Apparently, in the course of their rigorous research no one uncovered the well known fact that Prof. Hawking was born, and has lived his entire life, in the U.K.
LONDON (AP) — Cambridge University says the family of physicist Stephen Hawking expects him to recover fully from a chest infection that has left him hospitalized.
The university issued a statement Tuesday saying that Hawking 'was being kept in observation' at Addenbrooke's hospital,
The statement says Hawking's family was 'looking forward to a full recovery.'
Hawking, 67, gained renown for his work on black holes and has remained active despite being diagnosed at age 21 with ALS, (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), an incurable degenerative disorder also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Hawking has been almost entirely paralyzed for years and communicates through an electronic voice synthesizer activated by his fingers.