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Give bacon to those who’ve earned it.
Go forth and baconize, my brethren.
Literally, it’s just a video of a guy making an ax in a blacksmith shop in Latvia.
Figuratively, it’s a man answering the calling of his soul.
Watching it made me happy.
Arik, who Moon Nukers will recognize as the guy who does a LOT of the heavy lifting in the lolbama! posts, is trying his hand at writing teh funneh over at Nuking Politics.
I was amused, and I think you will be, too. (Rated “TV14” for bodily excretions)
Although rumor has it that Dennis Miller may have helped write this (purely speculative – Dennis has neither confirmed nor denied), the fact is that Mitt’s delivery is flawless. Comedy without delivery is a painful thing to watch. This video is just a delight.
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I’m going with hadsil, because I didn’t remember that guy saying anything during that scene. All I remember is the knight’s line afterward.
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