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A cartoon short Mel Brooks did in 1963 might just be his masterpiece: The Critic



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Get a random cool-but-useless web page.



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Do you have the right time, old man?



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Hey. Did you ever want to watch a Terry Toon? FLEEBUS



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One of the more beautiful and unusual Warner Brothers cartoons, whose art director seems to have no other credits, inspired by a movie I'd never heard of.



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More friggin Estonian mythology!! Estonia's national epic is the Kavelipoeg, which is about an anti-hero who causes more problems than he solves because of his impulsiveness and tendency towards violence. Someone made a wacky, tongue-in-cheek short summarizing the Kavelipoeg as a children's story. The sound design is as excellent as the the short itself is ridiculous. The last minute or so is definitely worth watching.



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My new favourite Wikipedia page is Legends of Tallinn, which is currently a mix of traditional folklore and creepy urban legends.



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A website about how gears work with lots of pretty animations.



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When I was a teenager I had an irrational hatred of covers and so did most other people who were into rock music. At some point in my adult life I realized that covers are a good thing. A good cover compliments, rather than competes with, the original recording. Case in point: the Chromatics' rendition of Running up that Hill.