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Talented Jazz Musician Plays a Great Trombone Loop Cover of Pharrell Williams’ Song ‘Happy’

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Talented Los Angeles jazz musician Paul Nowell (a.k.a. “Paul the Trombonist“) has created a great trombone loop cover of the hit song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. Paul was so inspired by the trombone loop cover of “Happy” performed by New York City musician Christopher Bill, that he decided to create his own rendition.

submitted via Laughing Squid Tips

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Super Smash Wars 3: Return of the Hero, An Animated Mashup of ‘Star Wars’ and Nintendo Characters

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Writer, animator, and director James Farr has created “Super Smash Wars 3: Return of the Hero,” his third animated mashup that merges characters from Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi and Nintendo video games. We previously wrote about James’ “Super Smash Wars: A Link To The Hope” and “Super Smash Wars 2: The Empire Smashes Back.”

Here is part two of the threequel:

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The Absurdity of People Ordering Coffee In Los Angeles, California Captured In #OnlyinHelLA Web Series

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The absurdity of people ordering coffee in Los Angeles, California is captured in this season one episode of #OnlyinHelLA, a comedy web series created by comedian Rory Uphold and focuses on the often illogical and petty things that happen everyday in L.A.

Rory is currently raising funds through Kickstarter to be able to create a second season of the series.

HelLA is a web series about life in LA… Episodes range from 30 seconds to 2 minutes long, and each deal with a specific ‘only in LA’ type moment. If a picture’s worth a thousand words, then I might as well just play you our first episode, since it’s only 37 seconds long and that’s quicker than almost anything I could write to describe the series.

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Wikipedia for YOLO

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Finally its the wikipedia for people with narrow attention spans with a sense of sarcasm.

 TL;DR is an internet acronym that stands for “too long, didn’t read.”

This Tumblr blog saves people who are bored with longer scrolls. However, it doesn’t seem to help much with grades though. More like Wikipedia for YOLO.

Source: Tumblr (via)

 

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