Thursday, May 05, 2011

FROM THE CHRONICLES OF "RAPPIN'" PART 2

Your lowly Intern-thing is feeling a bit under the weather today, so I've decided to post the courtroom scene from Rappin'. Closing arguments, obviously.

17 comments :

Anonymous said...

shit is DOPE

Chernigov4 said...

HOWARD JOHNSON IS RIGHT

Anonymous said...

as terrible as rap in the 80s was, you have to admit that it's better than it is today.

Phineas86 said...

Two words: Obama's America.

Gone are the days without hordes of vigilante rappers affecting our judicial system.

Anonymous said...

Thankfully, there weren't any pastries or produce just sitting around...that could have ended very differently.

fdfdma said...

Phineas i fucking lold man

J.R. said...

Robert's Rules Of Order added a section on rappin' after this movie was released.

Anonymous said...

I had to laugh at Mario Van Peebles and DeWayne Wayne from A Different World and all those poor white people without any rhythm. and the bizarre, random organ music towards the end. Oh yeah, and the token hooker in the room. Classic.

Derek Evan Barber said...

"DUANE!"

Anonymous said...

What an amazing crapfest. I guess it's some kind of sign that in both RAPPIN excerpts, so far, there have been no edits. This turd is just too pure to cut.

Anonymous said...

WTF....confederate hat on the black guy

Ravenhallow said...

Purely magickal.

Gornshadow Vs. Spockeyes said...

Looks like the set of Jerry Springer.

Richard Whittall said...

I would have evicted those motherfuckers just for not being able to rap in time with the beat, then arrested them for contempt of court.

Bret said...

I guess what makes this insane is that they managed to find that many people to go along with the skit.

Anonymous said...

DUANE TAG FTW!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Not so much of a "slow clap" as it is a "slow rap" at the end there.

Regardless, I was touched and motivated to get more involved in my community's planning and zoning process. I may even use the effective mantra, "I can't stop; I won't stop..."

If the defeated land developer gets shouted down and leaves in a huff, I will be sure to tell everyone.