Museum of Fart

Speaking of Idiocracy, here's a deleted scene that wasn't in the movie, but is brilliant nonetheless. In Mike Judge's vision of a future where everybody's as dumb as a two-by-four (the nation's top-rated TV program is called "Ow! My Balls!"), Maya Rudolph's character wanders around the city looking for the Museum of Art. She has trouble finding it because the institution has been transformed in the "Museum of Fart"—because that's the only way they can get people to come. Watch:


4 comments:

  1. Dark nights washed by distant rippling trees
    and alien winds covering your eyelids, purifying
    like everything, move on with splendid ease
    leaving us a message: life will never cease
    its sleepy course in vain
    in order to attain
    rebirth, since Death is not and Life is dying.

    The heat around Time's corner waves a scent
    for creedence revival of some virtual vampire
    as deep inside. A force considered spent
    returns from utter non-existence that was meant
    to keep us out of breath -
    Is Life both Life and Death?
    Riddle of the Night! The Day be hot and dire.

    My Poetry Blog

    http://singleswingle.blogspot.com/

    More...

    Typically Swedish Next Door Girls Collection För Your LAPTOP!

    :o)

    My Babe Misogyn Wallpapers:

    http://screenfonds.blogspot.com/

    Feel free to announce your blog on mine.

    - Peter Ingestad, Sweden

    ReplyDelete
  2. I apologize for posting this inquiry on your comment section, but I am interested in working with you to place advertising on your site. We are a secondary tickets broker web site and would be interested in pursuing a number of options. Our most common form of advertising is a small text ad with three to five links embedded. We have a variety of tickets to shows, concerts, and sporting events and would choose the links that are relevant to your site. We are open to a variety of other forms of advertising as well, including a banner ad and hosted articles.

    Please respond if you are interested. I look forward to reading your response.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hi, Brian, yes, I work with advertisers. E-mail me to let me know what you have in mind.

    ReplyDelete