Friday, 25 September 2009
Here is a video that I helped edit for UCBcomedy.com:
What do you think of political parody spoofs like this one? Do they make a difference? Is the only result that people who already agree with this viewpoint will like it and people who disagree with this viewpoint will find it unfair? But could that be said of any political discourse? How do you change someone's mind? Will political satire ever change the mind of people who are undecided in their beliefs? Or is it naive to think that there are people who are undecided when in fact most people's most fundamental beliefs are concretely and irrevocably formed very very early on in their childhood? How do you change someone's mind? Is this a patronizing question to ask? Should I ask instead how could someone change my mind?
Thanks for watching,
Friday, 18 September 2009
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
Made this video over the weekend. I need to learn that if I'm going to make a parody of something, I should do it when that something is still relevant.
Oh well. If you've got an idea, you've got an idea, gnome saying?
Saturday, 5 September 2009
Good news, friends.
Well, for a while there it looked like I was a washed up failure, but things have turned around for ol' Nate: I won Facebook.
Sadly, when you win Facebook, the only thing you get is the inability to add more Facebook friends. Ironic, since having won Facebook this is probably the prime time when Facebook users would want to add me as a Facebook friend, me being the winner of Facebook and all.
So it goes.