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24 AUGUST 2017

Everything Is Terrible: a celebration of 80s retro cheesiness

"Everything Is Terrible! is the internet sensation video collective responsible for some of this millennium's most intriguing and mind melting videos. From Yogi Ogi Dogi, the creepy yoga farmer, to Cat Massage to Pubic Hair Dying to the Yellow Dino who hunts pedophiles; for 7 years EIT! has mined the absurd VHS universe for the best/worst bits. Every video is original and fantastic media art that creates a window into America's hidden past and future!"

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80s televisionabsurdAmerican popular cultureaural treasurebad tastecheesyclipscollection of video clipscultural history • dredge up • earnestness • Everything Is Terrible • exercise videos • hidden past • infomercials • kitschmelangemovie clipnaivety • over-earnestness • popular culture • postmodern masterwork • PSAretroretro cheesiness • terrible footage • VHSvideo archivevideo collection • video collective • web video • workout videos

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Simon Perkins
16 SEPTEMBER 2008

Picking Up Girls Made Easy

"Narrated by the author, Eric Weber, this album was released in the mid–70's. Pure cheese and amazing that these pick–ups could actually work (well maybe on girls who are not playing with a full deck of cards). What's even more amazing is that this is still in print (no longer on LP, but on cassette!)."

(Otis Fodder, The 365 Days Project)

From the liner: PICKING UP GIRLS MADE EASY will teach you a whole new system for picking up girls –– a system that is so complete and so absolutely foolproof you'll soon be picking up girls automaticallly!!! Absolutely everything is spelled out for you... Picking up girls can be as easy as opening a beer! And the more you listen to the album, the better you'll get. It's INCREDIBLE!"

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1975aural treasuredating • Eric Weber • how to pick up girls • naivenewspaper ad • pick-up • Picking Up Girls Made Easy • popular cultureretro cheesinesssexsex sells • The 365 Days Project

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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