Thursday, April 10, 2008

Oh Sorry Wrong Number

So I guess pretty recently there was this video going around of this cheerleader getting the ever living hell beat out of her. Apparently she said mean things about other people on her myspace page, and to teach her a lesson, her friends beat the shit out of her. Have a gander:

I put this one up because some nut added some video of Jesus and stuff at the end and it made me chuckle.


So that's what you get when you talk smack on myspace. Anyway, I guess someone left phone numbers on youtube, so angry folks could call the attackers and vent their spleens and such. And so I guess one of the numbers they posted was not exactly correct.

"The couple said they got around 300 angry, abusive calls from all over the country Wednesday."

I've spent the last several minutes wondering exactly how those calls went. I mean, when you get this number on youtube and call it, are you expecting it to be a cellphone? If they're lets say calling one of the girls and a guy answers, do they say "Hi, may please speak with Jenny?" or whatever, or do they just start yelling like lunatics without any sort of verification as to whom they are speaking with. I am I guess more than anything genuinely curious how that sort of furious-and-filled-with-rage type phone call works. As soon as you hear someone pick up do you just go off? Because if people are really that stupid, and I think that might very well be the case, I should start leaving friends phone numbers under violent youtube videos. Remember that guy who hit the baseball into that pitcher's head? What an asshole, am I right? He goes by the name Bohm and his number is [removed].

9 comments:

  1. If they would have let the tape run longer you could have seen me rounding third as the ambulance pulls up.

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  2. http://sports.espn.go.com/minorlbb/news/story?id=2096095

    on a more serious note, he's ok, i mean, considering. eesh.

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  3. yea, i probably should have mentioned somewhere the guy walked off under his own power, is really the only reason i thought it was ok to laugh at it, but yea. crikey

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  4. Those are some ugly girls, too. They look like God beat them. With his Ugly Stick.

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  5. ...and fat stick. i've been searching for that Change of Hearts video for.ever.

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  6. Me, too. That was brilliance. What other funny things were said? I know Dave kept confusing the pronouns "he" and "she" and "him" and "her" in his ramblingly incoherent "episode recap," but that probably never actually made it on-air.

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  7. Oh, snap! Were we still in our "oh, snap" phase? Perhaps, "O! snap!"

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  8. Hoobastank was the best song on The Passion soundtrack, the rest was just kind of chanty and boring.

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