|Playout date:||7 October 2006|
|Other people featured:||My wife|
|Music used:||A little “Lano Moje” in the intro|
|Languages used:||English, German|
Oktoberfest is, for Germans, one of the most important dates in the Christian calendar, but while drinking copious amounts of alcohol and swaying from side to side, spare a thought for the North Koreans, and their leader King John the second, who needs to give up his weapons testing. Count Sproey von Weytzentrenner has no truck with Communists, and is sure that King John of Korea feels likewise, and sings him “Born Free” in a hamster’s voice, accompanied on the beerstein.
Watching this I can’t help feeling a lot of reminiscence as it was only 5 years ago but still my wife was able to walk freely around the home without crutches. How fine she looks in this video.
- Japan’s World Cup win over North Korea was a fixture with many sub-plots (worldsoccer.com)
- North Korea Launches First Cruise Ship (weirdasianews.com)
- In North Korea, Anxiety About ‘Markets’ (online.wsj.com)
- US sending aid to North Korea (sfgate.com)
- South Korea Will Allow Buddhists to Visit the North (nytimes.com)
Production date: 17 July 2006
Playout date: 17 July 2006
Camera: Logitech Webcam
Post Production: Windows Movie Maker – heavy use
Location: Home at desk
Soundtrack info: Nicole – “Ein Bisschen Frieden”
Languages used: English, German
Animals featured: None
Sproey von Weytzentrenner returns putting the world to rights, slating the advertising going on in YouTube while plugging Lomza beer, expaining why Schroeder belongs in prison and that governments should construct huge batteries to store the power from lightning.
Afterwards, von Weytzentrenner has a treat in store – the German Eurovision winner (the only one until Lena came along in 2010) with “Ein Bisschen Frieden” – but this is the yodelled version!
- How To Watermark Your Videos In Windows Movie Maker (best-tutorial.net)