Video: Hack your VCR for fun and profit with a screwdriver and marshmallows

While I concede that the splash screen labelled "" might give you a mistaken impression, this video actually attempts to choke you with laughter. [via Neatorama] (Thanks, Marilyn!)
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10 Responses to Video: Hack your VCR for fun and profit with a screwdriver and marshmallows

  1. pork musket says:

    I laughed at the monster. But I’m on my way to drunk… so to everyone not enjoying it, drink something dammit.

  2. feedingfashionistas says:

    This clip makes more sense if you watch some of the “BATTERY HACK!” videos on Youtube. For a while there, there seemed to be someone ready to claim that just about every battery larger than a D-cell was packed with sup3r aw3s0m3 AA batteries- now that’s something Duracell DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT!

    The spoof talking about h4cking a car battery is particularly choice. “Inside, you’ll find 1500 AA batteries!”

  3. dross1260 says:

    Wait. I’m confused. Is the Witer’s strike on again?

  4. webmonkees says:

    Those big tape heads are great for spinners for MAME Tempest;
    just hook up the wires to a USB cord*; MAME is built in!

    *in the spirit of the video. Do Not Attempt.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Unless there are Lolcats inside this one, I’m not watching it again.

  6. graphicsman says:

    there was no government spy cam mounted in this one?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Methinks Sir Joel practicing technique of Sarcasm.

    Anything labeled ‘hilarious’ is usually anything but.

    I was going to mention, another Joel, Joel Siegal, but discovered him dead. Who would have noticed he even passed after years of totally useless blurb whoring had made him nearly invisible beyond the scope of the post modern ironic set who still noticed him because he was such a kiss up to the worst films.

  8. Waterlilygirl says:



    I wasn’t choking with laughter.

  9. dculberson says:

    That was so, so bad. Vaguely entertaining, though.

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