"One of the slickest -- and funniest -- entries is a parody of the Fox Network's terrorism thriller '24.' Clips from this season's jarring weapon-of-mass-destruction storyline were digitally edited to replace suitcase nukes with the Mooninite LED signs that prompted Boston's day of not-quite-terror.There's NO LINK TO this YouTube Video!
The video, created by the National Lampoon, climaxes with action hero Jack Bauer (played by Kiefer Sutherland) torturing cartoon characters in an unsuccessful effort to avert nuclear catastrophe."
There are links to two other videos mentioned in the article. Why not this one? No link to the Zebro video either.
How many times do I have to blog about it, write to the editor, write to the article author, to get the Boston Globe to link to websites when they are the main topic of the story?
THE MAIN TOPIC!
Here's a link to the video on YouTube for those who are interested in seeing it, 24: Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
And here it is embedded on the page.
Right here on the blog.
They've been able to do that for a while now.
Here's the Zebro video too:
YouTube - Zebro on Boston's Aqua Teen Bomb Scare.
I wrote them an email, let's see if I get a response. If they end up leaving a comment on this blog, I'll fall of my chair. And post a video of me doing it.