Matrix ping-pong
November 11, 2004 2:25 AM   Subscribe

Matrix ping-pong [Flash]. 2MB better quality wmv here.
posted by kenaman (15 comments total)
That may have been posted here before. No matter though.
posted by ed\26h at 2:31 AM on November 11, 2004

Oh my god that is so cool.

Absolutlely top-notch FPP, even if it has made the rounds (this was my first time seeing it). A Mazing.
posted by Civil_Disobedient at 2:43 AM on November 11, 2004

Metafilter: Last years meme. Today.
posted by seanyboy at 3:01 AM on November 11, 2004

Just put on my headphones and realised there is sound on the first link which I failed to mention. Sorry for any embarrassment that may have been caused.
posted by kenaman at 3:06 AM on November 11, 2004

Can I post tomorrow? Can I?
posted by dmd at 5:12 AM on November 11, 2004

in a sudden turn of events, ping pong warriors emerge nation-wide..
posted by mrplab at 5:22 AM on November 11, 2004

was great, posted previously here though...July 9 2003
posted by kev23f at 5:27 AM on November 11, 2004

Absolutely brilliant!! One of the funniest things I've ever seen.....!
posted by SpaceCadet at 5:49 AM on November 11, 2004

I hadn't seen it and it's making me rethink my misanthropy.
posted by CunningLinguist at 6:24 AM on November 11, 2004

My third FPP and its my first double.
How bad?
posted by kenaman at 6:56 AM on November 11, 2004

Michael Jackson bad.

So you're in good shape.

(that is, Michael Jackson "Bad" era bad, not Michael Jackson lately bad-man bad)
posted by cortex at 7:34 AM on November 11, 2004

Chamone! Da! Chamone!
posted by kenaman at 7:54 AM on November 11, 2004

Great effort. I almost wish they'd done it in a completely black presentation hall so the suspension of disbelief could be stronger. But even as is, it was some laugh-out-loud funny stuff - and I second CunningLinguist.
posted by soyjoy at 9:06 AM on November 11, 2004

I think a rule of thumb should be: "When your FPP links to Ebaum's World, you know you're in trouble."
posted by neckro23 at 9:31 AM on November 11, 2004

This is part of a fairly popular TV amateur variety type show here in Japan. My wife and I watch it when we can, and I am always astounded by the levels of creativity shown.
The last time I watched they had a pretty funny Terminator spoof as well, that played off the drum-beat of the theme music, and the Japanese tendency to assign everything sound-effect words.
posted by bashos_frog at 9:28 PM on November 11, 2004

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