Mirth and Laughter


Monday, March 26, 2007

Cubicle Wars

A few years ago, two local Gonzaga University grads, Joe Bereta and Luke Barats, created fun webs videos such as the one below called Cubicle Wars. (Honey first told me about them when they made a mother's day video). Their different acts have become so popular, they're now making a pilot for NBC called "This is Cul-de-Sac." Go Spokane boys!!! What do you think about the YouTube craze?


  • At 1:52 PM, Blogger Lucy said…

    Too, too funny.

    Some day, will you show me how to post those things in blogs? Pretty please? :~)

  • At 1:55 PM, Blogger Lucy said…

    Oh, and to answer your question, the only thing I really know about YouTube is that people post them on their blogs and I watch them. I know you can go find them somewhere or post them (I think) somewhere but I don't know where or how and don't necessarily want to know. But that doesn't mean I don't get a kick out of them when I see them. (Did that answer your question?)

  • At 6:06 PM, Blogger Ellen said…

    Well, the one thing YouTube's done is something I wouldn't have thought of before - my son watches videos of musicians playing various instruments over and over, then he tries to imitate them. I actually think it's helped him, if not inspired him.

    To post these on your blog, click on the YouTube logo in the bottom right-hand corner of the video (or go to YouTube.com), then on the YouTube screen that comes up, I copy the "Embed" code for that video into the "Edit Html" section when creating a blogger post. Good luck if you try one. :)

  • At 3:49 AM, Blogger Lucy said…

    Thanks for the direction Ellen. I may try it one day. :~)


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