Conspiracy Rocks! —
A little funny story has come to a close and you’re going to benefit.
I’ve mentioned it before; when I was in college, I did the animation and art direction for a parody of Schoolhouse Rock cartoons, called Conspiracy Rock, about the Kennedy Assassination (done to the tune of “A Noun’s a Person, Place or Thing”).
It played on Comedy Central. It played at Sundance. And now you will get to see it for free.
Seriously, the weblog entry I wrote about it tells you more than you could ever want to know about this project. I’m in debt and thankful to the director, Scott Rosann, for making it available. Thanks, Scott.
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As eloquent and detailed as your other blog entry was, you really have to see the clip to realize just how awesome it was/is — and it is awesome! Isn’t it amazing how many “seemingly impossible” things all of us accomplished in our youth before we realized they were “seemingly impossible?”
That was fantastic. Also brought back some great memories of Schoolhouse Rock. Thanks for sharing.
In all the years I’ve known you, I’d never had a chance to see this. Thanks for posting.
I’ve been wanting to get a copy of this for probably fifteen years now! Thanks for getting it out there.