Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Another B-Town Boyz Classic

88!!!!
video

7 comments:

slyght said...

man, little kids are such spazzes. the ghostbusters liked the book because it was "interesting", "neat and fun", and "funny". good lord! how did you get a copy of this?

B-Town V.J.G. J Ho said...

I edited down a 15 minute video into 4 minutes, cutting out a lot of kids. Some I didn't know, some I didn't care about (sorry for those who didn't make it).

B Town Chump said...

I'm just absolutely fukkin amazed how every single piece of our childhood has been preserved 20 plus years to come back and haunt us on the internet!!! How does that happen?

Juddy, where did you get that video?

Also, as I recall, I did not actually read "Ghostbusters," nor did I read 90% of the books I was supposed to read for "Right to Read Week." Looking back, I find it appropriate to comment that I was exercising my right NOT to read. I hated reading. Still do. I rarely ever read for pleasure. Last book I actually started and finished was "The Catcher in the Rye" about 5 years ago. Before that it was Dale Jr.'s "Driver #8." Before that I honestly can not remember reading a full book except for "Night of the Twisters" in 2ed grade.

Z, remember the puppet show we had to put on in 6th grade for a book we never read? The night before we had to get up in front of class, we "skimmed the book" and made up most of the story about some kids who stole or found or came across a bounty of gold and had to use sleds to transport it down a hill of snow. That's all I remember.

themom said...

OMG 20 years old, vintage video!! I would like to know how you got your hands on such priceless material also. I think I had a comment for each and every kid. I won't add the "mother" cliches at this time either, saving you all from embarrassment. (It's killing me too!)

steadman said...

this video is thanks to taylor archer and the wonders of facebook. i showed juddy, and the rest, as they say, is history.

B Town T said...

Videos like this make me glad that I went to Key Ridge.

themom said...

I found the entire 17+ minutes on Taylor Archers facebook site...so very neat to watch.