A song from the 5th album of Kings of Leon called Pyro. I thought the song stood out, and a lot of people were struggling for the right lyrics apparently, so I gave it a go. If some of them are wrong then just tell me and I will change them, but I tried my best PS: The song is epic! Yeah the CD is released now with the lyrics and I know some are wrong…but I got the song 2 weeks before the CD came out, and I aint god, so chill out.
Hi. My name is Nice Peter, and this is a Picture Song. It’s been a long time since I made on of these, but I’ve seen a lot of comments requesting their return, so I had to shake the dust off my brain and get to it. Before you ask, yes, we are working on Epic Rap Battles of History every single day. They take a lot of work, and I like them to be as good as possible, so it takes a lot of time from a lot of different people. But the next two are my favorites so far, except for maybe Beethoven VS Bieber, I liked making that one a lot. My friend Alex does an incredible impression of Jack Sparrow, and he asked me to be in his new music video, you can see it here: www.youtube.com I’m open to any and all suggestions on how to use Sparrow in a rap battle, keep them coming, when I see one that kills me, I’ll start working on that too. see you soon, -nice peter
Another nominee for the coveted Golden Crocoduck braves the waters of science with the leaky boat of creationist ignorance. Note 1: In the video I show the Earth as it is today, and the location of the fossil Troodon and Oviraptor eggs in Montana and Mongolia. I described these as “opposite sides of the world.” As a couple of viewers pointed out, the configuration of the continents was different in the cretaceous. However, the places where the different eggs were found are still what could be described as “opposite sides of the world.” According to my “Atlas of Evolution”, only a few degrees off 180 degrees, in fact. I wanted to use a globe representing the cretaceous, but couldn’t find one. SOURCES: 0:01 Video “Creation in the 21st Century – Nest Full of Eggs 1 of 3″ www.youtube.com 3:46 ianjuby.org 4:08 Barnhart Creation Research society creationresearch.org 4:14 “Dinosaur eggs and babies” by Kenneth Carpenter Chapter three: “Dinosaur nesting patterns” J. Moratalla and J. Powell books.google.com.au 4:17 “Ecological and behavioral implications derived from a dinosaur nesting site” J. Horner, S. Czerkas, E. Olson, Dinosaurs past and present volume II pp. 50-63.