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MTAA's Karaoke DeathMatch 100

Comments on “In the Year 2525″ peformed by T.Whid

  1. Well, well, well. (insert lame joke here) 50 days and 50 horribly sung tunes later… the tie breakin songs are by Ziger and Evans (or whatever their names were) and The Zombies, whom I love–Bus stop Wendy she’s there I say please share my umbrella–and I have to vote for my bro…his ‘hokey pokey’ was the best performance by far…thank you Mriver and Twhid…the site ran great, you guys suck (I am Serious) and it was VERY FUN…sorry hostile17, I know your a wonderful person…see ya in august Tim n Shane. Mike hope to see you in the future. You guys really blow at karaoke…i mean it. YOU BOTH DID A GREAT JOB ON THIS VENTURE.

    Love Mark

    Comment by mark — June 3, 2007 @ 2:49 am

  2. I almost forgot…please watch

    Comment by mark — June 3, 2007 @ 2:51 am


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    Comment by mark — June 3, 2007 @ 3:57 am

  5. Why, oh why, would one ever pick this song? Even you feel asleep in the middle of it.

    Song choice. That was your tragic flaw. That and the sun glasses and the 2nd (or 3rd?) bottle of saki.

    Hokey Pokey, yes.
    In the year 2525, heeeeelllllno.
    It’s over. Stop singing.

    Comment by m.river — June 3, 2007 @ 7:13 am

  6. wait, T.Whid, did you say “this song is dul” or “dumb”?

    Comment by m.river — June 3, 2007 @ 8:04 am

  7. @mriver
    I said it was dumb. The lyrics are ridiculous.


    Well. Shit. I can’t win! The best I can do is tie it up and, really, who wants a tie? I should probably concede right now but I keep thinking that I could go switch a couple of outcomes in the database and no one would notice and I could win! But I won’t do that.


    I can’t believe we made it to the end. I’m really, really happy that it’s over. It’s been sort of burden to have to think about it every day.


    Big thanks to the crew: Bill Hallinan, AndrĂ© Sala and George Su; to Alex Kim for letting us borrow his stool (I’m the only one that remembers that); to all the regulars: my mom, my father-in-law, my brother, S.E.Sala, Hostile17, Michael from the UK (hope I didn’t forget anybody).


    If you haven’t had enough KDM100 (and really, how could you have?) it will be shown in a group show at Postmasters Gallery in NYC opening June 28th.


    Even though it looks like I’m heading for defeat, I have to say that M.River sucks.

    Comment by twhid — June 3, 2007 @ 9:07 am

  8. @mark

    Special thanks to my bro for his lovely comments at the top of this thread — see you in August!

    Comment by twhid — June 3, 2007 @ 9:08 am

  9. It’s been a long strange ride- with a varied, and off key soundtrack.
    We laughed, we cried and in the end I think we may have learned a little bit about ourselves. I know I did.
    We are KDM100, and we all rocked in our own small way.
    Thank you MTAA.
    Good night and may god bless…

    Comment by beal — June 3, 2007 @ 11:16 am

  10. In the year 2525 the KDM100 will still be haunting me….

    Comment by M Koller — June 3, 2007 @ 11:22 am

  11. oops…

    I did forget to thank Kate and Mikey — regulars who stuck it out to the (bitter) end that we find ourselves at here…

    Did we learn something about ourselves? I know I did. Putting yourself out in public and inviting people to throw metaphorical rotten vegetables at you definitely makes you learn something… not quite sure what yet. But I’ve grown through the experience.

    Comment by twhid — June 3, 2007 @ 11:40 am

  12. Last post? :) Congrats on making it to the end boys.

    Comment by Andre Sala — June 3, 2007 @ 5:10 pm

  13. hmmm…I think Diebold is doing your vote counting.

    Comment by Krisitn — June 3, 2007 @ 6:28 pm

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