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Monday, January 17, 2021

In an attempt to institute something of a regular feature to this blog, I’m proclaiming every Monday to be Media Monday.


Basically, I’ll be posting a multimedia file here every Monday. It could be an audio file, a movie, a hi-res (or low-res, even) image, or any other non-text item. I suspect it’ll be of a humorous and/or unusual vein, but I reserve the right to include just about anything I find of interest. I may post original works by yours truly, but more likely it’ll be stuff culled from around the Net.

Each file will be linked here and available for download from one Monday until the following Monday, when it will be replaced by the next offering. I would keep all the files archived, but I’m not in a position to pay for that much server storage (plus, I feel more comfortable limiting the availability in cases of copyrighted work). Don’t miss a week, or else you’ll miss out!

Enough setup. On to the first-ever Media Monday treat:

From “Chappelle’s Show”, GZA and RZA of Wu-Tang Clan fame drop financial advice like bombs. I particularly like the ending, where the bald old man appears to really get into his Wu-Tang Wave. Step to the Wu!

Wu-Tang Financial - .avi, 25MB - Time’s up! Check the Media Monday archive for the latest edition.

by Costa Tsiokos, Mon 01/17/2005 07:19pm
Category: Media Mondays
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  1. [...] osting a media file every Monday. Not the case. I admit I’m a bit disappointed that last week’s inaugural Media Monday, featuring the funny [...]

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  2. CHECK-WU…

    If you can pull off a “windmill” on both the breakdancing cardboard and the chessboard, then I’m thinking WuChess is the online chess-playing site for you.
    Me, I can’t swing either. But I still like the idea of Wu-Tang Clan……

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 06/07/2021 @ 5:18 PM

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