OK Go Meets NPR
Since I've been posting a audio segments of Peter Sagal's radio show, Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me! regularly for a while, I thought this was appropriate. Plus it will likely make Nell Minow happy. So, it's a twofer. And it's an especially good day when you can make Nell Minow happy.
This is, apparently, the very first "video" that OK GO -- the most-favorite group of Ms. Minow -- ever made. It's not a stand-alone video per so, but was taped on a local public access music TV show in Chicago in 1999. What's additionally fun about it is that the aforementioned Peter Sagal is playing "fake bass" in the video. And if you're a fan of the NPR show, This American Life, its host Ira Glass is playing "fake drums." In fact, all the fake musicians are NPR hosts.
Unfortunately, I can't embed it here, but if click this link, you can read an article by Peter Sagal about the whole, and the video is embedded there.
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Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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