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In fact, not life at all.
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Author: Bill Volk
Release Date: May 25, 2006
File Size: unknown
Duration: unknown
Complexity: unrated
Animutatedness: unrated
Star(s): Megatherium, Marjorie Minkin
Audio Info
Artist: Phish
Genre: Spoken Word
Language: English


An animutational documentary about the works of abstract artist Marjorie Minkin, and the first animutation to use mainly spoken lyrics.



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  • When the Megatherium narrator first appears, the following message scrolls up: "'Business, economics, medicine, law... These are all very noble and very necessary pursuits. But art! Art is why we live.' These words were as true when they were written as when they are misquoted today. And not just any are will do. I'm talking REAL art, not the crap that all those emo kids and furries put out on Deviantart! Mister Mumbo knows to get some culture now and then. He reads books full of history's greatest poetry. His favorite poet is Alfred Lord Tennyson. Mister Mumbo wants to go to the art museum, but they won't let him in because he's approximately eleven feet tall. That, and he ate a curator once. Raw. Still, Mister Mumbo can appreciate the finer things in life. Mister Mumbo knows where it's at. Mister Mumbo knows the score. Mister Mumbo is on top of things, and not just because he's monstrously large. What were you doing watching Flash movies? Flash movies suck. Except this one! This one is HIGH ART! This movie will give you a reason to live. Now you don't have to post those pictures on Deviantart of a cat-person slitting its wrists!"
  • Part of the aforementioned message references Seven Deadly Dwarfs.

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