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Money CAN Buy You Voice Lessons!!! (Or: Judy, Judy, Please Don’t Sing!!!)

When The Cody Judy Song Came On The Radio, It Was No Longer Paradise By The Dashboard Lights

Oh my goodness, I hate to be mean about people trying to sing, but Birther Cody Robert Judy has made a few videos which are sooo bad, that if he played them in Hell, Satan would chase him out.  If you want to hear what music would sound like without all those troubling things like scales and keys and pitch, get a load of these youtubes. WARNING! The Birther Think Tank is NOT responsible for any bad dreams or night tremors which arise as a result of these videos. Here is Money Cant Buy You Love:

I think the cat in the video heard the singing, and  died.  That is why his poor little paws are in the air.  I wonder how many animals went to Pet Heaven listening to his new one, Obama’s Carnival Barker:

Holy Crap! This stuff sucks!!! If there’s a barker somewhere, its that alleged song. Or more likely,  some sort of demented  howler. Mr. Judy could probably find a market for these songs with 7-11 or some other place that wants to run teenagers off the parking lot. The problem is that it would chase away the customers, too. And drive the clerks insane.

Maybe police departments could use these to break up demonstrations like the Occupy movement??? It would be a lot cheaper than water cannons, but I can see the polizei heading for the hills, too. Heck, entire downtowns would empty out in a hurry. If there is a dog in your neighborhood who barks too much, take either of these songs and play them when the dog starts to bark. Poor Fido will run squealing to a far corner of his yard and bury his head in the dirt. Do it twice, and he will bark no more, forever.

I have some advice for Mr. Judy, and I have put it in the form of a song. I could have written an entire song, but I am afraid Mr. Cody would sing it and put it out on youtube. I don’t want to be responsible for that. Sooo, I just did a single refrain.

Don’t Sing Judy

To the sound of Don’t Cry Joni by Conway Twitty
by Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter

Judy, Judy please don’t sing.

God, you make my eardrums sting!

You’re way off key,

Here’s my review:

I think you should just S – T – F – U!!!

That is my opinion.

Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter

Note 1. The Don’t Cry Joni song by Conway Twitty:

Note 2. The Image. This is from the classic 1953 film, It Came From Outer Space. Wiki says:

It Came from Outer Space is a 1953 science fiction 3-D film directed by Jack Arnold, and starring Richard Carlson, Barbara Rush, and Charles Drake. It was Universal’s first film to be filmed in 3-D.

The screenplay was by Harry Essex, with input by Jack Arnold, and was derived from an original screen treatment by Ray Bradbury (although it is said Ray Bradbury wrote the original screenplay and Harry Essex merely changed the dialogue and took the credit [2]). Unusual among sci-fi films of the day, the alien “invaders” were portrayed as creatures without malicious intent. The film has been interpreted[who?] as a metaphorical refutation of supposedly xenophobic attitudes and ideology of the Cold War.

“I wanted to treat the invaders as beings who were not dangerous, and that was very unusual”, Bradbury said. He offered two outlines to the studio, one with malicious aliens, the other with benign aliens. “The studio picked the right concept, and I stayed on.”[3] He has called the movie “a good film. Some parts of it are quite nice.”[4]
In 2004, Bradbury published four versions of his screen treatment for the movie as a single volume, It Came From Outer Space.

The uncredited music in the film was by Irving Gertz, Henry Mancini, and Herman Stein.

Note 3. Bonus. Over at Orly’s World on Facebook, someone posted this video, which has nothing to do with Birtherism, but certain stuff is supposed to come in 3’s:

Here is where you can buy it: