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  1. “Handy” Is the Latest Weird Al Yankovic Video From His New Album Mandatory Fun

    Special toilet appearance by Eddie Pepitone?

    This week Weird Al Yankovic released his new album Mandatory Fun, and to promote it he's releasing eight videos in eight days. We're halfway there with today's release of "Handy," a parody of "Fancy" by Iggy Azalea. Not that we're surprised or anything, but it's pretty great.

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  2. Weird Al Releases “Word Crimes” Parody of Robin Thicke to Celebrate Mandatory Fun Album Release

    And it's a song about grammar? Perfect.

    The second of eight new Weird Al Yankovic music videos is here! This time Al is preaching the merits of grammar to the tune of that awful Robin Thicke song with some lovely word art.

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  3. Neko Case Did a Cool Feminist Anthem… About How Geek Shit Is All For Boys

    Stop right there.

    Neko Case knows there are female superheroes, right? And that women and girls are actually a huge part of the geek sphere, and have been for decades? Please, someone, show her the light. Because her music video with Kelly Hogan for "These Aren't the Droids" would've been really cool—Ellie Kemper is saved by science! Feminist utopia! That rocking Leia/Spock outfit! And it's for charity!—if not for the part where geekery is explicitly stated as being the realm of immature manboys.

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  4. The Jurassic Park Theme Sung by Goats, Because This Is the Internet and What Did You Expect?

    Hold onto your goats.

    From the creators of the Game of Thrones theme song (with goats), here’s the Jurassic Park theme song (with goats). I have to assume Star Wars is already on Marca Blanca's to-do list, but can this whole "goat" trend not die out before they get to the Buckaroo Banzai theme, please? It doesn't get enough love. And speaking of Jurassic Park and goats:

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  5. The Doubleclicks Explain Growing Up…With Dinosaurs!

    Dinosaurs are just really big chickens, after all.

    The Doubleclicks released a new song using dinosaurs to explain that growing up doesn't mean having to act like it.

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  6. Guardians of the Galaxy Soundtrack Announced


    The track list for Guardians of the Galaxy's soundtrack was released today. It's just as epic as you'd imagine!

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  7. Slap On Your Ray-Bans And Rock Out to This ‘80s Version of the Game of Thrones Theme

    Neon is coming.

    Petition to make Steve Duzz's Game of Thrones '80s remix of the official theme song of the Jaime Lannister-centric Miami Vice remake that's going to happen because I say so.

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  8. The Doubleclicks Cover “Trogdor” and Melt Our Hearts (With Burnination) [VIDEO]

    And the Trogdor comes in the night!

    If at the age of thirteen my dweeby nerd soul could have been distilled into music video form, this video from the Doubleclicks' Weekly Song Wednesday series is exactly what it would have looked and sounded like. Fire dancing? Check. Furiously duelling cellos? Check. Homestar Runner references? Yes please. Thanks for all the thatched roof memories, Doubleclicks.

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  9. In Which The Game of Thrones Theme Song Gets A New Orleans Jazz Cover [VIDEO]

    In the game of trombones, you swing or you die.

    We're all pretty sad about Game of Thrones leaving us for another year, but if this doesn't put a smile on your face, I don't know what will. Give it up for the New Orleans Swamp Donkeys.

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  10. Let Pomplamoose Break Your Heart With “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”

    WARNING: Might Make You Cry at an IHOP

    We're having a pretty emotional day here at Geekosystem. We're not sure if this cover of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" by Pomplamoose is helping our feels or making them worse, but it sure is beautiful. The band is embarking on a tour. If you're interested you can get tickets at Pomplamoose.com.

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