Weekly Website Wednesday: HOLWAGERKARAOKE

This week’s website is all about the joy of singing.

holwagerkaraoke link picture Bev and Bob Holwager form HOLWAGERKARAOKE, a unique karaoke-singer duo on YouTube.

Their videos aren’t just karaoke, though. They also feature a bunch of computer generated imagery to spice things up.

They may not be the greatest singers, but the bring a genuine enthusiasm to all their songs. I greatly enjoy watching just how much fun they have while singing. It’s a pleasant contrast to all the angry YouTube channels.

Weekly Website Wednesday: CAPalert

This week’s website is a holy website for good little Christians.

CAPalert link picture

Tom Carder is one of my favourite crazy Christian fundamentalists. On his movie review website, CAPalert, he goes into obsessive detail about how all your favourite movies anger God.

According to Tom, the following things anger God when they’re in a movie: cohabitation, two-piece bathing suits, tattoos, farts, butts, gay people, kissing, magic use, etc. etc. etc. He believes that all the Harry Potter movies should have been rated R.

His website is also somehow a nonprofit Christian ministry, so, yeah, that’s also a thing.

Weekly Website Wednesday: Eric Conveys An Emotion

This week’s website is a website that hasn’t updated in 7 years, BUT I DON’T CARE!

eric conveys an emotion link picture Eric Conveys An Emotion was one of the earliest internet viral sensations. All it is is pictures of Eric’s face depicting different emotions. Yes, it’s true, Eric invented the selfie, but he had no idea what evil he would be unleashing on the world. I blame Eric for the Kardashians, in fact.

Remember the days when websites having images was a new and exciting thing? That’s what was so great about Eric Conveys An Emotion, it had images. We used to be very easily entertained. Get off my lawn ADD Generation or whatever the Hell we’re supposed to call you kids born with a smartphone in your hands.

If I keep mentioning Eric Conveys An Emotion, that means he’ll update, right? RIGHT?