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Oregon State?s ?chainsaw? Creates Amazing New Low For College Football Songs And Dances

2014 NFL Draft Picks to Watch This Weekend in College Football Kris, on the other hand, is afraid that hell be a loose cannon and fly off the handle when he sees Fallon, letting his anger embarrass the family especially since she heard Bruce wants the appearance to be funny. Oh but hes got an ace up his sleeve. He got his buddy Jeff Dunham (seriously, how did they become friends?) to write out a bit for him so that his appearance will be witty and funny; I remember seeing this episode of Fallon and it was very uncomfortable for everyone involved. Back at the ranch, Kim and Kourtney summoned the chef from the beginning of the episode back to help them cook the placenta for their family/Jonathan dinner. Kim sees this as retribution for all the times people were mean to her, as well as a valuable health lesson. Okay. The chef is mildly horrified when he finds out its human placenta, as that might be kind of illegal, but he does his job. The family is absolutely disgusted when they find out what theyve eaten, as they should be. Its like that scene from Rocky Horror where theyre all sitting around the table and find out theyre eating Eddie.
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Samantha  Wilson CORVALLIS, Ore. - Oregon State University cheerleaders want Beaver football fans to "crank it like a chainsaw" this Saturday. The chainsaw dance accompanies a song by the band Family Force 5. Oregon State is encouraging fans to "lumberjack up" between the third and fourth quarters at home games at Reser Stadium. "It definitely portrays the spirit aspect," said Beaver fan Krista Young. The video went up on YouTube on Tuesday. By Thursday, it had already been viewed more than 300,000 times. By noon Friday, the video had been viewed 650,000 times. Will fans "bust out your chainsaw" and join in full-throttle? "I think they will, because we have crazy football fans," said Hannah Keim, "so I think that they'll get into it." "I think it's easy," Jessica Perry said. "People will totally do it." Even some reluctant fans are ready to crank it like a chainsaw.
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Beaver fans ready to crank it like a chainsaw

"This is the traditional wood for wood carvers in the United States." Richardson, who now spends most of his time in Woodstock, said he started carving about four years ago, but this is the first competition he's ever entered. He said the closest fair with a chainsaw carving competition is in Dinwiddie County. "Chainsaw carving has a little schizophrenic vibe to it because you can't really decide if it's an object or if it's a performance or if it's a sport," he said. Whichever the case, he's hopeful about making this an annual event. "It's been a learning experience for me, and if it happens again, that would be great," he said. "I'd love to have more carvers here and take over more of the fair." The cartoonist Strasburg resident Paul Zdepski puts down his chainsaw. Stray bits of sawdust cling to his graying moustache, its sides curled up, and his goatee. He's only had the chainsaw for three months now and the hours of carving have given him the cramps. "It's like carrying around a turkey," he said.
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Carving competition attracts chainsaw artists

2013_08_29_Fair_Chainsaw1.jpg Watch this 2-minute, 5-second video and be astounded by the awfulness. Chainsaw is supposed to be a rap song about cranking it like a chainsaw. You know, like beavers do. There is also apparently a dance in there too, but all I saw was a version of that move where your drunk uncle pretends to start a lawnmower at a family wedding. The NCAA should sanction Oregon State for creating this. A twenty year bowl ban would be understandable. This is horrible. Oregon State presumably spent money on this. All the bad school songs that we have seen over the last year are now immediately better.
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