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Amusing Monday: Flow Man cuts through the nonsense

March 2nd, 2009 by cdunagan

Flow Man has had a few new adventures since we last visited him. I’ve included one here in which the ending takes a different twist.

These videos are ridiculous, it’s true, but I’ve always believed they had potential for entertainment. By and large, they have not reached their potential. As with any short film, the best ones offer a credible story in a short time. That’s why I liked the episode about the cell phone.

I’ve thought about turning a couple of ideas I’ve had into scripts and offering them, but I haven’t gotten around to it. If you’re interested in more of this nonsense, check out Flow Man’s Web page, where you can learn to mow around trees and find a new way to “free up some time,” among other things.

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