A Whiskey-Fueled Canadian History Lesson

By • Nov 29th, 2009 • Category: News

In the 90s, people wore baggy pants, and made snowboard videos about drunk clowns. Well, it was actually the Canadians who did that last part, so it’s fitting that I would know Whiskey 2: Adventures of Boozy the Clown is on Youtube in four parts thanks to our friends at Frontlipped. They’ve been posting it as part of their Sunday Cinema feature and you should read their blog ’cause they make fewer currency jokes than us and are good at keeping up with every time a Canadian rider is featured, anywhere. But since I just sat and watched all four incredible parts in a row (including part 4 with sound disabled), I’m going to post them here too.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4 (apparently waiting on music rights…)

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