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Burger King has an utterly ridiculous ad campaign with the creepiest character on TV since Brian Dennehy played clown serial killer John Wayne Gacy in "To Catch a Killer." For the Super Bowl, they unveiled some elaborate song-and-dance number and put the music online. I made it sound spookier to let other people know what I hear in my head when this music is matched up with that character.

OK, I obviously didn't put much time into it. Sue me.

Oh, and I completely overhauled my music page. It is now generated CSS + JavaScript goodness, and provides a familiar interface for many people ... There's also an RSS feed that works just fine in iTunes (not in iTunes Music Store, but you can to go Subscribe to Podcast in the iTunes menu and paste in the URL).

Update: Broken link fixed. slashdot.org

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