Sure, human pinball may not be as fast paced as human foosball but it’s still really fun to watch.
The below short, a stop-motion animation clip put together by the people behind NYC’s Animation Block Party Film Festival, imagines what it would look like if people were the bumpers and balls in a massive game played out on city streets.
During a recent live interview with alt-rock group Dinosaur Jr., an audience member threw a pair of shoes at the night’s moderator, Henry Rollins. Rollins, a former Black Flag frontman and charming multihyphenate (he counts actor, musician, writer and spoken-word performance artist among his many callings), defused the situation with his sharp wit: “Nice aim,” Rollins says cooly, “but they’re not my size.”
He also offered to return the shoes after the show, but we’re betting the heckler was bounced before Dinosaur Jr.’s set began.
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