Monkey rides a goat

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  1. Cowicide says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but wouldn’t this animation loop go perfect with this remix?

    http://cowicide.blogspot.com/2010/08/new-remix-song.html

  2. Trotsky says:

    NASCAR.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Yakety Sax!!

  4. Trotsky says:

    Also, there’s got to be a “Sarah Palin/Ben Quayle in 2012″ joke in there somewhere.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I love watching this. I’m hypnotized by it.

  6. eyebum says:

    Terrible form…he’s not posting at all!

    • Ito Kagehisa says:

      Terrible form…he’s not posting at all!

      It’s hard to post when your ankles are tied together under your steed, which is what it looks like to me. I can’t tell if his hands are tied to the goat’s collar as well, but honestly I hope so. Otherwise he’d likely be dragged under the goat’s hooves if he fell off.

  7. Trotsky says:

    That animation jogged a dim recollection from my childhood. I believe that clip is from a Little Rascals episode. Specifically, this one:

    >> The gang heads out to go swimming but wind up spending the day in a swanky hotel when Mickey switches clothes with a rich kid. He heads for the hotel with the gang, a goat and a monkey in tow.

    http://www.tvrage.com/shows/id-4259/episodes/103209

    Must have made quite an impression on me some thirty plus years ago.

    And for those of you who are unfamiliar with the Little Rascals, the Mickey referred to was Robert Blake, of Baretta and Bonnie Lee Bakley fame.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Blake_%28actor%29

    • Greaterspirit says:

      Yes those TV guide style plot descriptions are the last word on the drugged animal riding the back of that goat.

      Great eye on locating the clip source. I definitely would have had “Little Rascals” as one of my guesses.

      I Still think that is a dog on the goat. Having worked in film production myself, this certainly seems like a efficacious choice for an animal wrangler.

      Do you remember seeing the monkey in the episode?

    • Anonymous says:

      This is from a Warner Bros film called Orange Blossoms for Violet. You can watch it on google video here http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6900103598217846300#

  8. Anonymous says:

    He’s on a goat! He’s on a goat!
    Everybody look at him ’cause I’m ridin’ on a goat!

  9. Anonymous says:

    very interesting.

  10. snakedart says:

    This was obviously fated to be paired with Primus’ “Jerry Was a Racecar Driver”.

  11. PGFish says:

    Try looking at it with sunglasses over one eye. Bonus 3D! (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulfrich_effect)

  12. Greaterspirit says:

    Wow. “Orange Blossoms” is all kinda wrong. After watching that my DNA hurts for my monkey ancestors.
    Who knew animals in stereotype human drag could be derogatory and racist to other animals playing racist humans?

    And I definitely recognized several prominent voice actors from WB cartoons of the era.

    Hmmm. Maybe “Orange Blossoms” is all kinda fresh.

    I’ll concede the monkey on the goat (that sounds like a kama sutra position)…

  13. Not a Doktor says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpWARvfgQX8

    Somebody told me not to so I had to.

  14. CapnMarrrrk says:

    He’s racing to get to the Cat Washing Party

  15. Felton says:

    Perfect! I was getting tired of counting sheep.

  16. Chupacabara says:

    And tomorrow, after PETA chimes in, will it be an “Invisible Monkey” riding the goat?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXYfDO9mS4o

  17. Anonymous says:

    Does Stephen Colbert know about this???

  18. Felton says:

    I don’t mean this is boring, though it is kind of hypnotic. I just meant it was a great bedtime image.

  19. Anonymous says:

    atta boy, Mark!

  20. Donald Petersen says:

    Sit for a moment and consider: somebody took a quick inventory and found he was in possession of:
    1. A speedy goat
    2. An agreeable capuchin, with
    3. Monkey-sized suit, complete with
    4. Bowler hat
    5. Loaded camera
    6. Gassed-up camera car
    7. An idle lunch hour near what looks a lot like the Angeles Crest road.

    Did this person ever dream that some eighty-odd years down the road, millions worldwide would glimpse a couple dozen frames of his masterwork on their *telephones* and laugh out loud?

    We’ve made someone’s afterlife, have no doubt.

  21. mdh says:

    Excelsior!

  22. Sandbox World says:

    Is this how Cornelius graduated to mounting horses?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUfs5E7IjvE

  23. Dig Duggler says:

    I enjoy Monkey’s tiny hat.

  24. Anonymous says:

    this is the perfect picture to re-discover some items from your music collection.
    seriously – try it out.
    works perfect with both older works of Public Enemy as well as the Public Enemies original Soundtrack….

    • jokel says:

      Good call! It works well with gabber, minimal and drum&bass, too, and has every Rammstein track I tried so far hilarious.

  25. Bray_beast says:

    I look at this video and I think… “Speed”. I think it would have tricked the Dennis Hopper character for a long time.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Someone should show this clip to Werner Herzog, who said the following in his film Encounters at the End of the World:

    “Why is it that a sophisticated animal like a chimp does not utilize inferior creatures. He could straddle a goat and ride off into the sunset.”

  27. PrettyBoyTim says:

    My son reliably informs me you are wrong. He tells me it is actually a man in a monkey suit riding a goat. I believe him because he is five and is therefore an expert on this kind of thing.

    • The Compost Kid says:

      Would your son be able to clarify if the goat that the man in the monkey suit is riding is two men in a goat suit or just a really big goat?
      Or….is the man in the monkey suit really small?

      This was supposed to be getting me to sleep and now it looks like I’m going to be up all night trying to figure it out.

  28. nanuq says:

    There should be an intervention for that poor goat. He has a monkey on his back.

  29. snoproblem says:

    Now that’s an effed up calvary charge.

    All it needs is a bugle cry – just substitute a kazoo for the bugle.

  30. José Solé says:

    Try watching this GIF while listening to the Joaquin Phoenix version of Ring of Fire. Totally worth it.

  31. Nadreck says:

    Man, does that goat ever have a monkey on his back!

  32. Greaterspirit says:

    Definitely not a monkey. Some small dog like a pug or something with a dummy body, fake arms and legs.

    I challenge anyone to find a monkey with a head like that! The arms and legs are too long.

    Plus a monkey would not likely sit still for that ride! A small dog might.

    I think I see the TAIL sticking out back…

    What do you primatologists or animal trainers think?

    • Brainspore says:

      Definitely not a monkey. Some small dog like a pug or something with a dummy body, fake arms and legs.

      And that “goat” is clearly just a bunch of cats taped together.

  33. rebdav says:

    I demand more equestrian style clothes wearing monkey chasers!

  34. Kaleberg says:

    My favorite is from the 7/14/06 issue of Science -
    http://www.kaleberg.com/pages/images/age-images2006-mousefrog.jpg

  35. Anonymous says:

    It harkens back to simpler times.

  36. Anonymous says:

    Where does a monkey need to go so quickly that he needs to ride a goat to get there?

  37. snarf says:

    It goes so well with Led Zeppelins “Ramble On” that I’m crying with laughter. This monkey (and goa) made my day!

  38. Baron Karza says:

    Detective Chimp to the rescue!

  39. Anonymous says:

    Anybody ever seen “Below the 50-50″?

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