Bill Cosby tells Jay Leno about his A/C Cobra

Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by 65fastback2+2, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. Too bad, money talks again.
  2. Just saw it, hilarious stuff!
  3. This video has been removed at the request of copyright owner NBC Universal because its content was used without permission
  4. Too bad i thought it was funny,

  5. That's hillarious! If I recall, he tells the story on one of his old albums (you know, those giant black CDs?).
  6. Good lookin' out ... I wanted to see it and youtube said no. :mad:
  7. the lp the story was on was called "200 mph" for obvious reasons, and the story was a bit more in depth then his retelling of it on leno.
  8. I saw it and it was indeed hilarious.

    I don't doubt the 200MPH LP was funny too, but you would miss out on seeing his face shaking :)
  9. my uncle has the 200mph album i heard it once a long time ago it was funny to me then i was like maybe 15

    now that i know more about cobras and seeing the other one sell on BJ its even more funny

    its a shame the guy that bought cosbys lost his life in it
  10. None of the links are working. :bang:
  11. We need a new new link.
  12. i dont know where to host and google cant cuz it'll get deleted on there
  13. anyone willing to host this for a quick bit? How big is the file?
  14. I'm the owner of one of the links that doesn't work, the lbisunsets link.

    I originally posted it on 1 board for a couple of friends to view along with a notice
    not to repost it anywhere. Needless to say, some people are numb from the neck
    up and can't follow simple directions. The link ended up on (last count) 57 different
    webboards. I'm allowed 40 gig of bandwidth, it chewed up over 50, I can't WAIT
    to get the bill for that one. :rolleyes:

    Between the bill for being over bandwidth and the copyright issue, it certainly
    won't be up on my site anytime soon :rolleyes:

    If you wanted to know why every link to the video disappears, that's why...

  15. Welcome to the internet. You post something, it gets linked.

  16. Thanks for the welcome to the Internet! I never got a welcome when I first started working on the Arpanet/Internet in 1980 so it's long overdue.

    You are correct, people link things. Silly me, I was hoping people might actually
    honor a request from the person who was paying for the hosting that gave them
    the opportunity to view something. NEVER underestimate the power of stupid people in large numbers. :rolleyes

    And now back to your regularly scheduled programming.
  17. OH that's hilarious :rlaugh:. Thanks Capriman