featuring "Hoffman Estates High School Extreme Ninja Kazoo TKAM!!!"
Man, when I think back to being 15, there's so much shit I'm glad only I've got the evidence of. Tapes can be baked, pictures can be burnt, home movies only happened around rich kids with a Betamax at home; you & me, the normal kids, could hide our histories with nothing more than the removal of a rock down at the local quarry, ravine, or sewer system. Kids these days, um... how can I say this?? They fuk'd.
What follows is a sampling of my current fave youtube subgenre: the AP English class's rendition of the AP English class literary classics. They're all here! Salinger, Flannery O'Connor, Hemingway, Shirley Jackson, Metamorphosis, Lord of the Flies, even some James Joyce! I'm sure I'm forgetting a thousand worthy contenders, so your input is quite welcome here.
Catcher in the (Ghetto) (JD Salinger)
Lord of the Flies (William Golding)
A Good Man is Hard to Find (Flannery O'Connor)
Lolita (gets pwned) (Nabokov)
The Killers (Hemingway)
The Crucible (Arthur Miller)
A Rose For Emily (Wm. Faulkner)
Hands (Sherwood Anderson)
As I Lay Dying (Wm. Faulkner)
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (James Joyce)