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In Biology class one day, my teacher told us about Hershey and Chase using a blender to solve an experiment. That got me thinking and then this came along. It's been in my mind for a while now, but I just got around to doing it.



yes, another one of your's that i decided watch after reading your response to my review (contrary to your prediction...reading your response, that is). Sorry, i don't really do loops...i really liked your's actually, i guess the point that i was trying to make was that it COULD get old if used in another series. You're good, man. And i have to say i have a greater appreciation for acctual good humor and comedy on Newgrounds that tallent (not saying as a dis, just to say that you're a good animator AND your stuff is ACTUALLY funny...characteristics found rarely together in flashes around here.) Keep it up and keep me laughin' yo.


JohnSwartze responds:

Thank god talent comes after humor... Have you seen my Romeo & Juliet?

...Come to think of it, it's not really funny, either...

Hmm. Now I'm sad.

this movie was good

I like it the presentation was second to none.


An interesting concept and a nice bit of randomness. A slightly different sense of humor is needed to watch it to appreciate the sillyness. Would have been better if there was some kind of generic old educational film kind of music playing lightly in the backround, if that makes any sense. I liked it, though!

*raises eyebrow*


Not quite sure WHAT to think of it...

JohnSwartze responds:

Well, thank you for such a helpful critique. I know I can improve with advice like that.


i know what blender you used!

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2.88 / 5.00

Jul 18, 2004
1:47 AM EDT
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