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Plus Ca Change, Plus le Meme Chose April 29, 2007

Posted by harrison in Crime, Heroes, History, Humor, Philosophy, Politics, Religion, Science, Terrorist Hemorrhoids.

Middle East Conflict Intensifies As Blah Blah Blah, Etc. Etc.

The U.N. has issued a strongly worded whatever denouncing someone or something presumably having to do with the vicious explosive things that raged across this, or shattered the predawn calm of that, or ripped suddenly through the other, killing umpteen innocent civilians in a Jerusalem bus or Beirut discotheque or Fallujah mosque or whatever it was this time.

Funny and sad, all at the same time.


1. kevlarchick - April 29, 2007

I thought I was the only one who felt that way, harrison. I guess the whole area is too complicated for me to ever understand.

2. daveintexas - April 29, 2007


3. daveintexas - April 29, 2007

or if you prefer Portuguese

Não há nada novo sob o sol.

4. Michael - April 29, 2007

I made some money at my poker party last night.

5. dr4 - April 29, 2007

You arent about to post a Kenny Rogers video are you?

6. dr4 - April 29, 2007

i just got all of Paul Simons solo stuff from ’65 to 2000.

Boy does he suck.

how the hell did he sell so many records without Art Garfunkle?

7. dr4 - April 29, 2007

Im really bored.

Will anybody be able to stop the Patriots this year?

8. BrewFan - April 29, 2007

Still Crazy After All These Years is a good album, but aside from that one I would agree that Paul Simon without Art Garfunkel is like a balony sandwich without mustard.

9. harrison - April 29, 2007

I’ve always liked “Graceland.” In fact saw the tour in ’87.

10. dr4 - April 29, 2007

I used to think “Still Crazy” was a very good album, but it hasnt held up very well for me. The song “Still Crazy” is still good and i think “Some Folks Lives Roll Easy” could have been good if it was stripped down to maybe just a guitar and maybe a sax. Too much production.

I think the problem is that he’s a jewish guy from New York trying to play southern black gospel inspired songs. Or sometimes his songs sound like “easy listening funk.” you know what i mean?

Then he moved on to that whole African thing for the Graceland album. Which was awful.

His best solo songs are just O.K. “Me and Julio” “Diamonds on the Soles of her Shoes” “Kodachrome” are all good songs, but they’re far from great.

Slip Slidin’ Away is my favorite track by him i think.

p.s. i bet Peel doesnt know what Kodachrome was.

11. dr4 - April 29, 2007

I’ve always liked “Graceland.” In fact saw the tour in ‘87.

it’s great when i type something up, talking about how much i hate something and someone posts how much they love it while im still typing.

it’s like someone asking what you think about a product and you start bitching about it, only to find out that that is what they got you for christmas.

12. harrison - April 29, 2007

i bet Peel doesnt know what Kodachrome was

Is. Still available. The film is incredible. I’ve seen slides from the early ’40’s ( it came out in ’38, I think) that still look brand new. Ektachrome, on the other hand, gets a blue or red shift in the colors after about 20 or so years.

No sweat on the love/hate thing. There really is no accounting for taste.

13. daveintexas - April 29, 2007

I’m watching United 93 again for the first time since it was in the theaters.

So I’m kinda in a bad mood right now.


14. dr4 - April 29, 2007

heres a picture of a girl used in Kodak ads from 1909:


15. gtwl - May 2, 2007

regarding the original post, I think it’s sad, the attempt at humour is not lost on me.

I do NOT belive that murdering one another to teach murder is wrong is the way to go about solving any conflicts, political, or ethical, poor people.

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