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Culture of Corruption August 19, 2010

Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime, Music.
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Home Run!

His website has other great videos. Hit his tip jar or d/l a song.

I Want To Know What Became of the Changes We Waited For Love to Bring August 18, 2010

Posted by BrewFan in Art, Ducks, Food, Honor, Movies.
19 comments

Live And Let Live? August 17, 2010

Posted by Cathy in Ducks, Gardening, Nature Shit, Religion, Terrorist Hemorrhoids.
33 comments

Checking out the water gardens this morning.

Found one casualty floating on the surface.

Another sweet goldfish fought the good fight and lost.

A closer inspection IN the water revealed, um, trouble brewing…

So last night heard the pleasant sounds of a bull-frog…  from the direction of this water garden.

These ‘tubes’ have wrapped themselves around all the plants and stuff.

Scene reminiscent of a suspense thriller like “The Fly” or “The Blob.”

*These dudes are goners* *Need gloves … and a Shiner Bock*

The King is Gone, But His Memory Remains August 16, 2010

Posted by wintersetruss in Art, Ducks, Entertainment, Heroes, Humor, Man Laws, News, Personal Experiences, Philosophy.
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Led Zeppelin.

Inna Reggae Style.

Fronted by…..Tortelvis.  Thankyou.  Thankyouverymuch.

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August 16, 1977 August 15, 2010

Posted by Edward von Bear in Art.
4 comments

The King went home.

Important Things August 15, 2010

Posted by daveintexas in Ballistics, Stupid shit, Websites.
38 comments

Michael insisted.

I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing – Yuna Ito August 14, 2010

Posted by Michael in Music.
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Who the heck is Yuna Ito, and why is she stealing an Aerosmith song?

Vodpod videos no longer available.


Oh hey, she has a website. Not much help. It’s all in those funny-looking Japanese characters.

[I know, you’re trying to figure out what type of Asian she is.  Me too.  Her face is very unusual.  So I did the research, and she’s half Japanese and half Korean.  Born in LA, which is why her English has no accent, but now a pop star in Japan.]

The Texas Moron Meet-Up August 13, 2010

Posted by Michael in News.
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It’s on.

I am going to post details in the immediate future.

For now, I have decided on the official theme for the Texas Moron Meet-Up™

Stand by me.

That, in my opinion, is the ethos behind the whole AOSHQ, IB, H2, DPUD, and so forth, community.

Which naturally leads to the official theme song for the Texas Moron Meet-Up™.

Sia – The Girl You Lost to Cocaine August 12, 2010

Posted by Retired Geezer in Ballistics, Ducks.
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Michael’s son expanded his musical horizons and it was good.
Michael gave us Gorillaz – Feel Good Inc and we were grateful.

Daughter Geezer turned me on to this girl. She’s Goofy and Cute with an unusual voice.

“The Girl You Lost To Cocaine”

I’ve stuck around, through thick and through thin
You cannot deny, I’ve always been in
But I’ve watched you stand, still as a snowman
But I don’t see you change, you’re always at meltdown

Yeah I’ve been your crutch, your smell sight and touch
Yeah I took you home when you’ve drunk too much
But I can’t survive, with you by my side
See I’ll never get laid, while I’m running your life

Here’s the ‘Professional’ video version:

OK, I admit I’m just posting this to bump down the Ramadan Glee Club.

Do You Trust Barack Obama Or Billy Mays For Advice About Health Care? August 11, 2010

Posted by Michael in Honor.
6 comments

I’m Not Really Sure What These Guys Are Singing About August 10, 2010

Posted by Michael in News.
35 comments

It looks like someone just explained Pure Lutheran Theology™ to them.

Apparently this song is rocking Indonesia right now.  I did not know that Indonesia is a Lutheran country.

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Angry America August 9, 2010

Posted by Michael in News, Politics.
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Victor Davis Hanson points an accusing finger at the wimp table in the high school cafeteria.  They are actually calling the shots now.

You remember the wimp table, don’t you?

I certainly do.  I was dining  there.

They remind me of what we used to call the “wimp table” at a pretty tough Selma High around 1970. It was there that the high school’s handful of geeks, toadies, and picked-upon used to eat, under the protective eye of yard-duty teachers. The assumption was that with a few steps further onto the grounds, the entire sorry bunch was fair game for every bully on campus. And that sad outfit filters, disseminates, and arbitrates our news? Most from their writing and appearance seemed either neurotic overachievers or twenty-something bloggers who confuse calling someone something with erudition.

I love VDH.

A book will have to be written explaining how in 19 months Obama blew a 70% approval rating and is headed for under 40% — something that took Bush six years. A handful of judges nullified what millions voted for in Arizona and California, apparently on the premise that wanting federal immigration law enforced, and seeing marriage as a traditional bond between a man and woman as it has been for 2,500 years in the West, was bigoted, analogous to the racism of the Jim Crow South, and thus in need of judicial intervention.

A guy in Bakersfield might think it prejudicial that a gay judge struck down an amendment to the Constitution passed by a majority of voters and opposed by the gay lobby; a guy in DC would think the guy in Bakersfield prejudicial for coming up with that preposterous conclusion.

Meanwhile, in our postracial age, race is everywhere: Charles Rangel, who won’t follow the tax laws he writes, whines about an “old-English, Anglo-Saxon procedure.” Maxine Waters (under the cloud of insider bank influence peddling) and the Black Caucus (recipient of federalized GM donations) cite racism as the source of their ethical dilemmas (at least Larry Craig did not cite gay-bashing and Duke Cunningham reverse discrimination and Chris Dodd ageism and the late John Murtha girthism).

A mass murderer at a beer distribution center (so much for Van Jones’s assurances that such mayhem was a white thing) is portrayed on the airwaves as an aggrieved victim of racism lashing out. Not a word about the shattered lives of those gunned down and their families. Welcome to the post-racial Obama age — with much more to follow. (Nemesis gives no quarter: once Barack Obama years ago went down the patronize-and-use-Rev.-Wright path, the payback was only a matter of when, not if.)

via Works and Days » A Rather Angry America.

Thanks to Andy at The Hostages for the link.