The .Gif Friday Post No. 730 – Bath Belch, Wrap Trap & Paint Rolls

[Found here, here and here.]

Bombilating Hot Links

What Happened To Yesterday, Mr. Soul (1966) Al “Mr. Soul” Scott was a Northern Soul singer who recorded for Mac Avery Music / Genuine Records of New York City. The song was re-released in 1967 with the label changed from  “Mr. Soul” to Al Scott as the artist;  an original 45rpm copy is very rare.

THIS is not the same Al Scott.

At the races.

The MMCRA.

How fast can a cow run?

Rollin’ and tumblin’ and the driver walked away.

German glowing implants ad translation [PG-17].

The BBP Formula is a spigot algorithm.  Well, duh…

The world’s largest organism is pretty dang old [via].

The Adventures of Dillon Helbig’s Crismis by Dillon His Self [via].

[Top image: The Angel of Meep dates to 2017, found here.]


From the Archives: 1 year ago. 5 years ago. 10 years ago.

Saturday Matinee – Rail Yard Ghosts, The Spuny Boys & The BoDeans

Railyard Ghosts are a self-described “deathgrass band” from Minnesota, but are categorized by others as a folk punk  orchestra. Their lineup is constantly changing, excepting Ms. RabbitTail Abigail and Mr. Riley Coyote. Not much more about them here.

The Spunyboys covered Ronnie Dawson‘s 1959 hit Rockin’ Bones with reverence in 2018, Villeneuve St. George, France.

The BoDeans formed in 1986 in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and they’re still at it. Recorded in 1993 and performed here in 2015, Closer to Free is their biggest hit to date.

Looks like something big and nasty is comin’ round the mountain, and it’s not gonna be fun. Hope the effects don’t affect us as much as I think they will, but we’ll carry on. See you back here tomorrow and we’ll do laundry.

The .Gif Friday Post No. 729 – Raccoon Recovery, Trippy Halftime & Passing Class

[Found here and here; don’t know where the raccoon came from.]

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