Nothing Much Happened Today.

Best I can figure is it happened on or before 6 February 2013 and the photos are from NBC7 San Diego.

[Found here.]

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Walking Up A One Way Street, Willie Tee (1965) Wilson Turbinton (1944-2007),  professionally known as Willie Tee, started out as a sousaphone player, became a member of The Wild Magnolias (a New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian tribe) and had a successful career writing and performing early soul & funk. He was inducted into the Carolina Beach Music Hall of Fame (2005) and the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame (2007). He succumbed to colon cancer just four weeks after diagnosis.

Dorktopus.

Don’t touch it.

A brand new tie.

Abandon Everything.

Ask the pumper dude.

Juan Thompson’s dad.

Dinner  table has a flaw.

Time To End The Denial.

Remember: Whales have hands.

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Watch Cobol replace Fortran only to be bitchslapped by Pascal in (compressed) real time.

[Top image found here.]


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Saturday Matinee – Pupsi, Best Coast & Clarence Gatemouth Brown

All Star (Smashmouth cover) by Pupsi & The Melons. Watch the carving & tuning process, or jump to 1:44 for the song.

I heard a song years ago, lost the title and the band name, and after many failed attempts I gave up looking.  After all these years I found it:
Our Deal by Best Coast. Very cool 1960s reverb retro sound; there’s a live version here.

Clarence Gatemouth Brown (1924-2005) was a rare talent, played multiple stylesm and if you told him a 10 penny nail was a musical instrument, he could play it.

Guess that’ll do for a last-minute collection, so have a great weekend and we’ll see you back here tomorrow for more, you know, stuff.

Oh, and that song I’d been looking for since 2015? I found it here

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

[Found here, here and here.]

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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.]


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