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Above: The Hav-Mor Family ca. 1947. They performed at county fairs advertising fertilizer produced by The Tennessee Corporation. (Jack “Pop” Pettett is on the right blowing smoke; Ray Courts on banjo.)

2001: A Spoof Odyessy.

Cool Food.

Random Garfield Generator, because everything is funnier than Garfield.

Pleased to meet you. What’s your name? [via]

Long time listener, first time caller Ken forwarded us this link o’ golf bloopers.

What It’s Really Like To Work In A Music Store:
Part I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
Part V

The Foxfire Project began in the early 1970s to preserve the folklore and knowledge of elderly rural Appalachians. Through taped and written interviews, high school students amassed enough stories for several volumes of pure Americana. They’re available in .pdf format here, other sources here.  (The files are huge, might take some time to download.)

Andrea Joseph’s Sketchbook is teh awesome.

I kinda like this tune by my blogbud Dorian.

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2 Responses to “State of the Art Hot Links”

  1. Dan Says:

    We have the Foxfire series in (very thick) trade paperbacks. Excellent reading, but much of it is pretty worthless info.

  2. Bunk Strutts Says:

    Dan– It’s worthless only for those who already know how to trap, dress and prepare possum properly. =)

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