Hot Links of the Tokoloshe



The Broken Chair.

THE record breaker.

Window silhouettes.

Free paper organ templates.

This guy says he got it from Agnes.

The Stockport Spiderman [h/t @stumpymoose].

Interactive Wave is kinda cool. Click around on it.

First they ruined this. Then they ruined that. The PC police ruin everything.

When u social distance so well that the cops have to find u by helicopter.

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

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5 Responses to “Hot Links of the Tokoloshe”

  1. Leonard Jones Says:

    I knew the instant I saw the link about Agnus, I was going to
    see the Professor Tom classic. Back in the seventies, I never
    missed the Dr. Demento show on KMET.

  2. Bunk Strutts Says:

    Leonard– I was introduced to Lehrer earlier. My dad had a copy of this:

  3. wheels Says:

    *I* had a copy of that, along with a couple of others. I think my daughter absconded with them a few years ago.

    I’ve been trying to get around to learning “I Got It From Agnes” on my ukulele; I’ve been singing it for years.

    Stephen Green (the Vodkapundit) once told me that I was doing fatherhood correctly, because my daughter could sing along with Tom Lehrer.

  4. Bunk Strutts Says:

    Although I’m familiar with Lehrer’s stuff, I didn’t run across that particular song until recently. Kind of appropriate for the times, and Vodkapundit’s assessment was correct.

  5. wheels Says:

    Well, that was one of only a few songs that the record company wouldn’t let him put on an album. His original LPs were released sometime in the 1950s, I believe, and the days of “banned in Boston” lasted until the late 1960s or so. My Tom Lehrer LPs were reissues from the 1970s, IIRC.

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