Keleusmatical Hot Links

Guitar Boogie Shuffle, The Virtues (1958) Recorded as Guitar Boogie Shuffle in 1953 by both The Esquire Boys and The Super-Sonics, Frank Virtue (aka Frank Virtuoso) was 35 when he recorded this cover of Arthur Smith & His Crackerjacks 1948 hit Guitar Boogie.

My opinion.

Poncho Sales.

Dog likes Pavarotti.

Don’t try this at home.

Now about this QAnon business…

Banjo Boy. (It’s not who you think it is.}

The first “toy” to be advertised on TV.

A bored Viking traced his feet 1100 years ago.

Why is that person running? [h/t Feral Irishman]

What Did Jack Do is 17 minutes of pure David Lynch.

Top image: The missus was about to pitch these cool shades, and my new mask stops BBs at 800fps, so it ought to be able to stop a flying ‘Rona. I’ll test it out at the clinic on Monday.

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

Author: Bunk Strutts

Boogah Boogah.

6 thoughts on “Keleusmatical Hot Links”

        1. I have the CD. It’s not part of my digitized music library, though. When I put it into my PC (I had a Windows desktop back when I bought the CD), it immediately started to automatically install software, and I was concerned that it was the Sony rootkit, which was an issue at the time.

          I like the album, and I’ll play it in a simple CD player, but most of my CDs are currently stored away in boxes, because I have around two weeks’ worth of digitized music on my laptop.


          1. Rootkits can be nasty – I learned my lesson about 10 years ago. Actually I learned the lesson twice.

            Aside from that, I’m not sure why your comments always end up in moderation. You must have a cool scrambler.


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