Saturday Matinee – A NY Mom, The Paladins, The Fabulous Thunderbirds & The Stray Cats

If you have children or grandchildren in public school, or know someone who does, watch this before YouTube takes it down.


Now for the fun stuff.

The Paladins were/are an underrated but great 3-man flat head six rockabilly band. I saw them decades ago opening for The Fabulous Thunderbirds at the original Golden Bear.

That’s the original T-Bird lineup from 1980
Jimmie Vaughan (guitar)
Kim Wilson (harmonica)
Fran Christina (drums)
Keith Ferguson (bass)
covering Slim Harpo‘s Baby Scratch My Back.

Brian Setzer & The Stray Cats did Eddie Cochran righteously in 1981. (Wanna feel old? Look at Brian Setzer now.)

That’s gonna do it for now. Have a great weekend, see you back here tomorrow and we’ll, um, you know. Do stuff.

Author: Bunk Strutts

Boogah Boogah.

6 thoughts on “Saturday Matinee – A NY Mom, The Paladins, The Fabulous Thunderbirds & The Stray Cats”

    1. Some things need to be spread around the internet, and that is one of them. The indoctrination of children in evil doctrine disturbs me a lot. They were just starting that garbage when I was in school (mostly rewriting history) but I never believed it could become mainstream.

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  1. The rest of the people siting in the audience should have been standing up and agreeing with that woman. They did nothing not even clapping after she was done. She has to fight them also it seems. She is totally correct in her speech. Those idiots work for that woman at the podium not the other way around. And who picked these people on the board if they are volunteers? The local blm and antifia commie? Hope she prevails in her quest for a better education system.

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    1. By not applauding (due to cowardice?) they made her words even more poignant.
      “No answer, huh. You have no answers for me. I didn’t expect an answer. That’s okay, though… we’ll get them some way or another.”

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