Stray Polyps from the Internest
I was distracted yesterday by stuff in meatworld, so this Edition of The Saturday Matinee is a tad late. I promise that it’ll happen again.
This is a jawdropper. They wanted to demolish a masonry silo, yet save the roof “for the kids.” Rather than using explosives, they used sledgehammers. Watch the whole thing for the commentary, or jump to about 09:00 for the awesome.
[Short cutesy version found here.]
Kenny Wayne Shepherd, with some interesting sidemen. Soylent Green has the scoop. [Caution – some of his posts are NSFK & NSFW, which is unfortunate IMO. He’s got good stuff otherwise.]
Joe Cocker‘s cover of the Lovin’ Spoonful‘s 1966 hit “Summer In The City” is a good ‘un, and fitting, too. It’s so hot here the dog melted.
To our fans (especially the one that runs all night in the bedroom): Please don’t burn up your motor and quit on us until the temperatures cool off a bit. As for the rest of you, see you back here tomorrow.
Eventually we’ll get around to posting vids just for The Squeamish, but until then, have a great weekend folks. See you back here tomorrow, assuming you’re not squeamish.
Full screen is cool. [Found here.]
Comment found on the Utoobage:
Wooow! It takes a certain level of 3rd world engineering to pull off a demo that is usually only possible in CARTOON PHYSICS!
Classic version of Chuck Berry’s classic.
Classic verison of Bob Marley’s classic.
Yawkin’ Foo some people summertime…