[Found here, here and here. Goosewalker h/t Gord S.]
UPDATE: Duck skeleton was likely from a 1933 animation The Mascot / The Devils Ball. Again, h/t Gord S.
Stray Polyps from the Internest
Right Around The Corner, The “5” Royales (1956) The Royal Sons Quintet, aka The Royals, aka The “5” Royales were a gospel group that made the crossover to R&B and laid the foundation for what would later be called Soul Music. Active during the years 1951 through 1965, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015.
Armed robbery is hard in Russia.
Bunkerville is a good name for a blog.
Recreating a 121 year old hamburger.
“Cool costume, bro, but what ARE you?”
Anyone besides me want to see him attacked by giant lagoon weasels?
The saddest Egyptian god. He has a dung beetle for a head.
[Top image: Bean goose flying upside down (“whiffling”) near Arnhem, Netherlands. It’s a quick maneuver by young show offs. More here.]
From the Archives: 1 year ago. 5 years ago. 10 years ago.
Nice card trick… heh. Story behind it here.
Goose! Guy shoulda wrung its neck and brought the catch home. Yum!
And after you clean it, save the goose grease.
The late Roy Buchanan tells why.
The Beat Farmers‘ “Glad ‘N Greasy” fits. Poor video from the early 80s(?) was part of a demo tape they circulated. (Two of the original members are gone: Country Dick Montana and Buddy Blue.)
The Bryan Beller Band‘s “Greasy Wheel” is a nice bit of groovy oddness. (Listen for the Zappa influence… there’s a reason for that.)
That’s five vids to make the set. Have a great weekend, folks, and we’ll see you back here tomorrow.