Okay so now we’ve got a food theme going.
The Rutles were one great parody band (perhaps surpassed by but even that is arguable). The album “All You Need Is Cash” is so spot-on that those who don’t know it was a hoax think it’s the real Fab Four Try it. It really sounds like a Beatles Greatest Hits compilation.
Dylan Hears A Who is awesome, also. Lemme know if you want a .zip file that includes the CD liner notes.
Have a great weekend, folks. See you back here tomorrow when we’ll discuss unprovable allegations from over 30 years ago attempting to destroy an honorable man’s career, family and life by people who have no ethics and want to eradicate the U.S. Constitution by fiat.
That octopus is awesome.
Image above from Walt Kelly‘s “Kluck Klams,” an evisceration of the KKK. The Pogo Poop Book was a collection of things that Kelly wanted to say in his daily comic strips but couldn’t, due to left-wing censorship.
Dancer and Prancer and a few Vixens here.
“If we aren’t allowed to test shampoo on monkeys, how will we ever know if our monkeys are clean?” – Diesel Kroese. Diesel helped me start this blog a long time ago, so now he spams me with his book adverts. Payback’s a bitch.
Best versions of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star you’ll ever hear.
Speaking of “Hot Rod Lincoln, THIS is the perhaps the best version I’ve heard.
There are some surprises, so stay with it.
“The Wizard of Mental Telepathy” Harry Ingalls suckered thousands.
This spam comment showed up in our inbox yesterday and it made me smile:
Octopus action is cool despite crappy video.
Oh, and one more thing. Do This.
Saddened by the loss of his long-time hunting friend Inqui, Suaciq O’Neil mourns in front of a Fuji Kōgaku camera with a 50mm lens using 400+ASA film pushed to 1000, with a manually reduced f-stop that he mentally calculated as being in the realm of either 20/3×0.5, 21/3×0.5, 22/3×0.5, 23/3×0.5, or 24/3×0.5, and with an octopod for stability in the frozen arctic wind.
“Watch out where the huskies go,” he warned.
Cold water, gentle cycle, no bleach, then line dry so they don’t shrink up. Cool iron only, no steam.
Wash them twice a year only, in March and August (it’s not too late for this season), and your hats should last a lifetime.
Better yet, have a ‘Pod Wash Party like we did last week. While the hats were drying, they cooled the patio as well. If you folks have had a ‘Pod Wash recently, post your stories in the comments. (Don’t be shy… just about everybody has at least one tale to tell!)