Raccoons stirrin’ up sh*t.
Toni Tee & Liquid Wisdom on a bus. They play a cool variety of music (reggae, rock, funk, soul, hiphop, punkadelic) but it’s tough to find a vid with decent a/v on the Utoobage. [h/t Bunkessa – yeah she scored two hits this week; this one and the one above.]
Can’t fight corruption with con tricks;
They use the law to commit crime.
And I dread, dread to think what the future will bring,
When we’re living in gangster time.
Have a great weekend, folks, and let’s see what happens tomorrow.
Another year has passed and we’d like to thank those who took precious minutes out of their lives to visit Tacky Raccoons. We don’t know who you are, but we know where you live.That image may or may not impress you, but there are 196 Countries in the world and Tacky Raccoons has been visited by inhabitants of 199 of them. Go figger.
Muchisimas grassyass to those of you who clicked the “like” button and/or who linked to this site – it reminds us that we’re not alone with the Russian bots. As for y’all who took time to leave comments, donkey shane:
May you all have a Happy and Prosperous New Year. –Bunk
Interesting concept: an online collaborative to write stories with multiple authors in real time.
How to make a very cool simple electric train.
Fun facts to know and tell:
Bears’ closest living relatives are pinnipeds (seals, sea lions and walruses).
Pinnipeds’ closest living relatives are bears and musteloids (skunks, weasels and raccoons).
The German word for “raccoon” is Waschbär, which translates literally to “Wash Bear.”
Viral video by Russel Houghton – Urban Isolation. L.A. without traffic.
This is possibly The Greatest DooWop song ever recorded, by The Channels.
Your Telephone Of Tomorrow: Fairly accurate prediction from September 1956, and source of the *ahem* top image.
P.S. We get notifications of new followers from time to time, and we like to see who you are, so we stop by your blogs out of curiosity. Our readers are an eclectic mix of all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities and nationalities. We’ve known this for years, courtesy of WordPress, RevolverMaps and other sources.
That said, here’s the website of a recent follower, both disturbing and fascinating at the same time. NSFK except as a warning to those who choose to tread a similar path.
Another year has passed and we’d like to thank those who took precious minutes out of their lives to visit Tacky Raccoons. We don’t know who you are, but we know where you live. You’re good peeps.
We’re never sure how much traffic we get is real or from Russian bots attempting to break the spam blockade to sell cheap knockoff handbags and embiggification pills. Muchisimas grassyass to those of you who clicked the “like” button and/or who linked to this site – it reminds us that we’re not alone with the Russian bots.
As for those who took time to leave comments, donkey shane:
Amy Oops, Arnie, Audrey, berdi726, bill126, breakroomstories, Brian, Bunkarina, Calo, charlottecarrendar, Cindy, clementinegoesusa, complicatedpov, Dale Weeks, Dana, Dan Johanson, da_truth36, Dorcas, Duane Helton, ed, Emma, Ezekiel Fish, Feng, fluffstravels, Fritz, Gabriel, George Weaver, GP, IzaakMak, Jacky Torres, Jane, Jason B. Ladd, JMKhapra, Joe, John M., josephfromspain, kdub, kirk, laurendarcybruce, LC Aggie Sith, Lindy Jordan, Macker, Malik, mopowerdon, My father too served in England in WW2, NoNamePlease, oddboxcomics, Opinionated Man, otterhavver, planetross, Richard Huggins, RiverUnderWater, Sad Man’s Tongue: Rockabilly Bar & Bistro – Prague, Scout Paget, smartygal, Soylent Green, studentmissalexis, susank456, theliteraryhorse, The Necromancer, The Watcher, thomasnwafor , Tiki Man, Tony McGurk, VE, wheels, Xraypics, yourothermotherhere and zachandclem.
Happy New Year, folks. Wish you the best. — Bunk
It’s the end of another year says Captain Obvious, and we’d like to thank those who took precious minutes out of their lives to visit Tacky Raccoons. We don’t know who you are, but we know where you live. You’re good peeps.
Although this place isn’t really a forum-type site, the occasional comments remind us that we’re not alone in the half-vast blogosphere.
Amy Oops, andBerlin, Arend Maatkamp, Ashraf, azmrmacs, Barbara Swarm, bob-decco, Bunkessa, Bunkarina, Calo, Catherine Andronik, Chiqui, da_truth6, da_truth36, Dale Weeks, Dan Johanson, David (1), David (2), devilintheflesh, df’s puddy tat, doriangrey1, Dr. N. Igma, edrevets, EmmetEarwax, Eni Lidiaw, G Eagle Esq, Gabriel, Guy in Ohio, hahabuda, idiotprufs, Ispeakjive, istillgotmyguitar, Jane, Jeremy, Jimmy, joanne casey, joe, John M., Jose Galofre Manero-SPAIN_europe, justanotherinsignificant, Kay Jessica Critchfield, kdub, LC Aggie Sith, Leeuna Foster, Lemur King, Lily, M. Hassan, macduffer1, Macker, ~mari, mfhorn, midnightvisitor, Mike, Mrmacs, myworldlyobsessions, nonoymanga, nursemyra, Nul ptyx, Pasties, PetsLady, planetross, raincoaster, RazoR Burnes, RisingPhoenix, Rocket, ryankane, scot, site, Soylent Green, Stan, Stephen Brooke, taylorjorjorian, thechildhoodhero, theliteraryhorse, The Necromancer, The Iatrophobe, theuglymoose, The Watcher, Tony Convey, Tony McGurk, VE, Wheels, W. R. Woolf & yourmotherhere.
Happy New Year, folks. Wish you the best. — Bunk