oooo…. belt-fed 12 gauge.
Zombie apocalypses will never be the same!
Updated: In the spirit of my previous post, belt-fed 12 gauge Benny Hillified. Or probably more appropriately, Epic-ified.
Because everything is funnier with Yakety Sax as a soundtrack, we have The Benny Hillifier.
There’s also Instant Epic. Or Instant Tragedy.
You know you’ve wanted your very own KISS Viewmaster.
The KISS Viewmaster
I started my study of Kuk Sool under Dewain Perry. Dewain’s a spectacular martial artist: very physically capable, understands both the art and the science, and really had a higher standard of excellence: his school was always well-regarded. He knew how to throw down and get physical, and I appreciated that. One thing that Dewain was good at was putting on demonstrations that were both action-packed and entertaining. Here’s a video of one of his most entertaining demos:
Another thing done in the past was “The Curse of Chubbs”
Make your band’s album cover meme:
- Go to Wikipedia. Hit “random” or click here. The first rando Wikipedia article you get is the name of your band.
- Go to the Quotations Page and select “random quotations” or click here. The last four or five words of the very last quote on the page is the title of your first album.
- Go to Flickr and click on “explore the last seven days”, or click here. The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.
- Use Photoshop or similar to put it all together.
- Post it with this instructional text, tag your friends.
The first EP release from Lisma — Silence Is More Musical Than Any Song.
No, this isn’t a comment about the stimulus boondoggle or anything else Obama, Pelosi, and company are doing… but it sure could be.
No, this is about one of the classic Monty Python sketches, one that any good geek has memorized in full.
From Once Upon a Win: Shel Silverstein.
Where the Sidewalk Ends was one of my favorite books when I was a kid, and I still love it. We’ve own most of his books and all the kids love reading them.
One that I love to recite at the kids from time to time:
Teddy said it was a hat,
and so I put it on.
Now Dad is saying,
“Where the heck’s the toilet plunger gone?”
And now for something completely different. The Fish Slapping Dance.