I was sitting in my Economics 1010 class today, when briefly after watching a video I saw this link. I said to myself, “I have to watch this as soon as I can.” So to succinctly describe communism in a nutshell is this video from Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr.
Note that today’s post is one of the few on the Internet which is not about Steve Jobs’ latest creation, the iPad. Also note that we will not be making any lame jokes about the iPad Mini, the iPad Maxi or the iPad With Wings. Also, also note that we will not be making any jokes about the Apple Marketing Department caressing their inner womanhood, ever so slightly at first in a circular motion, then harder while reversing the direction, becoming slightly faster as the heavy breathing begins, harder and faster in the opposite direction, gripping the sheets with the other hand while … wait …
Sorry, I went off on a tangent.
The truth is, we here at blogitude.com feel that testosterone-laden innuendo should never be mixed with feminine hygiene products, or the body parts that the aforementioned products are used on. Especially not when it’s Steve Jobs…
Ack, another tangent… only that one did manage to make me throw up in my mouth a bit….
Now, seriously, back on subject. Testosterone and feminine products just don’t mix. The results can be… well… something like this video…
Now, I certainly hope you’ve all learned your lesson.
I was sitting around a few weeks ago, and R.B. Morris came in, sat down and said, “Hey, man.” Typical conversation followed, as per usual.
“Hey, man, I got something for you,” he said as he turned looking for something. “Hey, here’s my new CD! I just got them today, so don’t say I never gave ya nothin’!” And there it was, his brand new CD, Spies Lies and Burning Eyes.
“Ummm, okay, so, umm, I should take this thing and rip it to MP3 and post it on the Internet, huh?”
“You can do whatever you want to with it, man! Just… Hey, wait…”
And thus, once we got my inner — and outer — smartass out of the way, R.B.’d made a pretty cool decision.
“Man, ya know what, I just want this out there,” he said. “I want the public hearing it. I want to focus on the CD Release Party on January 30th at Barley’s, and I want people to get the word out!”
“But, remember … isn’t track four about me?” I grinned, as a silly reference to a conversation weeks before.
“Not you, Mark Steel. It’s about…” he trails, looking at the next guy coming in the door, and points… “Him!”
And so, without further adieu… we bring you…
R.B. Morris – Spies Lies and Burning Eyes
Hope you enjoyed it, and hope to see you at Barley’s Taproom in Knoxville’s Old City on January 30th at 9PM for the Official CD Release Party!
RB MORRIS CD RELEASE SHOW
For his New CD, Spies Lies and Burning Eyes
January 10th, 2010 at Barley’s Taproom
RB Morris, including the old Nashville band featuring Kenny Vaughan, Dave Jacques, and Paul Griffith. Joining along with RB and the Irregulars is Hector Qirko.
Opening the show will be Jake Winstrom (formerly of the Tenderhooks) with his new backing band.
Now — Spread the word and tell your friends!
Mark your Calendars, and be there — it’s your penance for listening to, and probably attempting to steal, his music for free over the Internet. 😉
“General” Larry Platt — as opposed to a single, specific Larry Platt — seems to have caused a stir in the world of reality television and the Internet by singing and dancing to his original masterwork, “Pants on the Ground.”
This does, of course, underscore the reason I don’t watch television. But I’m certain that the brilliant marketing machine which is Fox Network’s American Idol just gathered a few million new viewers for airing this foolishness…
Not to be outdone, of course, NBC had their own take on this soon-to-be-hit song, thanks to the talented sarcasm of former Saturday Night Live star, Jimmy “Neil Young” Fallon.
Amusingly, Jimmy Fallon’s satirical take made more sense than the actual Neil Young’s last album…