The Day the Music Died

26 03 2015


“Well, St. Louis strikes again.”

One more time, and Don McLean can rework the lyrics to his most famous song.

They’re Not That Dangerous

24 02 2015



“Why isn’t my record label ponying up the $2 million it’s gonna take to bail me out of jail?”

What a big heaping steaming stinking pile of dumb.

Like I’ve been saying, if they had brains, they’d truly be dangerous, but thankfully they’re not that dangerous.

Aiming For Second

15 02 2015

The second best version of this song.  Which is winning because the original will never be beaten.  I couldn’t help but think of this song, today being ten years after.

Video of Gov. Nixon’s 2015 State of the State Address

22 01 2015

Jefferson City

The New Old New

17 01 2015

Your Blogmeister’s Desk

1985 was 30 years ago.  1955 was 30 years before 1985.

So why does a 1985 song sound a lot newer here in 2015 than a 1955 song did in 1985?

I Gotta Do It

16 12 2014

Charlottesville, Virginia

With the theme of shattered or broken glass presenting so often in the Great Rolling Stone UVA Rape Hoax of 2014, and those details being crucial in the story’s unraveling, I dedicate this song to the whole saga.

Five, six, seven, eight…

Hey, I Have to Lighten the Mood Somehow.

26 11 2014

Did you know that Bobby Caldwell was once a victim of housing discrimination?

He wanted to rent a luxury condo but was mysteriously turned down.  In the resulting investigation, the cops who seized documents for the fair housing bureaucrats found that someone wrote on his application these words with a big bold black marker:


Yeah, I know, I did this same lame joke with Rick Astley.



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