Dear Fellow Patriot,
You know, this never works when I use it as a pickup line.
Also, does the Romney family have some sort of financial stake in the blue-and-white shirt industry?
Cry to Heaven – Meat Loaf
Places West of Shawnapee – The Skygreen Leopards
Chimes of Freedom – The Byrds
Lawyers, Guns, and Money – Warren Zevon
It’s No Use – The Byrds
Worthless Thing – Elvis Costello
Call on Me – Chicago
Glad To See You Go – The Ramones
Dear Old Shiz – Wicked
All Stripped Down – Tom Waits
And for the weekend…Femme Fatale – The Velvet Underground
Meh. Kind of a B-Sides feel to this one.
And given that the city was on lockdown, Goldstein’s Makeshift Militia would have no choice but to bust down doors and look for suspicious people. And given that they all know what ‘suspicious people’ look like, they’d find the target. You know, after a few tries.
Goldstein sees militarized police forces, but his answer isn’t ‘stop giving them military-grade weapons’ so much as ‘give everyone ELSE military weapons.’ He will not rest until the entire world looks like the scenery in a Fallout game.
I’ve still got some pretty good record stores in my area that I go to pretty often. Got shit to do today, though.
Day Tripper – Cheap Trick
Summersong – The Decemberists
Arriving UFO – Yes
Stranger Than Fiction – Bad Company
Bad For You – The Bodeans
Liberty Belle – Super Furry Animals
1969 – Boards of Canada
I Will Follow – U2
Scars – Rush
Peace Frog – The Doors
And one more: The Black Angel’s Death Song – The Velvet Underground
I’m amazed that Jennifer Rubin is still employed. Even beyond her nutjob political opinions, everything she’s written just makes her seem like a callous, passive-aggressive asshole, to her own co-workers at this point. That’s some kinda job security.
I’m just mad that hunks of burnin’ love like Mike DeWine and Ken Cuccinelli go so unloved. (But yeah, I didn’t get it either. He said she looks nice, not that she’s incompetent or hysterical or slept her way to the top. Pick your battles, folks.)
Knife Edge – Emerson, Lake, and Palmer
Blight Takes All – Trail of Dead
Italian Guy – Cake
The Weeping Song – Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
03:45: No Sleep – The Cardigans
Old Shoes and Picture Postcards – Tom Waits
Margaret in Captivity – The Decemberists
The World Keep on Turning – Fleetwood Mac
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down – The Band
The Battle of Evermore – Led Zeppelin
and one more: The Sweetest Things – U2
See you at the movies, Roger.
If There is a Chance – The Cardigans
Gimme Some Lovin – The Toasters
Following Rita – Train
Stranger Than Fiction – Bad Company
I Don’t Blame You – Cat Power
Too Late – Asia
Close But No Cigar – Weird Al Yankovic
Sledgehammer – Peter Gabriel
I’ve Lost My Baby – Fleetwood Mac
Terror Bird – The Mae Shi
Stones in the Road – Mary Chapin Carpenter
Solid lineup. Hope things start going better for you, Mr. Bogg.
Have you ever been so hungry you started eating a chair?
Did my own intermittent “Try to keep the local record store solvent” trip today and stocked up on ’90s bands that I should be better acquainted with than I am. Pavement, Weezer, Los Lobos, Nick Cave, etc. They’re not in the library yet so let’s see what does come up:
In The Beginning – The Moody Blues
A Fond Farewell – Elliott Smith
Hobo’s Blues – Paul Simon
Don’t Kill The Whale – Yes
Barely Breathing – Duncan Sheik
Doctor Brown – Fleetwood Mac
Time to Kill – The Band
Fallen Angel – King Crimson
Election Day – Arcadia
King Solomon’s Marbles – The Grateful Dead
And one more…My Baby’s In Love With Eddie Vedder – Weird Al Yankovic. Oh hell yes.
“This meeting is not taking place, menschen.”
Spaghetti Lee commented on the blog post “What I wouldn’t give for a large sock with horse manure in it…”
Go to the wealthy area of your town, throw a rock in any direction and you will inevitably hit a well-off woman
Violence! Aggression! Patriarchy! Also, my town doesn’t even have a ‘wealthy area’, you assumption-maker, you!
Hmph. That’s the old Shakira gif. I want a refund!
What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
The Great Escape – Marillion
The Widow’s Man – Company
The Messenger – Yes
Babe – Styx
Late In The Evening – Paul Simon
One Year of Love – Queen
Poor Poor Pitiful Me – Warren Zevon
Lost Sailor – The Grateful Dead
What Is This Feeling? – Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel
and one more: Don’t Give Up on Me – Fastball.
Huh. Unusually sentimental this time.
Boom shaka laka.
Big Red – The Toasters
Virgen Madre de Dios – SAVAE
Omegaman – The Police
Every Little Thing She Does is Magic – The Police (!)
Exit Music (For a Film) – Radiohead
Midnight Lullaby – Tom Waits
Without Hope You Cannot Start The Day – Yes
I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better – The Byrds
Too Drunk to Dream – The Magnetic Fields
Maggie M’Gill – The Doors
Aquestando Toneceria – SAVAE
The rare double-repeat. Must mean I need more music.
6 days a week…you guess which.
Which night is Dancing with the Stars on?
Spaghetti Lee commented on the blog post The First Rule Of Slap Fight Is: ‘Not In The Face’
‘elp ‘elp I’m bein’ repressed! Now you see the violence inherent in the system!
Until Ben Shapiro is free to talk about how pre-marital sex is a tool of the devil without people making fun of him, none of us are free! We shall o-ver-coooooome…
Man, you just can’t make up your mind about this Random Ten thing, it keeps going back and forth, up and down, round and round, but it’s still so enticing. Kind of like…something. Can’t figure out what.
Love or Confusion – Jimi Hendrix
Blue Eyed Soul – Wilco
Face to Face – Yes
Who Wants to Live Forever – Queen
The Man I Love – Coleman Hawkins
Suffragette City -David Bowie
A Distorted Reality is Now a Necessity to Be Free – Elliott Smith
Fragments- Manic Street Preachers
Polka Power! – Weird Al Yankovic
Broken-Hearted Savior – Big Head Todd and the Monsters
See, people, this is what happens when you let your Hunger Games fanfic get out of hand.
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