Dude’s too quiet…
Dude’s too quiet…
Ah’m Mr. T, an’ I came here on dis tank Snickas gave me befo’ they passed me up fo a skinny white dude wit a guitar and a brotha wit a manipulative last name! Grrrrrrrrrr! It really frazzles mah beard, ya know?
But the point ah be sayin is I’ma hunkah down here until I git an actin opportunity beyon’ Flavorwave ovens.
You foos watch dat?
You see what ah mean.
Anyway, ah’m providin’ the word of this week: “pity.”
Here we go, third installment.
Once again, on a basis of previous knowledge and appearance, what do you think?
And on account of him being dead for 4224 years, that’s all I have for appearance. I’m gonna milk him of achievements and unachievements. Mostly from wikipedia. Here goes nothing.
Why did I choose this guy? Anyway, unachievements:
And that’s all I have to say. This is a tough decision… I’m gonna have to make him…
But just on the verge of awesome.
This week, I used the random word generator to find an obscure noun.
I came back with “kaver.” And you wanna know what a kaver is? It’s a gentle breeze in these islands by Scotland. Look at how depressing the wikipedia page is. And they call it an orphan right on the site. That’s a real downer.
When they say obscure, they mean obscure. You know what? I’m gonna get an obscure adjective to describe kaver.
Unexultant Kaver. Is it just me or does that sound like some sort of Indie band? Speaking of which, if you go through my more recent posts, you’ll find a list of band names. Just tack Unexultant Kaver to the bottom of that list if you happen to read it sometime.
And that is the IPB word grouping of the week.
I think this might be an interesting thing to do. You know, ripping ideas from Bunk Strutts.
Anyways, the point is I’ve selected 3 songs of which I am fond and I will be putting them up. And then I guess I’ll throw in something from my youtube favorites all special just for all of you.
My first selection would be The Clash. Don’t really feel like describing the videos any more than that. They can do the talking.
And the next video is a song called Nun Fight by Paul and Storm, one of the two artists that emerged in the aughts that I really enjoy listening to, the second being Jonathan Coulton.
That video probably also offended God like the previous two posts. My apologies. I’ll have to call up Jesus and we can go barbequing.
But with all heresy aside, here’s Elvis Costello.
Hope you enjoyed that, you ever-present, mostly not-commenting readers. Here’s your cool video I promised you.
Sources are available by watching the videos on youtube.
But no matter what the apocalypse, I think it’d be fun to have a post-apocalyptic blog. If I haven’t been incinerated, zombified or engulfed in flaming beard. That blog stuff would be there forever, you know? Imagine when the human race has ended, a new species arises. An operational computer would be a great discovery. That is, if they learned the language somehow, of course (Google Translate?). And now, I’m imagining what they would think of this blog…
“This Chuck Norris… This Mr. T… They must have been deities. They must be eternal and all-powerful. WE MUST WORSHIP THEM.”
They would be right, obviously. I can see it now. A religious war, on one end the T-ists, on the other the Chuck-lims.
That’d be awesome.
By the way, pictures are linked to their sources.
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