Monthly Archives: October 2011

Sunday morning gospel

Another gem from Gold City. Advertisements

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Made in America: part 2

Won’t buy nothing he can’t fix With WD-40 and a Crafstman wrench He ain’t prejudiced he’s just made in America Not only does the old man gladly pay higher prices for American goods – he favors sustainability and self-reliance. Instead … Continue reading

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Made in America: part 1

Toby Keith is weird. My first exposure to his music was as a teenager listening to country on the radio, specifically this song: Even though I found the song amusing then, and still do, in a way, for the most … Continue reading

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Snow

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Um… Herman? WTF?!

This isn’t a political blog, per se, but I just couldn’t pass up this stunningly bizarre campaign ad from Herman Cain. Especially as I’m in GOP country, I’m keeping an eye on the Republican primary. I had to explain to … Continue reading

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A song for Sunday morning

I love this video on so many levels. A spectacular performance of a great song, and the audience reactions are priceless.

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Redneck life

The other night I was hanging out with some friends who live in a neighboring hamlet, about thirty miles distant. We ate brownies packed with several kinds of candy bar and listened to Eminem radio on Pandora.com. After the children were packed off … Continue reading

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