Maniacal Laughter

Posted: March 6, 2013 in Music nobody listens to

more videos, sosumi.

Funny how Record release Tuesdays, an artifact of vinyl release and distribution schedules, is still in effect.  Totally artificial at this point.

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Comments
  1. ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© says:

    I blame B^4.
    ~

  2. ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© says:

    Don’t know why. You know who I blame, though.
    ~

  3. mikey says:

    Not to be critical or “aggro” – it’s your weblog and there’s no “rong” way to do this – but these video posts leave very little in the way of meat to speak to. Either you talk about the band, or you go radically off topic, or you just nod your head and say “Dooooooooooood” and move on to TBogg. Now being as how I recommend this weblog as a source of “banter” and pointless debate over things we essentially already agree on. Especially if one is not predisposed to listen to music one has never fucking heard of.

    All of which should serve to explain why I don’t comment on this – it’s not you. I’m sure it’s me…

  4. OBS and thndr seem to be enjoying theyselves, though. I imagine they haven’t gone blind yet.

  5. Not to be critical or “aggro”

    WHO ARE YOU AND WHAT DID YOU DO WITH MIKEY?

  6. Now being as how I recommend this weblog as a source of “banter” and pointless debate over things we essentially already agree on

    Grammar zombie dings you for a sentence fragment. BACK TO YOUR DESK.

    ….however, you could also try to start a pun thread. Not too easy here, admittedly.

  7. Seen at GOS:

    Next Tuesday, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan will unveil the GOP’s latest budget document, a plan that party leaders say will balance the budget within ten years.

    Back to Kennedy-era progressive taxation rates, I guess, because that’s the only thing that won’t kill the economy stone dead.

    HAH. I kid. I know it will be nothing but kicking the poors, the blahs and brahs, and the olds.

  8. mikey says:

    Nah, Ryan’s got it dicked.

    Step 1. Cap federal revenues at 17% of GDP,
    Step 2. Reduce non-defense domestic discretionary spending to under 3% of GDP
    Step 3. Profit!!!

    Hey, what are you looking at? If you start with the goal of balancing expenditures and revenues, this would certainly work. Sure, there might be other ways to do it, but this is one of ’em, no doubt.

    And hey. What could possibly go wrong?

    For Paul Ryan, that is…

    • mikey says:

      Of course, you have to cover your ears and sing LALALALALA REAL loud so you don’t have to face the fact that American federal spending will rise to 24% of GDP in the next 20 years or so…