Friday, October 31, 2014

Sites To See #408

The SOLE purpose of this series is to help call attention to sites that I think many would find most interesting—in one way or another.  Just to be clear, inclusion in this series is not necessarily meant as an endorsement, and I have included sites that I found rather disturbing.  The link below each image is to the site itself, and each image is linked to the particular post from which it was taken when applicable.  Please, go see for yourself.  Oh, and as of August 10, 2012, I will be no longer including sites that have auto-play and word verification engaged.











 Link: [svelteSTUFF]









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Thursday, October 30, 2014

ATF: Voodoo Hoodoo

This weekly series will include as many of my all-time favorite (ATF) tunes as I can get my grubby little hands on (so to speak).  Now, each one included in each edition will have some connection with the other—albeit only as a figment of my imagination, but they will not be numbered.  For I just cannot bring myself to rate some higher than others.  So, this will not be a countdown, but if you are enjoying them as much as I do, it won’t matter.  Besides, with no countdown, this could go on forever and ever!  Oh, and despite the fact that there is absolutely no way your musical tastes could be as exquisite as mine, I welcome any suggestions you might dare to make.  For I am, after all, quite magnanimous by nature.



Bones
Little Big Town
What goes around
Comes around
Feel it breathin' down
Heavy on you
You made that bed
You're layin' on
Deeds that you have done
Now you can't undo

You've got bones in your closet
You've got ghosts in your town
Ain't no doubt
Yeah they're gonna come out
They're waitin’ for the sun to go down
You can't hide from your demons
Feel 'em all lurkin' around
You're runnin' scared
‘Cause you know they're out there
They're waitin’ for the sun to go down

It's a long hard
Row to hoe
When seeds that you sow
Grow by the wicked moon
Be sure your sins
Will find you out
Your past
Will hunt you down
And return to tell on you

You've got bones in your closet
You've got ghosts in your town
Ain't no doubt
Yeah they're gonna come out
They're waitin’ for the sun to go down
You can't hide from your demons
Feel 'em all lurkin' around
You're runnin' scared
‘Cause you know they're out there
They're waitin’ for the sun to go down

It all stands to reason
Every dog will have his day
But your day is leavin'
Better hold on tight
It comes around

You've got bones in your closet
You've got ghosts in your town
Ain't no doubt
Yeah they're gonna come out
They're waitin’ for the sun to go down
You can't hide from your demons
Feel 'em all lurkin' around
You're runnin' scared
‘Cause you know they're out there
They're waitin’ for the sun to go down
They’re Waitin’
For the sun to go down

What goes around
Comes around
Feel it breathin' down
Heavy on you



Was
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
It was a moonless night
It was an empty sky
It was a bad excuse
It was the only fool in sight
It was a crazy thought
A mad man’s walk
It was

It was a moonless night
It was an empty sky
It was a bad excuse
I was the only fool in sight
It was a crazy thought
A mad man’s walk
It was

I had a wanderin’ eye
She was a better time
One twisted heart
A black cat’s walkin’ by
She was a crazy thought
A mad man’s walk
She was

Oh Lord
She was

She was a long way home
Walkin’ broken bones
It wasn’t wrong or right
How deep that knife could go
It was a crazy thought
A mad man’s walk
It was
It was a crazy thought
A man man’s walk
It was
She was a hangman’s noose
I was the fool

I was

Oh I was

Yeah baby

I was

Ooh oh

Ooh ooh ooh
Oh oh

Lyrics From: [eLyrics.net]

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The Great Pumpkin Patch


Despite all of the fun I was having, purely from tearing back and forth across the country like a bat out of Hell (yeah, I really did go there, Pete) with its tail on fire, I would still become bored from time to time, and that is when I would take my turn at tormenting some greenhorn over the radio.  Some of my favorite targets were drivers of Schneider trucks, which were nick-named pumpkin trucks because of generally being painted orange.

I hit the jack-pot one day while having to behave myself north of Columbus, Ohio on I-71.  For after seeing a bunch of pumpkin trucks ahead of me, I asked over the radio if it was true that I could make a lot of money driving for Schneider.  Lo and behold, one of their drivers answered me by saying that it was indeed true.  I then asked him if he would tell me the truth about something, and after he said that he would if he could, I asked him if it was true that one of the bonuses for signing on with the outfit was that when a person completes one year of safe driving, they are given the location of the great pumpkin patch.

Yeah, I suppose you would have had to have been there, and I am sure glad I was.  For there was nothing but dead silence over the radio for a good five minutes after I asked about the location of the great pumpkin patch.  I mean, even the stuff that had nothing to do with the conversation I was having with that Schneider driver shut down.

Finally, someone else said that possibly learning the location of the great pumpkin patch was enough to get them to at least think about signing up, and then the radio went silent again.  Since no one ran off of the road from laughing too hard, I think a good time was had by all—except for maybe the Schneider drivers within radio range, of course.

That was an excerpt from [The Sixteenth Crumb] of The Crackerhead Chronicles.  Alas, my chicken-haulin’ days are long gone in my side mirrors, but the great pumpkin patch is still out there.  By the way, if you are a big Snoopy fan, it might be worth your while to make it back by this site next Monday (November 3, 2014).







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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Sites To See #407

The SOLE purpose of this series is to help call attention to sites that I think many would find most interesting—in one way or another.  Just to be clear, inclusion in this series is not necessarily meant as an endorsement, and I have included sites that I found rather disturbing.  The link below each image is to the site itself, and each image is linked to the particular post from which it was taken when applicable.  Please, go see for yourself.  Oh, and as of August 10, 2012, I will be no longer including sites that have auto-play and word verification engaged.




















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Monday, October 27, 2014

ATF: Monstrous

This weekly series will include as many of my all-time favorite (ATF) tunes as I can get my grubby little hands on (so to speak).  Now, each one included in each edition will have some connection with the other—albeit only as a figment of my imagination, but they will not be numbered.  For I just cannot bring myself to rate some higher than others.  So, this will not be a countdown, but if you are enjoying them as much as I do, it won’t matter.  Besides, with no countdown, this could go on forever and ever!  Oh, and despite the fact that there is absolutely no way your musical tastes could be as exquisite as mine, I welcome any suggestions you might dare to make.  For I am, after all, quite magnanimous by nature.



Frankenstein
Edgar Winter

***Instrumental***



Godzilla
Blue Oyster Cult
With a purposeful grimace and a terrible sound
He pulls the spitting high tension wires down
Helpless people on a subway train
Scream for God as He looks in on them
He picks up a bus and he throws it back down
As he wades through the buildings toward the center of town

Oh no
They say
He's got to go
Go go
Godzilla
Yeah
Oh no
There goes Tokyo
Go go
Godzilla
Yeah

Oh no
They say
He's got to go
Go go
Godzilla
Yeah
Oh no
There goes Tokyo
Go go
Godzilla
Yeah

Godzilla

Rinji news o moshiagemasu
Rinji news o moshiagemasu
Godzilla ga Ginza hoomen e mukatte imasu
Daishkyu hinan shite kudasai
Daishkyu hinan shite kudasai

Oh no
They say
He's got to go
Go go
Godzilla
Yeah
Oh no
There goes Tokyo
Go go
Godzilla
Yeah

History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of man
Godzilla
History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of man
Godzilla
History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of man
Godzilla
History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of man
Godzilla

Lyrics From: [eLyrics.net]

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Sunday, October 26, 2014

A Sunday Drive

Back during our childhood, our parents would often load up my brother and me after Sunday morning church services for a leisurely drive around where we lived.  Even though we were seeing mostly familiar sights, it was still good to see them again, and this is why “A Sunday Drive” sounded about right for the name of a series revisiting familiar sites that are well worth seeing again and again.  The link below the image is to the site itself, and the image is linked to the post it was first included in here.

 Link: [2 Encourage]


 Link: [Dogkisses]












 Link: [Porch Days]





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Friday, October 24, 2014

Sites To See #406

The SOLE purpose of this series is to help call attention to sites that I think many would find most interesting—in one way or another.  Just to be clear, inclusion in this series is not necessarily meant as an endorsement, and I have included sites that I found rather disturbing.  The link below each image is to the site itself, and each image is linked to the particular post from which it was taken when applicable.  Please, go see for yourself.  Oh, and as of August 10, 2012, I will be no longer including sites that have auto-play and word verification engaged.









 Link: [Our Photos]











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