A Little Traveling Music

While Daedalus is going through decontamination and decompression from too many frequent forays into The Swamp, we’ll try and take up the slack.

Charles can’t stand to embed an anonymous poll from the reputable PollDaddy because he prefers to collect and control the data himself, so we thought we’d help him out a bit. Here’s a poll that is so easy you don’t have to log in to vote. As a matter of fact, we’ve voted on your behalf, and you’re welcome.

There’s little to report from The Swamp these days. The inanity continues with the meme that Obama is going to win by a landslide because Mitt Romney is going to outlaw The Constitution, declare war on everyone except for Utah, make homosexuality illegal, demand that abortions be performed with kerosene and coat hangers in the back alleys of Culver City, and kill all black people just for the hell of it. Good call, Chuck.

Here’s some trivia. While Charles is fighting troubles that keep swamping his servers (because he can’t keep from “fixing” LGF) guess what he was doing on 2 November 2008? The same damn thing.

120 Comments on “A Little Traveling Music”

  1. garycooper says:

    Again I say, let them celebrate their landslide victory between now and Tuesday. WOO-HOO, FOUR MORE YEARS OF FREE FONES! It’s all good. 🙂

    Just make sure everyone you know who isn’t a raving moonbat gets out to the polls on Tuesday. You might even volunteer to drive somebody. If it’s a moonbat, drive it to the ghetto and let it take a good look, before you drive it way out into the countryside and leave it stranded. Each one, teach one. 😈

  2. rightymouse says:

    It’s Romney all the way in Ohio. 🙂

    • garycooper says:

      I’m feeling it, ‘Mouse. The wave is coming. 🙂

      Speaking of waves coming, the idiots who keep talking about Sandy being “unprecedented” are just ignorant fools who know nothing about the weather history of this country. Mayor Bloomberg is one of the worst, btw. Boy, that guy turned out to be a doofus!

      Check out the truth: http://tomnelson.blogspot.dk/2012/11/do-not-miss-this-joe-bastardi.html

      • rightymouse says:

        They react like these dreadful storms are something new. They aren’t.
        “Historic Storms of New England: : its gales, hurricanes, tornadoes, showers …
        By Sidney Perley

        IN the summer of 1635, the few English settlements scattered along the coast of New England were struggling to gain a foothold in the new world. Plymouth had indeed existed for fifteen years, but most of the villages had been founded only a few months, or a few years at the longest. On the Connecticut coast there was not a hamlet, and in the whole state in fact no settlement had been made, except at Wethersfield, on the Connecticut river. There, a few men had spent the preceding winter, their number having been increased this summer by some new colonists, who suffered for awhile with the others, and finally travelled across the wild country to Saybrook fort, the nearest place of refuge. Not another settlement could be found nearer than Plymouth, which was more than a hundred and fifty miles away, and separated therefrom by an unbroken wilderness inhabited only by Indians and wild animals. Following the coast of Massachusetts Bay, the next town beyond Plymouth was Scituate, then came Bear Cove (now Hingham) and Weymouth. The several settlements at or near the mouth of Charles river, most of them now being included in the city of Boston, came next. A short trip up the river, and a turn to the right through the woods brought Rev. Peter Bulkley and his small company to the site they had chosen for their new home,—this being the first colony that had penetrated the forest so far. In this summer of 1635 they marched into the woods and took possession of the clearing they had made, building for their shelter huts covered with bark and brushwood. Farther along the coast was Saugus (now Lynn), then came Salem, Ipswich and Newbury. At the mouth of the Piscataqua river stood Portsmouth, and up the stream was Dover. Nine miles from Portsmouth and also on the coast was York. With the exception ot these few, small, defenceless settlements in the clearings of the forest along Massachusetts Bay from Plymouth to York, and of Wethersfield, in Connecticut, the entire region now included in New England was the pathless, dangerous wilderness.
        The planting of the seed and the cultivation of the crops had been concluded, and some of the hay had been gathered and placed under cover for the support of the cattle during the coming winter. The whole of the second week of August the wind had blown from the direction of south-southwest with considerable force. At midnight of the fourteenth of the month its course was suddenly changed by way of the southeast to the northeast, and before daybreak a northeast rain storm was in progress. The wind had greatly increased in violence, blowing terrifically, and the rain fell in torrents, sometimes with such fury that the insecure houses of the settlers seemingly could not withstand its force. After the gale had continued five or six hours, the wind changed to the northwest, and the tumultuous elements gradually subsided.
        The wind caused the tide to rise to a height unknown before. At Boston it measured twenty feet, and was brought in twice in twelve hours. The Narragansett Indians were obliged to climb into the tops of trees to save themselves from the great tide in their region. Many of them failed to do so, and were swallowed up by the surging waters. Had the storm continued much longer the water would have submerged several of the settlements.
        An inconceivable number of trees were blown over or broken down, the stronger being torn up by the roots, and the tall pines and other brittle trees were broken in the middle. Slender young oaks and goodsized walnuts were twisted like withes, and Indian corn, the main dependence of the colonists, was beaten down and much of it destroyed, while it was hardly in the milk.
        Some houses were blown over, and the roofs of several were torn off. At the plantation of Manoment at Plymouth, the wind took off the roof of a house and carried it to another place.”

      • Paragraph Nazi says:

        ^^^ frowns ^^^

  3. garycooper says:

    Hence the original usage of the slogan, later popularized by such racist rabble-rousers as Malcolm X: “We didn’t land on Plymouth Rock — Plymouth Rock landed on us!” It was a crazy storm.

    Which reminds me, Mayor “AGW Is REAL!” Bloomberg cancelled the New York City Marathon that was scheduled for this weekend, ignoring my advice to simply make it a triathlon, taking advantage of the new watercourse. Now the runners will have no normalcy, and no distraction from the chaos. They will fall into looting, and some will die at the hands of vigilantes clinging to their guns, religion and bitterness.

  4. swamprat says:

    Obama wins the election and 4 years from now:

    Gasoline at $8 a liter
    U.S. treasury introduces the ten million dollar note
    Unemployment “unexpectedly” low for 48 straight months
    McDonalds will sell the McDon’tAsk Meal (protein content guaranteed!) for the bargain price of two 22 rimfires, or a silver dime, or one pound of BarryNotes
    Voting age lowered to 14 years of age and restricted to adults under 30
    GM cars to be built in prisons with a percentage given to unions for compensation of loss
    Rachel Maddow sec of state
    Walmart forced to raise wages to $25 an hour; moves all stores to China
    Recovery from Bush recession ends up taking 8 years.

  5. JimboXL says:

    Funny poll. I have to imagine a lot of polls are like this, people see Romney and vote and it was really an anti Romney question. That’s why it is hard for me to put much trust in all the various polls, other than maybe the general direction. I was thinking they had Walker being beaten in the recall, but obviously those were way off. Nor did they capture the epic wave of 2010.

    Again if this election was legit it would be a Romney win 99.9%. This admin has many secrets you can bet they don’t want uncovered, so I doubt they are going to go away easily. It’s all going to be turnout to overcome fraud. I just can’t see a legit turnout for Obama because he has the worst economic numbers in a long long time and many failures chipping away. I cannot for the life of me see anyone but the God booer radicals being enthusiastic enough to bother voting for him.

    Bush got re-elected amid the zenith of leftist rage and hatred and a media pile-on, however with Bush, the economy was light years ahead of this one, he was still a like able candidate, and John Kerry was the worst candidate in the history of Presidential elections, bar none.

    Guess we’ll see how it all goes. You do have to double, no triple your voting machine touchscreen and raise heck if they pull that auto select crud.

  6. mrpaulrevere says:

    Has anyone else noticed that comments on prog blogs and twitter feeds have become rabidly hysterical over the last 48 hours? It’s almost like cats and dogs who behave strangely before earthquakes. They sense what is coming.

    • mrpaulrevere says:

      Case in point:
      David Atkins‏@DavidOAtkins

      Romney is getting 65% of the white male vote. I’m a proud member of the 35%, and ashamed of my demographic.

      • JimboXL says:

        Obama publicly abandoned the white male voter a while ago, but which demo was it that helped to elect him in the first place? The white male voter.

        Whites have been demonized by black racists and rabid pasty bright blinding white rats like Chris Whitey Whitington III Matthews. They act like Obama was elected entirely by minorities.

        Jay Z said it, he’s voting for Obama because he is black, and honestly what else could he say, Obama has nothing that anyone would highlight positively. He’d done nothing but triple the debt and the economy is dead in the water as we saw by unemployment sham number going up AGAIN.

        Hopefully reality and sanity will win Tuesday. The economy will be dead in the water so long as we have leaders like Obama and dope Americans that believe them when they make believe that tripling the debt means you are reducing the debt.

      • JimboXL says:

        We’ll need a second recovery to recover from Obama’s first recovery.

      • RTR's Race Patrol says:

        Forking race traitor…

  7. dwells38 says:

    LGF denizens would write in Lady Gaga if Charles told them to. They certainly have no strong convictions about anything or they wouldn’t still be on LGF sucking up to a b-list jazz/fusion guitarist who peaked in 1983 while wearing an orange jumpsuit. There’s no peaking today. Only piqued pissyness and pointing (at evil entities such as Pam Geller’s ginormous…..posts. Plus she has big round…… eyes).

    And yeah that goes for you too Mustafa troll with the phat unheated crib who wastes Earth’s precious resources uncreatively taunting us on your energy sucking computer that is unnecessary and probably resulting in some Third World deprivation somewhere. You must be in Big Oil’s pocket or maybe just Chunk’s suckah. Hey do you pay him 10 dollars EACH MONTH to eschew the ads? So you can stay online longer, read more pithy (NOT) posts, and suck up more fossil fuels? What a hypocrite! 🙂 But if not, why not Chunk wants to fucking know what’s your problem????

    Mahatma Ghandi drank his own piss. Now THAT’s frugal, efficient, cost effective, ecological and did you know you can store that stuff in Mountain Dew bottles and not even have to get up from reading Chunks latest pearls of wisdom? You really need to get with it and address the needs of the 21st century. And stop stalking us! Actually I take that back. KEEP stalking us but be more fun. Just calling us nazis, racists and anti-science knuckle draggers is BORING!!!!! And tedious. And makes Gary pine for baloney. And bring some beer, ass, cake, bacon or some hunky pictures for rightymouse or DO SOMETHING USEFUL.

    The Management – except I’m not but they’d probably agree.

    • Pakimon says:

      Little Musty is just some white pimple faced fat kid trying to play “badass” by acting out a ridiculous, cartoonish negative stereotype of “a scary black muslim man”.

      The hilarious part is that he’d get his ass kicked if he did his, as Spike Lee would say “coonin’ and buffoonin'” routine in front of an actual black muslim.

      However, he’s too much of a chickenshit to actually try it so instead he’ll just do it from the safety of his phat crib mommy’s basement between Chunky’s mammoth ass cheeks.

      Which brings up an important question.

      Does Chunky have a wireless router stuck up his ass for Musty’s use or does he have to run a cable or phone line up in there? 😆

  8. dwells38 says:

    The latest post at LGF has to do with an incident at a Romney rally whereby a “protester” (actually just a disrupting idiot) shouted “ What about climate change? That’s what causes monster storms”. This was met with chants of “USA, USA, USA”. And Charles found this “appalling” and cited this as the very reason he parted with the loony left.

    OH WAIT! He cited this as the reason why he parted with the RIGHT!

    So let’s dissect this. Pretty much everyone who’s followed the AGW and now Climate Change controversy knows that there’s a debate over whether actual warming is occurring, whether it’s anthropogenic (caused by humans) and whether or not we’re seeing any effects caused by said alleged warming today. And pretty much everyone knows that Algore tried to assert in his .ppt presentation entitled ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ that this latter, completely unsupported and most tenuous assertion is actually true and caused the Katrina hurricane. And anyone with a computer who follows these things knows that real climatologists were uncomfortable with that assertion (because it’s unsupported by any evidence) and when it was further promoted in the movie of same title they became mortified that this would undermine the entire AGW argument because there is NO CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE to date that AGW, if true (also not conclusively demonstrated) causes any extreme weather events and if it did, which ones??

    Back to Chunk. Remember his whole argument for branding we skeptics as anti-science knuckle draggers and/or shill socks for Big Oil was there was scientific consensus for AGW and therefore it was TWOO, ALL TWOO. Yet he has no standard for this hyperbolic assertion and yet cites it as yet another reason to damn the right as crazy and unreasonable. Once again this just points to the obvious fact that Charles Johnson is a tool, a useful idiot to socialist and left wing operatives, a hypocrite and an extremely lazy thinker and his website is devoid of facts or critical thinking. Lastly he’s on board with an egregious hypocrite, Algore who rapes the environment in broad daylight while insisting policies be instituted to force the rest of us to pay more for energy, scale back our already moderate intake and toil away with recycling efforts while he pays servants to take care of such menial tasks for him and luxuriates in multiple mansions, energy sucking vehicles and electronics and other Earth killing or third world depriving unnecessary trinkets/toys of rich, fat white men.

    Hey wasn’t Chunk bragging a while back about multiple 30 inch monitors? I mean isn’t blogging itself encouraging people to log on and obsessively and unnecessarily consume energy just to read a few words from unremarkable writers and/or like minded commenters on said writers? Wouldn’t real environmentalists be practicing what they preach instead of wasting precious energy to promote unsubstantiated claims and bash innocent people, rallying their own candidates innocently and without harming anyone else for not embracing them? Just sayin’.

    • Pakimon says:

      My take on the whole “global warming” thing is that yes, man is contributing to “climate change”.

      However, it is in such an infinitesimal way that it doesn’t matter in the “big picture”.

      It’s like saying someone is raising the water level in a swimming pool by peeing in it.

      As far as Chunky goes, he wishes he is a tool and a useful idiot to socialist and left wing operatives.

      In actuality, he’s become just another moonbat in a sea of moonbats, his honking and squealing indistinguishable amongst all the other honkings and squealingsgenerated by The Loony Left.

      He’s a non-entity, not worthy of notice except by a select few who make sport of mocking and taunting him.

    • RTR's All Nuancy and Shit says:

      That’s too nuanced. Consider the audience.

  9. Pakimon says:

    Now it’s time to have some coffee, wait patiently for Gary’s Saturday morning yoga video and Rightymouse’s followup keen-eyed critique to start off my weekend. 😀


  10. garycooper says:


    Today is a day to gather one’s oft-scattered energies, and focus on the important tasks. See the whole, but appreciate each part of the whole. Love each part, and thus become one with the whole. Enter the whole and explode into bliss!

    • rightymouse says:

      OK – we’ve seen this fake boob gal before. Lemme tell you. There’s nothing more unsightly than a young girl with fake boobs than a young girl with fake boobs AND pants so tight, that decent people have to be subjected to camel toes as well. Hmphhhhhhhh….

      • poteen2 says:

        I get a different ‘hmphhhhh’ from things like that. And fake, natural, enhanced, augmented or just extra perky,,,, it doesn’t matter if the taste doesn’t change.///

      • rightymouse says:

        I bet that sound you make is more like a strangled gurgling…..

      • RTR's Boobology Consultants, LLC says:

        Your Honor, those boobs look real in my expert opinion. But I need to examine the evidence more closely.

      • garycooper says:

        I can’t believe anyone could be so heartless and cruel, as to make fun of a person who needs prosthetics to help them in their daily life. Did she forget to wear her pink ribbon, celebrating her lonely triumph over cancer? Do we trip wounded vets, too, who are trying to learn to walk on their prosthetic legs? Do we push wheelchair-bound grannies off cliffs?!

        Sometimes I wonder about my fellow humans. Open your hearts, for Christ’s sake! 😥

      • Bunk X says:

        Fake boobs are okay, as long as the don’t look like bolt-ons. (Don’t google Norma Stitts.)

    • Pakimon says:

      Now I can proceed with the weekend with my Zen properly calibrated. 😀

  11. garycooper says:

    Mann’s lawsuit is already bringing the funny, as noted by the irrepressible Mark Steyn:


  12. rightymouse says:

    Via Instapundit… 30,000 rally for Romney in Ohio. Wow. Just WOW!!!! 🙂


    • Pakimon says:

      I’ll have you know that 29,988 of those people at the Romney rally were Obama operatives!

      Their goal was too lull all you Rethuglicans into a false sense of security so you won’t go vote on Tuesday ’cause you figure Romney has it locked up!

      /moonbat 😆

    • RTR Likes Affordable Energy says:

      That’s coal country, right? I don’t think these libs understand who they’re messing with picking a fight with the coal miners. They don’t roll over and die like the PNW loggers did a generation ago.

    • The Osprey says:

      I see white people!


    • Pakimon says:

      You do know that Halliburton manufactures time machines as well as weather machines, doncha’?

      Rove and Cheney went back in time and caused the 1938 hurricane to throw us off track but we know better!

      It’s all a diabolical scheme to destroy Gaia and suppress her vote!


      • rightymouse says:

        Not only that, but they had to reappear in the 70’s to cause global cooling to throw everyone off their tracks. And let’s not EVEN talk about what they did later to the holes in the ozone layer that nobody taks about anymore.

  13. Saturday Ukrainian belly dancing:

  14. rightymouse says:

    Indian male pole dancers! Woohoo!

  15. livefreeor die says:

    Hey, Charles,
    FEMA has run out of bottled WATER (per Breitbart). They didn’t seem to realize that it’s important. So do you think Bammy will take a break from campaigning to tell FEMA this is unacceptable and get rid of the red tape (they were taking bids yesterday and the water has to be delivered by the chosen vendor on Monday to a location in NY state and then moved to where it’s needed) and make sure water is there tonight before people start dying?

    Sadly, me neither.

    I’m tempted to go fill our RV with bottled water and drive it to NJ myself but I would need a gun license.

  16. Pakimon says:

    Another sign that The Left is in a total panic.

    Bill Maher Warns Romney Supporters: ‘Black People Know Who You Are and They Will Come After You’

    My response to Bill Maher’s idiotic statement and all the chickenshits making threats on Twitter:

    Bring it.. the f**k…on. :mrgreen:

  17. garycooper says:

    Last I heard, real black people are very disenchanted with the Empty One, and are planning to stay home in droves on Tuesday. So, good luck with the race-baiting nonsense, Mr. Not-Funny.

  18. rightymouse says:

    Republican voter registration fraud. Oh. Wait. Am sure the Bloated Wonder will be right on this.


  19. rightymouse says:

    Charlie tweets:

    “As soon as the election’s over, no matter who wins, all this ridiculous right wing Benghazi hype will instantly vanish. 14 minutes ago”

    Ummm….no. Regardless which one wins, investigation into Benghazi will intensify. Count on it, you moronic putz.

    • RTR's Poker Face says:

      Is it time to start putting some quatloos on the table?

      • rightymouse says:

        Absolutely! I bid a gazillion quatloos that Romney wins the Presidency & Obama will be reiieved. Relieved of duty as well. 🙂

    • Pakimon says:

      Wait a minute.

      Wasn’t Chunky crowing that it was going to be ‘Obama in a landslide” the other day?

      Now it’s “no matter who wins”.

      Methinks I see a fat pony-tailed blogger backpedaling. 😆

    • garycooper says:

      I think a real investigation will happen, and heads will roll. Not sure if they can pin it on Empty Guy, but I’d like to see them try. And they will.

  20. Pakimon says:

    Loving the right wing’s latest unison fainting binge, because Obama said, “Voting is the best revenge.” Frantic pearl-clutching ensues. 1 hour ago

    And I’m loving the left-wings latest desperate unison screeching about how “Da’ black man is gonna getcha if you vote for Romney!” Derisive hooting and jeers ensue from The right wing. 😆

  21. ElSuerte says:

    Did you guys catch him calling David Frum a right wing extreme partisan, despite both Frum and Charles sharing the same cartoonish view of Republicans?

    Apparently the Washington Times is white nationalist too, for some reason.

  22. rightymouse says:

    This 8th grader spells it out…. 🙂

    Go ahead, Chuckie….you going to call her a racist??????

    • Pakimon says:

      It’s obvious that those sinister bastards in the GOP are exploiting,…yes…EXPLOITING this young child by using their Halliburton manufactured mind-control ray gun!

      /moonbat 😆

  23. Pakimon says:

    What do you think, does the girl in that video go to a private school or a publik skool? 😉

  24. Bunk X says:

    Okay, which one of you wiseguys burned a sock?

    1 Charles Johnson Sat, Nov 3, 2012 10:13:38am
    I see we had another idiotic right wing “goodbye cruel Chuckie” message last night. They’ve become parodies of themselves, reciting their dumb talking points like parrots, with exactly the same amount of intelligence.

  25. garycooper says:

    Fluke rally not a huge success…what’s wrong with her constituency? Short-attention spans?


    From comments: 😆

    “Hi, I’m Sandra Fluke, and I can afford a Georgetown Law education, but I can’t afford to cover all of the penises going inside me with condoms. I think the taxpayers should cover the tab for the necessary condoms to satiate my sexual desires.”

    • MHQ says:

      even though I would say stone her for being so ugly I say she is smart for beating romney

      • garycooper says:

        Your opinion is less important to me than that of a drunken hobo, shitting and pissing himself on the stoop of a downtown office building I am forced to visit in the course of a day’s work. Thanks for trying, though!

  26. haysoos says:

    there was the great NYC flood…bad…
    but it’s floodin down in Texas too

    • garycooper says:

      Stevie nailed it on that one. Like most of his classics, which are all classics in the genre.

      Speaking of genre, George Thorogood told the story of Chicago’s legendary blues label, Chess Records, on last year’s “2120 South Michigan Avenue.” Also check out, “Hi-Heel Sneakers,” a song Buddy Guy recorded for Chess in the 1950s. Guy cranks out the shredded metal blooz, while Thorogood contributes a strong vocal performance. Good album!

  27. garycooper says:

    “What have we learned from the failure of socialism?” So asked Margaret Thatcher, back in ’77. Apparently, we learned very little. Let’s go back and study up a bit.



    I think you’ve got to recognize at the outset that broadly speaking there are two ways in which any government can proceed. One is a way based on what you and I would call a free society, which is enshrined right to the heart of the American constitution. The other one is a way which allows only one view both of economics and politics and in which almost everything is either owned or controlled by the state including the media, including the ideas, including freedom of discussion, and everything. There is no freedom of discussion. Now between those two ways–the free society and the totally controlled society–there are, of course, variations. I think what we’ve learned in Britain is that we’ve gradually over the last certainly 12 or 13 years with perhaps a little interruption gone further and further away from the free society towards something else. At the same time we’ve found–I don’t find it strange, but some other people do–that we have stopped creating wealth. We’ve had a large number of increasing restrictions, and we’ve been finding two things. First, that we are more and more concentrating on redistributing the wealth we’ve got, rather than creating any more. To create more you need a slightly freer society, and you need an incentive society. Naturally when I see that happening I look with very great alarm to societies which have gone even further left. That is, they’ve tried to redistribute even more and haven’t had the incentives for people working hard on their own account, doing well for their families, and often then being able to create jobs for others. They’ve produced a much more prosperous society than we have. But by and large you’ve got the two broad different economic and political approaches.

  28. haysoos says:

    okay, a frantic 10min SRV shred is not for everybody….
    this is old style….Peter Green in his prime

  29. poteen2 says:

    Almost Seven Out Of Ten Republicans Believe In Demonic Possession
    From David Badash at The New Civil Rights Movement
    Randall Grossrssfollow me on twitter
    Politics • Nov 3, 2012 at 3:01 pm PDT • Views: 55

    When I finished laughing I realized it was true. How could it not be?
    Beelzobama’s been in the White House for 4 years.

  30. MHQ says:

    look it’s the wingnut dick sucking brigad wearing the romney magic underwear

    your mormon saveur is going down in flames in 3 days you islamophobic bitches

  31. Minnow says:

    Hey MHQ, I get it. When they were dishing out brains, you thought they said trains and asked for a slow one. Right?

    Am I right?

    Am I?

  32. Minnow says:


  33. garycooper says:

    Poor Dad! 😯

    It’s not easy, when you have daughters. Triplet-cheerleaders? Oy gevalt.

  34. garycooper says:

    It’s a Million Muppet March!

    Our Canadian friends at SDA have to wonder:

    With a staggering amount of per capita debt, with endless entitlement programs, with promised public sector benefits that can never be paid, and with trillions in debt over all, some Americans are going to spend a day in Washington, DC protesting cuts to puppets on TV?!

    Yes, they are. And millions will vote to continue the madness. What are ya gonna do?

  35. Minnow says:

    Yes – spending all sorts of time and energy dressing up like a muppet and then making your way from where ever to Washington DC to protest in this fashion is truly a BOLD, PROGRESSIVE statement.

    Forward thinking, edgy, hip and with it.

    What idiots.

  36. garycooper says:

    And then there’s the hilariously unfunny Onion, trying to pass this shit off as “edgyhumor.”

    Like, the NYT is some stodgy old conservative paper, uninterested in promoting any scrap of bullshit that helps support the re-election of this unmitigated failure of an empty-suit. 🙄

  37. garycooper says:


  38. garycooper says:


    George Thorogood and The Destroyers
    2120 South Michigan Ave
    Released: 12 July 2011
    Label: Capitol
    Format: MP3@320
    Total Time: 00:45:56

    George Thorogood & the Destroyers have never made their debt to Chess Records a secret, so an album-length tribute to the home of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon, Chuck Berry, and Bo Diddley is a logical move for the rough and tumble blues-rockers. This is so firmly within Thorogood’s wheelhouse that 2120 South Michigan Ave — its name saluting the Chicago address of Chess Studios and the Rolling Stones instrumental saluting the hallowed location, the Stones’ song turning a young Thorogood on to the wonders of Chicago blues — feels like it could have been recorded at any stage in his career. Only the odd instance of Auto-Tune — and it is truly odd on an otherwise rocking version of “High Heel Sneakers” graced by a cameo by Buddy Guy — marks this album as a 2011 release, and that’s a good thing: the Destroyers are always best when they stick to the basics which these ten Chess covers, two newly written tributes, and Stones’ cover are. Thorogood’s specialty has never been subtlety, so barreling through these tunes at a breakneck pace is par for the course, but what makes the record work is the group’s palpable love for the material, and producer Tom Hambridge’s willingness to leave some grit in the grooves, an inclination that largely mitigates his temptation to occasionally dabble with an Auto-Tune that is entirely unnecessary for music this simple and raw. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


    01. Going Back (3:22)
    02. Hi-Heel Sneakers (feat. Buddy Guy) (3:28 )
    03. Seventh Son (3:05)
    04. Spoonful (4:10)
    05. Let It Rock (2:54)
    06. Two Trains Running (Still A Fool) (5:12)
    07. Bo Diddley (3:07)
    08. Mama Talk To Your Daughter (2:29)
    09. Help Me (4:01)
    10. My Babe (feat. Charlie Musselwhite) (3:18 )
    11. Willie Dixon’s Gone (3:10)
    12. Chicago Bound (2:57)
    13. 2120 South Michigan Ave (feat. Charlie Musselwhite) (4:35)

  39. Minnow says:

    So, I guess ole “MHQ” got his ass wiped tonight by yours truly.

    Haha- pussy. Run away with your tucked tail.

    See you next Wednesday when your boy loses his ass.


  40. poteen2 says:

    1 Charles Johnson Sat, Nov 3, 2012 6:39:46pm


    Again, I feel the need to clarify – the attack may not have emerged from a protest over the anti-Islamic video, but the attackers themselves said that the anti-Islamic video was the reason for the attack. They bragged about it. And they have no reason to lie.

    The right is frantically trying to confuse this issue. But it’s simple:

    The attack did not take place at the same time as a protest over the anti-Islamic video, but it was motivated by the video.

    What an ignorant, petulant fuck.
    Charlie, ‘the attackers themselves’ said they didn’t know about any video. The admin fucked up, lied, people died and they are now caught in the cover-up. The CIA ‘timeline’ is falling apart.
    Go chase some imaginary nazis. You’re good at that.

  41. Engineer #5 says:

    Just made my 1st visit to LGF in a while. Still industrial grade stupid. Tuesday night should be entertaining.