Live at Electric Loserland – Icarus’ SPOO Solo

Update: Mighty fine reviews on the YouToobage.

235 Comments on “Live at Electric Loserland – Icarus’ SPOO Solo”

  1. rightymouse says:

    People actually sat outside watching you play outside in a thunder/lightning/rain storm? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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  5. Octopus says:

    Another VDH essay, full of clear-eyed intelligence. The direct opposite of this catastrophe of an illegitimate administration.

    • rightymouse says:

      There’s nobody on the Left as smart and as articulate as VDH. They’re represented by woke idiots. As Titania McGrath says…

  6. Octopus says:

    Gaia is pissed! That’s why we have big storms and whatnot. 😂

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  8. rightymouse says:

    I needed some humor. 😆

  9. ISTE says:

    I watched this four times before I noticed a dog on a surfboard.

  10. Octopus says:

    Even the liberal rag WaPo is eviscerating Biden for this fiasco:

  11. dezzez says:

    Deep thoughts from a morbidly obese drug addled too stupid to come in out of a thunderstorm chuck-wit

  12. Bunk X says:

    I wonder if The Nazi Hunter knows these guys.

  13. Octopus says:

    But no mean tweets!

  14. Octopus says:

    Just found out my neighbor across the street is in the hospital with COVID. They’re giving him oxygen, but he’s not on a ventilator. They have three young kids, in grade school. Aye, caramba…will this shit ever end?

    • rightymouse says:

      That’s awful! Please keep us posted!

      • Octopus says:

        Will do.

        • rightymouse says:

          Is he overweight or have any pre-existing conditions?

          • Octopus says:

            He doesn’t look overweight. He’s kind of short and solid-looking, but not fat. According to my other neighbor, he was in good shape, didn’t smoke, and didn’t drink much. But, you never know what conditions people are hiding or just not making public knowledge. I hope he’s ok. He’s a nice guy.

          • rightymouse says:

            The worst thing COVID does is attack the respiratory system. Apparently, it makes pneumonia look like a walk in the park. That’s what I hear, anyway.

          • rightymouse says:

            Forgot to ask. Do you know if he was vaccinated?

          • Octopus says:

            I don’t know if he was vaccinated. It’s very quiet over at their house today, like nobody’s home. Probably at the hospital or something. Usually their kids are running around, and the front door’s open. Not today.

          • rightymouse says:

            I hope he’s ok!!!

          • Octopus says:

            I think he’s home. I’ll try to find out tomorrow.

          • rightymouse says:

            Please keep us posted.

  15. Octopus says:

    But seriously…are 25% of Americans as stone-stupid as Stumpy? 😱😄

    • rightymouse says:

      Probably more than 25%.

      • Octopus says:

        😱 That’s chilling. But probably right.

        There was a hint of sanity in the media world and abroad, as it was pretty well unanimous that Uncle Sniffy screwed the pooch royally with the bizarre, chaotic withdrawal, that is far from over, and will leave long-lasting after-effects. How long this honest appraisal will last is anyone’s guess.

  16. Octopus says:

    No, it’s not. But it is mildly entertaining.

  17. Octopus says:

    I had to snort at this story, considering that Patagonia, like North Face, makes much of its product line out of petroleum products. When North Face pulled this stunt earlier this year, they received a nice award from the petroleum industry thanking them for being one of their best customers. 😂

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  22. rightymouse says:

    Masks stop transmission of COVID!!

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    LMAO! What a liar!!! 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      • Octopus says:

        He’s only lying when he’s awake or asleep, on days ending in “y,” or when he’s on or off the internet. Aside from that, he’s Honest Abe.

  25. rightymouse says:

    Kamala is a friggin’ moron. “Buy your Xmas presents now because climate change will disrupt the suppy chain”.

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  28. Octopus says:

    Is he really this great of a person? I mean, wow. 😄


    Keanu Reeves was abandoned by his father at 3 years old and grew up with 3 different stepfathers. He is dyslexic. His dream of becoming a hockey player was shattered by a serious accident. His daughter died at birth. His wife died in a car accident. His best friend, River Phoenix, died of an overdose. His sister has leukemia.
    And with everything that has happened, Keanu Reeves never misses an opportunity to help people in need. When he was filming the movie “The Lake House,” he overheard the conversation of two costume assistants; One cried because he would lose his house if he did not pay $20,000 and on the same day Keanu deposited the necessary amount in the woman’s bank account; He also donated stratospheric sums to hospitals.
    In 2010, on his birthday, Keanu walked into a bakery and bought a brioche with a single candle, ate it in front of the bakery, and offered coffee to people who stopped to talk to him.
    After winning astronomical sums for the Matrix trilogy, the actor donated more than $50 million to the staff who handled the costumes and special effects – the true heroes of the trilogy, as he called them.
    He also gave a Harley-Davidson to each of the stunt doubles. A total expense of several million dollars. And for many successful films, he has even given up 90% of his salary to allow the production to hire other stars.
    In 1997 some paparazzi found him walking one morning in the company of a homeless man in Los Angeles, listening to him and sharing his life for a few hours.
    Most stars when they make a charitable gesture they declare it to all the media. He has never claimed to be doing charity, he simply does it as a matter of moral principles and not to look better in the eyes of others.
    This man could buy everything, and instead every day he gets up and chooses one thing that cannot be bought: To be a good person ♥

  29. rightymouse says:

    LA Times is racist.

  30. rightymouse says:

    This is extraordinary.

  31. rightymouse says:

    I’ll wait until the next day to confirm who the asshole was who shot Babbitt. No way I’m watching Lester Holt.

  32. Octopus says:

    Frampton is retiring from touring due to a muscular wasting disease with no cure. I’ve been listening to some of his instrumental covers, and they are near-perfect. Nothing too fancy or showy, just beautiful interpretations. This is one of my faves.

  33. Octopus says:

    Also, another isolated drum track from a classic Stones song. It occurs to me that, as simple as Charlie’s drumming sounds on these mostly-isolated tracks, it’s the way he blends with the band that really shows his genius. He’s the motor.

    The other thing that struck me about the accolades from his peers, friends and family was how universally liked he was. I’ve never heard one bad word about him, from anyone. That’s pretty rare and special.

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  38. rightymouse says:

    Uh…Fatso’s wrong. Again.

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  40. Octopus says:

    Fires closing in on Lake Tahoe, where we were vacationing last month. Idiots still saying it’s from climate change, when anyone with any knowledge of anything knows the fire problem is due to horrendous, eco-hysterical-caused forest management for the past 50 years.

  41. rightymouse says:

    It’s not a lie, you miserable asshole. Am so glad YOU never had any kids.

    • Octopus says:

      Stumpy still thinks he can gaslight the world, about everything, but unfortunately for him and his Idiot Left pals, this ghastly, ghoulish horror is all on video. 😱😂

  42. rightymouse says:

    Am going to make my hubby a Thai feast today. So I’m going to move my carcass into the kitchen now. 🙂

    • rightymouse says:

      Making Thai food is labor intensive. The soup and cold beef salad are done. Now will make the curry. 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        We’re having the fambly over for a Mexican Fiesta tonight. I sense there’s a margarita out there with my name on it, along with the tacos, guacamole, salsa, refried beans, etc. 😃 🇲🇽

        • rightymouse says:

          My son will come over. 😆 He LOVES tacos. 🙂

        • rightymouse says:

          Everything turned out very well. The cold beef salad (Yum Nua) was splendid. Better than what they serve in restaurants here. I used seasoned grilled Strip steals cut into strips and seasoned overnight in fish sauce, soy sauce, a dash of palm sugar and one cut up hot Thai chili pepper. Then I mixed in the cucumbers, etc. yesterday afternoon & put in the fridge until dinner. YUM!!!

  43. dezzez says:

    Does Chuck stare at frozen orange juice for hours because it says concentrate?

    This is sad even for this fat simpleton.

  44. dezzez says:

    Mr. Straight as they come is salivating about men’s junk again.

    • dezzez says:

      Well of course you did you savage.

    • Octopus says:

      He’s as straight as can be!

      I wonder how many times he rewound to the naked junk, while furiously trying to pleasure himself under the sweaty pannus. 🤔

  45. Octopus says:

    As you may know, nobody loves and appreciates jazz music more than me. With the possible exception of the dear departed Charlie Watts, who founded several jazz projects on the side over the years. Here he is on the Dennis Miller show, some years back, showing his customary taste and restraint, and letting his bandmates strut their stuff.

  46. Octopus says:

    Going to the doc tomorrow for a full checkup, after years of nagging from the wife and family. Wish me luck. 😢

  47. Octopus says:

    This is good. The jazzy version of “Miss You” is a treat.

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    The Hawaii Rock band Blitzen at University of Hawaii, 1974. Foster was 21.

  51. rightymouse says:

    Anybody bother to watch the asshole being interviewed by another asshole?

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  53. rightymouse says:

    Biden’s not the only one who needs to go.

  54. rightymouse says:

    We are so effed. 😦

  55. ISTE says:

    In my younger days I think I was very creative when buying gifts for my female acquaintances.

    Flowers, chocolate ( not too much, I ain’t stupid ) perfume, the real shit, when I went on overseas trips and could buy it duty free.

    Erotic and sensual underwear ( Hey this fits perfectly! How did you know my size? ) Um, size is easy. There is a label on the garments you casually discarded. LOL

    One of the best gifts was a long weekend in Barcelona.

    Now I am older I do not know whether I have become less imaginative or the women in my life are more difficult to buy for.

    Anyway, I try my best to make my women happy. I will be seeing them both tomorrow I hope.

    Amazon just delivered their gifts. I am unsure which gift to give to which of the two wonderful women in my life.

    I think the best thing to do is just give them the paper sack with both gifts in it and let them fight it out.

  56. rightymouse says:

    Interesting. I had the same thought.

  57. ISTE says:


    Penis penis penis LOL. Someone is now wanting money for flashing his four month old appendage.

  58. dezzez says:

    Chuck dances on dead peoples graves.
    Someone points out that liberals are hate filled assholes.
    Chuck calls for a pile on.
    The liberal cult proves that they are hateful assholes

      • poteen2 says:

        Assholes.. And wrong. Ivermectin and Fenbendazole, antiparasite medications approved for use in both animals and humans, have early studies showing positive results in slowing progression of diseases such as malaria, AIDs and other viruses and some cancers. Extensive testing has not been done but should be. Alternative (read: The Chemo failed what do I do now?) treatments have a record of short to long term success with just such protocols. Not a cure by any means but worth a look.
        The alternative MDs are real MDs but have to follow the rules set by gov’t idiots. We know how that works.

        • Octopus says:

          Tomorrow, when I’m soberish, I’ll tell you about some of the shit being pulled to discredit non-PC treatments for the Chinese Lung-Gak. Until then, I bid you all adieux. I’ve had a very long day, and an even longer evening.

  59. Octopus says:

    All I knows is, ISTE has two bitches waiting to pleasure him like a sheik of Ramses Condoms, and I only have one. Granted, mine is beyond the condom stage, but still…do his girls have nearly forty years of emotional baggage? Between them?

  60. ISTE says:

    They are my family.

    We don’t live in Arkansas.

    • Octopus says:

      I live in Hope.

      • Octopus says:

        Replying to meself is always a treat! 😂
        I’ve been doing it here for over a decade, so I’m well used to it. But I still remember when it was a sin, on other forums.

        The album, “Black And Blue,” is a very underrated Stones album in my very humble opinion. You guys know how incredibly humble I am, for one so gifted. But I digress…just put this album on, at an annoying volume, and let things slide for awhile. You’ll be very gratified you complied with my sincere request.

  61. Octopus says:

    Good night! 😄

  62. Bunk X says:

    She’s purty.

  63. Bunk X says:

    Hurricane Ida 3D satellite live stream is now in my kitchen.

  64. rightymouse says:

    Good grief. 😦

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  67. rightymouse says:

    Science! Am sure Fatso is all on board!! 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      SCIENCE!!!!! 😆

  68. rightymouse says:

    Too funny!! 😆

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  70. Octopus says:

    Woman stops 12 ft gator with .22 pistol!

    “Florida Woman Stops Alligator Attack Using a small .22 caliber Ruger Pistol.” Another good reason to have a concealed weapons permit.
    This is a story of self-control and marksmanship by a brave, cool-headed woman with a small pistol against a fierce predator.
    Here’s her story in her own words: “While walking along the edge of a pond just outside my house in the Villages discussing a property settlement with my soon-to-be ex-husband, and other divorce issues, we were surprised by a huge 12-ft alligator which suddenly emerged from the murky water.
    It began charging us with its large jaws wide open. She must have been protecting her nest because she was extremely aggressive.
    “If I had not had my little Ruger 22 caliber pistol with me, I would not be here today! Just one shot to my estranged husband’s knee cap was all it took.
    The gator got him easily, and I was able to escape by just walking away at a brisk pace. The amount I saved in lawyer’s fees was really incredible and his life insurance was also a big bonus!”

    • rightymouse says:

      Shoot me. I laughed. 😆

      How are you doing today? You seemed a bit stressed out last night.

      • Octopus says:

        I “failed” my physical due to high blood pressure, which didn’t surprise me at all. I have a bad case of White Coat Fever, and I could feel my nerves getting jangly as I walked into the hospital. Well, I’ve been borderline for a few years, and all four of my brothers have been on bp meds for years, so I knew this day was coming. I also screwed myself by working out too soon before the physical, and taking Claritin, both of which can raise bp.

        Onward and upward. 😀

        • rightymouse says:

          Not to worry or stress out. I’ve been on BP meds since my 2009 stroke. They work.

          • Octopus says:

            I know, but I was kinda proud of not being on any meds. Stupid, but that’s why I was miffed. That, and hearing about Biden’s atrocities all day. 😃

            I had three margaritas, to celebrate. Because that’s how you get healthy!

          • rightymouse says:

            I hear ya!

          • Octopus says:

            Btw, my blood pressure this afternoon was way down. I still think I can get it low enough to avoid the meds, which will be determined at my follow-up visit on September 21. I’m going to ramp up the exercise in the meantime, and lose a few lbs. Right now I’m drinking a delicious beer, because I feel like it. 😃

            This Michigan beer is too good to be true. A northeast IPA, it’s citrusy and perfect. You should try one, ‘Mouse. Might change your mind about beer. This one, at least.

          • rightymouse says:

            Beer has a unique odor and sour flavor that I just can’t handle. It’s difficult to describe. 😦

          • rightymouse says:

            Best wishes for blood pressure management! I have a wrist monitor that I use frequently.

          • Octopus says:

            It’s fine, more beer for the rest of us. 😀

            Some others who have more of an affinity for the nasty swill, might appreciate the recommendation of this particular rendition. It’s quite something. I’m working on a homebrew recipe now, based on others I’ve seen online, and I know it’s going to be popular at my libturd-sister’s Oktoberfest party in Oktober. 😀

  71. rightymouse says:

    “Florida didn’t report 901 deaths on a single day; it reported 901 deaths from a set of over three dozen days.”

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  73. dezzez says:

    Combining his love for peckers and horses now.

    • Octopus says:

      Stumpy is too stump-stupid to understand that Trump’s Operation Warp Speed is the reason the vaccines were developed so quickly. And Trump has been a major proponent of people getting vaccinated ASAP. 😂

  74. Octopus says:

    My neighbor has been digging a hole in his yard to get his own water supply. He has worked so long and hard on it that he ignored his health and got sick. So being a good neighbor, I sent him a “Get well soon” card.


    • Bunk X says:

      Um… that groundwater still needs treatment of some kind, and it’s cheap insurance to get an inspection.

    • rightymouse says:

      He may need to contract out the job? We have our own water supply and septic. It’s nice not having to rely on the town or county.

  75. Octopus says:

    “The good thing about poverty is it keeps you from getting in trouble because if you can’t afford drugs, people will stop giving them to you very quickly. So, being poor really helps – it’s the success that kills you.”
    – Tommy Chong

    This is so true, it bleeds. My best man at my wedding. My first shared-apartment roomie as a young adult. My childhood friend, I re-connected with in my mid-20’s. A bunch of other people I’ve known over the years. All succumbed to drugs and/or alcohol, in their thirties. All but one had good jobs that provided them a decent living. That guy never worked a real job, but he played in a band and did odd jobs for cash, while selling a little weed and speed on the side. All were good people. All died long ago, from their habits, which weren’t that much worse than mine back then. How did I escape that sorry fate?

    A: I got married to a great woman and had kids. That kept me busy, motivated, and mostly sane.

    #thinking about stuff when you flunked your last physical and can’t sleep