29 Feb 2012 3 Comments
Here ya go. I know the Hillbilly can poke some fun at hippies, and their bards. Just remember, it is all in fun. :)
29 Feb 2012 1 Comment
Originally posted on Bibjous Days Continue:
In English grammer, the matter of article, definite(the) and indefinite(a) is especially difficult, for there are no such concept in Japanese. Japanese doesn’t always distinguish singular and plural noun, either.
We learn “the” is used for something you already know (the girl you told me yesterday), or a specific part of something (theeye of the storm) or only one thing in the world (the sun), etc.
The other day, when I was writing a joke about the play Romeo and Juliet, suddenly a phrase came to my brain:
Romeo and the Juliet
“Sounds like a pop chorus group,” I thought.
Then another idea came to me. “If the name of the soul music group Cool and the Gang were Cool and Gang, it would sound not so cool.”
And another “If the song title Set the world on fire were Set World on fire…
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29 Feb 2012 Leave a comment
This is sad. The Monkee’s were what rock music should be all about: Fun!
Reuters) – Davy Jones, former lead singer of the 1960s made-for-television pop band The Monkees, died on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack in Florida, according to his longtime publicist. He was 66.
Jones’ death was confirmed by Christine Weekes, administrative manager for the medical examiner’s office in Fort Pierce, Florida, near the Martin Memorial Hospital South where the performer had been taken.
29 Feb 2012 2 Comments
Originally posted on Catholibertarian:
Rick Santorum is sponsoring a car in the Daytona 500. That is awesome! He gave the driver this advice – “I talked to him about a strategy. I recommended he stay back in the pack, you know, hang back there until the right time, and then bolt to the front when it really counts,” Santorum said. “I’m hoping that for the first, you know, maybe 300, 400 miles, he’s sitting way, way back, letting all the other folks crash and burn, and then sneak up at the end and win this thing.”
Pic H/T ABC
Rick Santorum defended comments he made last year in which he was critical of President John F. Kennedy’s speech on religion’s place in politics. Santorum said “Earlier in my political career I had opportunity to read the speech, and I almost threw up.” He was specifically talking about this line in JFK’s speech – …
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