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Yes, it's time for Friday silliness

Posted Friday, September 21, 2007, at 8:21 AM

Trying to find some clean silliness, which is becoming more difficult each week. I'll find something good, only to discover something objectionable elsewhere on the page.

Let's get this out of the way first...

And the winners are...

Bob Dylan sends a dire warning... And you can send one too...

This may bring back memories for some of you. I'm trying to put dates to these. And when was the last time that we even saw the word "sugar" on a cereal box?

An old school kung-fu favorite of mine was "Crippled Masters." Someone must have been taking classes from them.

Where are these icons now?

This is not about the Talking Heads album from the early 1980's.

Are you paranoid yet?

And now, let's hear some forceful blues.

The phrase is 30 years old today!


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OK..it's fixed. Note to self: Don't write html code at 6 in the morning...

-- Posted by Brian Mosely on Fri, Sep 21, 2007, at 9:28 AM

ROFL! That "forceful blues" was the funniest SW parody I've seen yet!

Psst, Brian, could I get you to check the "Phrase"... the last link you posted? It didn't seem to be clickable for me. Thanks! Keep the funnies comin'!

-- Posted by craftin_mom on Fri, Sep 21, 2007, at 9:13 AM


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