Rollin' Like Sisyphus

Good Music Friday

Posted in Good Music Friday by Huckleberry on February 27, 2015

Hey, what do you know, it’s Friday again.
And maybe I’ll even get to stay home this time.
That’d be something.
It’s supposed to rain again, just in time for the weekend, so I guess Cabin Fever it is.
Not much else going on ‘round here.
Out there, sure, plenty.
It’s almost cliché at this point that when the government commits something it really knows has crossed a line, we get besieged by stupid distractions to try and drown everything out. For example, the government turned the clock back to 1877 for the Internet, basically establishing the charter for Ma Bell’s answer broadband communications, but that very same Internet that got fucked royally couldn’t be bothered by anything else but a llama chase and the subtle wackiness inherent in the color correction process for publishing images.
At the same time three people who no one voted for voted to establish all broadband communication as a publicly regulated utility with something called The General Conduct policy, idiots on the Internet were gibbering away about escaped novelty livestock and the color combo on a goddamn dress with all the seriousness and intensity of Plessey v Fergusson. I’m not going to say this is why we’re doomed, because it’s not, but it is one of many symptoms of the reason why we’re doomed, and the members of the FCC knew that, saw their opening and took their shot.
So I’m going to have a few beers, a few bourbons, and hopefully not wake up for a good long while.
Get ‘em in.

Gun Chalk

They say you can’t fight City Hall, but some day, sooner than most people would imagine, that isn’t going to be true anymore. So they’re going to make rounds harder to come by, as if no one in the past century has had the bright idea to try to ban bullets instead of guns.
Anyway, enjoy some fine ballistics work:


Song Selection

Highly Illogical
Two Sides of Leonard Nimoy
Leonard Nimoy
Dot Records | 1968


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  1. El Borak said, on February 27, 2015 at 17:56

    The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins was the obvious choice. Props for not going there. Then again, maybe I miss those old cartoons a little too much.

    • Huckleberry said, on February 28, 2015 at 06:20

      Yes, I did consider that song, but ultimately I decided that it simply jarred me too much at a skeletal level. Like sonic arthritis.


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