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June 27, 2008

IT'S FRIDAY

...so if you're in a place where you can crank the volume a little, you should take a few minutes and watch this.

We realize it's old, but it's not old to this blog. Nothing is old to this blog.

(Thanks to Ilene Waterstone)

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Now that was funny. I don't get the birthday thing but otherwise, hilarious.

OMG, that may be old, but I'm still on the floor laughing while .....

I intermittently try to reach ....

the keyboard to type this.

Great! Reminds me of Belushi in 'Lemmings' . . . (any other geezers remember that?)

I'll have what he's having.

*raises hand*

Saw Lemmings and National Lampoon Show in the Village - Belushi was great, also Gilda and others.

I HAD what he had.

Best part of Lemmings: When the sniper takes out Richie Havens.

And Joan Baez doing "Pull the trigger, n!gger, we're with you all the way."

i'm not that old but that was the funniest thing i've seen in dog years. thank goodness i'm the only one in the office. that needs a big ole snork warning.

Thanks, man. I needed that.

ROFSnorkingMAO!

OMGWTFBBQ?? I am ROLLING HERE!!! I had to explain to my co-worker why I was in hysterics. That is priceless. I am sharing that one. (Thanks, Ilene!)

(Rats!!!! ANOTHER computer I have to replace after spewing coffee all over this one!)

btw, Dave, the headline on your next post would be equally relevant here... jus' sayin'

i havent laughed that hard in a while

man, milk doesnt smell too good once its come out your nose

Only a few seats left on the geezer bus, so no pushing or shoving please. For today's ride to the past we will feature on our black and white tv:

Sandy Becker (the best of "Hambone")
Chuck McCann
Soupy Sales
Claude Kirschner
Winchell Mahoney
Zacherly

"I'm not that old."

*snorks at crossgirl's comment*

I laughed till I cried. Drugs CAN be funny!

I can't believe he stayed on his feet for the whole thing. (I'm kinda dizzy, myself.)

" . . . we're wondering if drugs may have been involved."

Oooops! Sorry; that was the story immediately above.

I thought that's how Cocker sang - withOUT drugs too.

I AM that old, and after the drugs wore off I often wondered what he was saying. Now it all makes sense.

ROTFLWTIME
* With Tears In My Eyes

I've not seen this one before. Thanks for posting (again), Dave.

Bwahahahahahahahhahahahahaahh....
*wheezing inhalation*
Bwahahahahahahahahaha!!

LMAO I just sent this video to my daughters and some friends and played it here 3 times for my sister, my nephew and another co-worker. Everyone is ON THE FLOOR! and I keep laughing each time!

Reminds a little bit of "Fart in the Duck."
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8568936002174757197&q=fart+in+the+duck&ei=5ixlSK7_D4z84ALlvPHaAw&hl=en

Somebody's dad is wavin' right there

Too too funny.

True story: Watching Saturday Night Live in college in the basement of my frat house, Joe Cocker is singing. One of my hipness-impaired frat bro's walks in, watches Cocker flailing about, and asks in all seriousness:

"So, what's he got?"
*pause*
"Whaddaya mean?"
"I mean, does he have muscular dystrophy, or epilepsy, or what?"

We tried to convince him that Cocker acted that way on purpose, only to realize we weren't all that certain of that ourselves.

(Buzzkill note: as I'm writing this a stupid hotel commercial with a happy-happy-pseudo-techno version of this song is playing and TOTALLY ruining my mood.)

True story: Watching Saturday Night Live in college in the basement of my frat house, Joe Cocker is singing. One of my hipness-impaired frat bro's walks in, watches Cocker flailing about, and asks in all seriousness:

"So, what's he got?"
*pause*
"Whaddaya mean?"
"I mean, does he have muscular dystrophy, or epilepsy, or what?"

We tried to convince him that Cocker acted that way on purpose, only to realize we weren't all that certain of that ourselves.

(Buzzkill note: as I'm writing this a stupid hotel commercial with a happy-happy-pseudo-techno version of this song is playing and TOTALLY ruining my mood.)

padraig is watching reruns.

*just put on The Best of Joe Cocker CD - waiting for the geezer bus*

Great song, cute vid.

Ok, well, my 14-year-old was mildly amused with the video.

"Have you ever heard of Woodstock?"

"Yeah. From Peanuts, right?"

It kind of went downhill from there. (She liked Fred and Wilma, though. And the waving dad. And Jesus.)

Sorry Cat, it was a short-term memory thing.

Sorry Cat, it was a short-term memory thing.

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