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November 27, 2010


Swede broadcasts music from his stomach

(Thanks to catmanmax)


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Not to brag, but I can make music from several different parts of my digestive tract. Thanksgiving afternoon I had a full blown concert going on.

Hits from the passed.

I'm suprised there wasn't some Abba...In Ma Belly.

Finally I understand the term sub-woofer.

Just one question...why?

Jeff, just another reason why we love guys. If it's stupid unique enough, it'll get done!

Gloria Gainor's "I will survive" might have been appropriate in the beginning, but 1/2 hour of that and The Animals' "We Got To Get Out Of This Place" would have been the proper programming call.

Followed by "Long and Winding Road", OC ;)

hahaha, how about Nirvana's “Smells Like Teen Spirit?”

What Jeff said.

If one of these capsules shows up, used, on E-Bay, I think I'll pass.....

I'm surprised no one's suggested "Yummy Yummy Yummy, I've Got Tunes in My Tummy"...

There is a commercial on now that plays the song Steve Haller is talking about. I still don't like it.

It's a fad.
It'll pass.

Is there any speculation on the gentleman's marital status, or is it pretty much a given he's single?

*makes note to not visit Wingnut's house after a large meal*

Antacid rock.

Amazingly, on his vids he says "I am not mad".

I dare you to watch them both here...

Maybe we'll hear Pachelbel's Colon in about a day.

Shall I play for you, pa rum pum pum pum,
From my diverticulum?

Tonight's program will feature a special mix of the classical and the modern:

A medley of Beethoven's early movements
Copeland's "Fanfare For The Colon Man"
Handel's "Messi-ahhhh!", plus:

A special guest performance of Mozart's "A Little Night Music" by Wingnut

Perhaps we could get John A. Wilfahrt, aka "Whoopie John" to play polka music with his?

I couldn't make this one up if I tried: Whoopie John

(OK, the website spells his nickname as "Whoopee", but hey, I honestly grew up listening to this guy's music, and writing "I like Whoopee" would have gotten me tossed out of grade school)

And yah, my parents were from Minnesota, you betcha! To this very day, I can sing along with Polka Palace on the radio....

Thank you For The post.

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