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February 22, 2021

'NOTHING CAN GO WRONG...'

Watch Guests on a British Comedy Show Sing a Song About Oregon’s Exploding Whale

(Thanks to Asher Scheiner)

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The British tune is better, so it needs to lead off the soundtrack album. The banjo song could use a song fixer's attention to some lines, but I do like all the extra detail it has. Both are worthy.

Next, we should have a stage play musical much like Monty Python's Spamalot. There should be no problem coming up with a new dead whale to explode for a moving ending.

Funny, I was thinking about sending that clip to the Blog, because the words-and-numbers game 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown that it comes from is one of my very favorite TV series. Here's one of its most popular moments for those who haven't seen it, or just for anyone who's a fan of word games.

Whale, whale whale! Funny, I was thinking of sending that clip to the Blog, because the really funny words-and-numbers game 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown that it comes from is one of my very favorite TV series. Here's one of its most famous moments for those who haven't seen it, or just for anyone who's a fan of word games.

Seems like a fairly haughty attitude for people who think french fries are chips and cookies are biscuits (althogh if their cookie recipes were better they wouldn't call them Russian tea cookies).

Is this from Paul's new album ?

Paul is dead.

Turn me on dead man.

For the record, in the fall of 1969 my English teacher, a self proclaimed witch, brought in a record player and the class played the album backward to listen, or prove, Paul was dead. The class, at her instruction, then sat around a table, put or hands on top of the table and moved it around the room without lifting the table at all. I mentioned this before, but let I want to remind everyone again, my best friend had sex with the English teacher's daughter. I reminded him her mother was 'weird'. He remained unnerved and didn't seem concerned AT ALL.

My Dad was a civil engineer in Oregon, working for the city of Portland Water Bureau. Retired in 1982, things he designed are still providing safe water to a large metropolitan area.

According to him, The Whale was not the biggest blubber, err, blunder by the Oregon Department of Transportation.

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