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How About A Little Breather…

23 April 2011 @ 17:30

We all need a little breather. And, hey, it’s Saturday Night and the lumpwort lickspittles of the Leftist god and the nibbling nitwit nimrods of our natural rights are off doing whatever it is pathetic pusillanimous parasites do in their sorry-arse slime-ridden social lives, so let’s kick back and relax a bit…

-It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these and, actually, I wasn’t planning on doing one this weekend, but, heck, it’s been another one of those weeks were the political intensity has been turned up by the Left to eleven, so I’m figuring we could all use a little time away from the front in this here War Of Restoration.

-Now, for me, when I want to get away from the hustle and bustle for a few minutes, I always head on over to The Amusing Bunni.  You can always be assured that Bunni will have up something to calm the nerves, give you a chuckle, and ease your worried mind.  Her latest combines some of her usual balm mixture with some Herman Cain and he’s always guaranteed to uplift a patriot’s soul.  I can haz Bunni?

-Now Bunni features lovely little video clips of kitties, dogs, squirrels, rabbits, tigers and lions, but only Paco showcases poultry and this week he and Louis Jorden pass along the word that This Chick’s Too Young To Fry.

-Pundette thinks that’s ‘S Wonderful.  Well, she’s pretty okay herself.

-One thing we have in abundance that the Left is bereft of is heart — we’ve got miles and miles of it.  Hell, even our robots have Heart.

-Our good Friend In The Ether [message to law enforcement: but not close], Donald ‘Restraining Order’ Douglas has been allowed into Vegas again [they do remove people from the Black Book now and again, don’t you know] and he psyched himself for the trip by wandering around his classroom in his bejewelled professor’s robe [with no pants] singing Viva Las Vegas.  After you recover from that experience, do check out this posting of pictures straight from the streets of Crapsville, and — where else — The MGM Grand.

-Over at Pixie Place, KC confesses to a notorious past of ‘hot pants and big bells, and my skirts up to here’ [wish I had been in Minnesota in 1973] and, most awful of all, watching Midnight Special.  It seems the young KC was prone to Bang A Gong, Hold Your Head Up high, all while Reeling In The Years.

-Friend In The Ether From A Land Downunder, Gregory No 6 has breaking news on a complication in the Kate And William Wedding™.  I don’t fully understand it all, not being a beta male, but it involves hairy people and folks with unusual dental work.  In other news sponsored by Vegemite™, GN6 saved all of us a lot of time by viewing the remake of The Prisoner and letting us know it is UNWATCHABLE.  I had high hopes for it, thinking it would it could be adapted to comment nicely on these world-turned-upside-down times, but what do I know: I was UNMUTUAL before UNMUTUAL was cool.  At least Gregory balanced the bad news with a couple of pics of the Rule 5-Class gals that appear in the series.

-Speaking of Rule 5 Gals [and I always do]: the Missus and I have been watching the new STARZ series Camelot and enjoying it’s take on the legend of Arthur [except for the Beta Male who plays Arthur].  One thing I especially enjoy is the lovely ladies that inhabit old Albion.  One of those is an incredible beauty with the interesting name of Tamsin Egerton:

She plays Guinevere and, let me tell you, I’d be her champion any day.

-Smitty reminds us of the wisdom of the late, great Ronnie James Dio: If you listen to fools, The Mob Rules.

-Now, That Mr. G Guy knows the dangers of democracy, so he’s been hoarding the denarii.  In fact, he’s got a four pack o’dollars.

-The Reaganite Republican gets a lot of requests for his TGIF Rock-N-Roll Oldies feature, but he wants you to understand that he can’t satisfy them all and still keep blogging about politics and the culture.  However, RR wants you to know I Hear You Knockin’  [that one was a stretch, eh?].

-I just feel like rockin’ out a bit and, hey, I’m white, so it’s fitting I play some Cracker:

-I ain’t slowing down…

  1. 23 April 2011 @ 18:28 18:28

    Thanks for the mention, Bob. I don’t know how familiar your readers are with British comedies but Patrick Cargill – the vile Number Two who gets his in that clip – is best known in Australia for a series called Father Dear Father. His character in that show was the polar opposite of Two.

  2. 23 April 2011 @ 18:40 18:40

    Once again you lead by example, Bob. You’re a class act, all the way.

    Here’s wishing you and yours a Happy Easter, my friend.

  3. 23 April 2011 @ 19:59 19:59

    Hey Bob, great set of links. Thanks for including me.


  4. 23 April 2011 @ 21:58 21:58

    To clarify, Bob…Montana in ’73, Minnesota in ’74. One day I’ll post a picture, if I can find any from that era. Thank you for the mention here, I do appreciate it!

  5. bobbelvedere permalink*
    24 April 2011 @ 20:19 20:19

    GN6: I saw a few episodes of that show when one of the local PBS Stations used to have it on. He was a rather talented fellow.

    MNR: Thanks ‘Bot. Back at you and yours.

    Mike: You’re quite welcome.

    KC: Will the pic be NSFW?

  6. 25 April 2011 @ 08:12 08:12

    I know it isn’t rock-n-roll per se but you missed a decent Hayseed Dixie posting from yours truly. It’s weird sure but have you expected anything less from moi?

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      25 April 2011 @ 16:25 16:25

      Red: I saw the post this morning and plan to check it out. I feature all kinds of music – I just that kind of guy.

  7. 25 April 2011 @ 17:20 17:20

    Bob, this was a great breather, thanks for including me!
    I hope you had a Happy Easter weekend & Monday.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      25 April 2011 @ 17:25 17:25

      Bunni: It wouldn’t be the same without you. I had a very nice Easter – thank you. I hope you and your furry friends had a good time.


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