Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Not the Pink Floyd song


















"Hey Chief, can't you give me something for these mind-numbing echoes?"
"What do you suggest, Randal?"
"Stop with the gospelizing, for starters. It's really fucking annoying and not very statesmanly."

But hot damn, look at those pearly whites. Pepsodent really works!

15 comments:

Colleen said...

Is this one of dem dare new fangled church-like groups? Golly jo Ma, go git me a nice right beer. It's time fer us to do some celebratin'.

b said...

Where do you get these gems?! What's with the "Chief" by the way? This guy is no chief! Your name is Jim Boy, goddamnit and you sing gospel "echoes." Don't you forget it.

And another thing... where the fuck is the quartet? I see two homely bitches that are probably your sisters but no quartet of statesmen! Quartet equals four, you inbreds!

*Wow...my apologies. I'm fired up tonight. :)

FranIAm said...

Oh I love it when "Chief" shows up...

Randal, I knew that when I first started reading this blog that you were the kind of man who would gain me entre into the words seen at the upper right of the "LP"(quaint!)...

The world of Gospel!

Can I get an Amen up in here?!

Randal Graves said...

Colleen, you know, if there's one thing I've found to be true, it is the difficulty of translating hillbilly-speak into English. Next time I have to, I'm going to enlist your services.

b, if I told you, I'd have to kill you. Although given your obvious venom, you might kill me first!

Fran, no one, and I mean no one wants to spread the word of the Lord in such a disturbing way as I.

Ay-MEN!

pissed off patricia said...

Looks to me like we are one homely person short of a quartet.

I would pay not to hear that record and I'm talking big bucks here.

Mary Ellen said...

Are you sure those aren't guys dressed in drag on the record cover? Scary...They even have "man hands".

Randal Graves said...

POP, you are not hearing it now. I will set up a PayPal account immediately!

ME, holy hell, you're right. If you blow it up and look at the chick on our right, it's Tim Curry getting early practice for his role as Frank-N-Furter!

Colleen said...

Randal, I knew I wanted to be a translator. *sarcasm*

And speaking of translating, I gizoogled(english to snoop-dog machine translation) your blog. And I quote:
"I cizzan't wait fo` tha start of thisinvestizzle tizzy wizzle surely prove ta be even mizzy successful tizzle all tha previous investizzles that have stopped such government-sponsored devilry cold in its frozen-hearted tracks so i can get mah pimp on. "

Word.

Tom Hilton said...

Gospel Echoes : real gospel as Pat Boone : Little Richard.

Randal Graves said...

Colleen, you have no idea how truly comical that is, given how utterly whitebread I am. Hell, the last two things I just listened to at work were Bach and Zeppelin. So u best be steppin' fo' I pop a cap in yo ass, 'aight? I hope I did that right.

Tom, the funniest Pat Boone moment I can remember was when, after his heavy metal covers album came out, he was on TBN trying to convince the lady with the huge purple hair and the other guy that he was still a good Christian.

Colleen said...

Randal, I know what you mean indeed, I do this purely for comic relief and I think the word 'pimp' is funny.

dguzman said...

Oh hold it, the group is the "gospel echoes" (is there an original gospel voice shouting somewhere, and we're just hearing this faint echo?), and they're singing the songs of this "Chief" guy. That's why there's only three people.

Three very ugly, scary, inbred-looking people. With man-hands.

I dig that Tim Curry Chic is playing th electric guitar, though. Take that, you buck-tooth varmint in the back! She's wired for sound while you're back there pickin' your Tennesee flat-top box!

Candace said...

Accordian music! Swoon....

(My Southern Mama use ta say that nice girls don't wear red. Jes lookit them two hussies with that there devil pimp grinnin like the fox in the hen house!)

Freida Bee said...

I am hurt that you would mock my mothers and father, Randal on their spin-off debut album after their stint with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

Randal Graves said...

Collen, it'll never replace 'fuck' as the most versatile word in the English language, but I'm hearing it used more and more. It's not Anglo-Saxon-y enough.

dguzman, that chick rocks. Where do you think The Runaways and The Donnas all got their sound. Raw Power.

Candace, heh, devil pimp. We must push the everyday integration of that phrase into the vernacular!

Freida Bee, wait. Are you a plant for the Romney campaign? Do they sing in English or in an untranslated Egyptian dialect?