Friday, June 20, 2008

Meet America's newest anti-terrorism unit!

Personally, I think the grotesque combination of Satan's lieutenants and the army of spineless jellyfish currently sliming their collective way through the halls of Congress wasted precious time crafting an un-American bill like this one when such a crack squad at our nation's disposal is blessed with sartorial powers that could goad even the most fervent jihadist into letting his guard down through uncontrollable fits of laughter.

I really have to stop linking the real world with these comical album covers because all I end up doing is creating ulcers and the strong desire to drink heavily both before and after throwing heavy objects against my monitor.

Does anybody remember laughter?


American Hill BIlly said...

Senor Graves,

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Peace and Freedom

Dr. Zaius said...

Speaker Pelosi went from this to this [ 2, 3 ]. Crap.

Dean Wormer said...

Does anybody remember laughter?

Vaguely. Did you see the Patrick Stewart version of "A Christmas Carol?"

When he wakes on Christmas morning he does this odd laugh that begins as choking. As if he hasn't laughed in years, perhaps decades.

That's how laughing in the era of dem caves on FISA comes out.

susan said...

I remember! hahahahahaha! Like that?
or like this:

Countin' flowers on the wall
That don't bother me at all
Playin' solitaire till dawn with a deck of fifty-one
Smokin' cigarettes and watchin' Captain Kangaroo
Now don't tell me I've nothin' left to do

Now them's what I call great lyrics.

Anonymous said...

I remembered laughter as soon as I saw those suits!

Mary Ellen said...

It's kind of hard to tell the Republicans from the Democrats without a scorecard anymore.

C'mon over to my place, Randal and I'll give you some weed that will have you smiling in no time! That's the only way to get through this stuff. And quit talking politics on this blog! I want poetry! I want music video's! I want naked men! Get with the program.


Tom Harper said...

The Statler Brothers, LOL. I think they actually had a lot of albums; all I ever knew was "Counting Flowers on the Wall." Shit, now that stupid tune is gonna be running through my head for the next few hours.

Hey, the government is just spying on us for our own good. I think it's nice of them to care. You don't have anything to hide, do you :)

DivaJood said...

Now those are some outfits. I actually laughed when I opened your blog and sprayed ice tea all over the monitor.

Utah Savage said...

I'm offering weed, too. all the olderish women offer the solace of weed. Interesting bit, that.

Maybe not the laughter so much any more. I have substituted Tourettes for laughter these days. I watch the news and spew obscenities at the obscenities we've committed. We or our elected representatives. WTF!

Je ne regrette rien said...

(U.S. - Kill your TV, its lovely!)

"The Country America Loves" terrorist propaganda, if you play the album backward on 45 ... you'll hear the cries to Allah attempting to brainwash America to love the evil *insert your own country you love to hate here*empire ... did you note the beards? 2 down, 2 to go. this blog is the anti-christ. thank god.

Mary Ellen said...


I'm offering weed, too. all the olderish women offer the solace of weed. Interesting bit, that

Maybe because olderish women like to garden? As long as we're out their planting tomatoes and beans, we might as well pop in a few marijuana plants in between, eh? It's good for the environment....and it's a fun thing to do with your family and friends!

okjimm said...

Gees,'re not gonna roll me a number? Pffffft White Sux manners! ;)

okjimm said...

....I'm kinda getting to like those suits....the more I look at 'em the more I just wanna run out to Wal-mart.

Mary Ellen said...

okjimm- You weren't around to offer! And hey, when was the last time I got an e-mail from you, buster? What's the deal, I'm not your favorite flying nun anymore? I'm hurt...I need some weed. Want some? ...Weed, I mean. ;-)

Randal Graves said...

AHB, and pass up the chance for a lefty Red Dawn?

dr. zaius, I don't know what the hell she's smoking. Everyone knows Hoyer and the like are cowering lunatics. I need another drink. While laughing!

dean, ah, I remember that. Perhaps we should all start practicing.

susan, mind you, I don't actually listen to the Statler Bros, but I have heard that song. I suddenly do not want to laugh.

dcup, it doesn't get more suave than the red, white and blue.

ME, weed you say? And hey, I don't have enough mediocre poems to post that shit every day and I can't post snippets of my story because I'm gonna sell a million copies of it, I am!

tom, oh man, I'm sorry about that. I never want to inflict Statler Bros. on anyone. Well, Republicans, but they probably like it anyway.
Here, have some Anthrax! Oh wait, you already did.

Hide? My life is an open book. Bible study, missionary position for the purposes of procreation and no alcohol!

diva, please don't send me a bill! I'll post something far more boring next time.

utah, what is it with you old chicks? ME and I are coming over and we'll all get baked.

JNNR, Satan doesn't live in the grooves of Ozzy, but country music. That's what I've been saying for years! If this blog is the anti-Christ, someone fucked up. Isn't that dude supposed to be charismatic, handsome and rich? I'm an oh-fer.

ME, the garden of earthly delights, huh.

okjimm, maybe they can start having their greeters sporting such duds, and make the soul-sucking experience of shopping at a Wal-Mart even worse!

ME, you're sharing? Weed I mean, of course. Hey, don't make me drunk blog!

Anonymous said...

I remember laughter.

It was lavender-ish, I think...


NWJR said...

I have that on cassette somewhere. That album ROCKS!