Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Primal scream therapy, or, groundhog day

I figure if a picture's a thousand, a tune's gotta be at least a gajillion. [ed. note: RIP John Lord]

Or I can simply spend the day clicking on this.

12 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Our forest is burning, all right.

82 frickin' degrees before 9:30 A.M.
~

Prunella Vulgaris said...

5 more days til catharsis, homie.

SOUTHOFHEAVEN SOUTHOFHEAVEN SOUTHOFHEAVEN

Randal Graves said...

if, fuck summer, that most awful of seasons. And don't anyone bring up climate change shit, summer still sucks.

duchess, yeah, it should be generally enjoyable.

Karl Franz Ochstradt said...

The loudest screams come from owners of McMansions built adjacent to fire-prone forests! Too bad the yupsters can't carry a tune!

http://www.inciweb.org/

It's okay though, Smokey the Bear can sing along with any scream, tuneful or not!

Demeur said...

Randal if I wanted to hear "that" I'd just drop an anvil on my foot. Sans the melody of course.

Randal Graves said...

karl of the österreich, not my fault they didn't build their houses on chicken legs à la Baba Yaga's hut like I told 'em to.

demeur, if you're scared by Deep Purple, then you must be a time traveler from pre-Norman England.

Tom Harper said...

That sucks about Jon Lord. I just found out when I came over here. I guess you're the go-to guy for news of dead rock stars.

Now I'll have to click on the link and rock out to some Deep Purple.

susan said...

I think anybody who wants to live in those forests should have to do so in a teepee.

S.W. Anderson said...

Oh, quitcherbellyaching, Randal. All too soon you'll have eternity to enjoy cold, dark, dreary and depressing, regardless of the season. Like the guy sang . . .

Kodachrome gives you nice, bright colors,
Gives you the greens of summer...
Makes you think all the world's a summer day...

. . . And that's a good thing. :)

S.W. Anderson said...

Demeur, don't feel the least bit bad. Some of those Olde Englanders played a wild recorder, with other cats doing rhythm on plectrum and dulcimer in the background.

Beach Bum said...

Given my feelings about McMansions and suburbs in general, I agree with what Karl Franz Ochstradt said.

Randal Graves said...

tom, the reaper's unstoppable, but In Rock will last until the earth suffers red giantism.

susan, that's just silly. Where would they park the Hummer?

Hippie, when I'm dead, I won't be doing much of anything, and attempting to curry favor with Paul Simon only earns both scorn and guffawing.

For the record, this post isn't even about summer. You all are way too literal.

BB, McMansions don't even come with fries, how silly is that.