Trying to get up to take a shower but Jorma doesn’t want me to. Guess I’ll stay on the couch and watch some more episodes of American Pickers. (at Whisker City)
This is pretty funny (and totally accurate), but if you look closely it’s fairly obvious that the “the 2010 remake” wording is photoshopped in. I hope people don’t believe this is real.
He’s not physically… gifted.
I’ve never seen this show, but I think I need to just based on Joe LoTruglio’s pratfalls.
The Big Sleep “Ace”
This song is SO good. Especially when played really loud. These guys are about due for a new record. And I sure hope it’s as rad as Nature Experiments.
Take the high road
Stay out of the sinkhole
Come thundering through
Don’t let them get you
No one’s gonna tell me what’s the right way
I see the signposts
I don’t like what they say
Fun fact, when Dave Blood and Joe Jack Talcum first started wring songs together, they considered naming their band Husker Du or The Husker Dus before settling on The Dead Milkmen.
my go-to metaphor for “i like this and this, but not this-and-this” is that i like sushi, and chocolate cake, but i don’t want chocolate cake sushi.
this link will take you to an article involving an equally “nope” pairing.
Happy anniversary to one of my favorite (and one of the most underrated) comedies of all-time. Drop Dead Gorgeous was released in theatres on this day in 1999.
Here is the first side of the Town Managers’ self titled EP on Shredder Records.
This side contains the following hit songs:
13 Lucky Days
Polka-dot Bandana Nightmare
The Town Managers were one of Joe Jack Talcum's post- Dead Milkmen bands. The 2 songs here were the first 2 songs from their self-titled EP (which was released as a 7” in the late 90s). Both songs are rad, as is this whole EP. The second song, “Polka-dot Bandana Nightmare” is my favorite Town Managers’ song, and one of my favorite Joe songs of all time. I used to play the shit out of this on the radio back in college.
My purple socks say “fuck you” on the side of them.