7 November 2005
Tales from the dung eon
Andrea Harris asks:
Has there ever been a generation in the history of the earth more full of preening regard for the wonderful beings that composed it than the Baby Boomers?
- Hell, no.
- No es posible, Señora.
- All of the above.
No penalty for guessing.
Posted at 7:36 AM to Almost Yogurt
I'll take "D" for $200, Alex.
Fleetwood Mac is the most offensive band that ever played a note. I've got to agree with that. Stevie Nicks self-pitying diva stance makes me puke.
However, "Magic Carpet Ride" doesn't hold a candle to "Born to Be Wild" when it comes to disgusting songs. "Born to Be Wild" is the favorite of the over 50 biker crowd. When I used to play the biker bars, I was required to play it six times a night.
Unfortunately, the pot bellied, gray haired bikers are about as wild as a group of old lady Methodists. If they are so adventurous, why hasn't the song list had a new addition in 30 years?
And unbelievably, Tony Snow AND Laura Ingraham are both reading the Amex commercials that suck up to them!
The commercials that are so obviously false that only the credulous baby-boomers could be fooled by their fawning obsequiousness.