Thursday, October 7, 2010

Musical Interlude

I don't know. Just felt right. William Shatner's rendition of Pulp's "Common People"...


  1. A Hollyweird elitist Limo-Liberal singing about common people?

    Absurd indeed.

  2. Isn't it beautifully absurd? Kinda catchy, too.

    You and your darn labels.

  3. Yeah...
    It really sucks (for you) when the labels are so accurate that you can't even attempt to rationally refute them and can only resort to childishly mocking them.


  4. Personally, I'm much more fond of this tune (my all time favorite).

    The song is preceded by an extremely relevant quote from Ronald Reagan.

  5. Nope - I take people (and dogs) one at a time. Seems the only rational thing to do.

    I can't rationally refute the way you view the world as it is, to me, incredibly irrational.

    Now, I can't play with you anymore, going to watch some playoff baseball. Why don't you stop obsessing about my blog and do the same, ya commie bastard.

  6. Ok, I checked out your video before going to watch America's pastime, and I just had to thank you because I haven't belly-laughed that hard in a long time. I recommend all my readers please check out SBVOR's link/video.

    You're the best. Go Yanks!

  7. "I take people (and dogs) one at a time."

    So do I. And, that is exactly what I did in offering my assessment of ONE individual -- William Shatner.

    P.S.) Baseball is boring.

  8. AJ (October 7, 2010 4:05 PM),

    You just keep on laughing. We'll all be crying soon enough (because of people like you).